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Thursday 18 May 2023


Protea cynaroides "White Crown" is a small evergreen shrub growing approximately 45cm x 45cm. Its creamy white flowers are highlighted amid lush green foliage. Very versatile, this shrub is well suited container planting, rockeries and large scale landscape projects.
The genus Protea was named after the Greek god Proteus, who could change his shape and appearance at will.
This hybrid Protea flowers from summer through to winter. The flowers can be cut and used for floral arrangements. As with all Proteas, they are very drought hardy plant once established. They prefer full sun, but can tolerate partial shade and mild frost. Fertilize in spring with native slow release fertilizer or compost before mulching.

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  1. Thanking you heartily for the wonderful image you've shared, and for hosting, as well,
    I'm wishing you a blessed day
    X Daniela @ ~ My little old world ~ (Dany)

  2. I did not realise about the shape shifting....ha! Lovely shot.

  3. Thank you for hosting FloralFridayFotos ! Wishing happy weekend, Anna