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Agonis Flexuosa “After Dark” Agonis After Dark makes a vibrant feature in any garden. It’s dark purple foliage has a beautiful, soft weeping habit making it able to withstand high winds. It’s a fantastic low maintenance feature that is great for attracting bird life to your garden. Recently introduced into cultivation, Agonis flexuosa ‘After Dark’, is a variety of the West Australian willow myrtle. It has burgundy to purple coloured foliage all year round, with tiny white flowers in spring. Agonis flexuosa 'Jervis Bay Afterdark' (After Dark Peppermint Tree) - A selection of the West Australian willow myrtle that grows to around 18 feet tall by 10-15 feet wide with a weeping habit. It has brilliant scarlet colored new growth in spring that darkens to dark burgundy.

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Apr 30, 2012 · Agonis ‘After Dark’ is a cultivar growing, according to the label, to 6 metres by 3.5 metres with exceptionally deep burgundy-black foliage with small white flowers in spring. I have never seen it taller than 2.5 metres and it’s usually looking very ratty because it has been incorrectly positioned.

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Agonis flexuosa ‘After Dark’ is a newer release again with beautiful burgundy foliage. These two will reach around 4m ( more or less depending on conditions) and both make excellent container or pot grown plants. A variegated form is also available. An Australian native, Agonis flexuosa's After Dark cultivar has attractive, burgundy-colored foliage year-round. Tiny white flowers in spring stand out against dark foliage. Hardy weeping tree grows anywhere except tropics and cold-frost areas (needs a warm to hot climate). Needs good drainage. Light pruning improves looks. This Adelaide Advanced Nursery fact sheet is a guide only . For more information call or fax our office PH 8270 7700 FAX 8388 2711 Agonis flexuosa Agonis flexuosa ‘After Dark’ is a newer release again with beautiful burgundy foliage. These two will reach around 4m ( more or less depending on conditions) and both make excellent container or pot grown plants. A variegated form is also available. Agonis flexuosa 'After Dark' is a wonderfully coloured shrub, the very dark purple foliage makes this an outstanding contrast plant in the garden. Has proven to be slow growing and somewhat prone to root rot but makes a great feature or screen plant. Give it a sunny position in well drained soil. Can take most soil types. Agonis Afterdark is a medium sized evergreen feature tree for your garden or ideal for large pots. This tree has bright purple foliage during spring and summer deeping to a dark burgundy during winter. In mid spring beautiful white flowers appear, contrasting against the purple foliage. Native tree that attracts birds. Agonis flexuosa 'After Dark' 'After Dark' Peppermint, 'After Dark' Willow Myrtle. A variety of Peppermint or Willow Myrtle with year-round dark red foliage. Features: Permanent dark red, red-brown foliage. Versatile and hardy. Applications: Gardens, landscapes, streetscapes, containers, hedging or screening: Description

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Agonis Flexuosa After Dark Agonis flexuosa ‘After Dark’ , is a variety of the West Australian willow myrtle. It has burgundy to purple coloured foliage all year round, with tiny white flowers in spring. Agonis flexuosa 'Jervis Bay Afterdark' [Willow Peppermint] part of the Myrtaceae family with White flowers flowering in Spring-early Summer avaliable from Australian Native Plants located in Ventura, CA

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Agonis flexuosa 'Jervis Bay Afterdark' - Burgundy Peppermint Tree Medium-growing, evergreen, weeping small tree Grows smaller than species with burgundy foliage Full sun to partial shade Little to regular water Use in lawns, as an espalier or container Tolerant of different soil types

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Agonis flexuosa 'after dark' first styling. Small tree created from ramrod straight and boring bunnings stock. Grown on for a few years from a tube.... A graceful weeping habit and burgundy new growth makes Agonis 'Burgundy' a very colorful and attractive evergreen tree with a denser habit than other Agonis cultivars. Clusters of small white tea-tree like flowers appear in spring and summer. The aromatic foliage is reminiscent of peppermint, a closer relative.

