Edible usesThere are no edible uses listed for Olearia x haastii.
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A very ornamental plant, it is hardy to about -15°c, succeeding outdoors at Kew but liable to be cut back to the ground in severe winters. It is perfectly hardy, however, in the mild maritime areas of Britain. Plants flower best in years that follow long hot summers.Can be pruned right back into old wood in order to promote fresh growth. Any pruning is best done in the spring. It is best to trim new growth of young plants by 50% each year for the first three years after planting in order to promote basal shoots.
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