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...
Lomandra Ice Queen

Lomandra Ice Queen

Lomandra Ice Queen Lomandra filiformis Lomandra Ice Queen is a striking accent plant with distinctive, blue-grey foliage. It will grow to be 40cm high and 60cm wide. This hardy, upright perennial with strap-like foliage requires little maintenance and withstands drought and frost. Great for mass planting in borders, garden beds and along pathways. Also looks stunning dotted amongst others for interesting contrast. Plant in a sunny to partly shaded position. An adaptable plant which will grow in a range of soils but prefers well drained soil. Tolerates exposed and windy positions. Lomandra Ice Queen is a really beautiful variety, and pleasantly different to it’s other Lomandra...
Acacia Green Screen (PBR)

Acacia Green Screen (PBR)

Acacia Green Screen  Acacia cognata upright narrow This small tree is extremely attractive with its weeping branches holding narrow, bright green foliage. During the winter months, masses of yellow, globular flowers cover the tree. Ideally suited to smaller gardens and can be used as a screening plant. Will grow well in most soil types including heavier soils that are well drained. Plant in full sun to partly shaded positions.   Download...
Banksia Sentinel (PBR)

Banksia Sentinel (PBR)

Banksia Sentinel  Banksia integrifolia selection Have you ever bought plants for those hard to cover narrow areas on fencelines and walls that end up half way across your drive or pathway? Well, worry no more. Austraflora has bred and trialled Banksia Sentinel just for those awkward spots. While it will grow to around two metres high, it only has a spread of a metre or so, and if it does threaten to scratch the RR, it’s a simple matter of trimming back the offending leaves.  This will produce an even denser habit. Like so many Aussie plants, Sentinel’s flowers will be visited by honeyeaters; the large lemon brushes will keep the birds happy from summer through to mid winter, whether you have an inland garden or a first-line coastal plot.  You can also grow it as a small windbreak or clip it as a neat hedge. Moist but well drained clay loam or sandy soils are all good for Sentinel, and cold temperate to tropical climates will suit it. Sentinel is the Designer Plant that landscapers have had on their wishlist for a long time. Download...
Eremophila Kalbarri Carpet

Eremophila Kalbarri Carpet

Eremophila Kalbarri Carpet Eremophila glabra A nice choice as a soft ground cover in your garden. Featuring handsome silvery foliage and contrasting golden flowers which bloom mainly during spring and summer. Birds, butterflies and bees adore this plant, and you’ll have wildlife aplenty. Dot them around your garden amongst other plants for interest, flow over a bank or retaining wall, or even put in a large container for something different. Requiring little maintenance once established, and tolerating most soil types as long as it is...