Very unusual and rare. An attractive spreading shrub to 5 feet that forms a weeping habit with pink/white flowers that occur from March to October in its native range. The wonderful feathery flower heads are suitable for use as cut flowers. Well suited to hot dry conditions this hardy plant is also suited to most situations including containers.
Adaptable to most soil types but prefers an open sunny position, drought and frost resistant. Zones 2-11
Other Names: Ptilotus kennediae, Trichinium calostachyum, Pink Mulla Mulla, Pussy Tails and Lambs Tails.