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Dwarf succulent groundcover to 30cm whcih grows in sheltered permanently moist sites though not boggy. CE.Q’ld – Cape York.
Straggly shrub to 3m, often with weeping branches. Clusters of white fragrant flowers, red ovoid fruit. Shady position in well aerated soil & plenty of water. N.Q’ld & NT.
Pilidiostigma glabrum – PLUM MYRTLE$10.50
An ornamental bushy small shrub to 5m with large white flowers followed by edible black fruit which attract birds. Hardy in most soils & situations in sun or shade. SE.Qld & NE.NSW.
Dwarf non-aromatic woody shrub to 80cm with attractive violet blue to purplish flower spikes. Needs good drainage & prefers part shade. Excellent understorey plant. SE.Q’ld & NE.NSW.
Endangered hairy herb to 60cm from rocky areas near Ipswich & Ormeau. Showy purple flower spikes throughout the year. Best in semi shade.
Plectranthus Mt Carbine$7.50
A recently discovered as yet unnamed species of Plectranthus from Mt. Carbine near Mossman in NE.Q’ld. Showy bluish flower spikes throughout the year. Best in open site with afternoon 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.
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.