4 Plant Box

4 tube stock plants

$49.95

Pick and choose any combination of 4 of your favourite varieties from our range to create your own Native Plant Box.

If you’d like more than 4 plants, add your first selection of 4 to your cart, then build another box.

Please note, we carefully pack and ship your plants on Mondays only to ensure their safe arrival.

 

  • Acacia aphylla ‘Leafless Rock Wattle’ Foliage close-up

    Wattle

    Acacia aphylla ‘Leafless Rock Wattle’

    Native to WA, this shrubby wattle loves full or part sun and well drained soil. It is particularly...

    Native to WA, this shrubby wattle loves full or part sun and well drained soil. It is particularly beautiful for its complex, spiny leafless branch structure. It produces yellow flowers from late winter to mid spring and is drought and frost tolerant.

    Approx H: up to 2.5 metres W: up to 1.5 metres

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  • Banksia Banksia spinulosa ‘Honey Pots’

    Cootamundra Wattle

    Acacia baileyana

    A great fast growing small tree with soft feathery grey foliage and beautiful yellow...

    A great fast growing small tree with soft feathery grey foliage and beautiful yellow flowers over Winter.  Prefers sun to light shade, is good for cut flowers and nesting birds.  Drought tolerant.

    Approx: H: 6~8m   W: 3~5m

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  • Cootamundra Wattle

    Acacia baileyana ‘Purpurea’

    A great fast growing small tree with soft feathery grey foliage and beautiful yellow flowers over...

    A great fast growing small tree with soft feathery grey foliage and beautiful yellow flowers over Winter.  Prefers sun to light shade, is good for cut flowers and nesting birds.  Drought tolerant.

    Approx: H: 5~8m   W: 3~5m

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  • Wattle

    Acacia cognata ‘Burgundy Cascade’

    We love this plant for landscaping - it’s a beautiful large shrub with a weeping effect and...

    We love this plant for landscaping - it’s a beautiful large shrub with a weeping effect and attractive burgundy tones amongst the dense, year-round green foliage. Spring brings the classic yellow flowers of acacia. Fast growing up to 3 metres, it makes a great choice for screening, hedging, as a feature plant or even a wind break, happily growing in a range of soil types (even clay). Plant it in full sun to part shade. Light frost tolerant.

    H: 2-3m W: 1.5-2m

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  • Acacia cognata Lime Magik_1

    Wattle

    Acacia cognata ‘Lime Magik’

    This cheerfully bright large shrub to small tree has a pendulous habit with striking foliage in...

    This cheerfully bright large shrub to small tree has a pendulous habit with striking foliage in strong shades of glowing, lime-green. It makes for a stunning screen/hedge planting or a feature specimen and is particularly stunning amongst other deeper green foliage plants. An abundance of soft yellow flowers put on a show in late Winter and Spring. Ensure an open, sunny to lightly shaded spot.

    H: 3-10m W:3-4m

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  • Dwarf Golden Wattle Acacia drummondii ssp drummondii

    Dwarf Golden Wattle

    Acacia drummondii ssp drummondii

    With blue/green ferny leaves and bright yellow flowers from June to October this dwarf ornamental...

    With blue/green ferny leaves and bright yellow flowers from June to October this dwarf ornamental shrub is perfect for small gardens and rockeries.  It prefers well drained soil and full sun to part shade.  Moderately drought and frost resistant.  Best sown in Spring or Autumn.

    Approx: H: 0.6m   W: 0.5m

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  • Wattle

    Acacia glaucoptera – ‘Clay wattle’

    This spreading shrub is a lesser known variety of acacia that will add intriguing, ornamental...

    This spreading shrub is a lesser known variety of acacia that will add intriguing, ornamental foliage to your garden. It’s red-tinged new growth brings added interest and pretty yellow spot flowers bloom in Spring. Prune it regularly to keep it looking its best and encourage new growth. Will happily tolerate up to -7 degree frosts and grow in part sun, but also handles full sun and a dappled shady spot too. Something unusual to try draping over retainer walls, as a low border plant or an interesting specimen in pots.

    H:0.5m - 1.5m  W:2-3m

     

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  • Wattle

    Acacia howittii ‘Honey Bun’

    Putting on a Spring show with pale lemon ball shaped flowers that attract butterflies, this compact...

    Putting on a Spring show with pale lemon ball shaped flowers that attract butterflies, this compact and dense wattle is a great easy to care for plant. Works well in pots, for low hedging or mass planting, it prefers well drained soil and is frost tolerant.

    Approx: H: 1 metre W: 1 metre

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  • Acacia vestita ‘Hairy Wattle’ flower close-up

    Wattle

    Acacia vestita ‘Hairy Wattle’

    This weeping wattle with very dense foliage features golden flowers in Spring and greyish foliage...

    This weeping wattle with very dense foliage features golden flowers in Spring and greyish foliage make it a popular choice. A medium to tall shrub, use as a low wind break, screening plant or on its own. Be sure to give it a light prune after flowering to ensure a good show the following year.

    Approx H: up to 3 metres W: up to 3 metres

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  • Woolly Bush

    Adenanthos serecia ‘Silver Streak’

    This upright plant with delightfully silky, silvery foliage makes a very useful screening plant,...

    This upright plant with delightfully silky, silvery foliage makes a very useful screening plant, cut foliage for arrangements and even an Australian native Christmas tree.

    Great in larger pots, pruning the tips will help it flourish in Spring and Summer when it produces red, bird attracting flowers. Low maintenance, frost tolerant plant that’s particularly good for coastal areas. It requires full sun to dappled shade.

    Approx H: 2.5 metres W: 1.5 metres

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  • Dwarf Woolly Bush

    Adenanthos serecia dwarf

    Growing to around a metre high and wide this lovely silvery shrub with soft, tactile wooly foliage...

    Growing to around a metre high and wide this lovely silvery shrub with soft, tactile wooly foliage is a low maintenance plant that can tolerate frost and is particularly good for coastal areas. It requires full sun to dappled shade. Beautiful small red flowers in Spring.

    Approx H: 0.8 metre W: 0.8 metre

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  • Adiantum Capillus-veneris ‘Maidenhair Fern’ close up

    Maidenhair Fern

    Adiantum Capillus-veneris ‘Maidenhair Fern’

    Great for a shady garden, indoor plant or hanging basket this popular garden fern with its small...

    Great for a shady garden, indoor plant or hanging basket this popular garden fern with its small fan shaped leaves will bring beauty wherever it's planted. It requires full shade to dappled light and will need watering over Summer.

    Approx H: up to .05 metres W: up to 0.5 metres

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  • Native Hibiscus - Alyogyne huegelii ‘West Coast Gem’

    Native Hibiscus

    Alyogyne huegelii ‘West Coast Gem’

    This medium sized shrub has a long flowering period (Spring, Summer, Autumn), is fast growing and...

    This medium sized shrub has a long flowering period (Spring, Summer, Autumn), is fast growing and playground friendly.  It attracts butterflies and bees and works well as an informal hedge.  It enjoys a sunny position, well drained soil, benefits from a native fertilizer in Spring and a light prune/shape after Spring.

    Approx H: up to 2m W: up to 1.5m

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  • Native Hibiscus

    Alyogyne wrayae ‘Blue Healer’

    Low maintenance and hardy with striking purple-mauve flowers, this low form of Native Hibiscus is...

    Low maintenance and hardy with striking purple-mauve flowers, this low form of Native Hibiscus is perfect for smaller gardens. Growing up to 50cm high and spreading to a metre, it’s best planted in the ground in rockeries or as a feature plant, but also works well in large pots on sunny balconies and courtyards providing it’s kept moist yet well drained. Blooming from spring right through to autumn, the hibiscus like flowers can be short lived but will re-bloom regularly in warmer climates. Try a weak liquid fertiliser to encourage longer flowering and prune lightly after a flush of flowers.

    H 0.3 - 0.5m W:0.5 - 1.0m

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  • Anigozanthos 'Bush Pearl' close up

    Kangaroo Paw

    Anigozanthos 'Bush Pearl'

    Great for a pot and for cut flowers, this dwarf kangaroo paw will...

