Native and Grasses Plants

If your looking for Native plants on the Sunshine Coast its definitely worth checking out the local native range of plants we carry in our Nursery & garden centre. Based in Caloundra and locally grown on the Sunshine Coast we stock a huge range of natives from Banksias to Kangaroo Paws and Grevilleas to Callistemon. We have so many native plants you will love spending time checking them all out. Native plants available for pickup instore 7 days a week and also available online with Delivery 

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Anigozanthos 'Bush Zest' (Kangaroo Paw)

Anigozanthos 'Bush Zest' (Kangaroo Paw)

Description: Anigozanthos 'Bush Zest' is a vibrant perennial plant prized for its distinctive kangaroo paw-shaped flowers and graceful foliage. It typically grows to about 0.6 to 1 meter in height and spread, forming clumps of strap-like leaves that emerge from underground rhizomes. The leaves are typically green to bluish-green, growing up to 60 cm in length. Flowers: The standout feature of Anigozanthos 'Bush Zest' is its striking and unique flowers. These flowers are borne on tall, sturdy stems (scapes) that rise above the foliage. Each flower cluster consists of tubular blooms that open sequentially from the bottom to the top of the scape. Anigozanthos 'Bush Zest' is known for its vibrant coloration, often featuring shades of bright yellow, resembling a burst of zest. The flowers are also rich in nectar, attracting birds such as honeyeaters, making them a valuable addition to wildlife-friendly gardens. Cultivation: Anigozanthos 'Bush Zest' thrives in full sun and prefers well-drained soils. It is well-suited to various Australian garden styles, including native gardens, coastal gardens, and contemporary landscapes. While it can tolerate sandy or loamy soils, it performs best in soil that is slightly acidic to neutral. Good drainage is essential to prevent root rot, particularly during wet periods. Watering: Once established, Anigozanthos 'Bush Zest' is relatively drought-tolerant and requires minimal watering. Water deeply during dry spells, allowing the soil to dry out slightly between waterings. Avoid overwatering, as this can lead to root rot. Pruning: Pruning needs for Anigozanthos 'Bush Zest' are minimal. Remove spent flower stems once flowering has finished to promote new growth and maintain a tidy appearance. Trim back any dead or damaged leaves as needed throughout the growing season. Pests and Diseases: Anigozanthos 'Bush Zest' is generally resistant to pests and diseases when grown under suitable conditions. However, it may be susceptible to root rot if planted in poorly drained soils. Ensure good air circulation around the plants to minimize the risk of fungal diseases. Uses: Garden Beds and Borders: Plant Anigozanthos 'Bush Zest' in garden beds or borders to add a splash of vibrant color and unique texture. It complements other native plants and Mediterranean-style plants beautifully. Containers: Grow in large containers on patios, balconies, or verandas, where it can be admired up close. Cut Flowers: The striking flowers of Anigozanthos 'Bush Zest' make excellent cut flowers for floral arrangements, bringing a touch of Australian native beauty indoors. Environmental Benefits: As an Australian native plant, Anigozanthos 'Bush Zest' attracts pollinators such as bees and birds, contributing to local biodiversity. Its drought tolerance and low water requirements make it suitable for water-wise gardening practices. Care Tips: Mulch around the base of the plant to retain moisture and suppress weeds. Fertilize with a balanced, slow-release fertilizer formulated for native plants in early spring to promote healthy growth and flowering. Protect from frost in cooler climates, or consider growing in containers that can be moved indoors during winter. By incorporating Anigozanthos 'Bush Zest' into your garden, you can enjoy its vibrant flowers and unique form while supporting local wildlife and practicing sustainable gardening practices. Anigozanthos 'Bush Zest' (Kangaroo Paw) Botanical Name: Anigozanthos 'Bush Zest' Common Name: Kangaroo Paw Family: Haemodoraceae Origin: Cultivar developed in Australia

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Anigozanthos Bush Ballard PBR (Kangaroo Paw)

Anigozanthos Bush Ballard PBR (Kangaroo Paw)

