Westringia Zena

Westringia Zena

Westringia Zena Westringia fruticosa A low-growing, evergreen, shrub with an attractive rounded habit and dense, grey-green leaves. Pale mauve to white flowers are present for most of the year. Ideally suited to low borders, hedging, in large patio pots and shrubberies. Grows well in coastal areas and does best in a sunny, open position in most well drained soils. Tolerant of dry periods and light frost once established. Trim after flowering to maintain compact...
Grevillea Mini Marvel

Grevillea Mini Marvel

Mini Marvel Grevillea thelemanniana A compact, low-growing groundcover with soft, light green leaves that bears masses of dainty red flowers for most of the year. Excellent groundcover and great for growing under larger shrubs. The flowers attract nectar-feeding birds. Prefers a sunny position and well drained sandy soils. Tolerant of light shade, light frosts and coastal conditions. Provide additional water during very dry periods. Download...
Grevillea Bush Picnic

Grevillea Bush Picnic

Bush Picnic Grevillea lanigera form A soft-leaved lightly suckering small shrub, featuring clusters of pink & cream bird attracting flowers in winter through spring. Is fantastic as a path edging, in rockeries and containers. Great feature plant when mass planted in garden beds. Prune lightly after flowering to maintain habit; fertilise with low phosphorus native fertiliser. Download...
Grevillea Robyn Gordon

Grevillea Robyn Gordon

Robyn Gordon Grevillea bipinnatifida x banksii A popular, small growing shrub with spectacular, deep red flowers that appear year round. Flowers are very attractive to nectar-feeding birds. Ideal as a specimen or screening plant. Prefers an open sunny position in moist, well drained soil. Suited to low water use, small, low maintenance gardens. Tolerant of dry periods and light frost once established. Download...
Grevillea Coconut Ice

Grevillea Coconut Ice

Coconut Ice Grevillea bipinnatifida x banksii A spreading shrub with narrow, prickly foliage that provides an excellent refuge for birds. Apricot coloured flowers attract honeyeaters and appear throughout most of the year. Ideal as a specimen or screening plant. Prefers an open sunny position in moist, well-drained soil. Suited to low water use, small, low maintenance gardens. Tolerant of dry periods and light frost once established. Pruning annually will help maintain a dense, bushy habit. Download...