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Planting tip
Soak the rootball of your plant in a bucket of water to wet thoroughly prior to planting. For extra goodness, add a bit of liquid fertiliser.
Carmichaelia muritai
Height: 6m;  Spread: 2m
Clifford's Bay broom (Tree)
Leafless Broom. Upright growing with dense bronzed stems and white/violet flowers. Extremely rare in the wild growing on deeply eroded coastal cliffs on coarse, free draining gravel and loess, colluvial fans below cliffs.
» Click here for our Carmichaelia article published in The Fringe, July 2015 ...
» For a landscaping perspective on Carmichaelia muritai, see this article by O2 Landscapes...
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Flowers January, Wellington
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