Description: Anigozanthos Bush Ballet PBR is a striking and unique perennial plant known for its vibrant, kangaroo paw-shaped flowers and graceful foliage. It typically grows to about 0.6 to 1 meter (2 to 3 feet) in height and spread, forming clumps of slender, strap-like leaves that arise from underground rhizomes. The leaves are typically green, sometimes with a bluish tinge, and can reach lengths of up to 60 cm (2 feet). Flowers: The most distinctive feature of Anigozanthos Bush Ballet PBR is its stunning flowers, which resemble the paw of a kangaroo. The flowers are borne on tall, sturdy stalks (scapes) that rise above the foliage. Each flower cluster consists of tubular blooms that open sequentially from the bottom to the top of the scape. Anigozanthos Bush Ballet PBR is known for its rich coloration, often featuring shades of vibrant pink, red, or orange, with some cultivars displaying bi-colored or tri-colored variations. The flowers are also attractive to birds, particularly honeyeaters, making them a valuable addition to wildlife gardens. Cultivation: Anigozanthos Bush Ballet PBR is well-suited to a variety of Australian garden styles, including native gardens, coastal gardens, and contemporary landscapes. It thrives in full sun and prefers well-drained soils. While it can tolerate sandy or loamy soils, it performs best in soil that is slightly acidic to neutral. Ensure good drainage to prevent root rot, especially during wet periods. Watering: Once established, Anigozanthos Bush Ballet PBR is relatively drought-tolerant and requires minimal watering. Water deeply during periods of extended dryness, allowing the soil to dry out slightly between waterings. Avoid overwatering, as this can lead to root rot. Pruning: Pruning is generally not required for Anigozanthos Bush Ballet PBR. Remove spent flower stems once flowering has finished to encourage new growth and maintain a tidy appearance. Trim back any dead or damaged leaves as needed. Pests and Diseases: Anigozanthos Bush Ballet PBR is generally pest and disease-resistant when grown in suitable conditions. However, it can be susceptible to root rot if planted in poorly drained soils. Ensure good air circulation around the plants to reduce the risk of fungal diseases. Uses: Garden Beds and Borders: Plant Anigozanthos Bush Ballet PBR in garden beds or borders to add vibrant color and texture. It pairs well with other native plants and Mediterranean-style plants. Containers: Grow in large containers on patios or balconies, providing a splash of color and texture. Cut Flowers: The striking flowers make excellent cut flowers for floral arrangements, adding a touch of Australian flair to bouquets. Environmental Benefits: As an Australian native plant, Anigozanthos Bush Ballet PBR attracts pollinators such as bees and birds, contributing to local biodiversity. Its drought tolerance and low water requirements make it suitable for water-wise gardening practices. Care Tips: Mulch around the base of the plant to retain moisture and suppress weeds. Fertilize with a balanced, slow-release fertilizer formulated for native plants in spring to promote healthy growth and flowering. Protect from frost in cooler climates, or consider growing in pots that can be moved indoors during winter. By incorporating Anigozanthos Bush Ballet PBR into your garden, you can enjoy its vibrant flowers and unique form, while also supporting local wildlife and practicing sustainable gardening. Anigozanthos Bush Ballet PBR (Kangaroo Paw) Botanical Name: Anigozanthos Bush Ballet PBR Common Name: Kangaroo Paw Family: Haemodoraceae Origin: Cultivar developed in Australia

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Anigozanthos Bush Blitz PBR (Kangaroo Paw)

Anigozanthos Bush Blitz PBR (Kangaroo Paw)

