Chamelaucium uncinatum - CHA CHA - Geraldton Wax 'Cha Cha' PBR

SKU: 9336490044097

Size: 175 mm
Sale price$24.00

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The "Cha Cha" cultivar of Geraldton Wax (Chamelaucium) is renowned for its striking red buds that unfurl into light pink blossoms. Native to Western Australia, this medium-sized shrub flowers a bit later than others, showcasing its stunning display from Makuru to Djilba (winter to early spring). Whether planted as a standout feature or grouped in a mixed border, its blooms are a delightful addition to any garden space.

When planting "Cha Cha" in the ground, consider enhancing poor, sandy soils with a dedicated soil conditioner to support its vibrant blossoming. This Geraldton Wax thrives in full sun and benefits from consistent watering, especially during the flowering period. To boost its floral display, fertilise in Djilba (early spring) and Djeran (autumn) with a balanced garden fertiliser.

Botanical Name Chamelaucium uncinatum x hybrida
Common Name  Geraldton Wax, Waxflower
Cultivar Cha Cha
PBR Name Cha Cha
Origin Western Australia
Foliage Evergreen
Height 2 M
Width 1.5 M
Light Full sun
Soil Performs best in well-drained, sandy soil enriched with soil conditioner at the time of planting.
Water Requirement Water deeply through warm weather in its first year to encourage deep roots. Drought-hardy once established. May need extra water during heat waves.
Lifespan Perennial
Flower Colour Red buds opening to pink flowers
Flower Time Makuru to Djilba (winter to early spring)
Toxicity Not known to be toxic to humans or animals.

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