Well-formed shrub 6-15' (2-5m).Large dark green leaves with erect spikes of white or pink flowers in spring. Moderately snow and frost hardy. Tolerates shade and requires a cool position. An attractive container plant. I have not grown this plant but have seed available.
Biological Name: Anopterus glandulosus
Common Name: Tasmanian Laurel
Flower Color: White
Flower Time: Spring
1 Gallon: not available
2 Gallon: not available
5 Gallon: not available
15 Gallon: not available
Mail Order Plant (online only): not available
Seeds (online only): not available
Propagation Information: The seed requires no special pre-treatment. They should be sown in propagating containers with seed raising mix, 3:1 Perlite:peat and lightly covered. They should be kept moist in an area out of direct sunlight. Drench with a fungicide after sowing to prevent "damping off". Best sowing times are from spring to early autumn.