Darwinia taxifolia



Darwinia taxifolia is an erect or prostrate shrub from 0.3 to 1 metre high. The leaves are greyish green, about 5-15 mm long by 1-2 mm wide, curving upwards slightly and tapering to a point. The small flowers occur in clusters of 2 to 4 and are red in colour. The flowers usually occur in late winter, spring to early summer.


Distribution is central eastern NSW including the Sydney region.


Full sun to part shade

Well draining soil, does appreciate a bit more watering during extended dry periods

Great colourful garden plant or can be grown in a pot

Low growing

Additional information

Weight N/A
Pot Size

140mm, Tube Stock