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MINGO Themeda australis 'MINGO' PBR

MINGO Themeda australis 'MINGO' PBR

MINGO Kangaroo grass

Themeda australisMingo‘ 

  • Blue prostrate form of Kangaroo Grass
  • Ideal ground cover for native gardens
  • Proven landscape plant for 10 years

Description: ‘Mingo’ is a blue foliage ground cover with rusty red/brown seed heads over summer. It is excellent as an informal ground cover in commercial mass plantings. Versatile and only minimal maintenance required.

Size: 15 – 20cm high x 60cm wide.

Uses: Ideal as a low ground cover, low border or for slopes.

Position: Full sun to part shade. ‘Mingo’ suits a wide variety of soils. Tolerates frost and drought.

Care: Water as required for 8-13 weeks until established. Plant in a well mulched garden (chunky mulch is recommended). Use slow release fertiliser in spring and/or autumn. Trim back 1-2 times a year if required to 1/3 of the leaf growth in autumn or early spring.

Where it works: NSW, ACT, QLD, VIC, SA, WA & TAS.

Top ‘Mingo’ Wholesale Growers

Grower Location Phone Email
Andreasen’s Green Nursery (Pots & VT) KEMP’S CREEK 02 9826 1911 email
Bluedale Enterprises (VC & VT) WAUCHOPE 02 6586 0100 email
Botanica Nurseries / Abulk Nurseries (VT) SILVERDALE 02 4774 2811 email
Diversity / Kenthurst Nursery (Pots) KENTHURST 02 9654 1410 email
Grower Location Phone Email
Prestige Plants WHITTLESEA 03 5786 2036 email
Grower Location Phone Email
ecobotanics (Pots) SAMFORD 0400 411 576 email
Greenstock Nurseries (Pots) BELLMERE 07 3204 4522 email
Logan Plant Nursery (Pots) CHANDLER 07 3245 6117 email
Mad About Plants (Pots) EDMONTON 07 4045 2777 email
Grower Location Phone Email
Coromandel Native Nursery (Pots & VC) COROMANDEL 08 8388 2777 email
Grower Location Phone Email
Domus Nursery HACKETTS GULLY 08 9293 1768 email

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This website gives general information for the states/regions in Australia. For local information on which plants work in your area contact your local grower. Local grower knowledge is vital, this website is no substitute.

Heights shown on the website are for general gardening conditions. In well maintained gardens, some plants will get taller.

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