Description: Anigozanthos 'Bush Blitz' PBR is a captivating perennial plant prized for its distinctive kangaroo paw-shaped flowers and elegant foliage. It typically grows to about 0.6 to 1 meter (2 to 3 feet) in height and spread, forming clumps of strap-like leaves that emerge from underground rhizomes. The leaves are typically green to bluish-green, growing up to 60 cm (2 feet) in length. Flowers: The standout feature of Anigozanthos 'Bush Blitz' PBR is its stunning and unique flowers. These flowers are borne on tall, sturdy stems (scapes) that rise above the foliage. Each flower cluster consists of tubular blooms that open sequentially from the bottom to the top of the scape. Anigozanthos 'Bush Blitz' PBR is known for its striking coloration, often featuring shades of vibrant red, orange, or yellow, sometimes with contrasting markings. The flowers are also rich in nectar, attracting birds such as honeyeaters, making them a valuable addition to wildlife-friendly gardens. Cultivation: Anigozanthos 'Bush Blitz' PBR thrives in full sun and prefers well-drained soils. It is well-suited to various Australian garden styles, including native gardens, coastal gardens, and contemporary landscapes. While it can tolerate sandy or loamy soils, it performs best in soil that is slightly acidic to neutral. Good drainage is essential to prevent root rot, particularly during wet periods. Watering: Once established, Anigozanthos 'Bush Blitz' PBR is relatively drought-tolerant and requires minimal watering. Water deeply during dry spells, allowing the soil to dry out slightly between waterings. Avoid overwatering, as this can lead to root rot. Pruning: Pruning needs for Anigozanthos 'Bush Blitz' PBR are minimal. Remove spent flower stems once flowering has finished to promote new growth and maintain a tidy appearance. Trim back any dead or damaged leaves as needed throughout the growing season. Pests and Diseases: Anigozanthos 'Bush Blitz' PBR is generally resistant to pests and diseases when grown under suitable conditions. However, it may be susceptible to root rot if planted in poorly drained soils. Ensure good air circulation around the plants to minimize the risk of fungal diseases. Uses: Garden Beds and Borders: Plant Anigozanthos 'Bush Blitz' PBR in garden beds or borders to add a splash of vibrant color and unique texture. It complements other native plants and Mediterranean-style plants beautifully. Containers: Grow in large containers on patios, balconies, or verandas, where it can be admired up close. Cut Flowers: The stunning flowers of Anigozanthos 'Bush Blitz' PBR make excellent cut flowers for floral arrangements, bringing a touch of Australian native beauty indoors. Environmental Benefits: As an Australian native plant, Anigozanthos 'Bush Blitz' PBR attracts pollinators such as bees and birds, contributing to local biodiversity. Its drought tolerance and low water requirements make it suitable for water-wise gardening practices. Care Tips: Mulch around the base of the plant to retain moisture and suppress weeds. Fertilize with a balanced, slow-release fertilizer formulated for native plants in early spring to promote healthy growth and flowering. Protect from frost in cooler climates, or consider growing in containers that can be moved indoors during winter. By incorporating Anigozanthos 'Bush Blitz' PBR into your garden, you can enjoy its spectacular flowers and unique form while supporting local wildlife and practicing sustainable gardening practices. Anigozanthos 'Bush Blitz' PBR (Kangaroo Paw) Botanical Name: Anigozanthos 'Bush Blitz' PBR Common Name: Kangaroo Paw Family: Haemodoraceae Origin: Cultivar developed in Australia

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Anigozanthos Bush Bonanza PBR (Kangaroo Paw)

Anigozanthos Bush Bonanza PBR (Kangaroo Paw)

