Westringia Silver Lining

Westringia Silver Lining

Westringia Silver Lining Westringia brevifolia Attractive ground cover with small, silver-grey leaves that are tightly packed on the stems. White flowers appear in winter and spring. Suited to temperate climates and most well-drained sandy, loam or clay soils. Tolerant of dry conditions, sea spray and wind. Useful as a tough spreading ground cover as it responds well to pruning. Feed with a low phosphorus native fertiliser.   Download...
Ptilotus Snow Phoenix

Ptilotus Snow Phoenix

Snow Phoenix Ptilotus prostrate A compact and low growing to prostrate perennial that grows 10cm high by 40cm across. It flowers in spring and sporadically all year producing compact heads that are 2cm in diameter and are white with cerise throat. Best suited to drier areas of Australia and well drained soils. Will grow on calcareous soil and will tolerate salt spray on the coast. Pot using premium Australian standard potting mix and feed with slow release fertiliser. Lightly prune after flowering. Can be used in rockeries, coastal plantings, massed plantings, pots and...
Myoporum White

Myoporum White

Myoporum White Myoporum parvifolium A prostrate groundcover with slightly aromatic green leaves. White, starry flowers with small purple spots appear singly or in clusters from spring through to autumn. Ideal as a groundcover for dry sites and embankments. The small flowers make it ideal for cottage garden styles. Prefers a sunny position in moist, well drained soil. Will grow in a variety of soil types and has low water requirements. Tolerant of dry periods, coastal conditions and light...
Myoporum Pink

Myoporum Pink

Myoporum Pink Myoporum parvifolium A fast-growing, evergreen groundcover with fine green leaves. Small, pink starry flowers appear in spring and through summer. Ideal as a groundcover for dry sites and embankments. The small flowers make it ideal for cottage garden styles. Prefers a sunny position in moist, well drained soil and tolerant of most soil types. Provide additional water during the driest months. Tolerant of coastal conditions and light frost. Tip prune to promote compact...
Grevillea Jelly Baby (PBR)

Grevillea Jelly Baby (PBR)

Grevillea Jelly Baby  Grevillea alpina x lavandulacea Tanunda Jelly babies are very more-ish and this is one you’ll want to scatter throughout the landscape.  Luscious deep pink flowers all but cover the grey foliage in a colour combination that always works. Honeyeaters love it too, darting in and out amongst the nectar-filled flowers. Easily grown in sunny spots with well drained soils, it is frost hardy, suited to coastal gardens and does well in cool temperate to sub tropical and semi arid climates.  Its dense mounding habit requires only minimal trimming to keep it tidy so it’s ideal for path edging, wide garden beds, large containers in courtyards, and for a dramatic landscape focus, try mass planting. Download...