Eucryphia lucida ‘Ballerina’

A pink selection of the species found by Ken Gillanders in the forests of NW Tasmania in 1991. As usual, this makes a large evergreen shrub, or even a small tree given many years, with slim, elegant foliage, glaucous beneath. Masses of fragrant round, saucer-like flowers, pale pink with a boss of stamens crimson at their base, in July. Neutral/Acid soil.

Pot size: 2L



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