A hardy, upright shrub growing to approx. 1 metre tall & 75cm across. It has large leathery leaves that stand out from the stems and is covered with upright bunches of purple pea-shaped flowers in spring.
|Origin:||Selected from a programme trailing Hardenbergia clones.|
|Uses:||Planted in open areas, it forms a small rounded shrub.|
|Fauna:||Attracts native insects and birds|
|Maintenance:||Can be trimmed as required to keep in shape or cut back hard to rejuvenate. Fertilize with a low phosphorus fertilizer after flowering.|
|Legal Protection:||Plant Breeders' Rights 4029|
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