W.longifolia.JPG (39499 bytes)Westringia longifolia: is a member of the Lamiaceae family in company with the Prostantheras and culinary mints.
Westringia longifolia is an open shrub that will reach a height of two metres. Leaves are light green, linear and about three centimetres long.
In spring, plants become covered with white, lobed flowers. Westringia longifolia is one of the most eye-catching white-flowered shrubs. This recommendation includes exotics as well as natives. There is also a pink-flowered form.
Westringia longifolia is an ideal shrub for inclusion in a native shrubbery or hedgerow. Light pruning is appreciated.
Westringia longifolia occurs in New South Wales and Queensland .
Propagate from cuttings.