Description: Anigozanthos Bush Bonanza PBR is an eye-catching perennial plant renowned for its distinctive kangaroo paw-shaped flowers and attractive foliage. It typically grows to about 0.6 to 1 meter (2 to 3 feet) in height and spread, forming clumps of strap-like leaves that emerge from underground rhizomes. The leaves are green to bluish-green in color, reaching lengths of up to 60 cm (2 feet). Flowers: The standout feature of Anigozanthos Bush Bonanza PBR is its striking flowers. These flowers are borne on tall, sturdy stems (scapes) that rise above the foliage. Each flower cluster consists of tubular blooms that open sequentially from the bottom to the top of the scape. Anigozanthos Bush Bonanza PBR is known for its vibrant coloration, typically displaying shades of rich red, burgundy, or pink. The flowers are also attractive to birds, particularly honeyeaters, making them a valuable addition to wildlife-friendly gardens. Cultivation: Anigozanthos Bush Bonanza PBR thrives in full sun and prefers well-drained soils. It is well-suited to various Australian garden styles, including native gardens, coastal gardens, and contemporary landscapes. While it can tolerate sandy or loamy soils, it performs best in soil that is slightly acidic to neutral. Good drainage is essential to prevent root rot, especially during wet periods. Watering: Once established, Anigozanthos Bush Bonanza PBR is relatively drought-tolerant and requires minimal watering. Water deeply during dry spells, allowing the soil to dry out slightly between waterings. Avoid overwatering, as this can lead to root rot. Pruning: Pruning is generally minimal for Anigozanthos Bush Bonanza PBR. Remove spent flower stems once flowering has finished to encourage new growth and maintain a tidy appearance. Trim back any dead or damaged leaves as needed throughout the growing season. Pests and Diseases: Anigozanthos Bush Bonanza PBR is typically resistant to pests and diseases when grown under suitable conditions. However, it may be susceptible to root rot if planted in poorly drained soils. Ensure good air circulation around the plants to minimize the risk of fungal diseases. Uses: Garden Beds and Borders: Plant Anigozanthos Bush Bonanza PBR in garden beds or borders to add vibrant color and texture. It complements other native plants and Mediterranean-style plants beautifully. Containers: Grow in large containers on patios, balconies, or verandas, where it can be easily admired up close. Cut Flowers: The striking flowers make excellent cut flowers for floral arrangements, bringing a touch of Australian flair indoors. Environmental Benefits: As an Australian native plant, Anigozanthos Bush Bonanza PBR attracts pollinators such as bees and birds, contributing to local biodiversity. Its drought tolerance and low water requirements make it suitable for water-wise gardening practices. Care Tips: Mulch around the base of the plant to retain moisture and suppress weeds. Fertilize with a balanced, slow-release fertilizer formulated for native plants in early spring to promote healthy growth and flowering. Protect from frost in cooler climates, or consider growing in containers that can be moved indoors during winter. By incorporating Anigozanthos Bush Bonanza PBR into your garden, you can enjoy its vibrant flowers and unique form while supporting local wildlife and practicing sustainable gardening practices. Anigozanthos Bush Bonanza PBR (Kangaroo Paw) Botanical Name: Anigozanthos Bush Bonanza PBR Common Name: Kangaroo Paw Family: Haemodoraceae Origin: Cultivar developed in Australia

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Anigozanthos Bush Dance PBR (Kangaroo Paw)

Anigozanthos Bush Dance PBR (Kangaroo Paw)

Description: Anigozanthos 'Bush Dance' PBR is an attractive perennial plant prized for its distinctive kangaroo paw-shaped flowers and graceful foliage. It typically grows to about 0.6 to 1 meter (2 to 3 feet) in height and spread, forming clumps of strap-like leaves that arise from underground rhizomes. The leaves are typically green to bluish-green, growing up to 60 cm (2 feet) in length. Flowers: The standout feature of Anigozanthos 'Bush Dance' PBR is its vibrant and unique flowers. These flowers are borne on tall, sturdy stems (scapes) that rise above the foliage. Each flower cluster consists of tubular blooms that open sequentially from the bottom to the top of the scape. Anigozanthos 'Bush Dance' PBR is known for its striking coloration, often featuring shades of deep red, burgundy, or orange, sometimes with contrasting markings. The flowers are also rich in nectar, attracting birds such as honeyeaters, making them a valuable addition to wildlife-friendly gardens. Cultivation: Anigozanthos 'Bush Dance' PBR thrives in full sun and prefers well-drained soils. It is well-suited to various Australian garden styles, including native gardens, coastal gardens, and contemporary landscapes. While it can tolerate sandy or loamy soils, it performs best in soil that is slightly acidic to neutral. Good drainage is essential to prevent root rot, particularly during wet periods. Watering: Once established, Anigozanthos 'Bush Dance' PBR is relatively drought-tolerant and requires minimal watering. Water deeply during dry spells, allowing the soil to dry out slightly between waterings. Avoid overwatering, as this can lead to root rot. Pruning: Pruning needs for Anigozanthos 'Bush Dance' PBR are minimal. Remove spent flower stems once flowering has finished to promote new growth and maintain a tidy appearance. Trim back any dead or damaged leaves as needed throughout the growing season. Pests and Diseases: Anigozanthos 'Bush Dance' PBR is generally resistant to pests and diseases when grown under suitable conditions. However, it may be susceptible to root rot if planted in poorly drained soils. Ensure good air circulation around the plants to minimize the risk of fungal diseases. Uses: Garden Beds and Borders: Plant Anigozanthos 'Bush Dance' PBR in garden beds or borders to add a splash of vibrant color and unique texture. It complements other native plants and Mediterranean-style plants beautifully. Containers: Grow in large containers on patios, balconies, or verandas, where it can be admired up close. Cut Flowers: The stunning flowers of Anigozanthos 'Bush Dance' PBR make excellent cut flowers for floral arrangements, bringing a touch of Australian native beauty indoors. Environmental Benefits: As an Australian native plant, Anigozanthos 'Bush Dance' PBR attracts pollinators such as bees and birds, contributing to local biodiversity. Its drought tolerance and low water requirements make it suitable for water-wise gardening practices. Care Tips: Mulch around the base of the plant to retain moisture and suppress weeds. Fertilize with a balanced, slow-release fertilizer formulated for native plants in early spring to promote healthy growth and flowering. Protect from frost in cooler climates, or consider growing in containers that can be moved indoors during winter. By incorporating Anigozanthos 'Bush Dance' PBR into your garden, you can enjoy its spectacular flowers and unique form while supporting local wildlife and practicing sustainable gardening practices Anigozanthos 'Bush Dance' PBR (Kangaroo Paw) Botanical Name: Anigozanthos 'Bush Dance' PBR Common Name: Kangaroo Paw Family: Haemodoraceae Origin: Cultivar developed in Australia

