Anigozanthos Frosty Yellow

Anigozanthos Frosty Yellow

Anigozanthos Frosty Yellow is a stunning kangaroo paw with blue-green foliage and glorious golden sprays of flowers appearing during spring and autumn, which will attract birds and butterflies. Easy to grow in most well-drained soils either tucked in the garden as a showy feature, or in a pot. It’ll grow around 60cm x 60cm. An ideal cut flower if you wish to bring some beauty...
Syzygium Hinterland Gold

Syzygium Hinterland Gold

Add a bit of glimmer to your garden with Syzygium Hinterland Gold. It’s a beautiful and fast growing shrub with a dense habit, suited to hedging and screens. Compact glossy green foliage develops a bronze colouring in new growth, which will shine in the sun. Will thrive in a full sun to partly shaded position and has low water requirements once established. For best results, prune to maintain...
Acmena Baby Lilly

Acmena Baby Lilly

Acmena Baby Lilly is a compact beauty, which will give your garden a bit of colour and interest with it’s gorgeous copper-gold tips. A fast-growing and dense shrub that is perfect for hedging in the garden, or as a clipped container feature. Acmena Baby Lilly will tolerate a wide range of conditions, but prefers well drained soil. Will thrive and give best foliage colour in a full sun position and has low water requirements once established. For best results, prune to maintain...
Eremophila Winter Gold

Eremophila Winter Gold

Eremophila Winter Gold is a “must have” for any native garden. It’s the strongest flowering performer of all the eremophilas – pretty lemon yellow flowers appear late autumn to early summer to brighten up those dull spots. A neat and compact plant that looks great as a splash of colour in the garden or as an excellent addition to a pot. Tolerates frost, and doesn’t require much water once...
Thelionema Dark Blue

Thelionema Dark Blue

Thelionema Dark Blue is nice and compact, and tucks in just about anywhere. A graceful, small tufting grass-like plant with very fine flower stems topped with masses of tiny yellow-centered indigo blooms in spring to mid-summer. Bees and butterflies love them. Suitable for cold temperature to sub-tropical climates in moist, sandy or peaty soils, or well drained clay loam, neutral to acid pH. Use on path edges, amongst rock work or in containers. Trim spent flower stems as required; feed with low phosphorus native fertiliser, early spring or late...