Edible usesThere are no edible uses listed for Olearia avicenniifolia.
Medicinal uses(Warning!)There are no medicinal uses listed for Olearia avicenniifolia.
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This species is not very hardy outside the milder western and south-western maritime areas of Britain, tolerating temperatures down to about -10°c. Another report says that it is hardy to about -15°c. Very slow growing in Britain, the plants generally only reach 2 - 3 metres tall in cultivation in this country. Plants can be pruned right back into old wood in order to promote fresh growth. Any pruning is best done in the spring. Some named forms have been developed for their ornamental value.Flowers best in years following long hot summers. The flowers are sweetly scented.
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