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Anigozanthos Bush Fire (Kangaroo Paw)

Anigozanthos Bush Fire (Kangaroo Paw)

Description: Anigozanthos 'Bush Fire' is a stunning perennial plant celebrated for its unique kangaroo paw-shaped flowers and attractive foliage. It typically grows to about 0.6 to 1 meter (2 to 3 feet) in height and spread, forming clumps of strap-like leaves that emerge from underground rhizomes. The leaves are typically green to bluish-green, growing up to 60 cm (2 feet) in length. Flowers: The most striking feature of Anigozanthos 'Bush Fire' is its vivid and vibrant flowers. These flowers are borne on tall, sturdy stems (scapes) that rise above the foliage. Each flower cluster consists of tubular blooms that open sequentially from the bottom to the top of the scape. Anigozanthos 'Bush Fire' is known for its intense coloration, featuring shades of bright red, orange, and yellow that resemble a blazing fire, hence its name. The flowers are also rich in nectar, attracting birds such as honeyeaters, making them a valuable addition to wildlife-friendly gardens. Cultivation: Anigozanthos 'Bush Fire' thrives in full sun and prefers well-drained soils. It is well-suited to various Australian garden styles, including native gardens, coastal gardens, and contemporary landscapes. While it can tolerate sandy or loamy soils, it performs best in soil that is slightly acidic to neutral. Good drainage is crucial to prevent root rot, particularly during wet periods. Watering: Once established, Anigozanthos 'Bush Fire' is relatively drought-tolerant and requires minimal watering. Water deeply during dry spells, allowing the soil to dry out slightly between waterings. Avoid overwatering, as this can lead to root rot. Pruning: Pruning needs for Anigozanthos 'Bush Fire' are minimal. Remove spent flower stems once flowering has finished to promote new growth and maintain a neat appearance. Trim back any dead or damaged leaves as needed throughout the growing season. Pests and Diseases: Anigozanthos 'Bush Fire' is generally resistant to pests and diseases when grown under suitable conditions. However, it may be susceptible to root rot if planted in poorly drained soils. Ensure good air circulation around the plants to reduce the risk of fungal diseases. Uses: Garden Beds and Borders: Plant Anigozanthos 'Bush Fire' in garden beds or borders to add a splash of vibrant color and unique texture. It pairs well with other native plants and Mediterranean-style plants. Containers: Grow in large containers on patios, balconies, or verandas, where it can be admired up close. Cut Flowers: The stunning flowers of Anigozanthos 'Bush Fire' make excellent cut flowers for floral arrangements, bringing a touch of Australian native beauty indoors. Environmental Benefits: As an Australian native plant, Anigozanthos 'Bush Fire' attracts pollinators such as bees and birds, contributing to local biodiversity. Its drought tolerance and low water requirements make it suitable for water-wise gardening practices. Care Tips: Mulch around the base of the plant to retain moisture and suppress weeds. Fertilize with a balanced, slow-release fertilizer formulated for native plants in early spring to promote healthy growth and flowering. Protect from frost in cooler climates, or consider growing in containers that can be moved indoors during winter. By incorporating Anigozanthos 'Bush Fire' into your garden, you can enjoy its spectacular flowers and unique form while supporting local wildlife and practicing sustainable gardening practices Anigozanthos 'Bush Fire' (Kangaroo Paw) Botanical Name: Anigozanthos 'Bush Fire' Common Name: Kangaroo Paw Family: Haemodoraceae Origin: Cultivar developed in Australia

