A limited number of Epacris pulchella, in 140mm pots and larger, are ready for re-homing. These were rescued from Blackheath due to essential repairs in bushy areas. Many were later returned to the site, but a few have become available at the nursery, to be shared!
This member of the heath family is an erect shrub up to 100-150 cm high, comprising several long slender branches and in late winter and spring, bearing masses of tubular white or pinkish flowers each up to 6mm long which contain nectar and are frequented by honey-eating birds.
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Photo By I, Berichard, CC BY-SA 2.5, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=2314082