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Eremophila 'Nullarbor Nymph'

ACRA 1392

Date Received: 29 April 2008

Applicant: Ken Warnes

Family: Myoporaceae

Origin: Garden seedling from Owen in South Australia. Thought to be hybrid between Eremophila decussata and E. parvifolia.

Habit/Description: Dense, low spreading shrub

Plant Size: 0.3m (H) x 1.2m (W)

Leaves: Dark grey green

Flower Colour: Lilac

Flowering time: Spring/Summer

Colour Coding RHS Colour Chart 1995 :

Flowers: Violet Group 88b
Leaves: Green Group 137a

Distinctive Characters: Low growing habit, dark grey green leaves, lilac flowers

Comparators: Eremophila decussata, E. parvifolia. E. decussata is a small compact shrub 0.75m high x 1.5m wide with slightly rounded grey leaves and blue flowers. E. parvifolia is a low spreading shrub 0.75m high x 1.5m wide with small bright green leaves and blue flowers.

Frost hardiness and drought hardiness: High

Years in cultivation: 17 years

Accepted for Registration: 13 November 2009