Dwarf Sheoak Allocasuarina humilis Australian Native | X 70 Seeds
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Common Name: Dwarf Sheoak
Scientific Name: Allocasuarina humilis
Life Cycle: Evergreen
Remarks: Small shrub that can grow to 0.2-2m high. The Dwarf Sheoak has segmented needle like foliage, known as cladodes. The male tree produces orange flowers, and the female tree produces red flowers.
Flowering occurs Winter to Spring.
Endemic to South-West, Western Australia.
When: Spring + Autumn is best but can be sown all year round.
Sowing Depth + Method: Cover lightly with soil, raise seedlings.
Grows in sand, sandy-clay and gravelly soils.
Spacing: 1-2m apart
Position: Full Sun
Days until germination: 10-21 days @ around 23 degrees
Approx Number of Seeds: 70
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