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Viminaria juncea, Native Broom, Golden Spray

Viminaria juncea

Native Broom, Golden Spray
Family: Fabaceae
Subfamily: Faboideae
Origin: Australia
Large shrub 5-10 ft tallSemi-shadeFull sunRegular waterKeep soil moistYellow, orange flowersPlant attracts butterflies, hummingbirds

Viminaria juncea (Native Broom) is a unique and hardy plant native to Australia. The Large shrub is 5-10 ft tall and can tolerate a range of extreme conditions and soils. It grows quickly and is suitable for use in almost any garden, both in full sun and shade. While it prefers well-drained soil, it is capable of dealing with soils wet in winter and dry in summer. It is a truly versatile plant!

Viminaria juncea displays yellow and orange flowers throughout the Spring, and it is a great way to draw in both butterflies and hummingbirds. It is recommended to keep the soil moist and to water the plant regularly for optimum growth.

The plant can tolerate temperatures down to 9 to 11 in the USDA Zone, and is suited for regions with cold climates. When grown in pots in cold regions, it is best to make sure the pot is elevated off the ground to protect the roots from extreme temperatures. In addition, it is important to keep the pot well-drained in order to prevent standing water and root rot. Furthermore, giving the plant plenty of sunlight is key to healthy growth.

In conclusion, Viminaria juncea is a great plant choice for those looking for a hardy and beautiful addition to their garden. Its ability to withstand different climates and its fast-growing nature make it an ideal plant for any garden. Keep soil moist, water regularly, and enjoy the sight of bees and butterflies flocking to your garden!

Viminaria juncea, Native Broom, Golden Spray

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