    Great for a pot and for cut flowers, this dwarf kangaroo paw will produce pink hued flowers all year round.  It prefers sun to light shade and will attract nectar eating birds.  Feed with a native fertiliser through the warmer months and tidy up dead flowers by cutting the stem close to the ground.

    Approx H: up to 0.8 metres W: up to 0.7 metres

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  • Anigozanthos ‘Blue Diamond’ close-up

    Kangaroo Paw

    Anigozanthos ‘Bush Diamond'

    Varying from white to white with touch of pink this dwarf kangaroo...

    Varying from white to white with touch of pink this dwarf kangaroo paw will flower all year round and performs well in a pot.  It prefers sun to light shade and will attract nectar eating birds.  Feed with a native fertiliser through the warm months and tidy up dead flowers by cutting the stem close to the ground.

    Approx H: up to 0.8 metres W: up to 0.6 metres

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  • Kangaroo Paw

    Anigozanthos ‘Bush Fury’

    Flowering all year this hardy plant will deliver colour and interest to your garden, courtyard or...

    Flowering all year this hardy plant will deliver colour and interest to your garden, courtyard or balcony as well as attract native birds and bees. It prefers a sunny spot but can cope with light shade and likes well drained soil. To stimulate new shoots, feed in Spring and Autumn after cutting back the Summer flowers. Makes great cut flowers.

    Approx H: 1.2 metres W: 1 metre

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  • Anigozanthos - Landscape Gold close-up

    Kangaroo Paw

    Anigozanthos ‘Landscape Gold’

    With bright yellow flowers in spring and summer this taller kangaroo...

    With bright yellow flowers in spring and summer this taller kangaroo paw grows well in a range of soils and positions.  It prefers sun to part shade and should have a tidy up once a year after the flowers die down by cutting the stem close to the ground. Use a native fertiliser whilst flowering.  Can tolerate light frost.

    Approx H: up to 2 metres W: up to 0.5 metres

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  • Anigozanthos rufus Kings Park Federation Flame close up image of orange and red flower

    Kangaroo Paw

    Anigozanthos rufus ‘Kings Park Federation Flame’

    A striking orange colour form of the red kangaroo paw, this particular variety was specially...

    A striking orange colour form of the red kangaroo paw, this particular variety was specially selected by the Kings Park Plant Breeding team for landscape planting in celebration of the Centenary of Federation of Australia in 2001. It’s a strappy-leaved plant like its relatives with grey-green foliage and produces an abundance of flowers from late spring to early summer. When mass planted with other kangaroo paws, they make an excellent display and will attract honeyeaters. Try it as a container plant to make a statement or in your favourite sunny, well drained spot in large or small gardens. As with all Kangaroo Paws, cut the spent flower back to ground level at the end of flowering.

    H: 1.2-1.5m W:0.8-1m

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  • Backhousia citriodora-Lemon Myrtle close up of white flower

    Lemon Myrtle

    Backhousia citriodora

    We love this variety - for both its use as a bush food as well as its ornamental qualities.
    A...

    We love this variety - for both its use as a bush food as well as its ornamental qualities.
    A small to medium tree with glossy green aromatic leaves and fluffy white flowerheads from Summer through to Autumn, it also offers culinary uses for flavouring all sorts of dishes. It can be kept as a shrub with regulary pruning. Be sure to plant in a sunny spot with well drained soil and feed regularly during the warmer months of the year. Typically a rainforest specimen, it can take light frosts, but the foliage will be damaged.

    H: 3-8m W: 1-5m

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  • Banksia Ashbyi details of orange gold flower spikes flower

    Ashbys Banksia

    Banksia ashbyi

    This variety of Banksia is decorative even when not in flower. Interesting, deeply notched foliage...

    This variety of Banksia is decorative even when not in flower. Interesting, deeply notched foliage in blue grey play great foil to attractive orange gold flower spikes from around mid Spring to early Summer. A variable variety from Western Australia, it’s a small tree form, so find a well drained sunny spot for it in your garden.

    H: 3-7m W: 2-5m

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  • Banksia baueri - Teddy Bear Banksia flower cones

    Banksia

    Banksia baueri ‘Teddy Bear Banksia’

    Low maintenance and compact this small shrub with large, woolly cream/orange flower heads is...

    Low maintenance and compact this small shrub with large, woolly cream/orange flower heads is fantastic for pots and enjoys a sunny position. Bird attracting and flowers late winter to spring.

    Approx H: up to 2-4 metres W: up to 2-4 metres

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  • Banksia blechnifolia

    Groundcover Banksia

    Banksia blechnifolia

    A striking prostrate ground cover for a sunny spot flowering in Spring – Summer with dramatic...

    A striking prostrate ground cover for a sunny spot flowering in Spring – Summer with dramatic flower heads. When not in flower enjoy the interesting serrated green foliage. A hardy plant that can handle a light frosts and prefers well drained soil. Try it in pots for a dramatic statement.

    Approx H: 0.2 metres W: 1 metre

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  • Banksia Banksia ericifolia ‘Orange Glow’

    Banksia

    Banksia ericifolia ‘Orange Glow’

    This striking compact shrub with large orange flowers (about 20cm in length) will be sure to...

    This striking compact shrub with large orange flowers (about 20cm in length) will be sure to brighten up your garden and attract birds. It likes full sun to part shade and well-drained soil. When not in flower from Autumn – Winter, enjoy its soft ferny upright branches.

    Approx H: up to 2.5 metres W: up to 2.5 metres

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  • Banksia

    Banksia ericifolia x spinulosa ‘Giant Candles’

    Massive, long lasting flower spikes are the stand out feature of this cultivar, with dramatic...

    Massive, long lasting flower spikes are the stand out feature of this cultivar, with dramatic orange flowers up to 40cm long in winter to spring. It’s an adaptable large shrub that can be planted as a screen, hedge or feature plant, and of course for its cut flowers. It can grow up to 5 metres if left unpruned. Find a sunny, well drained position and watch it flourish.

    H: 3-4m W: 2-2.5m

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  • Banksia grandis close up of creamy yellow flower

    Bull Banksia

    Banksia grandis

    The spectacular creamy yellow flower heads and large ‘toothed’ foilage ensures this iconic West...

    The spectacular creamy yellow flower heads and large ‘toothed’ foilage ensures this iconic West Australian Banskia is a great feature shrub for the garden. Evergreen and spreading, this large shrub is particularly good for coastal areas (doesn’t like excessive humidity), is a great option for a statement container plant and the low maintenance gardener!

    H: 4-8m W: 3-5m

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  • Banksia paludosa ‘Little Pal’ cone close-up

    Banksia

    Banksia paludosa ‘Little Pal’

    This little shrub will brighten up the cooler months with beautiful yellow flowers from autumn to...

    This little shrub will brighten up the cooler months with beautiful yellow flowers from autumn to winter. Its dense growth provides shelter to lizards and the nectar attracts birds. This low maintenance plant is very versatile – try it in containers, courtyards or poolside. Tolerates heavy frost, enjoys sun to light shade and well drained soil.

    Approx H: up to 0.5 metres W: up to 1.2 metres

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  • Banksia petiolaris foliage with deep red cones

    Banksia

    Banksia petiolaris

    An eye-catching, ground cover with bright yellow prostrate flowers and lovely serrated silver, grey...

    An eye-catching, ground cover with bright yellow prostrate flowers and lovely serrated silver, grey leaves. It prefers well drained soil and full sun but can tolerate dappled shade. Use on embankments to control erosion. Bird attracting.

    Approx H: up to 0.5 metres W: up to 2 metres

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  • Banksia praemorsa ‘Cut Leaf Banksia’ red flower cone close-up

    Banksia

    Banksia praemorsa ‘Cut Leaf Banksia’

    Flowering in spring/summer this medium shrub is not only stunning but hardy as well. The flowers...

    Flowering in spring/summer this medium shrub is not only stunning but hardy as well. The flowers vary from bright yellow to dark red and attracts birds by providing shelter. Tolerates coastal exposure, moderate frost, alkaline soils and dry conditions. Prefers sun to light shade.

