Dianella Tiny Tas

Dianella Tiny Tas

Dianella Tiny Tas Dianella tasmanica ‘Tiny Tas’ Versatile, clumping perennial with a compact habit and short, sword-like leaves. Spikes of bright blue to purple flowers appear in spring and summer and these are followed by glossy, deep blue berries. Very effective when mass planted and ideas for easy care gardens and in containers. Thrives in a sunny position in well drained soil. Tolerant of some shade as well as dry conditions and frost...
Lomandra Long John Silver

Lomandra Long John Silver

Lomandra Long John Silver lomandra longifolia A dense, grass-like tufting plant with attractive fine grey foliage. An excellent plant for borders, path edges, narrow beds and amongst bold rock work; dramatic in large containers in tough situations. Suitable for cool temperature, sub-tropical to semi-arid climates, in well drained clay loams or sandy soils, neutral to low acid pH. Feed with low phosphorus native...
Dianella Seaspray

Dianella Seaspray

Dianella Seaspray Dianella revoluta ‘Seaspray’ A versatile, clumping perennial with attractive blue-green strappy leaves, Clusters of blue star-like flowers appear in spring and summer. These are followed by shiny, dark blue berries. Ideal for adding colour and form contrast in mixed beds and excellent for mass planting. Prefers a sunny position in well drained soil, Tolerant of dry periods and light...
Anigozanthos Ruby Slippers

Anigozanthos Ruby Slippers

Anigozanthos Ruby Slippers Anigozanthos rufus selection A small neat Kangaroo Paw with grey-green strap foliage and massed rich red  flowers clustered on red stems in late winter-spring. Suited to cool temperate to arid climates, in well drained gravelly or sandy soils, neutral to low acid pH.  A bright eye-catching cottage-style selection for open sunny gardens; spectacular container plant; dramatic when planted alongside contrasting coloured Anigozanthos.  Excellent long-lasting cut flower. Protect from frost. Trim out spent flower stems, and feed with low phosphorus native fertilizer early spring or late summer....
Baloskian Green Wedge

Baloskian Green Wedge

Baloskian Green Wedge Baloskian tetraphyllus dwarf selection You won’t ‘ruffle’ the bright green feathery habit of Baloskian Green Wedge as it’s such a hardy yet soft, adaptable, compact plant; it grows to perfection in moist soils beside water features or in an ornamental container on the cooler areas of decks or patios. Panicles of bronze tassel spikelets during summer provide small seed, much to the delight of finches. The stems, which are 30-50 cm long can be harvested for use indoors in floral arrangements. Thrives in moist soils in light shade and likes a regular tipple if grown in a container. Cool temperate to sub tropical climates are to its...