5 years to reach maturity
This plant has no fragrance
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Cushion Bush Overview
Leucophyta brownii is the sole species in the genus Leucophyta. it is a tender, evergreen shrub has a dense, bushy to rounded habit with branched, downy stems and silver-grey leaves. In summer small, rounded, terminal clusters of creamy-white to pale yellow, rarely purple, flowers can be produced. This low maintenance shrub is frost tender but drought tolerant once established. In coastal climates, it can be used as ground cover or in rock gardens.
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How to harvest Cushion Bush
Generally not harvested.
How to propagate Cushion Bush
semi-ripe cuttings can be taken in summer.
Sow in open frame when ripe (outdoors)
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Other uses of Cushion Bush
Grown for cuttings and as summer bedding.