A beautiful medium sized shrub with deep green needle like leaves. Beautiful pink and cream flowers from June to July and sometimes in winter. Well drained soil. Height up to 1.0m.
A dense and compact small shrub that is perfect for rockeries and smaller gardens, whether mass planted for dramatic effect, in small groups or in containers on the patio, verandah or deck. It is frost tolerant, and suits acid to alkaline soils. Likes well drained soil types, in heavier soils it is advisable to build raised beds and add some organic...
Regarded as one of the most spectacular of the protea family with distinctive flowers and brightly coloured leaves. Ideal for low maintenance, low water use gardens or containers. Ht 1.5m min tmp -4C
An attractive new hybrid. It has a vigorous habit that produces long stems of deep red pincushion flower heads from Spring to early Summer. It is best suited to an open full sun situation in light free draining acidic soils.Prune back flowering stems by two thirds after flowering to enhance flowering the next year. Ideal coastal plant.
Dwarf King Protea - A shrub to about 3 feet tall and wide with large 6 to 8 inch wide flowers. Pale silky pink Flowers cover the shrub from autumn to spring with some scattered bloom throughout the year. Plant in full sun in a well-drained, preferrably acid, soil
Telopea speciosissima x oreades Shady Lady Red' is a hardy and vigorous hybrid Waratah that produces masses of crimson flowers in spring It provides spectacular flowers in spring and is great for use in low maintenance gardens. Ht 3m min temp-7C. Flowering size plants
Telopea speciosissima x oreades. Shady Lady 'Crimson' is a hardy and vigorous hybrid Waratah that produces masses of crimson flowers in spring It provides spectacular flowers in spring and is great for use in low maintenance gardens. Ht 3m min temp-7C
Chilean Fire Tree. An upright tree with narrow mid to deep green leaves. A wonderful display of clusters of scarlet flowers, that will brighten the sky in early summer. 2ltr pot.
Grevillea alpina x rosmarinifolia Gold. Description: A compact small growing native shrub featuring cluster of vibrant golden yellow and red flowers borne along splendour branches during spring and summer.
This is a wonderful ornamental species with a delicate appearance, growing to a small shrub with many branches. It has unusual and attractive yellow flowers, occurring from autumn to spring. Needs a well drained soil and dappled shade or part sun, but will withstand full sun conditions. It is somewhat tolerant of frost and drought once established. 14cm pot.
The Teasel Banksia is a small dense shrub with prominent cream or yellow flowers 6cm in diameter occurring January to March or May to October. Prefers a light well-drained soil in an open sunny position, avoid waterlogged soils. Drought tolerant but frost tender when young. 17cm pot
Banksia sceptrum is one of the most striking yellow flowered banksias of all. Its tall bright yellow spikes are terminal and well displayed. Flowering is in summer. Prefers a light well-drained soil in an open sunny position, avoid waterlogged soils. Drought tolerant.