Eutaxia, Plant Profile and Landscaping Uses
Eutaxia are a genus of native plants best known for E. obovata, commonly called the “Eggs & Bacon” bush.
- E. obovata nana is a lower growing varieties
- E. cuneata has orange and red flowers, around 1.5m in height.
- E. diffussa
- E. myrtifolia
- E. parvifolia
Good foliage and long lasting display of flowers. The common name is derived from the bright yellow and orange flowers. Excellent colourful plant for the garden border, or cottage garden. Good low informal hedge along a fence. Can be grown in containers.
- Sunny position in full sun to light shade.
- Well drained soil with some moisture
- Prune lightly after flowering to maintain shape.
- Slow release native plant fertilizer in spring
- Water through first summers, reasonably drought tolerant once established.
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