    Approx H: up to 2-4 metres W: up to 2-3 metres

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  • Banksia

    Banksia prionotes – ‘Acorn Banksia’

    It might be hard to get established in the garden, but this impressive banksia will reward you with...

    It might be hard to get established in the garden, but this impressive banksia will reward you with bright, arresting flowers. Consider it for a large container, otherwise it can grow to a tall shrub or small tree in your garden but must have extremely well drained soil and full sun to thrive. Humid summers are not their friends, so best suited to temperate and coastal conditions. The flowers are stunning in vases and this variety is used commercially for cut flower production.

    H: 5-10m. W: 4-5m

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    Banksia robur – ‘Swamp Banksia’

    Fast growing and hardy to frosts once established, this dramatic looking banksia is adaptable to a...

    Fast growing and hardy to frosts once established, this dramatic looking banksia is adaptable to a wide range of conditions and soils. It needs full sun for best flowering, but can grow in part shade. Blue green flowers turn yellow-green and as the flower continues to age to interesting brown and grey shades. The large serrated leaves and velvety coating of brown hairs make this variety full of attractive features.

    H: 1-2m. W: 1-2m

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  • Banksia spinulosa ‘Black Magic’ foliage

    Banksia

    Banksia spinulosa ‘Black Magic’

    This small, compact shrub is an ideal choice for mass planting, in small groups or containers in...

    This small, compact shrub is an ideal choice for mass planting, in small groups or containers in rockeries, smaller gardens or on decks, courtyards or balconies. Golden flowers contrasting with black for a dramatic effect appear from Winter to Spring and is appreciated by nectar loving birds. Tolerates light frost and a light drought and best planted in full sun to part shade in a well-drained soil.

    H 1.0 ~1.5m   W  1.0~1.2m

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  • Hairpin Banksia Banksia spinulosa ‘Coastal Cushion’

    Hairpin Banksia

    Banksia spinulosa ‘Coastal Cushion’

    A vigorous growing ground cover, drought resistant and frost tolerant.  Produces beautiful golden...

    A vigorous growing ground cover, drought resistant and frost tolerant.  Produces beautiful golden spike flowers through Autumn and Winter which like most banksias, are also great for cut flowers and good for containers. Copes with most soil types and prefers sun to part shade.  Highly bird attracting.

    Approx: H: 0.6m W: 0.6m

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    Banksia spinulosa ‘Dwarf Red’

    This low growing banksia boasts large golden flowers with red highlights that put on a show from...

    This low growing banksia boasts large golden flowers with red highlights that put on a show from autumn right through winter. A great choice for tubs, pots and rockeries, birds and bees also love this attractive variety. Be sure to plant it in well-drained soil in full sun to part shade.

    H: 0.8m W:0.8m

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  • Banksia spinulosa ‘Honey Pots’

    Banksia

    Banksia spinulosa ‘Honey Pots’

    Fantastic for smaller gardens, rockeries and containers, they look great mass planted or are useful...

    Fantastic for smaller gardens, rockeries and containers, they look great mass planted or are useful for filling in gaps with its dense habit.  Also responds well to pruning for a more dense plant. Flowers autumn through to winter. Frost tolerant and prefers sun to light shade. The birds will love it too.

    Approx: H:1m  W:1m

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  • Banksia spinulosa ‘Stumpy Gold’

    Banksia

    Banksia spinulosa ‘Stumpy Gold’

    Think of this shrub for smaller gardens, rockeries or containers.  It has wonderful upright...

    Think of this shrub for smaller gardens, rockeries or containers.  It has wonderful upright flowers during Spring, Autumn and Winter and looks fantastic planted on mass. Birds will love it too.  It suits mild acid to alkaline soils and is light frost tolerant.

    Approx H: 0.4 - 0.5 metres W: 1 - 1.5 metres

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  • Boronia Plum Bells close up

    Boronia

    Boronia ‘Plum Bells’

    Flowering in spring with bright plumb coloured, bell shaped blooms as its name suggests, this small...

    Flowering in spring with bright plumb coloured, bell shaped blooms as its name suggests, this small to medium shrub will look fabulous in a garden bed or en masse in a pot. It can tolerate part sun and likes well drained, mulched soil.

    Approx H: up to 1 metre W: up to 1 metre

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  • Boronia

    Boronia crenulata ‘Super Dooper’

    A sensational variety when planted en masse, the hardy Super Dooper has large, purple perfumed bell...

    A sensational variety when planted en masse, the hardy Super Dooper has large, purple perfumed bell shaped flowers that put on a show for the most of the year. Try it in pots and containers as well as your desired sunny or partly shaded spot in the garden. Ensure well drained soil and light pruning after flowering to retain its shape.

    H: 1m   W: 1m

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  • Boronia megastigma

    Brown Boronia

    Boronia megastigma

    A short-lived but beautifully perfumed shrub that flowers in Spring is well worth making room for...

    A short-lived but beautifully perfumed shrub that flowers in Spring is well worth making room for in your garden. Also great in a pot where you can move it to the best spot to enjoy it’s unmistakable scent. Grows to a metre high and the flowers can be cut to bring inside. It prefers light shade and well to moderately drained soil.

    Approx H: 1 .5 metre W: 1 metre

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  • Boronia megastigma lutea

    Yellow Boronia

    Boronia megastigma lutea

    This small evergreen shrub with its aromatic leaves and masses of sweetly perfumed lemon bell...

    This small evergreen shrub with its aromatic leaves and masses of sweetly perfumed lemon bell shaped flowers will make a great addition to garden beds, borders and pots. A wonderful cut flowers for its colour, shape and an unmistakable scent. This boronia thrives in a partly shaded position with moist, well-drained soil.

    Approx H: 0.8 metres W: 0.6 metres

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  • Bulbine Lily - Bulbine bulbosa flowers close-up

    Bulbine Lily

    Bulbine bulbosa

    This lily will brighten up your garden from spring right through to early Autumn with its lovely...

    This lily will brighten up your garden from spring right through to early Autumn with its lovely fragrant flowers. It is great for rockeries, works well en masse in containers and can cope with a range of soil types and frost.  It does like to be kept moist and may die off in dry periods, but will resprout with water.

    Approx H: ~0.8m W: ~0.5m

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  • Bottlebrush Callistemon ‘Kings Park Special’

    Bottlebrush

    Callistemon ‘Kings Park Special’

    This is a particularly hardy bottlebrush with bright red flowers and can cope with a variety of...

    This is a particularly hardy bottlebrush with bright red flowers and can cope with a variety of soil types and positions but prefers sun to light shade. Either prune it to shape or leave it to grow naturally into a small tree.  It will attract nectar loving birds into your garden. Fast growing and tolerates heavy frost.

    Approx H: 3~4m W: 3~4m

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  • Bottlebrush Callistemon ‘Little John’

    Bottlebrush

    Callistemon ‘Little John’

    With dark red flowers in Spring/Summer and beautiful soft grey/blue foliage, this compact...

    With dark red flowers in Spring/Summer and beautiful soft grey/blue foliage, this compact bottlebrush can be put to good use as a low hedge, in a pot or rockery. It copes with a variety of soils, can withstand moderate frost and once established is drought friendly. Bees, nectar loving birds and butterflies will be attracted to this bottlebrush. Sun/light shade.

    Approx H: ~1m W: ~1m

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  • Bottlebrush Callistemon ‘White Anzac’

    Bottlebrush

    Callistemon ‘White Anzac’

    This is a hardy bottlebrush that grows low and wide and can cope with a variety of soil types. ...

    This is a hardy bottlebrush that grows low and wide and can cope with a variety of soil types.  Enjoy the white flowered bottlebrushes from Spring to Summer and plant in sun to light shade.  Pruning after flowering will help it from becoming straggly.  Suitable for poolside planting, it is drought resistant and low maintenance – and bees, nectar loving birds and butterflies love it.

    Approx H: ~1m W: ~2m

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  • Bottlebrush

    Callistemon viminalis ‘Pink Alma’

    Mix up the classic red shades of Callistemon with the unusual, pretty mid-pink hues of ‘Pink...

