It has been in cultivation for many years and is widely grown both in Australia and overseas. It has proven to be very hardy in a wide range of climates and most reasonably drained soils. It will grow in sunny or lightly shaded locations. Bear in mind it is very vigorous and is best grown on a strong support such as a fence or trellis rather then allow it to grow over smaller shrubs. Propagation is easy from seed following pre-treatment to break the physical dormancy provided by the impervious seed coat.
Hypocalymma robustum (Swan River myrtle) is a species of open shrub endemic to open forests and woodlands of the southwest region of Western Australia. It grows in the jarrah forests of our Darling Ranges near Perth.
I love them all but the last one always catches my eye as yellow (as some of you may know) is my favourite colour.