find my plant - welcome

availability of dampiera rosmarinifolia

 Back to Forum

Posted by MARTINJA 23 Apr 2011 - 10:09:00 AM

About 10 years ago I was able to purchase Dampiera rosmarinifolia (native rosemary) easily in my area of Eltham but now I can't get it anywhere even online nurseries. It surprises me as it is supposed to be hardy and drought tolerant and native to Victoria. Any ideas?

Comments (2)

Re: EDITOR 25 Apr 2011 - 10:55:00 AM

Kuranga seems like your best bet (www.kuranga.com.au). A bit of a drive but Allansforest (www.allansforest.com.au) or Goldfields Revegetation (www.goldfieldsrevegetation.com.au) could also be a fall back position.

Re: Re: MARTINJA 7 May 2011 - 8:30:00 AM

Thanks for the information. I'll give them a try.

Tell our Plant Selector what you want & like and we'll search thousands of plant profiles for compatible matches

Plant of the Day

White Mallee

Plant type: evergreen tree
H: 8m W: 8m
Sunlight: hot overhead sun

Find out more
perennials

Fast Facts

perennials
Soft-wooded perennials mature quickly and reach a predictable height so they can be confidently positioned where they wont need pruning.

Palmetto

Palmetto Soft Leaf Buffalo is ideally suited as a lawn in many applications.



More products

Get the Plant Selector's full features plus news, forums & competitions. Sign up, it's free.
Click here for more