    Mix up the classic red shades of Callistemon with the unusual, pretty mid-pink hues of ‘Pink Alma’. It’s a compact yet large shrub, forming attractive branches flowering profusely in spring and again (but less so) in autumn. Adaptable to sub-tropical to cool climates and most soil types, birds also live this adaptable variety.

    H: 1.5-2.5m   W: 1.5- 2m

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  • Calothamnus quadrifidus

    One sided Bottle Brush

    Calothamnus quadrifidus

    The One-sided Bottle Brush produces attractive flowers and foliage, similar to its close relative...

    The One-sided Bottle Brush produces attractive flowers and foliage, similar to its close relative the Bottle Brush. Loved by nectar feeding wildlife, this variety is perfect for hedging or a general garden shrub. From late Winter through to Summer it produces red flowers.  Pruning after flowering will encourage a more dense habit. Prefers full sun or light shade.

    Approx H: 1 - 1.5 metres W: 1.5 metres

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  • Dwarf Sheoak Casuarina glauca ‘Cousin It’

    Dwarf Sheoak

    Casuarina glauca ‘Cousin It’

    This unusual plant is beautiful not so much for its flowers but for its magnificent...

    This unusual plant is beautiful not so much for its flowers but for its magnificent cascading foliage.  Sheoak will cope with a variety of soil types and works well spilling over rockeries or the side of pots or draped over hillocks.  It works as an effective weed suppressant and is low maintenance. Drought and frost tolerant. Note that heavy frost may cause browning off of the top foliage but new growth will follow.

    Approx: H: 0.1~0.2m W: 1~2m

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  • Chamelaucium ‘Dancing Queen’ PBR with delightful ruffled lilac and pink blooms

    Geraldton Wax

    Chamelaucium ‘Dancing Queen’ PBR

    It’s the stunning double flowers that’s inspired the ‘Dancing Queen’ reference! A medium,...

    It’s the stunning double flowers that’s inspired the ‘Dancing Queen’ reference! A medium, upright shrub, this variety makes for a great feature plant and cut flower. Happily grows in sand, loam and clay loam as long as there’s good drainage and can tolerate a light frost. Flowers profusely in Winter to Spring with dark reddish-purple buds that open to delightful ruffled lilac/pink blooms.

    H:2m W:1.5m

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  • Chamelaucium Leeman Pearl PBR with pure white blooms with a lemon centre

    Geraldton Wax

    Chamelaucium ‘Leeman Pearl’ PBR

    This rounded shrub produces late Spring season pure white blooms with a lemon centre. Expect an...

    This rounded shrub produces late Spring season pure white blooms with a lemon centre. Expect an extended flowering period as the plant matures, complimented by the backdrop of fresh, green fine foliage creating a wonderful display. Let this variety thrive in an open, sunny position with well drained soil. Tolerant of hot and dry conditions and low water requirements once established.

    H:3m W:1.5m

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  • Chamelaucium Strawberry Surprise PBR with mid pink blooms

    Geraldton Wax

    Chamelaucium ‘Strawberry Surprise’ PBR

    This hardy native was bred specifically for the cut flower market so you can expect a...

    This hardy native was bred specifically for the cut flower market so you can expect a profusion of large waxy flowers on long stems once established. The pretty mid pink blooms create a spectacle against the fine green foliage from late Winter to early Spring.

    Like most Waxflowers, it will grow in a variety of well drained soils, prefers a sunny position but will grow in part shade (flowering may be compromised). Light frost tolerant.

    H:2m  W:1.5m

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  • Geraldton Wax Chamelaucium uncinatum ‘My Sweet Sixteen’ PBR

    Geraldton Wax

    Chamelaucium uncinatum ‘My Sweet Sixteen’ PBR

    An evergreen shrub with masses of pure white waxy funnelform flowers that mature to a striking...

    An evergreen shrub with masses of pure white waxy funnelform flowers that mature to a striking rich-red creating a tri-colour effect of white, pink and red blooms from early Spring. This variety brings some height and colour to your garden with its rounded shrub formation and blooms that are great as a cut flower. Low maintenance and hardy, it prefers an open sunny position or part shade, can grow in a range of soil types (including pots), handles a light frost and has low water requirements once established. Try adding a slow release fertiliser during Spring to assist flowering.

    H 2m   W 1.5m

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  • Geraldton Wax Chamelaucium uncinatum ‘Raspberry Ripple’ PBR flowering foliage

    Geraldton Wax

    Chamelaucium uncinatum ‘Raspberry Ripple’ PBR

    An evergreen shrub with masses of pretty dark pink to crimson flowers from early to mid Spring....

    An evergreen shrub with masses of pretty dark pink to crimson flowers from early to mid Spring. This variety brings some height and colour to your garden with its rounded shrub formation and waxy blooms that are great as a cut flower. Low maintenance and hardy, it prefers an open sunny position or part shade, can grow in a range of soil types (including pots), handles a light frost and has low water requirements once established.

    H  2m   W 1.5m

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  • Geraldton Wax Chamelaucium uncinatum ‘Sarah’s Delight’ PBR flowering foliage

    Geraldton Wax

    Chamelaucium uncinatum ‘Sarah’s Delight’ PBR  

    An evergreen shrub with masses of bright pink waxy funnelform flowers with crimson centres that...

    An evergreen shrub with masses of bright pink waxy funnelform flowers with crimson centres that appear from late Winter and throughout Spring. This variety brings some height and colour to your garden with its rounded shrub formation and blooms that are great as a cut flower. Low maintenance and hardy, it prefers an open sunny position or part shade, can grow in a range of soil types (including pots), handles a light frost and has low water requirements once established. Try adding a slow release fertiliser during Spring to assist flowering.

    H 2m   W 1.5m

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  • Clustered Everlasting Crysoephalum apiculatum ‘Silver & Gold’

    Clustered Everlasting

    Chrysocephalum apiculatum ‘Silver & Gold’

    A hard working ground cover that can spread over one metre with its attractive...

    A hard working ground cover that can spread over one metre with its attractive grey/green foliage and bright yellow flowers for a large part of the year. Not only does it look striking but it will help suppress weeds as well as act as a natural mulch.  Tough, fast growing and drought tolerant.  Try this native in pots too.

    Approx: H: 0.2m W: 1m

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  • Chrysocephalum apiculatum ramosissimum

    Yellow Buttons

    Chrysocephalum apiculatum ramosissimum

    An attractive prostrate groundcover producing small, yellow, button like flowers from Spring to...

    An attractive prostrate groundcover producing small, yellow, button like flowers from Spring to late Autumn. It grows well in sun or part shade and is water-wise and light frost tolerant. It prefers well drained soil. Ideal for coastal gardens and works well in pots.

    Approx H: 0.20m W: 1 metre

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  • Cottonheads - Constylis candicans flower

    Cottonheads

    Constylis candicans

    This grass like clumping perennial produces bright yellow flowers from Winter to Summer.  Great...

    This grass like clumping perennial produces bright yellow flowers from Winter to Summer.  Great for containers, as a border or ground cover and can cope with dry spells and moderate frost.  Prefers full sun to light shade and well drained soil.

    Approx: H: ~0.5m  W: ~0.7m

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  • Correa ‘Canberra Bells’, Native Fuchsia flower close up

    Correa

    Correa ‘Canberra Bells’, Native Fuchsia

    This hybrid was created for Canberra’s centenary. A compact shrub that produces red and white...

    This hybrid was created for Canberra’s centenary. A compact shrub that produces red and white bicoloured flowers during autumn and early winter. A light trim after flowering will keep it compact. It may need some watering during dry periods and prefers sunny to part shady spots in the garden.

    Approx H: up to 1 metre W: up to 1 metre

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  • Native Fuchsia Correa ‘Dusky Bells’

    Native Fuchsia

    Correa ‘Dusky Bells’

    Flowering from Autumn through Winter and into Spring, this shrub will brighten your garden with its...

