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Commonly known as Daisy bush, New Zealand daisy bush
IN the aster family all have daisy-like flower heads, carried singly or in clusters.
Genus of about 180 species of evergreen shrubs and small trees from a variety of habitats in New Guinea, Australia and New Zealand.
'Zennorensis' and x scilloniensis exist as reminders of holidays in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.
Good to know - x hastii, macrodonta and traversii make good hedges and windbreaks in coastal areas. Most species tolerate hard pruning.
Pests & Diseases - trouble free.
Place of Origin - New Zealand, Australia.
Evergreen - shrubs and small trees.
Full Sun - shelter from cold, dry winds.
Scented flowers - some species.
Scented foliage - some species.
fertile well drained soil