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Plectranthus caldericola – Pinnacle Native Coleus$7.50
An aromatic fast growing shrub to 1m found in exposed sites on the Pinnacle. Excellent ground cover, needs pruning for best results. Bright violet blue flowers. NSW.
Dwarf aromatic perennial herb from rocky headlands of the north coast NSW. From prostrate to 2m x 1.5m wide. Profuse & conspicuous bluish purple & white flower spikes. Well drained site in full or part sun.
Endangered hairy herb to 60cm from rocky areas near Ipswich & Ormeau. Showy purple flower spikes throughout the year. Best in semi shade.
Ornamental vigorous low shrub to 1.5m from local rainforest. Non-aromatic velvety reddish leaves & stems. Showy blue flower spikes. Frost free full or partly shaded moist site preferred. N.NSW & Q’ld.
Plectranthus parviflorus – Cockspur Flower$7.50
A semi-woody variable shrub to 80cm x 1.5m wide usually found in rocky areas. Pale blue to violet blue flower spikes. Full or part sun, tolerates mod frost. NE.Q’ld to Vic.
Plectranthus Point Lookout$7.50
An ornamental variegated leaved variety of Native Coleus from Point Lookout inland from Dorrigo. Prefers semi-shaded moist conditions & makes excellent understorey plant. NSW.
Attractive dwarf sweetly scented semi-woody shrub to 1m with showy violet blue flower spikes. Sun or shade, excellent understorey plant. Responds well to pruning. SE.Q’ld & NE.NSW.
A lush shiny ground cover that spreads very quickly, ideal for wet sites & can be used as a rainforest ground cover where conditions are suitable. Small white / purple flowers. Central Coast & Tablelands NSW to SE.Q’ld.
A vigorous stem rooting large-leaved groundcover from central Queensland for moister understorey sites where it forms colonies. Erect heads of blue flowers. Shady moist site. Prune to keep under control.
Pratia pedunculata – Trailing Pratia$12.50
Dainty trailing groundcover to 10cm high forming a dense mat to 1m wide, roots at the nodes. Masses of small white star flowers in spring & summer. Sun or part shade. Best in moister site.