Eremophila Yanna Road: is a member of the Myoporaceae family.
Eremophila Yanna Road is an upright shrub that will reach a height of 1 metre. The leaves are soft, grey-green, narrow and about 2 centimetres long.
The buds are pink and develop into bright pink, tubular flowers. Plants carry flowers for most of the year. Honeyeaters are attracted to the blooms.
Tip pruning is suggested because the plants tend to become a trifle straggly without some attention.
Our specimen has proved to be very hardy and copes with drought and frost. The plant is never without flowers.
We do not know the location of Yanna Road. It may be east of Broken Hill in western New South Wales or western Queensland. We would be interested in knowing the location.
Propagate from cuttings.