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  • Sylvia (Protea eximia x susannae). The rose-red flowers appear twice a year - from January to March and again from August to November. This dense 2m tall shrub is an excellent display plant or boundary screening shrub.

  • The hardiest of all proteas, Special Pink Ice is well suited to low maintenance, low water use gardens. Spectacular flowers fresh or dried.

  • The King Protea is one of the most popular varieties, having one of the largest flower heads in the protea family. They are stunning in the garden, on the patio and in flower arrangements.

  • Broad-leaved Drumsticks is a shrub that is endemic to eastern New South Wales in Australia. In occurs naturally in woodland, open forest and heathland on sandstone soils. The yellow flowers appear during late spring or early summer and are displayed prominently. They are followed by grey cone-like drumsticks, the small hairy seeds found in the old flower...

  • Handsome evergreen shrub. Leathery toothed leaves. Very fragrant exotic looking creamy-white flowers in July. Grow in Lime free soil. Height 2m. 3ltr pot

  • This is a really different evergreen bush. It has dark green prickly rosemary like foliage. From winter into summer it bears clusters of rose red exotic flowers. Needs free draining lime free soil in a sunny sheltered spot. Surprisingly tough & tolerant.

  • Banksia menziesii can take the form either of a medium sized gnarled tree or a smaller but more spreading shrub.It has serrated grey to green foliage but it is largely grown for its spectacular autumn inflorescences which are two tone of pink and golden yellow.

  • The Acorn Banksia is a large shrub or tree with smooth grey bark growing to ten metres in height. The leaves are long and narrow growing to about 25 cm long and 2 cm wide with triangular lobes on the margins making a distinctive saw-toothed edge. 

  • A beautiful, easy to grow shrub with arching branches and deep green, needle-like leaves. Grevillea juniperina produces clusters if showy scarlet flowers forming along the branches from late spring to mid-summer and often again in autumn.

  • A beautiful, easy to grow shrub with arching branches and deep green, needle-like leaves. Grevillea CVD produces clusters if showy white flowers forming along the branches from late spring to mid-summer and often again in autumn.

  • A vigorous bushy shrub with narrow rich green leaves each with a hard point and dense clusters of pinkish red flowers.

  • An evergreen, dense rounded shrub with claret red flowers, changing to pink as they mature. Used extensively for cut flowers. Height and spread to 2m/6.5ft. It should be planted in full sun in free-draining soil - and will remain hardy under such conditions, able to withstand a temperature as low as -6C

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