Chamelaucium or Geraldton wax
Chamelaucium, Waxflowers, Geralton Wax or ‘Wax Plants’ are used both as a drought tolerant garden plant as well as a very popular cut flower.
A native shrub growing to 2m, in the home garden they are often kept pruned to form a shaped bush.
A well drained soil and a sunny position will suit best. The flowers are used as cut flowers, and in fact they are Australia’s leading commercial wildflower.
Grafted varieties of Chamelaucium or Geraldton wax are more resistant to disease. Cultivars such as Chamelaucium ‘Sarah’s Delight’, pictured’ have improved flowers and better growth habit.
Chamelaucium or Geraldton wax Varieties
- Chamelaucium axillara – Tall growing to 1,5m flowers open white and turn to a red.
- Chamelaucium ciliatum – Smaller growing to under 1m with pink and white flowers.
- Chamelaucium uncinatum – Flowers from white to pink and purple C.uncinatum alba has very attractive pure white flowers and grows to around 2m in height
WHOLESALE CHAMAELAUCIUM or WAXFLOWER NURSERIES
1870 South Gippsland Hwy Cranbourne Vic 3977 - email:email@example.com
Growers of a wide range of native & exotic trees, shrubs, ground covers and climbers in 14cm pots Promotional & PBR Lines and garden hardy favourites. Supplying all states. www.faceysnursery.com.au
4 GRACE CRT SUNSHINE VIC 3020
phone: 039312 2121 fax: 03 9312 0765
Specialising in the marketing ( potplants and cut flowers) of new hybrid varieties of Waxflower/Chamaelaucium.Varieties include My sweet 16,Dancing Queen,Chantilly Lace,Raspberry ripple and No 8
AUSTRALIS PLANTS (Grevillea Nursery)
7 De Gruchy Court Highfields QLD 4352
PH 0746968792 fax: 0746968712
Specialising in grafted grevilleas, subtropical hybrid grevillea tubestock and waxflower. Supplying nurseries Australia wide and overseas.