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Anigozanthos bush flare (Kangaroo Paw)

Anigozanthos bush flare (Kangaroo Paw)

Description: Anigozanthos 'Bush Flare' is a striking perennial plant valued for its unique kangaroo paw-shaped flowers and attractive foliage. It typically grows to about 0.6 to 1 meter (2 to 3 feet) in height and spread, forming clumps of strap-like leaves that emerge from underground rhizomes. The leaves are typically green to bluish-green, growing up to 60 cm (2 feet) in length. Flowers: The standout feature of Anigozanthos 'Bush Flare' is its vibrant and distinctive flowers. These flowers are borne on tall, sturdy stems (scapes) that rise above the foliage. Each flower cluster consists of tubular blooms that open sequentially from the bottom to the top of the scape. Anigozanthos 'Bush Flare' is known for its intense coloration, typically displaying shades of bright red, orange, or yellow, resembling a fiery flare. The flowers are also rich in nectar, attracting birds such as honeyeaters, making them a valuable addition to wildlife-friendly gardens. Cultivation: Anigozanthos 'Bush Flare' thrives in full sun and prefers well-drained soils. It is well-suited to various Australian garden styles, including native gardens, coastal gardens, and contemporary landscapes. While it can tolerate sandy or loamy soils, it performs best in soil that is slightly acidic to neutral. Good drainage is essential to prevent root rot, particularly during wet periods. Watering: Once established, Anigozanthos 'Bush Flare' is relatively drought-tolerant and requires minimal watering. Water deeply during dry spells, allowing the soil to dry out slightly between waterings. Avoid overwatering, as this can lead to root rot. Pruning: Pruning requirements for Anigozanthos 'Bush Flare' are minimal. Remove spent flower stems once flowering has finished to promote new growth and maintain a tidy appearance. Trim back any dead or damaged leaves as needed throughout the growing season. Pests and Diseases: Anigozanthos 'Bush Flare' is generally resistant to pests and diseases when grown under suitable conditions. However, it may be susceptible to root rot if planted in poorly drained soils. Ensure good air circulation around the plants to minimize the risk of fungal diseases. Uses: Garden Beds and Borders: Plant Anigozanthos 'Bush Flare' in garden beds or borders to add a splash of vibrant color and unique texture. It pairs well with other native plants and Mediterranean-style plants. Containers: Grow in large containers on patios, balconies, or verandas, where it can be admired up close. Cut Flowers: The striking flowers of Anigozanthos 'Bush Flare' make excellent cut flowers for floral arrangements, bringing a touch of Australian native beauty indoors. Environmental Benefits: As an Australian native plant, Anigozanthos 'Bush Flare' attracts pollinators such as bees and birds, contributing to local biodiversity. Its drought tolerance and low water requirements make it suitable for water-wise gardening practices. Care Tips: Mulch around the base of the plant to retain moisture and suppress weeds. Fertilize with a balanced, slow-release fertilizer formulated for native plants in early spring to promote healthy growth and flowering. Protect from frost in cooler climates, or consider growing in containers that can be moved indoors during winter. By incorporating Anigozanthos 'Bush Flare' into your garden, you can enjoy its spectacular flowers and unique form while supporting local wildlife and practicing sustainable gardening practices. Anigozanthos 'Bush Flare' (Kangaroo Paw) Botanical Name: Anigozanthos 'Bush Flare' Common Name: Kangaroo Paw Family: Haemodoraceae Origin: Cultivar developed in Australia

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Anigozanthos Bush Glow (Kangaroo Paw)

Anigozanthos Bush Glow (Kangaroo Paw)

