WILD ROSEMARY (Olearia axillaris) 'Bush Tucker Plant Seeds'
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Olearia axillaris is a shrub found in coastal areas of Australia. Commonly known as the Coastal Daisybush or Wild Rosemary, it was one of the first Australian edible plants to be recognised as such by Europeans.
The species is an erect shrubby herb growing to 2 metres high, many branched, densely covered with small leaves, and has a silvery green appearance.
It is tolerant of strong winds, salt, and poor soils.
Small yellow flowers being produced between March and August. This plant is superb for hedging and foliage contrast.