• Latin Name : Baeckea virgata nana, Babingtonia virgata
  • Familia : Myrtaceae
  • Popular Names : Baeckea, Dwarf Twiggy Baeckea
  • Propagation : Cutting, seed
  • Planting medium: a mixture of sand, garden soil and manure
  • Placement : Front yard
  • Region of Origin : Australia
Baeckea can adapt to various environmental conditions, either very dry or moist. The number of branches is very much with a dense leaf arrangement. The leaves are oval and elongated, with a length of 1.2 to 2.5 cm. Has small white flowers, with a length of 2.5 to 4.5 cm. The flowers have 5 pieces of petals, with yellow center. Beackea has a high resistance against various plant diseases. Having a strong stick, and can also be grown as bonsai.


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