Leptospermum ‘Pageant’ is a low spreading shrub that has a spectacular display in spring. At this time it is covered in a mass of purple flowers. ‘Pageant’ grows to approximately 1 – 1.5m high by 1.5 – 2m across.
|Origin:||Developed in a Breeding Programme from a cross between Leptospermum 'Cardwell' and Leptospermum 'Rhiannon'|
|Uses:||Good for small gardens or large pots. Ideal in a feature spot where the unusual purple colour will make quite a show.|
|Fauna:||Attracts a wide variety of nectar feeding insects when in flowers. These attract native birds and other wildlife.|
|Maintenance:||Trim and fertilize after flowering as required.|
|Legal Protection:||Protected by Plant Breeders Rights. PBR 1887.|
|See also different:||Leptospermum Selection|