A widespread species growing in all states in Australia, except Tasmania. It grows in warm temperate and semi arid areas in sandy soils that are acidic to alkaline. Very hardy shrub for most soils ans situations. Very useful windbreak and screen. In fact the plants are cut and used as fencing material. See photo. The plants are grown commercially in plantations in Australia as cutting plants in the wild is not permitted. They make excellent landscape plants for Californian gardens as they are tolerant of most tough situations; heavy frosts, waterlogging and/or extended dry periods.
Biological Name: Melaleuca uncinata
Common Name: Broom Honey-myrtle
Flower Color: Yellow
Flower Time: Winter-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: Seeds germinate readily, 14-40 days, without pre-treatments. Cover seed lightly after sowing and drench with a fungicide to prevent "damping off".