Pink Bells, Black-eyed Susan, Pink Eye, Northern Pinkbells, Pink-bells.
Up to 1m.
Presence in Australia
Noted east of the Hume Highway, in areas receiving at least 900 mm rainfall per year.
This specie has been identified in the following Australian states: NSW, ACT, Vic, Tas, SA.
Heath or sclerophyll forest.
Slender shrub to 1m high with cylindrical stems.
Requires well-drained soil.
Profuse, fragrant and deep lilac-pink flowers, mostly Oct-Nov.
Early Jan to late Feb. Monitor closely, as mature seeds soon shed.
From cuttings. Tetratheca seed is difficult to germinate.
Attractive specimen for gardens and containers. Extra water in summer benefits plants.