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REGELIA cymbifolia |

REGELIA cymbifolia 25g

Priority 4: Rare, Near Threatened

SKU: N 417-25g
Stock: In Stock
Restrictions: NZ Prohibited

Family: Myrtaceae
Characteristics: Shrub 3 m spread 2 m

Seed per packet: Approx. 25
Seed per gram: Approx. 200

Size:
$46.88 AUD Excl. GST

Regelia cymbifolia is an attractive ornamental shrub that grows up to 2 metres tall. It produces fluffy pink-purple flowers with golden tips from August to November and has greyish-green, velvety leaves that are about 13mm long. A desirable plant in the gardens with drier climates.
The ovate leaves of Regelia cymbifolia are usually less than 4mm long and tend to be recurved with a prominent main vein visible on the underside of the leaf. During spring deep pink to purple flowers are produced in small terminal clusters.

Regelia cymbifolia grows in a restricted area in southwestern Western Australia, specifically in sandplain or woodland. Priority Four is listed as threatened because most of its original habitat has been destroyed, and only a few isolated roadside populations remain. It performs best in a well-drained site in full sun and is drought-tolerant and frost-resistant. Propagation is reported to be easy from seed.

 Occurs naturally in the Regions of Avon Wheatbelt, Esperance Plains, and Jarrah Forest in the southwestern and southern parts of Western Australia.

Although seed can be sown most of the year in many parts of Australia seed is generally best sown in spring or autumn in temperate climates, avoiding the coldest and hottest months of the year. The optimum germination temperature for germination is around 18-22°.

Sow seed on a porous seed-raising mix and cover lightly. Do not bury the seed deeply.
Place in a warm shaded or semi-shaded position to avoid dying out.
The growing medium should be well draining but should remain moist between watering.
Germination should occur in 21-60 days depending on the temperature and conditions. 

Pre-treatment of smoke is recommended for this species.
Many members of this genus are responsive to the pre-treatment of smoke. Although germination may occur without smoke treatment it has proved to be beneficial in reducing the number of days to germination and increasing germination rates in this species.
Smoke treatments are simple and can be undertaken either by soaking the seed overnight or by applying to the surface after sowing, both provide good results. Smoke treatments are available by clicking here.

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