    Flowering from Autumn through Winter and into Spring, this shrub will brighten your garden with its profuse flowering nature.  It grows best in moist, well drained soil and attracts small birds.  If pruned after flowering it will promote dense growth.  Sun to half shade and light frost.  Fertilise in Spring.

    Approx H: 0.5m W: 2m

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  • Correa alba prostrate

    Correa

    Correa alba prostrate

    A very hardy silver, round leafed groundcover, low shrub that looks great planted on mass and...

    A very hardy silver, round leafed groundcover, low shrub that looks great planted on mass and performs well in coastal areas. It can be pruned to maintain shape and has an open, starry white flower in Autumn and Winter. Drought tolerant and likes a sunny to part shade position in the garden.

    Approx H: up to 0.3 metres W: up to 1.2 metres

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  • Correa glabra

    Rock Correa

    Correa glabra

    This tall shrub with its vibrant leaves has a long flowering period of creamy, lime flowers...

    This tall shrub with its vibrant leaves has a long flowering period of creamy, lime flowers reminiscent of fushias during Winter and into Spring. It can be used as a low screen, is very hardy and grows in a variety of soil types preferring a sunny position.

    Approx H: 1.8 metres W: 1.8 metres

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  • Waxflower Crowea saligna ‘Large Flower’

    Waxflower

    Crowea saligna ‘Large Flower’

    This will bring colour to your Autumn/Winter garden with beautiful pink flowers.

    This will bring colour to your Autumn/Winter garden with beautiful pink flowers.  Whilst preferring part shade it can tolerate sun with more watering.  It prefers well drained, moist soils so mulching is beneficial.  Great for containers, courtyards and coastal gardens. Low maintenance and attracts bees and butterflies.

    Approx H: ~1m W: ~0.6m

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  • Dampiera diversifolia

    Kangaroo Lobelia

    Dampiera diversifolia

    Hailing from the south of Western Australia, this groundcover is hardy and frost tolerant. It will...

    Hailing from the south of Western Australia, this groundcover is hardy and frost tolerant. It will reward you in Spring and Summer with bright blue flowers, adding contrast and vibrancy in the garden or pots. It grows best in a sunny to part shade situation.

    Approx H: 0.1 metres W; 1 metre

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  • Darwinia citriodora with yellow with red stigmas to an orange red.

    Lemon Scented Myrtle

    Darwinia citriodora

    A compact, rounded shrub, it’s best used as a foliage plant in groups of three or more. Its...

    A compact, rounded shrub, it’s best used as a foliage plant in groups of three or more. Its winter colouring of dark purple leaves, attractive lemon-scented foliage and the fact that it is virtually pest-free make it an ideal plant for this purpose. Pretty pendulous clusters of flowers bloom from July often through to January and mature from a yellow with red stigmas to an orange red.

    H:1.5m W:1.5m

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  • Prostrate Lemon Scented Myrtle Darwinia citriodora prostrate form

    Prostrate Lemon Scented Myrtle

    Darwinia citriodora prostrate form

    This spreading shrub will reward you with orange flowers from July to January, beautiful blue/green...

    This spreading shrub will reward you with orange flowers from July to January, beautiful blue/green foliage with a lemony scent when crushed.  It can be used as an informal hedge, ground cover or in a pot, is drought tolerant and bird attracting.

    Approx H: ~0.5m W: 0.5~1m

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  • Native Flax Dianella ‘Silver Streak’ close-up

    Native Flax

    Dianella ‘Silver Streak’

    This hybrid Dianella is an ideal low maintenance plant to use in borders, in pots or as an accent...

    This hybrid Dianella is an ideal low maintenance plant to use in borders, in pots or as an accent plant. It’s attractive variegated green and white foliage adds interest and lightness to your garden - and sprays of (sterile) pale blue flowers from Spring to Summer add further dimension to this tough, drought tolerant variety. Best suited to warmer climates as it’s frost tender.

    H 0.4~0.5m   W 0.4 ~ 0.5m

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  • Disphyma crassifolium subsp. Clavellatum

    Round Leaf Pigface

    Disphyma crassifolium subsp. Clavellatum

    This is a succulent, evergreen shrub with crimson-purple flower that can grow in a range of soils....

    This is a succulent, evergreen shrub with crimson-purple flower that can grow in a range of soils. Use as a groundcover, hanging baskets, informal edging, in crevices, for a spillover effect or on a slope to prevent soil erosion. It thrives in a sunny position and will flower year round.

    Approx H: 0.2 metres W: 2.0 metres

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  • Dryandra Formosa ‘Showy Dyandra’ macro close up of flower

    Showy Dyandra

    Dryandra Formosa ‘Showy Dyandra’

    This medium shrub produces gorgeous yellow/orange flowers in spring which look fabulous in a vase....

    This medium shrub produces gorgeous yellow/orange flowers in spring which look fabulous in a vase. It prefers well drained soil and a full sun to part shade position. Drought resistant and tolerates light frost.

    Approx H: up to 3 metres W: up to 2 metres

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  • Native Heath Epacris impressa ‘Bega’

    Native Heath

    Epacris impressa ‘Bega’

    Enjoy masses of bell shaped red flowers from Autumn and Winter to Spring and plant in well drained...

    Enjoy masses of bell shaped red flowers from Autumn and Winter to Spring and plant in well drained soil.  It enjoys a sunny to part shade position and mulching will help keep the roots cool. To keep compact prune after flowering. Also suitable for pots and tolerates light frost.

    Approx H: 1~1.5m W: ~1m

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  • Eremophila glabra ‘Kalbarri Carpet’

    Tar Bush

    Eremophila glabra ‘Kalbarri Carpet’

    The soft grey foliage of this hardy ground cover looks beautiful whilst flowering in Spring and...

    The soft grey foliage of this hardy ground cover looks beautiful whilst flowering in Spring and Summer but equally lovely without.  It spreads out to around two metres, needs well-drained soil and is drought and frost tolerant.  It looks most effective planted as a mass and is great for retaining walls or on banks to prevent soil erosion. Suitable for pots.

    Approx H: 0.2 metres W: 1.5 metres

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  • Emu Bush

    Eremophila glabra ‘Silver Ball’

    A wonderfully useful shrub with silver grey leaves that contrast well against other plants or to...

    A wonderfully useful shrub with silver grey leaves that contrast well against other plants or to lighten up spaces in your garden with its silvery foliage. It’s attractive compact shape and profusion of small yellow flowers in spring and into summer are loved by birds - and it will happily thrive in both coastal and inland gardens, loamy to saline soils. Give it a light trim and a native fertiliser once a year to keep it looking its best.

    H: 0.7m-1m W:0.7m-1m

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  • Eremophila glabra prostrate Burgundy close up with red-brown bloom

    Burgundy Emu Bush

    Eremophila glabra prostrate ‘Burgundy’

    A hard working, wide spreading native ground cover bred for landscaping tricky sites. It flowers...

    A hard working, wide spreading native ground cover bred for landscaping tricky sites. It flowers all winter long with delicate red-brown blooms and features small, grey green leaves. Think of it as a living mulch – it’s happy in coastal, country or suburban settings as long as there’s plenty of sun, well drained soil and low humidity.

    H: 30cm W: 2m

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  • Goodenia ovate - Gold Cover golden yellow flowers

    Goodenia

    Goodenia ovate ‘Gold Cover’

    On banks and retaining walls, a filler plant under shrubs and trees, as a ground...

    On banks and retaining walls, a filler plant under shrubs and trees, as a ground covering, in containers or hanging baskets for courtyards and patios - this Goodenia is a most adaptable native variety. Lush green foliage and massed golden yellow flowers put on a show in the warmer months of the year. Prune every so often to keep growth dense and use a little slow release fertilizer to help this otherwise very low maintenance ground cover look its best.

    H: 0.2m  W: 1-2m

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  • Grevillea lanigera x rosmarinifolia - Lemon Daze close up with bright yellow and pink flower

    Grevillea

    Grevillea  lanigera x rosmarinifolia ‘Lemon Daze’

    Long flowering with bright yellow and pink pendulous blooms, this grevillea variety will delight...

