Pimelea Pink Solitaire
Pimelea ferruginea 'Pink Solitaire'
Beautiful, dark pink flowers appear as clusters at the terminals of each stem on this naturally dome-shaped bush.The flowers disappear naturally, leaving a neat foliage plant until the next flowering season.
Height to 50cm
Width to 60cm
Will perform best in free-draining soil in a full or part-sun location however this plant is tolerant of a range of poorer quality, but, still, free-draining soils. Will grow in a wide range of climates from cool to temperate but won’t enjoy sub-tropical locations. Mulching is recommended.
Will do best in moist soil however will normally perform quite well on natural rainfall without much supplementary watering. Water in extended dry periods.
Feed with a controlled release native fertiliser in spring or any nutrients that are low in phosphorus.
This is a plant that you will rarely need to touch but you may want to trim back just below the old flowers.
Pests and Diseases
No major issues here but always talk to your specialist plant retailer if you suspect there is a problem inhibiting healthy growth and flowering response.
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|Tolerances||Salt Tolerant (Coastal), Drought Tolerant, Light Frost Tolerant|
|Position||Full Sun, Full Sun/Part Shade|
|Use||Garden, Landscape, Native, Pots & Tubs, Shrub|
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