Description: Anigozanthos 'Bush Glow' is a striking perennial plant prized for its unique kangaroo paw-shaped flowers and attractive foliage. It typically grows to about 0.6 to 1 meter (2 to 3 feet) in height and spread, forming clumps of strap-like leaves that emerge from underground rhizomes. The leaves are typically green to bluish-green, growing up to 60 cm (2 feet) in length. Flowers: The standout feature of Anigozanthos 'Bush Glow' is its vibrant and eye-catching flowers. These flowers are borne on tall, sturdy stems (scapes) that rise above the foliage. Each flower cluster consists of tubular blooms that open sequentially from the bottom to the top of the scape. Anigozanthos 'Bush Glow' is known for its striking coloration, often displaying shades of bright yellow, orange, or red, resembling a glowing ember. The flowers are also rich in nectar, attracting birds such as honeyeaters, making them a valuable addition to wildlife-friendly gardens. Cultivation: Anigozanthos 'Bush Glow' thrives in full sun and prefers well-drained soils. It is well-suited to various Australian garden styles, including native gardens, coastal gardens, and contemporary landscapes. While it can tolerate sandy or loamy soils, it performs best in soil that is slightly acidic to neutral. Good drainage is essential to prevent root rot, particularly during wet periods. Watering: Once established, Anigozanthos 'Bush Glow' is relatively drought-tolerant and requires minimal watering. Water deeply during dry spells, allowing the soil to dry out slightly between waterings. Avoid overwatering, as this can lead to root rot. Pruning: Pruning needs for Anigozanthos 'Bush Glow' are minimal. Remove spent flower stems once flowering has finished to promote new growth and maintain a tidy appearance. Trim back any dead or damaged leaves as needed throughout the growing season. Pests and Diseases: Anigozanthos 'Bush Glow' is generally resistant to pests and diseases when grown under suitable conditions. However, it may be susceptible to root rot if planted in poorly drained soils. Ensure good air circulation around the plants to minimize the risk of fungal diseases. Uses: Garden Beds and Borders: Plant Anigozanthos 'Bush Glow' in garden beds or borders to add a splash of vibrant color and unique texture. It complements other native plants and Mediterranean-style plants beautifully. Containers: Grow in large containers on patios, balconies, or verandas, where it can be admired up close. Cut Flowers: The stunning flowers of Anigozanthos 'Bush Glow' make excellent cut flowers for floral arrangements, bringing a touch of Australian native beauty indoors. Environmental Benefits: As an Australian native plant, Anigozanthos 'Bush Glow' attracts pollinators such as bees and birds, contributing to local biodiversity. Its drought tolerance and low water requirements make it suitable for water-wise gardening practices. Care Tips: Mulch around the base of the plant to retain moisture and suppress weeds. Fertilize with a balanced, slow-release fertilizer formulated for native plants in early spring to promote healthy growth and flowering. Protect from frost in cooler climates, or consider growing in containers that can be moved indoors during winter. By incorporating Anigozanthos 'Bush Glow' into your garden, you can enjoy its spectacular flowers and unique form while supporting local wildlife and practicing sustainable gardening practices Anigozanthos 'Bush Glow' (Kangaroo Paw) Botanical Name: Anigozanthos 'Bush Glow' Common Name: Kangaroo Paw Family: Haemodoraceae Origin: Cultivar developed in Australia

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Anigozanthos Bush Pearl PBR (Kangaroo Paw)

Anigozanthos Bush Pearl PBR (Kangaroo Paw)

