Westringia ‘Milky Way’
Westringia fruticosa (Milky Way)
A nice compact plant that was found in a home garden in Gawler, South Australia.
Milky Way is a compact form of the Native Rosemary with soft grey-green foliage and pretty flowers borne in the axils. It is a hardy native shrub that is tolerant of most frosts, extended dry periods, salt air, full sun or shade and grows in a wide range of soils.
Westringia’s tolerate most soil types, and generally prefer a full sun position and a medium prune after flowering. Apply regular applications of Seasol & Powerfeed, spring to autumn.
Plant as a background to Correa “Annie’s Delight”.
- Full Sun and Part Shade, tolerates moderate frost.
- Mature size of approx. 75cm x 120cm.
- Soft white flowers almost all of the year.
- Low water requirements.
In-Store Since 1998 & Online Since 2020
75cm Mature Height
120cm Mature Width
Full Sun, Part Shade
Dry Tolerant, Flowering, Frost Tolerant, Native Plant, Shrub (Small Height), Wind Tolerant