Melaleuca gibbosa – Slender Honey-Myrtle seeds x 5 Grams – 27000 seeds approx. (bulk)


Native 2m Shrub Salt & Frost Hardy Dislikes Drought 5 grams – 27000 seeds (bulk)

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Slender Honey-Myrtle

Melaleuca gibbosa

(This plant is not on the Australian Noxious Weed List.)

A native of South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania where it prefers light, moist soils in an open, sunny position and is salt and frost tolerant but dislikes drought.

An evergreen shrub growing to 2.5 metres (8ft) x 2 metres (6ft); the stem is erect, spreading and twiggy; the leaves are broad, ovate, spreading, opposite and 0.5cm long; the flowers are pinkish-purple, occurring in small, short, ovoid spikes and appearing from spring to summer.

Propagation by seed occurs readily.


Offered is a  5 gram packet of approx 27000 seeds (including chaff) with propagation notes.

All my seed is posted in bubble wrap protection.

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Terms & Conditions.

Ole Lantana Seeds will not be responsible whatsoever for actions taken by the customer after receipt of the goods, this includes germination results, crop performance or loss as these are beyond the control of Ole Lantana Seeds.

International buyers are responsible for knowing their country’s importation laws.

NOTE: In order to protect our existing stock from outside contamination, we do not accept returns.

Item specifics

Plant Habit: Shrub Common Name: Slender Honey Myrtle
Climate: Sub-tropical, Temperate, Mediterranean Season of Interest: Spring/Summer
Sunlight: Full Sun, Part Shade Watering: Medium
Genus: Melaleuca Type: Flowering
Foliage: Evergreen Soil pH: Neutral
Species: gibbosa Soil Type: Clay, Loam, Sand
Plant Hardiness Zone (°C): 4 (-5°C to 0°C)


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