Hello, I live in Andalucia, Granada, Spain. I'm very interested in buying the chamelaucium "matilda" shrub Geraldton wax flower. I cant seem to find a supplier. Can you help please. Thanks, Christine
We don't, usually, recommend places to purchase here. Iwould recommend checking local sources, or online nurseries. Most will ship to just about anywhere, as long as the plant is not blacklisted in your area.
The foliage on our Chamelaucium has turned yellow? Why?
This can happen for a few reasons. It is best to fertilize at least once per year in spring, as the most typical cause would be a lack of nitrogen. Lack of light can also cause this.
I would recommend fertilizing, and this should take care of the issue. This article will help: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/shrubs/waxflower/chamelaucium-waxflower-care.htm
Where may I purchase the Chamelaucium-wax flower shrub?
We do not, usually, recommend places to purchase. We only offer information on the growth and care of plants. I would check your local nurseries, or an online one. They will usually ship to just about anywhere.
I live in Norfolk, is it possible to take cuttings and grow Wax flower in this area
Waxflower is more suited to hot, dry areas but are you taking cuttings from someone also in England? Here is the care information we have for waxflower and information on growing cuttings.
That doesn't sound good, but you can try giving it a light fertilizer, and trimming the ends to see if that encourages any new growth from the roots.
Transplanting shouldn't have hurt it, but most hoyas appreciate being rootbound to bloom.