Darwinia fascicularis is shrub in the myrtle family and is endemic to areas near Sydney. A small shrub with aromatic foliage and white flowers, turning red as they mature. Nectar feeding birds are attracted to its flowers as a food source

  • Drought resistant & tolerates moderate frost
  • Full sun/ part shade
  • Shrub, height up to 2m, width up to 1.5m
  •  Well drained soils, loam, sandy
  • Flowers: winter, spring. White & red flowers
  • Aromatic
  • Eastern Suburbs Banksia Scrub Plant Community

Clustered Scent Myrtle - Darwinia fascicularis