Eucalyptus Baby Blue

Eucalyptus Baby Blue

If you’re looking for a native shrub that brings year round colour and interest, Eucalyptus Baby Blue is an excellent choice. The leaves are a vivid blue and round in shape, with new growth tips blushing lilac. Cream flowers are produced between May and November, and the large fruits that follow are cup-shaped. Birds, butterflies and bees absolutely love this plant. Use as a feature plant in the landscape, or mix with others as an interesting contrast. Clip back to maintain shape, and use the cut foliage in your floral arrangements to bring the beauty indoors. Tolerant to frost and dry conditions – simply plant in a location that’s full sun to part shade, in well drained...
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...
Callistemon Kings Park Special

Callistemon Kings Park Special

Callistemon Kings Park Special Callistemon viminalis ‘King’s Park Special’ Tall shrub or small tree with slightly weeping branches that bear a mass of bright red bottle brush flowers in spring and summer. Spot flowering may occur in autumn. Excellent specimen for screening and for roadsides or commercial plantings. Flowers attract nectar feeding birds. Prefers a sunny to partly shaded site in moist, well drained soil. Tolerant of dry periods and coastal conditions. May be pruned lightly after flowering to maintain shape. Download...
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...
Eucalyptus Tucker Time Honey Pots

Eucalyptus Tucker Time Honey Pots

Eucalyptus Tucker Time Honey Pots Eucalyptus wimmerensis selection The nectar flow from Eucalyptus Honey Pots, a small tree or multi-stemmed mallee, is so strong over summer and autumn that it truly is ‘Tucker Time’ for honey-eating birds and small wrens and tree-creepers. With an ever-drying climate predicted, small trees with low water requirements will be in higher demand than ever for gardens of all sizes. Put simply, gardens need trees  ~ for screening, light shade, structure and habitat, and evergreen to act as year-round carbon collectors. At 4-5 metres in height Eucalyptus Honey Pots won’t take up very much room and because it will flourish in  cool temperate, sub tropical or semi-arid climates, withstand heavy frost and coastal breezes it’s a great little a multi-purpose tree for much of Australia. Download...