Originating in New Zealand, this evergreen selection is hardy down to – 12° C.
It's leathery, regularly toothed leaves are first tender green, changing afterwards to a pretty dark green. The young stems are purple-brown.
‘Avalanche’ is very floriferous from June to September. It covers itself in a cloud of simple, small white flowers with a purple center, standing out well on the foliage.
Its long summer flowering, a quick growth and bushy shape make this variety an ideal plant for small spaces and pots.
Prune in winter. Eliminate the dead wood.
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