50 Seeds - Manuka Seeds (Leptospermum Scoparium), New Zealand Fragrant Evergreen Flowering Manuka Tea Tree for Patio Borders, Containers - Outdoor Ornamental Drought Tolerant Garden PlantRegular price $8.00 Save $-8.00
A pack includes 50 seeds.
The Manuka tea tree is a rare, beautiful flowering plant native to New Zealand. It can thrive in USDA hardiness zones 6 to 10 and tolerate partial shade and drought.
But Manuka seeds prefer light and moisture to germinate and grow well. It often sprouts within within 2-5 weeks under suitable conditions.
This tea tree is a perfect ornamental tree for gardens, patios, and containers. You can grow some trees in the garden to enjoy its beauty and aroma during the blooming season.
New Zealand's manuka tea tree is a fragrant evergreen flowering tree that looks great in outdoor gardens and pots. It can also handle drought and is a nice plant to have in an open yard.
Your yard will look great with the Manuka plant, which is also known as the New Zealand Tea Tree (Leptospermum scoparium). It can be used in many ways. New Zealanders love it because it has sweet flowers, thick leaves, and can live in dry places.
Why it's a good idea to grow manuka:
Lots of small white flowers that smell like honey grow in groups on manuka trees.
A manuka flower
This plant from New Zealand has small, green leaves that stay on it all year.
The manuka plant does very well in dry places, which makes it a good choice for growing there.
Draws in pollinators: Manuka flowers are attractive to bees, butterflies, and other wildlife that spread pollen.
It's pretty simple to take care of manuka plants; they don't need much attention.
This plant can be grown as a tree, a bush, or a fence.
Getting rid of Manuka:
These seeds can be put inside or outside.
Six to eight weeks before the last frost is a good time to start seeds indoors.
Use potting mix that drains well to plant the seeds. Do not let the seeds get wet.
The seeds will begin to grow in 14 to 21 days.
After the plants sprout, they need to be brought outside and given enough time to get used to the weather.
This plant does better in full sun than in part shade.
It's best for the dirt to drain well and taste a little salty.
Water the plants often, especially when the soil is dry.
It will start to flower in three to five years.
A little extra information:
It is known as Leptospermum scoparium in Latin.
What kind of plant is it?
Light: From full sun to some shade
Soil type: acidic, drains well
Between 3 and 5 years until maturity.
10 to 15 feet tall
Between six and eight feet
From 8 to 11 zones for hardiness
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