This evergreen perennial forms clumps to 1 to 2 feet wide with blue-green strap-shaped leaves to 2 feet tall. For a long period from spring through early summer emerge the dark red tubular flower buds that flare open at tips like a paw on branching 3 foot tall stems that are covered with downy red hairs.
Mundi™ Westringia is a beautiful ground cover that can be left unpruned whilst still maintaining a tidy form, or can be pruned into any low growing architectural shape.
Prostrate creeping Mar-Dec.
Found in seasonally wet areas near salt lakes, stems rooting, corolla green with dark red dorsal stripe, stamens bright pink.
Deep green foliage contrasts beautifully with bright yellow trumpet like flowers throughout spring and summer. Hummingbird attractive. Full sun; salt, drought and cold tolerant.
Introducing a prostrate form of kangaroo grass, selected for its dense growth habit, great grey-blue to maroon foliage and low-growing habit.
A seedling selection from another weeping form called Mingo, Blu Roo was selected because it has the same great foliage and form, but with a more “full” look.