Wallside and trellises, Mediterranean, Cottage/Informal, Beds and borders, Banks and Slopes. Water freely & feed monthly in growth. Water after becoming established: Deep soak monthly to help the roots grow deeper. Cultivation. Eremophila glabra (Emu bush) will reach a height of 1.5m and a spread of 3m after 5-10 years. Under glass, grow in loam-based compost in full light. Eremophila glabra ‘Winter Blaze’ – This hummingbird favorite has glossy green leaves, which are covered with red/orange flowers throughout most of the year. It may do better without gravel. Mulch: Gravel or bare soil. Ideal for borders & rockeries. Eremophila glabra prostrata can grow to 30cm high with a spread of 3m. In Eremophila… Soil: Well drained, dry, low organic content, pH 6.6-8.5 (neutral to alkaline). Eremophila glabra is a widespread species found in the dry areas of all mainland states of Australia. ‘Winter Blaze’ is a great choice for areas that receive full, even reflected sun, although it can also handle light shade. Do not water more than once every two weeks, taking rainfall into account. The name for the genus was derived from the Greek word 'eremos' meaning "lonely" or "desert" and 'philos' meaning "dear" "beloved" in reference to the plants in the genus growing in arid climate locations. Eremophila glabra prostrata is an attractive Australian native groundcover producing silver-grey-green foliage. It bears yellow tubular flowers in Spring & Summer that are rich in nectar and bird attracting. Pot on or top-dress in spring. Below is an example of a ground cover form of Eremophila glabra growing in Victoria (pic Bernie Shanahan) Eremophila macgiillivrayi, which grows to 3m high, shows how well flowers can also be attractively displayed against the foliage (photo Phil Hempel). Suggested uses.
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