Wildflowers - Native Wisteria

Warndu Wildflowers Australian Native Flower Wisteria seeds an attractive and hardy ground cover.  Its glossy green leaves provide a beautiful, even backdrop to the delicate sprays of dark purple blooms. Plant in groups where the plants will grow together for full ground coverage.

◎ Common Name: Native Wisteria or Native Sarsaparilla 

◎ Botanical Name: Hardenbergia comptoniana

◎ Seasonality: Flowers from Spring to Autumn.

◎ Region: Southeastern Queensland and Northeastern NSW, original sample was from Richmond River. 

◎ Sow: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter

◎ How to grow/Instructions: 

Sow in warm areas anytime. In frost prone areas after danger of frost is over. Place seeds in a cup of hot water. It is beneficial to add Wildflower Seed Starter granules. Leave overnight then drain and sow. Fill small pots or trays with moist sandy soil and compress. Sow 2-3 seeds 6mm (¼in) deep in each pot. Keep moist. Cover with clear polythene – remove when germination commences. Place in warm shaded position to germinate fully. Thin out to the best seedlings in each pot. Plant in permanent position when about 10cm (4in) high. Water in well and regularly until established. May take 1+ years before flowering.