Eriocephalus africanus

Botanical Name: Eriocephalus africanus

Common Name(s): Wild rosemary

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Description:

An excellent coastal shrub with fragrant, soft, grey-green leaves and masses of small white flowers from autumn to early summer. The tiny needle-like leaves are aromatic.

Family: Asteraceae

Botanical Pronunciation: eh-ree-oh-SEF-ha-lus af-ri-KAHN-us

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Semi Frost Hardy
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Indigenous
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Full Sun
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Low Watering
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Pruning Required

Flowers


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Description:
This plant carries masses of small white flowers from autumn to early summer.


Foliage

Description:
The Eriocephalus africanus carries fragrant, soft, grey-green leaves.

The tiny needle-like leaves are aromatic.


Interesting Info

The tiny needle-like leaves of the Eriocephalus africanus are aromatic.

 

Origin

This plant originates in Southern Africa.

 

Other Languages

Kapokbossie (A)

Size

1.7 m * 1.5 m

Uses in landscape design

This plant is an excellent costal shrub.

 

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