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Anigozanthus viridus GREEN DRAGON$12.50
Clumping perennial Kangaroo Paw, foliage to 60cm x 50cm wide. Emerald green flowers on unbranched stems, spring & summer. Best in well drained sunny site. Does well in pots.
Bowenia serrulata – BYFIELD FERN$25.00 – $75.00
Small palm-like plant to 1m with bright green shiny leathery leaves with sharply toothed margins. Slow, prefers light shade, must have good drainage. CE. to NE.Q’ld.
Bowenia spectabilis$25.00 – $35.00
Attractive cycad with underground stem and above ground leaves to 1.2m high. Understorey shrub from well developed undisturbed rainforest from sea level to 700m. NE.Qld.
Callistemon MATTHEW FLINDERS$7.50
A dwarf bottlebrush to 80cm x 50cm wide with dark red flowers & attractive mid-green foliage. Great rockery, container plant. Flowering is in late winter & early spring. Well drained soil. Full sun to part shade.
Leptospermum scoparium KIWI$7.50
Very hardy dwarf evergreen shrub to 50cm x 1m wide with tiny purple glossy foliage. Flowers abundantly in spring & summer, masses of pink tea-tree flowers. Excellent low hedge. Sun or part shade.
Ozothamnus MAGIC MARMALADE$7.50
Hardy shrub to 1m by 70cm wide, with red-bronze buds opening to orange heads & aging to lemon. Frost and drought tolerant. Sunny to lightly shaded positions. Prune to encourage further flowering.
Ozothamnus STRAWBERRY CREAM$7.50
Hardy shrub to 1m x 70cm wide, with dark pink buds opening to pink heads & aging to cream. Frost and drought tolerant. Sunny to lightly shaded positions. Prune to encourage further flowering.
Rhagodia spinescens – SALTBUSH$7.50
A compact hardy shrub to 1m x 2m wide with attractive silvery foliage. Grow in full sun to light shade, copes with most soil types with good drainage. Frost & drought tolerant, suits coastal sites. Australia wide.
Swainsonia galegifolia – SMOOTH DARLING PEA$4.50
A small shrub to 1m with bright pink ‘pea’ flowers and small smooth pods. A showy plant for open sunny protected sites that flowers for much of the year. NSW, Q’ld & Victoria.