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Burgundy Queen Tea Tree

Burgundy Queen Tea Tree

Leptospermum scoparium burgundy queen

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Plant Details
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Care Information

Expected Height Range:

1.5 m - 2.5 m

Spread Range:

1 m - 2 m

Preferred positioning:

Full sun, Partial sun, and Partial shade

Common uses:

Attractive foliage, Colourful, Hedging, Privacy screening, Supports wildlife, Specimen plant, Coastal garden, Drought tolerant, Low maintenance garden, Textural interest, Cottage garden, and Courtyard garden

Flower Season/s:

Winter and Spring

Flower Colour/s:

Plant life cycle:



While the 'Burgundy Queen' is a cultivar not naturally found, Leptospermum scoparium, its parent plant is native to New Zealand and parts of Australia, thriving in open forests, coastal areas, and alpine regions.

Leaf information:

Burgundy coloured foliage that deepens in cooler weather

Preferred Soil:

Prefers well-drained, fertile soil with slight acidity but is adaptable to a range of soil conditions as long as excessive wetness is avoided

With its deep burgundy foliage and vibrant pink to red flowers this is a standout in any garden. This cultivar is particularly valued for its stunning colour contrast and prolonged flowering period. It also has the ability to attract pollinators while being relatively low maintenance.

Care Considerations:

Watering should be regular until the plant is established, after which it little to no watering should be required. Pruning can be done to encourage bushier growth and encourage more flowering the following season, but is not essential. Fertilising is not strictly necessary but an occasional feed with a low-phosphorus fertilizer can be applied once a year.
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