Pandorea Wonga Gold Sunrise

Pandorea Wonga Gold Sunrise

Pandorea Wonga Gold Sunrise Pandorea pandorana selected form Pandorea Wonga Gold Sunrise took us all by surprise when it bloomed in its first spring.  A seedling offspring of Pandorea Wonga Gold Sunset, it was planted in expectation of it being the same as its parent.  However, in place of rich gold & bronze bells, it’s an astonishing combination of purples, rose pink, gold and crimson, like an Aussie dawn.  Plant Sunrise and Sunset together and enjoy the full spectrum, dawn to dusk. A climber of moderate vigour, it is useful as a light screen along a veranda or on a pergola, which is one of the nicest ways of displaying creepers, and giving shade at the same time.  Happy in temperate to sub tropical climates, it needs well drained soils of neutral to acid pH; best avoid severe frost though an occasional light frost is okay.  A light trim will keep it...
Pandorea Lady Di

Pandorea Lady Di

Pandorea Lady Di Pandorea jasminoides white form Just as lovely as its namesake, Pandorea Lady Di is one of those plants that deserves a place in every garden.  There are very few regions in which it cannot grow (probably only those with permafrost). Lush bright green foliage provides a year-round screen for fence, pergola, wall, or a cascade over a retaining wall or bank; in summer, large clusters of pure white bell flowers, often with a delicate fragrance, festoon the greenery.  Surprisingly hardy in just about all climates except freezing, it likes well drained soils, neutral to acid pH, and is easily maintained with a good pruning after flowering.  If need be, because it can be vigorous, trim or cut back at other times of the year...
Pandorea Wonga Gold Sunset

Pandorea Wonga Gold Sunset

Pandorea Wonga Gold Sunset Pandorea pandorana selection Want to tart up that old paling fence or screen out the neighbours?  Maybe pretty up the garden shed? Here’s the plant for you.  Like so many Aussie plants. Pandorea Wonga Gold Sunset combines hardiness with beauty ~ and does it fast. It’s a climber of only medium vigour and you won’t have to spend weekends keeping it controlled with a chainsaw.  Austraflora bred this plant with small spaces in mind so you’ll have the effect you need in just a short time. The multi-coloured bunches of trumpets bloom throughout spring, completely covering the shiny leaves which will give you a screen all year.  Full sun or light shade, and climates ranging from cool temperate to tropical and even semi arid, plus well drained soils will suit...
Hardenbergia Edna Walling Snow White

Hardenbergia Edna Walling Snow White

Hardenbergia Snow White Hardenbergia violacea selection A sport from its parent Free ‘n Easy, Hardenbergia Snow White is startlingly different. Pure snowy white blossom cascades over bright green foliage from mid winter to spring.  Cover a fence or a wall, or train up a pergola post, and you’ll be delighted with the effect. Once the flowering is over, get the secateurs to work and prune it hard.  Hardenbergias all do well in full sun and much prefer a dryish soil; sitting in soggy ground is not at all to their...
Hardenbergia Free n Easy (PBR)

Hardenbergia Free n Easy (PBR)

Hardenbergia Free ‘n Easy  Hardenbergia violacea selection ‘Free’ with its flowers and ‘Easy’ to grow.  It doesn’t get any better than that.  From early winter to spring, Hardenbergias are the focus of many gardens these days, since we woke up to their capacity for looking good just about anywhere. Climber, creeper or ground cover, use it any way you like. Hardenbergia Free ‘n Easy is a mass of lavender-tinged white blossom over many weeks, and all it needs is a chop back to the wood in early summer.  Good drainage and full sun will keep it happy for years. Download...