Alyogyne huegelii is an evergreen shrub from the Hibiscus family. It grows 5 to 8 feet with beautiful lilac flowers. Alyogyne huegelii belongs to the Malvaceae family of plants. It is native to Australia, and it grows well in the coastal shrublands.
The flowers are very similar to Hibiscus and therefore a common name of Lilac Hibiscus. The flowers have five petals and they are slightly overlapping, and they usually last about a day. They flower between June and January.
How to grow Alyogyne huegelii:
Grows well in dry warm and full sun. Plant it in well-drained soil. Allow the soil to dry before watering again, plant in well-drained soil. It does well in borders as well as in containers. Alyogyne huegelii is drought-tolerant. Shelter it from strong wind.
It is best to fertilize it regularly during the growing season probably every two weeks. Propagate from seeds or cuttings. Light pruning for shaping and removing any dead growth.