I particularly like the Adenanthos.
Jun 05, Growing Albany Woolly-Bush from cuttings. Feb 13, Take the Woolly Bush Cutting. Next fill the small container with water then take the container and pruners to the woolly bush.
Find the new growth then cut at an angle with the pruners. The cutting Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins.
Place the container in a spot that gets plenty of light but no direct sunlight, and keep the soil moist. At 3 months, move cuttings that are showing new growth into larger pots and feed with a weak dose of native blend, low phosphorus fertiliser. In 6 months, the cutting should be ready for takedownstump.barted Reading Time: 8 mins. We’d like to suggest an Adenanthos sericeus, more commonly known as Albany Woolly Bush.
This Western Australian native is known for its luminous silver green foliage which is soft to touch and its small but vivid red flowers. Woolly Bush has a compact habit.
May 30, I've made cuttings of three other plants: The first is Adenanthos sericea, Albany Woolly Bush, a West Australian species I'm growing in a pot. It's getting a bit large for the pot and a little tired, so some offspring are takedownstump.barted Reading Time: 5 mins. The Woolly Bush is able to be hedged and shaped to suit any situation within the home garden. It is highly responsive to pruning and mature plants can even tolerate severe major limb removal to stimulate development of new foliage.
Fertiliser Apply slow release native blend 8–9 month fertiliser at planting and annually as required in takedownstump.bar Size: KB.