    Long flowering with bright yellow and pink pendulous blooms, this grevillea variety will delight gardeners looking for an easy care, small feature shrub that attracts birds and provides gorgeous cut flowers. Plant in a sunny spot and give it a light occasional prune to ensure good, dense growth. Flowers from Autumn right through to Spring.

    H: 0.8m- 1.5m W: 0.8m-1.5m

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  • Grevillea Grevillea ‘Coconut Ice’

    Grevillea

    Grevillea ‘Coconut Ice’

    Nectar loving birds love grevillea and small birds can use the plant to nest. Great as a hedge or...

    Nectar loving birds love grevillea and small birds can use the plant to nest. Great as a hedge or feature plant this hardy medium sized shrub once established is drought tolerant and can tolerate light frost. Enjoy the cream/pink flowers from Spring through to Winter.

    Approx H: 1~1.5m W: ~2m

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  • Grevillea Grevillea ‘Firecracker’

    Grevillea

    Grevillea ‘Firecracker’

    A smaller grevillea suitable as a small hedge or great as a mass planting in larger areas.  It...

    A smaller grevillea suitable as a small hedge or great as a mass planting in larger areas.  It flowers profusely with beautiful, spider-like flowers in pink and white.  Once established is drought and frost tolerant and like all grevilleas is bird attracting. Good in a container.

    Approx H: ~0.5m W: ~0.8m

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  • Grevillea Grevillea ‘Hills Jubilee’

    Grevillea

    Grevillea ‘Hills Jubilee’

    A smaller grevillea suitable as a small hedge or great as a mass planting in larger areas.  It...

    A smaller grevillea suitable as a small hedge or great as a mass planting in larger areas.  It flowers profusely with beautiful, spider-like flowers in pink and white.  Once established is drought and frost tolerant and like all grevilleas is bird attracting. Good in a container.

    Approx H: ~1m W: ~1m

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  • Grevillea ‘New Blood’

    Grevillea

    Grevillea ‘New Blood’

    This is a great low, spreading shrub that will flower for most of the year with red, bird...

    This is a great low, spreading shrub that will flower for most of the year with red, bird attracting flowers. Try it as a feature plant in pots or for a massing groundcover in rockeries.

    Approx H: 0.2 metres W 1 metre

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  • Grevillea ‘Robyn Gordon’ macro close up of bright red flower

    Grevillea

    Grevillea ‘Robyn Gordon’

    What’s not to love about one of the most popular grevilleas – it’s growth is compact, flowers...

    What’s not to love about one of the most popular grevilleas – it’s growth is compact, flowers all year round, attracts birds and is happy in a wide range of soil types and climates. Keep trimming off spent flowers and feed in spring with a good native fertilizer to keep this otherwise low maintenance plant in top shape. Try it in full sun or light shade, in containers, mass planted for a low hedge effect, within a flower bed - the options are endless.

    H: 1-1.5m W: 0.5-1.5m

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  • Grevillea Grevillea ‘Superb’

    Grevillea

    Grevillea ‘Superb’

    With beautiful red/orange flowers all year round & peaking in winter this...

    With beautiful red/orange flowers all year round & peaking in winter this grevillea does well as an informal hedge or a feature shrub on its own.  Frost and drought tolerant once established and bird attracting.  To keep compact give it a light trim each year.  Likes well drained soil and a sunny position.

    Approx H: 1.5~2m W: 1.5~2m

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  • Grevillea ‘Winter Delight’

    Grevillea

    Grevillea ‘Winter Delight’

    This grevillea brightens up your Winter garden with its red and cream coloured flowers, attracting...

    This grevillea brightens up your Winter garden with its red and cream coloured flowers, attracting nectar eating birds and butterflies. Its low compact form looks great as a mounding groundcover or in a pot. Place it in a sunny spot with well-drained soil.

    Approx H: 0.4 metres W: 0.6 metres

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  • Grevillea Bauer’s dwarf

    Grevillea

    Grevillea Bauer’s dwarf

    Enjoy masses of red flowers during early Spring through to Summer with this compact shrub. Prefers...

    Enjoy masses of red flowers during early Spring through to Summer with this compact shrub. Prefers sun to part shade and well-drained soil. Also looks great in a feature pot.

    Approx H: 0.50 metres W: 1.0 metres

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  • Grevillea lanigera ‘Mt Tamboritha’

    Grevillea

    Grevillea lanigera ‘Mt Tamboritha’

    This grevillea is another fantastic mid green ground cover that’s both drought and frost...

    This grevillea is another fantastic mid green ground cover that’s both drought and frost tolerant.  From Winter to Spring you’ll enjoy their small pink flower. It’s best suited to cooler areas and dislikes humid conditions.

    Approx H: 0.4 metres W: 1.2 metres

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  • Hakea laurina

    Hakea 'Pincushion'

    This large shrub to small tree is loved for its stunning flowers, especially by bees. Plant it in a...

    This large shrub to small tree is loved for its stunning flowers, especially by bees. Plant it in a sunny spot to ensure best flowering that begins with buds in late summer and opens from late autumn and into winter. A shadier spot means less flowers and with shallow roots be mindful of windy weather. Frost tolerant, but take care of new growth.

    Approx: H: 3-6m  W: 2-5m

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  • Hakea multilineata pink and white bloom close up

    Grass-leaf Hakea

    Hakea multilineata

    Ideal as a feature plant in mixed native landscapes for it's flowering and foliage, or grouped as a...

    Ideal as a feature plant in mixed native landscapes for it's flowering and foliage, or grouped as a screen or shelter this large shrub variety has an upright and spreading growing habit. Pretty pink ‘bottle brush’ style flowers appear in Winter and last through to Sping. Requires well-drained soils and an open sunny position.

    H: 4-5m W: 2.5m

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  • Hardenbergia violaceae ‘ Happy Wanderer’

    Hardenbergia

    Hardenbergia violaceae ‘Happy Wanderer’

    Happy Wanderer does just that – it’s a vigorous climber so be sure to keep it in check and note...

    Happy Wanderer does just that – it’s a vigorous climber so be sure to keep it in check and note that it will need something to support it.  It also works well as a ground cover and spill over plant with its dark green leaves if you have the room for it. It makes a great show of long sprays of purple flowers from late Winter into Spring.

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  • Hibbertia vestita ‘Golden Sunburst’

    Guinea Flower

    Hibbertia vestita ‘Golden Sunburst’

    A very low maintenance ground cover that forms low mounds. It prefers well drained soil and full...

    A very low maintenance ground cover that forms low mounds. It prefers well drained soil and full sun to part shade. Great around a pool, in a pot or as a colourful border plant. In Spring and Autumn expect masses of vibrant yellow flowers.

    Approx H: 0.3 metres W; 0.3 metres

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  • Tea Tree Leptospermum ‘Rudolph’ pink flowers macro close up

    Tea Tree

    Leptospermum ‘Rudolph’

    Red flowers in summer with pink/purple new foliage, this medium shrub is frost tolerant and works...

    Red flowers in summer with pink/purple new foliage, this medium shrub is frost tolerant and works beautifully as a screen plant. Also great for cut flowers.

    Approx H: up to 2.5 metres W: up to 1.5 metres

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  • Tea Tree

    Leptospermum Liversidgei ‘Mozzie Blocker’

    This large ornamental shrub reputedly vaporizes citronella into the air to repel mosquitoes....

    This large ornamental shrub reputedly vaporizes citronella into the air to repel mosquitoes. Crushing the leaves will also release more of the oils to live up to its ‘mozzie blocker’ name. Try it as a hedging or screening plant for decks, pools, barbeque areas or near doorways – or as an inclusion in more cottage style gardens. Fine leafed and with soft pink tea tree flowers in Spring, the shrub will tolerate light frosts and grows well in a range of climates from tropical to cool temperate. A low maintenance perennial that thrives in sun and light shade.

    H: 1.5-1.8m   W: 1-1.2m

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  • Tea Tree

    Leptostpermum ‘Piccolo’

    This hardy little shrub is a great addition to courtyards, small gardens, in pots or mass planted...

