Dryandra Praemorsa 'Oak Leaf Dryandra'
Features: Attractive shrub with stiff upright stems and bold, deep green leaves. Large, bright yellow flowers are attractive to nectar feeding birds and can be used fresh or dried floral arrangements. Very showy in flower.Flowers late winter to spring.
Conditions: Suited to average to poor free draining soils in full sun. Tolerates light dappled shade, dry sites, cutting back, light frosts and protected seaside garden sites.
For best results: Use a low nutrient mulch such as wood chips. Does not need feeding. Prune lightly after flowering and to improve bushiness.
Planting ideas and uses: Specimen, screen or informal hedge, large tubs, Australian Native garden. Good with other “low water use” plants.
Width: Around 2m