Very few specimens of the Round-leaf Pomaderris – Pomaderris vacciniifolia are known to have been grown in cultivation. However there is some evidence that young plants that are regularly pruned can be successfully “shaped” and will continue to flower. Other species of Pomaderris are grown as attractive garden specimens.

Some success has been achieved in growing the plant from cuttings and transplanted seedlings. There have also been reports that the plant has been grown from seed in the past. It is hoped that in the near future plants will become available from local suppliers.

Note that it is illegal to take cuttings or collect seed from plants on public land without a permit.