Chamelaucium - MARSHMALLOW DELIGHT - Geraldton Wax

SKU: 9336490042154

Size: 175 mm
Sale price$24.00

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"Marshmallow Delight", a variant of the Geraldton Wax (Chamelaucium), allures with its delicate flowers that meld soft pink and white hues, reminiscent of fluffy marshmallows. This Western Australian native medium shrub brightens gardens with its blossoms from Makuru to Djilba (winter to early spring), becoming an enchanting focal point.

For optimal growth in ground conditions, it's best to enrich poor, sandy soils with a high-quality soil conditioner. As "Marshmallow Delight" sets its roots, regular watering aids its establishment, but as it matures, its resilience shines, mainly needing hydration during intense heat waves. To maintain its robust health and splendid display, remember to fertilise during Djilba (early spring) and Djeran (autumn).

Botanical Name Chamelaucium uncinatum x megalopetalum
Common Name  Geraldton Wax, Waxflower
Cultivar Marshmallow Delight
PBR Name Marshmallow Delight
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 Mixture of soft pink and white, resembling fluffy marshmallows
Flower Time Makuru to Djilba (winter to early spring)
Toxicity Not known to be toxic to humans or animals.

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