‘Rhiannon’ is an upright growing shrub with dark glossy foliage and large mauve/pink flowers. It grows to approximately 2m tall and 1m across. Flowering occurs in late spring and lasts for about four weeks.
|Origin:||Developed in a Breeding Programme from a cross between Leptospermum rotundifolium and Leptospermum spectabile.|
|Uses:||Suited for planting in native gardens and mixed shrubberies. Ideal for use as a cut flower. The flowers last well when stems are cut as the buds are just beginning to open.|
|Fauna:||Attracts a wide range of nectar feeding insects when in flower.|
|Maintenance:||Prune after flowering to promote dense growth and more flowers.|
|See also different:||Leptospermum Selection|