Common Name: Geraldton Wax Flower Australian Native
Scientific Name: Chamelaucium Uncinatum
Life Cycle: Perennial
Remarks: An Australian Native that produces large amounts of wax like pink, purple or white flowers. Flowering from late Winter to Summer.
Plant Height: May grow to 2.5 high and 4 meters across
When: Sow all year round in warmer climates, or in a greenhouse in cooler climates.
Sewing Depth + Method: Raise seedlings, transplant when around 10cm.
Seeds have a thick oily skin. To help leach out the oil it is best to sow the seeds in a warm, coarse, quick draining, sandy (or fine gravel) alkaline soil.
A smoke treatment may help increase germination rate https://www.abc.net.au/gardening/factsheets/smoke-your-own/9440844
Position: Full Sun
Days until germination: 30- 60 days
Approx Number of Seeds: 20
Note: Unfortunately we cant ship to WA or NT
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