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Murchison Clawflower 'Wicherina'



Heavy flowering form of Clawflower from Wicherina, east of Geraldton in the Midwest.

A decorative dome shaped shrub for gardens that is also useful on farms as a windbreak and soil erosion control.

Striking clusters of red claw flowers in winter to spring. Tolerates extended dry periods, water logging and light frost.

Form: Small-Medium Shrub
Size: 2m tall x 3m wide
Soil: Free Draining
Fertiliser: Not required
Water: Every week in dry periods after established
Wind: Tolerant
Sun: Full Sun and part shade
Frost: Tolerant
Flowers: Red, Winter-Spring


Calothamnus quadrifidus ssp. homalophyllus

Growing naturally in the Wincherina region of the Midwest, this ‘half-sided’ bottlebrush or ‘claw flower’ grows into a dense head high garden shrub and hedge.



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