Isopogon ‘Candy Cones’ features spectacular large mauve-pink coneflowers that are offset by dark green foliage. It will make a statement in any garden when in full flower due to its long lasting displays of striking and unusual blooms from spring through to summer.
Perfect for Australian native and dry tolerant gardens, informal hedges, it will also do well in a container. Pruning after flowering also assists in encouraging growth to maintain a compact bushy shrub.
This variety is hardy in most well drained, neutral to acid soils and prefers an open sunny position. Plants should be pruned lightly after flowering to remove old flower heads and to encourage new growth. Feed in spring with a slow release fertiliser especially formulated for native plants.
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