"After Dark" peppermint willow (Agonis flexuosa "After Dark") is a West Australian myrtle cultivar notable for its weeping habit and unusual dark red foliage, which may appear almost black. The very dark purple foliage makes this an outstanding contrast plant in the garden. A reasonably tough and vigorous plant that makes a great feature or screen plant. It responds well to pruning, so can be clipped to shape. Best in a sunny spot in well drained soil. Feed with a good native fertiliser in spring and summer. Jun 07, 2013 · 'Jervis Bay Afterdark' lives up to name. ... A dwarf dark-leaved agonis variety called 'Jedda's Dream' tops out at 9 feet and has more of a bushy habit. ... Aphids and powdery mildew may be ... Agonis Flexuosa “After Dark” Agonis After Dark makes a vibrant feature in any garden. It’s dark purple foliage has a beautiful, soft weeping habit making it able to withstand high winds. It’s a fantastic low maintenance feature that is great for attracting bird life to your garden. Sep 15, 2010 · I just planted an Agonis flexuosa 'After Dark' this past December. It got a little drought stressed and crowded by some neighboring plants and has dropped a bunch of its leaves toward the bottom. Is this from drying out to much or was the shade of the neighboring plants the problem. In respect to the After Dark peppermint willow (Agonis flexuosa ‘Jervis Bay After Dark’) this is a slower-growing tree than the regular agonis and so far seems to grow to a smaller size. It should be fine near the pool.

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Agonis Flexuosa “After Dark” Agonis After Dark makes a vibrant feature in any garden. It’s dark purple foliage has a beautiful, soft weeping habit making it able to withstand high winds. It’s a fantastic low maintenance feature that is great for attracting bird life to your garden. Apr 30, 2012 · Agonis ‘After Dark’ is a cultivar growing, according to the label, to 6 metres by 3.5 metres with exceptionally deep burgundy-black foliage with small white flowers in spring. I have never seen it taller than 2.5 metres and it’s usually looking very ratty because it has been incorrectly positioned. The very dark purple foliage makes this an outstanding contrast plant in the garden. A reasonably tough and vigorous plant that makes a great feature or screen plant. It responds well to pruning, so can be clipped to shape. Best in a sunny spot in well drained soil. Feed with a good native fertiliser in spring and summer. Agonis flexuosa 'Jervis Bay Afterdark' (After Dark Peppermint Tree) - A selection of the West Australian willow myrtle that grows to around 18 feet tall by feet wide slower growing Native to southwestern Australia, the 'Jervis Bay Afterdark' variety of Agonis flexuosa has deep burgundy foliage that looks black from a distance. Has anybody any experience with this tree. I know it is a hybrid of the green WA peppermit tree which did exceptionally well on our block, too well in fact so it had to be removed. The after dark hybrid was said to be much smaller and on top has this stunning purple leaf colour. I planted 3, one die... An attractive medium-sized tree with a pendular habit. It has clusters of small white flowers that grow on the branches in between the leaves in spring and summer. Has nice long thin shiny leaves that hang from the drooping branches giving it an all over similar appearance to a Willow tree.

Agonis flexuosa ‘After Dark’ is a newer release again with beautiful burgundy foliage. These two will reach around 4m ( more or less depending on conditions) and both make excellent container or pot grown plants. A variegated form is also available.

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Agonis Flexuosa After Dark Agonis flexuosa ‘After Dark’ , is a variety of the West Australian willow myrtle. It has burgundy to purple coloured foliage all year round, with tiny white flowers in spring. Agonis flexuosa 'After Dark' 'After Dark' Peppermint, 'After Dark' Willow Myrtle. A variety of Peppermint or Willow Myrtle with year-round dark red foliage. Features: Permanent dark red, red-brown foliage. Versatile and hardy. Applications: Gardens, landscapes, streetscapes, containers, hedging or screening: Description Monrovia's After Dark Peppermint Willow details and information. Learn more about Monrovia plants and best practices for best possible plant performance. An attractive medium-sized tree with a pendular habit. It has clusters of small white flowers that grow on the branches in between the leaves in spring and summer. Has nice long thin shiny leaves that hang from the drooping branches giving it an all over similar appearance to a Willow tree. Agonis flexuosa (Peppermint Tree) - A small to medium (25-35 feet tall), fast-growing evergreen tree for mild winter regions. It has drooping willow-like, long dark green leaves that have a distinct peppermint aroma when crushed and clusters of small white flowers with pink petal bases that appear in May to June. May 14, 2012 · Don Burke looks at a new native Australian plant, the Agonis 'After Dark' which has a lovely dark burgundy almost black foliage. Agonis flexuosa 'Jervis Bay Afterdark' (After Dark Peppermint Tree) - A selection of the West Australian willow myrtle that grows to around 18 feet tall by feet wide slower growing Native to southwestern Australia, the 'Jervis Bay Afterdark' variety of Agonis flexuosa has deep burgundy foliage that looks black from a distance.

DIY Brides love Agonis for it's unique texture, feathery dark leaves, and wispy appeal! Stem Count: Grower's bunch. Large bunches. Averages 20 stems per bunch; Color: Reddish, dark brown to burgundy, Color can vary but will be dark.