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Prostanthera seiberi (Mint Bush)

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Prostanthera seiberi Common Name: Mint Bush Family: Lamiaceae Location: Coast –lower tablelands – Nth NSW to Vic - Local to the Central Coast Flower Colour: Mauve Flowers: September to March Soil: Any loamy soil Drainage: Free draining Exposure: Sunny to light shade Growth habit: Height – 1.8 M x Width –1.2 M Water: Assured moisture level Danger: Tolerates frost Prune: Prune to shape after flowering. Attracts: Butterflies This plant is in a 6”/15cm pot. Photos are examples only and are a guide to what your plant can be like when mature. Photo: Alan Fairley

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