With its vibrant hot pink bracts above deep pink flowers, ‘The Princess’ will bring style and beauty to your garden when it needs it most. Delightfully perfumed, compact, and with stunning silver foliage, it’s hard to beat this tough, sun loving plant that will flower for months. Ideally suited to courtyards, containers, low hedging or large scale landscaped areas, ‘The Princess’ is quite simply a ‘must-have’.
  • Early flowering, fragrant lavender
  • Bred in Australia and selected for its large, vibrant, dark pink flowers
  • Lengthy flowering season – main flowering flush begins in spring but also free flowering throughout the autumn and winter months.
  • Neat, compact habit with aromatic foliage
  • Flowers last well for floral arrangements
  • Hardy and easy to grow without any special needs
  • Container displays for lengthy colour
  • Small gardens, patios and courtyards
  • Ideal for paths, entrances and entertainment areas where winter colour can be appreciated
  • Low, informal hedging
  • Waterwise gardens
  • General garden use

Low maintenance and easy to grow. Once established, quite dry tolerant requiring only occasional deep watering during extended periods of heat. Plant in a sunny location in a well draining soil. Clip back to two thirds of overall size in late summer to maintain shape and vigour. After pruning an application of slow release fertiliser and a light sprinkling of dolomite lime over soil would be beneficial to overall performance.

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Hight cm

Spread cm

Hight cm

Growing Conditions

Full Sun

Part Shade

Full Shade

Dry

Boggy

Frost Hardy (Below 1c)

Coastal

Low Maintenance

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Evergreen

Plant Uses

Architectural

Autumn Folioge

Bird Attracting

Bold Accents

Costal Regions

Commercial Landscaping

Containers

Contemporary Gardens

Dry Tolerant

Easy to Grow

Edging

Fast Growing

General Garden Use

Long Flowering

Ornamental Foliage

Perfumed Flowers

Poolside Landscaping

Rockeries

Scented Foliage

Screening

Small Gardens

Topiary

Urban

Winter Colour

Year Round Interest

Easy for Beginners

Spill Over

Cottage or Wildflower

Cut Flower

Erosion Control

Weed Suppressant

Mixed Borders

Shade Lover

Mass Planting

Mediterrean Style

Native Gardens

Ideal for Kids

Hedging

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Cultural Care Checklist

  • Low Maintenance and easy to grow
  • Most soil types which are well draining
  • Prefers a moist well draining soil
  • Do not allow to dry out during extended periods of heat
  • Protet from Frost
  • Protect from Snails
  • Apply slow release fertiliser during early spring
  • Apply slow release fertiliser during autumn
  • Use a native fertiliser according to manufacturers directions
  • Additional feeding is required when grown in containers – see directions on fertiliser packaging
  • In cold climates may become deciduous over winter with new growth appearing in spring
  • Dry tolerant once established requiring only an occasional deep watering during extended periods of heat
  • No pruning generally required
  • Lightly trim to shape after main flowering
  • Prune lightly in autumn
  • Prune by half in early spring
  • Prune by half in early autumn
  • Remove old foliage when new growth appears in spring
  • Removing spent flowering stems will encourage further displays