Botanical Name: Proteaceae Leucospermum cordifolium x conocarpodendron
Flowering time: Late Spring - Early Summer
Bird Attracting: Yes
Position: Full Sun
Frost tolerance: will tolerate frosts to -5°C
Uses: Feature Plant, Cut Flower
Description: Leucospermum Moonlight is a medium shrub with brilliant yellow flowers in Late Spring to Early Summer which are great for attracting birds to your garden.
Leucospermum Moonlight is drought tolerant but may require water in the first summer of planting and in extremely dry conditions.
How to look after Leucospermum Moonlight:
Leucospermum plants should be planted in a well drained acidic soil, in a position with plenty of air movement.
Remove spent flowers after flowering to maintain shape of plant.