    This hardy little shrub is a great addition to courtyards, small gardens, in pots or mass planted for effect in rockeries or large tubs. Enjoy its show of crimson flowers during late Spring and the nectar loving insects it attracts. Plant in most soil types, in open, sunny or lightly shaded positions and be sure to trim after flowering if needed. Keep it in good shape with a slow release native fertiliser in spring or late summer.

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  • Cushion Bush Leucophyta brownii compact

    Cushion Bush

    Leucophyta brownii compact

    This compact native shrub is grown more for its foliage than for its flowers. Drought tolerant and...

    This compact native shrub is grown more for its foliage than for its flowers. Drought tolerant and easy to grow its striking fine, silver, twiggy form will add structure to your garden and works well as a border. It is fast growing, suited to coastal gardens or exposed sites and poor soil.

    Approx H: 0.5m W: 0.5m

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  • Lomandra confertifolia ‘Little Con’

    Mat Rush

    Lomandra confertifolia ‘Little Con’

    This verdant clumping grass-like perennial looks great as a border, planted on mass as a striking...

    This verdant clumping grass-like perennial looks great as a border, planted on mass as a striking ground cover or as a feature plant in pots. It is hardy and can tolerate a variety of conditions. If ever damaged by weather, just cut it right back and new growth will follow.

    Approx H: 0.3 metres W: 0.5 metres

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  • Mat Rush

    Lomandra confertifolia ‘Little Pal’

    This clumping, grass like perennial is great as a border plant, ground cover, edging as well as...

    This clumping, grass like perennial is great as a border plant, ground cover, edging as well as singular planting in a pot. The bright green, narrow foliage weeps slightly, adding a textural element. Particularly well suited to Coastal gardens, poolside and those who need a low maintenance plant, it’s also drought and frost tolerant. Summer flowers are hidden deep in the foliage.

    H: 0.6m   W: 0.6m

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  • Lomandra ‘Crackerjack’

    Lomandra confertifolia rubiginosa

    The fine leaves of this ever-green variety lend a soft, whimsical element to your garden – use it...

    The fine leaves of this ever-green variety lend a soft, whimsical element to your garden – use it for edging, borders and as a contrast against hard paved surfaces. This tufting plant sprouts ‘blue’ new season growth, maturing to a deep green with flowers positioned deep in the foliage. Best planted in full sun.

    H: 0.7m W: 1m

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  • Mentha satureioides ‘Bush Mint’ close up with green foliage with small white flowers

    Native Pennyroyal

    Mentha satureioides ‘Bush Mint’

    Use this native herb in place of exotic mint – the unique mint flavour is a feature of this low...

    Use this native herb in place of exotic mint – the unique mint flavour is a feature of this low clumping variety and its scent is similar to the exotic pennyroyal. Best as a pot plant in a sunny spot as it does send out runners and will spread as far and wide as the space it’s given. Regular light trimming thanks to use in your kitchen will keep it in shape.

    H: 20cm W: 40cm

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  • Fringed Myrtle Micromyrtus ciliata

    Fringed Myrtle

    Micromyrtus ciliata

    This small spreading shrub is often seen in coastal areas and can tolerate poor quality soil. ...

    This small spreading shrub is often seen in coastal areas and can tolerate poor quality soil.  Enjoy flowering of the small flower heads from Spring until early Summer.  Drought tolerant and great for cut flowers.

    Approx: H: 0.5~1m   W: 1~3m

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  • Murnong Yam Daisy Microseris lanceolata flower with close-up

    Murnong Yam Daisy

    Microseris lanceolata

    Fast growing and suited to most soil types, this variable species has a fluffy seed head, similar...

    Fast growing and suited to most soil types, this variable species has a fluffy seed head, similar in appearance to dandelions. Its rosettes of toothed long and narrow leaves have yellow flowers from Spring through to Autumn. Even its tuberous roots are edible (try roasting before eating, though can be eaten raw). It can handle drought and frost, though greater care will ensure better growth and flowering.

    H 0.3m W 0.3m

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  • Olearia homolepis

    Mauve Daisy Bush

    Olearia homolepis

    With cheerful daisy like flowers between July and November, this great little shrub makes an ideal...

    With cheerful daisy like flowers between July and November, this great little shrub makes an ideal companion plant in shrubberies and rockeries. Light pruning encourages denser growth. Works well in coastal areas and thrives in well drained soils.

    Approx H: 0.7 metres W: 1.0 metre

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  • Rice Flower Ozothamnus diosmifolia ‘Red Gingham’

    Rice Flower

    Ozothamnus diosmifolia ‘Red Gingham’

    From mid Winter to Spring enjoy the masses of tiny red buds which open into pink...

    From mid Winter to Spring enjoy the masses of tiny red buds which open into pink flowers. This hardy native shrub is drought tolerant and likes a sunny position. Good as a poolside plant, or in a cottage or coastal garden. Also great for cut flowers. Attracts bees and butterflies.

    Approx: 1~2m W: 1~2m

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  • Pandorea jasminoides ‘Southern Belle’

    Pandorea

    Pandorea jasminoides ‘Southern Belle’

    Great for growing on a fence or trellis, this vigorous climbing plant produces large, tubular, pale...

    Great for growing on a fence or trellis, this vigorous climbing plant produces large, tubular, pale pink flowers with a dark pink throat followed by a large fruit. It has a long flowering period between Spring to late Summer. It prefers full sun to part shade and reasonable drained soil. Once established it’s waterwise.

    Vigerous climber to approx. 2 metres in length

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  • Rice Flower Pimelea ferruginea ‘Magenta Mist’

    Rice Flower

    Pimelea ferruginea ‘Magenta Mist’

    A great feature plant for rockeries, pots or low hedging. Beautiful magenta flowers...

    A great feature plant for rockeries, pots or low hedging. Beautiful magenta flowers in Spring and lovely dark green glossy leaves. Suits coastal conditions. Trim back the flowers after spring. Attracts butterflies. Tough and easy to grow.

    Approx: H: 1~1.2 W: 0.7~1m

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  • Rice Flower Pimelea ferruginea alba

    Rice Flower

    Pimelea ferruginea alba

    A great feature plant for rockeries, pots or borders that rewards with balls of...

    A great feature plant for rockeries, pots or borders that rewards with balls of beautiful white flowers.  It likes a sunny position and can tolerate light frost dry periods. Suits coastal conditions. Trim back the flowers after Spring.  Attracts butterflies.  Tough and easy to grow.

    Approx: H: ~1m W: ~1m

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  • Coastal Tussock grass Poa poiformis close-up

    Common Tussock Grass

    Poa labillardieri

    This perennial grass has fine green/blue foliage with an appealing upright arching form, with...

    This perennial grass has fine green/blue foliage with an appealing upright arching form, with delicate plume like flowerheads that appear in Spring and Summer, giving extra height to the variety. Perfect to soften hard edges, as a colour contrast with other plants, planted en-masse or grouped in a pot this grass grows in full sun but prefers light shade. Drought tolerant, handles frost. Trim back each season’s foliage.

    H  0.5 ~1.3m W  0.3 ~1.5m

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  • Common Tussock Grass Poa labillardieri close-up

    Common Tussock Grass

    Poa poiformis

    This fast growing, tussock forming perennial grass is an excellent accent plant and works well...

    This fast growing, tussock forming perennial grass is an excellent accent plant and works well planted en-mass in borders and verges and also in pots. Excellent for soil stabilization and erosion control, this variety is also bird and butterfly attracting, a caterpillar food source, lizard habitat and used by birds for nesting material.

    H 0.5m W 0.5m

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  • Poa Sieberiana

    Small Blue Tussock Grass

    Poa Sieberiana

    This small grey tussock forming grass makes for an interesting border or works well planted on...

    This small grey tussock forming grass makes for an interesting border or works well planted on mass.  It can grow in full sun or part shade and is drought and frost tolerant.  A prune in late Winter it will encourage new growth. Expect flowers in Spring through to Summer.

    Approx H: 0.3 metres W: 0.3m

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  • Round Leaf Mint Bush / Native oregano - Prostanthera rotundifolia Prostanthera rotundifolia flower closeup

    Round Leaf Mint Bush / Native oregano

    Prostanthera rotundifolia

    Native oregano is a native substitute for common oregano and is less...

