Plant: Selago Corymbosa Type: Dainty shrub, 60cm.
Form: Upright growth with feathery foliage.
Flowers: A fine mist of delicate lacy white flowers cover the plant from spring to autumn.
Why plant it?
Selago Corymbosa survives quite dry conditions once established, but will also tolerate a slightly damp position and is a perfect, and tough, plant for creating a soft effect in full sun. As an added bonus, it will tolerate salt and alkaline soils.
Found naturally: thriving on exposed coastal cliffs in the Western and Eastern Cape and up to KwaZulu-Natal.