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.
Stirling Range Banksia is a large shrub growing to about four metres in height. The attractive leaves grow to about 20 cm long and 10 cm wide with deep lobes that may be triangular or more rounded. The stems are covered in fine hairs giving a furry appearance. The flowers are produced in pale brown cylindrical spikes in spring and summer
Famed for its spectacular foliage Leucadendron argenteum has large, broadly pointed green leaves covered in silver hairs. These leaves create a vivid display as they shimmer in the wind. Nice multi stemmed plants approx. 60cms high
This lovely variegated Leucadendron has been developed from the successful 'Silvan Red'. Jolly Joker is a blaze of colour during autumn and winter and produces long life cut flowers. Ideal for low maintenance, low water use gardens.
Leucospermum Mardi Gras® Ribbons (Leucospermum conocarpodendron hybrid) is a dense shrub that bears masses of yellow and red ribbons flowers from late spring to early summer
Telopea speciosissima x oreades. This new selection of Shady Lady White flowers more and is easier to grow. It provides spectacular flowers in spring and is great for use in low maintenance gardens. Ht 3m min temp-7C
A lovely Telopea with an upright habit and scarlet red flowers in Spring on long stems. Sunny well drained soil.
A newly introduced white flowering Grevillea. Soft needle like leaves and white flowers from Spring. 15cm pot
A hardy low shrub with numerous pink-red flowers from winter to spring, and attractive fine foliage. Likes a well drained soil and sunny position. 15cm pot
With bright red and yellow flowers from autumn through spring and soft blue-green foliage, Grevillea Fireworks is a worth addition to the garden. Both frost and drought tolerant once established. 15cm pot
Woolly Grevillea. A low growing variety to approx 30cm soft fine leaves and red,pink and white flowers through Spring to Summer. 15cm pot.