Westringia ‘Poorinda Pavane’
Westringia ‘Poorinda Pavane’ is a spreading shrub that reaches a height of 2 m. Leaves are in whorls of four, up to two cm long, mid green above and white-hairy beneath. The flowers are about 1.5 cm across, pale lilac with an orange-dotted white centre. Blooms are both conspicuous and profuse. Peak flowering occurs from September to November. Westringia ‘Poorinda Pavane’ is a hybrid whose parents are Westringia fruticosa and a form of Westringia glabra. This is one of many native hybrids developed by Leo Hodge on his property, 'Poorinda' in Victoria.
265.00 Location D11 Latitude; -38.402488000000 Longitude;146.05614700000