    Native oregano is a native substitute for common oregano and is less sweet with an earthier tone.  The leaves can be used fresh or dried.  It prefers part shade but can cope with some full sun and tolerates light frost.  Enjoy dark green foliage all year with a pink flower through September and October.  Great for pots or to fill in gaps in your garden.  Traditionally this has been used to treat headaches and colds.  Pruning will promote bushier growth.  Attracts lizards, bees and insects.

    Approx: H: 2m   W: 1m

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  • Pycnosorus globosus

    Billy Buttons

    Pycnosorus globosus

    Distinctive golden, globe shaped flowers which appear Spring/Summer will look fabulous in a vase or...

    Distinctive golden, globe shaped flowers which appear Spring/Summer will look fabulous in a vase or dried – and as a fun pop of colour in your garden. Drought tolerant and hardy, this clumping perennial enjoys sun or part shade and is ideal for coastal areas. Try them in pots, dotted throughout shrubberies or planted in drifts to create swathes of colour.

    Aprox H: 0.7 metre W: 0.3 metres

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  • Scaevola Pink Perfection

    Fan Flower

    Scaevola ‘Pink Perfection’

    A great ground cover with masses of pink flowers from Spring to...

    A great ground cover with masses of pink flowers from Spring to Summer.  Also good in containers or on slopes for erosion control.  It likes well drained soil and full sun to part shade.

    Approx: H: ~0.2m W: ~0.8m

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  • Scaevolea ‘Superclusters’

    Fan Flower

    Scaevolea ‘Superclusters’

    For a border, pot or even hanging basket this vigorous, small leafed ground cover flowers all...

    For a border, pot or even hanging basket this vigorous, small leafed ground cover flowers all through the warmer months. It likes a sunny spot but can grow in light shade. Resilient and low maintenance, it makes a great plant for poolside, decks, patios and courtyards.

    Approx H: 0.3 metres W: 1.5 metres

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  • Tasmannia lanceolata (male)

    Mountain Pepper

    Tasmannia lanceolata (male)

    A native of Tasmania, this dense evergreen shrub with leathery, cinnamon-scented leaves and...

    A native of Tasmania, this dense evergreen shrub with leathery, cinnamon-scented leaves and reddish-purple stems is named for the pungent, hot-tasting essential oils in the leaves. Clusters of small, sweet-smelling, creamy white or pale yellow blooms appear in late winter and early spring, followed by shiny, dark red fruit that turns black when ripe. It works well as a hedge plant or privacy screen, or holds its own as a focal point in the garden. It’s best way to grow mountain pepper is to purchase male and female plants. Can tolerate full sun, but prefers partial shade especially when afternoons are hot. Once planted, water regularly to establish especially on hot days. Prune lightly in Spring to maintain the natural form.

    H:3-5m W:3-4

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  • Warrigal Greens Tetragonia tetragoniodes

    Warrigal Greens

    Tetragonia tetragoniodes

    Warrigal greens or New Zealand spinach is a fantastic edible plant with the new...

    Warrigal greens or New Zealand spinach is a fantastic edible plant with the new shoots being the most tender. It is best to boil for about a minute before eating as the leaves contain oxalic acid.  Use where you would English spinach. This plant thrives on neglect and self seeds.  Drought tolerant and will grow in sun and part shade. Also good for caged birds to nibble on.  High in antioxidants.

    Approx: H: 0.5m W: 3m

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  • Themeda triandra ‘True Blue’ close up of grassy blue-green foliage

    Blue Kangaroo Grass

    Themeda triandra ‘True Blue’

    This large growing native Kangaroo Grass is a useful small shrub to bring structure and interest to...

    This large growing native Kangaroo Grass is a useful small shrub to bring structure and interest to your garden – the blue-green foliage provides a great foil for other plants with contrasting foliage colours and the towering seed head flowering in Spring to Summer adds texture to grass planting of borders, drifts or statement pots. Hardy and drought tolerant once established, it prefers full sun to best maintain the blue hued foliage colour, though can still thrive in partial shade.

    H: 0.3-0.6m W:0.3-0.6m

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  • Thryptomene saxicola ‘F.C.Payne’

    Thryptomene

    Thryptomene saxicola ‘F.C.Payne’

    Towards the end of Winter and extending into Spring, your garden will be brought to life with...

    Towards the end of Winter and extending into Spring, your garden will be brought to life with masses of small pink fragrant flowers. This hard working, hardy shrub can be used as a feature low hedging plant or dotted throughout your garden beds. It’s also suitable for pots. You can also trim off branches to use as cut flowers.

    Approx H: 1.0 metre W: 1.0 metre

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  • Veronica perfoliata ‘Diggers Speedwell’ flower close up

    Veronica perfoliata

    Veronica perfoliata ‘Diggers Speedwell’

    With round foliage resembling the juvenile foliage of some eucalypts, this dwarf shrub makes a...

    With round foliage resembling the juvenile foliage of some eucalypts, this dwarf shrub makes a great edging or border plant. Enjoy the blue/purple flowers in Summer, in full bloom it’s very eye-catching. If it gets a bit woody it can be pruned to almost ground level after flowering. Tolerates light frost and full sun to part shade. Drought tolerant. Foliage

    Approx H: up to 1 metre W: up to 1 metre

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  • Plumed Feather-flower Verticorda plumosa

    Plumed Featherflower

    Verticorda plumosa

    With scented pink flowers in Spring and lovely grey scented foliage at other times, this tough and...

    With scented pink flowers in Spring and lovely grey scented foliage at other times, this tough and compact shrub will make an excellent addition your garden. Prune after flowering to keep compact. Prefers full sun to part shade. Great for cut flowers.

    Approx: H: 1~1.5m W: ~0.4m

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  • Westringia ‘Wynyabbie Gem close-up

    Coastal Rosemary

    Westringia ‘Wynyabbie Gem

    This shrub has a dense, bushy habit which makes it ideal as a low screening or hedging plant. Hardy...

    This shrub has a dense, bushy habit which makes it ideal as a low screening or hedging plant. Hardy and reliable in a variety of climates and soils, it does prefer a sunny or lightly shaded position and well drained soil. Lilac flowers are seen mainly in Spring, but flowers through Summer and into Winter too. It responds well to pruning if required and is tolerant of at least moderate frost and coastal conditions. Try it in pots or for hedging.

    H 1.5~2m   W 1.5~2m

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  • Westringia fruiticosa ‘Flat ‘n Fruity’

    Coastal Rosemary

    Westringia fruiticosa ‘Flat ‘n Fruity’

    If you have a tricky spot under a tree this is the ground cover for you.  It’s extremely tough,...

    If you have a tricky spot under a tree this is the ground cover for you.  It’s extremely tough, can cope with a wide range of soil conditions and grows densely which deters weeds. A truly hard working plant.  Expect white flowers for most of the year.

    Approx H: 0.3 metres W: 1.5 metres

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  • Coastal Rosemary Westringia fruticosa ‘Jervis Gem’

    Coastal Rosemary

    Westringia fruticosa ‘Jervis Gem’

    Well suited to coastal conditions as it is wind and salt tolerant.

    Well suited to coastal conditions as it is wind and salt tolerant.  With its soft grey foliage and small mauve flower for a large part of the year, this shrub is ideal as a small hedge or screening plant.  It is also good for topiary.  Drought resistant and prefers sun to light shade.

    Approx: H: 1~1.2m W: 1~1.5m

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  • Grass Tree Xanthorrhoea australis

    Grass Tree

    Xanthorrhoea australis

    These grass trees have a rough, dark coloured trunk with long narrow, grass like...

    These grass trees have a rough, dark coloured trunk with long narrow, grass like leaves at the top.  It is a food source for nectar eating birds when in flower and seed eating birds when it is developing seeds.  It’s an extremely slow growing specimen, taking up 10-15 years to flower but when it does it produces a dramatic spear. Prefers well drained soil and a sunny position.

    Approx: H: 0.5~2m W: 0.6~1m

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