Anigozanthos 'Bush Pearl' PBR is a stunning perennial plant prized for its unique kangaroo paw-shaped flowers and elegant foliage. It typically grows to about 0.6 to 1 meter (2 to 3 feet) in height and spread, forming clumps of strap-like leaves that arise from underground rhizomes. The leaves are typically green to bluish-green, growing up to 60 cm (2 feet) in length. Flowers: The standout feature of Anigozanthos 'Bush Pearl' PBR is its exquisite and distinctive flowers. These flowers are borne on tall, sturdy stems (scapes) that rise above the foliage. Each flower cluster consists of tubular blooms that open sequentially from the bottom to the top of the scape. Anigozanthos 'Bush Pearl' PBR is known for its delicate coloration, often featuring shades of creamy white, soft pink, or pale yellow, resembling pearls. The flowers are also rich in nectar, attracting birds such as honeyeaters, making them a valuable addition to wildlife-friendly gardens. Cultivation: Anigozanthos 'Bush Pearl' PBR thrives in full sun and prefers well-drained soils. It is well-suited to various Australian garden styles, including native gardens, coastal gardens, and contemporary landscapes. While it can tolerate sandy or loamy soils, it performs best in soil that is slightly acidic to neutral. Good drainage is essential to prevent root rot, particularly during wet periods. Watering: Once established, Anigozanthos 'Bush Pearl' PBR is relatively drought-tolerant and requires minimal watering. Water deeply during dry spells, allowing the soil to dry out slightly between waterings. Avoid overwatering, as this can lead to root rot. Pruning: Pruning needs for Anigozanthos 'Bush Pearl' PBR are minimal. Remove spent flower stems once flowering has finished to promote new growth and maintain a tidy appearance. Trim back any dead or damaged leaves as needed throughout the growing season. Pests and Diseases: Anigozanthos 'Bush Pearl' PBR is generally resistant to pests and diseases when grown under suitable conditions. However, it may be susceptible to root rot if planted in poorly drained soils. Ensure good air circulation around the plants to minimize the risk of fungal diseases. Uses: Garden Beds and Borders: Plant Anigozanthos 'Bush Pearl' PBR in garden beds or borders to add a touch of elegance with its soft colors and unique texture. It complements other native plants and Mediterranean-style plants beautifully. Containers: Grow in large containers on patios, balconies, or verandas, where it can be admired up close. Cut Flowers: The delicate flowers of Anigozanthos 'Bush Pearl' PBR make excellent cut flowers for floral arrangements, bringing a touch of Australian native beauty indoors. Environmental Benefits: As an Australian native plant, Anigozanthos 'Bush Pearl' PBR attracts pollinators such as bees and birds, contributing to local biodiversity. Its drought tolerance and low water requirements make it suitable for water-wise gardening practices. Care Tips: Mulch around the base of the plant to retain moisture and suppress weeds. Fertilize with a balanced, slow-release fertilizer formulated for native plants in early spring to promote healthy growth and flowering. Protect from frost in cooler climates, or consider growing in containers that can be moved indoors during winter. By incorporating Anigozanthos 'Bush Pearl' PBR into your garden, you can enjoy its exquisite flowers and unique form while supporting local wildlife and practicing sustainable gardening practices. Anigozanthos 'Bush Pearl' PBR (Kangaroo Paw) Botanical Name: Anigozanthos 'Bush Pearl' PBR Common Name: Kangaroo Paw Family: Haemodoraceae Origin: Cultivar developed in Australia

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Anigozanthos Bush Princess (Kangaroo Paw)

Anigozanthos Bush Princess (Kangaroo Paw)

Description: Anigozanthos 'Bush Princess' is a striking perennial plant known for its distinctive kangaroo paw-shaped flowers and attractive foliage. It typically grows to about 0.6 to 1 meter (2 to 3 feet) in height and spread, forming clumps of strap-like leaves that arise from underground rhizomes. The leaves are typically green to bluish-green, growing up to 60 cm (2 feet) in length. Flowers: The standout feature of Anigozanthos 'Bush Princess' is its vibrant and unique flowers. These flowers are borne on tall, sturdy stems (scapes) that rise above the foliage. Each flower cluster consists of tubular blooms that open sequentially from the bottom to the top of the scape. Anigozanthos 'Bush Princess' is known for its striking coloration, typically displaying shades of pink or coral-red, often with contrasting yellow highlights. The flowers are also rich in nectar, attracting birds such as honeyeaters, making them a valuable addition to wildlife-friendly gardens. Cultivation: Anigozanthos 'Bush Princess' thrives in full sun and prefers well-drained soils. It is well-suited to various Australian garden styles, including native gardens, coastal gardens, and contemporary landscapes. While it can tolerate sandy or loamy soils, it performs best in soil that is slightly acidic to neutral. Good drainage is crucial to prevent root rot, particularly during wet periods. Watering: Once established, Anigozanthos 'Bush Princess' is relatively drought-tolerant and requires minimal watering. Water deeply during dry spells, allowing the soil to dry out slightly between waterings. Avoid overwatering, as this can lead to root rot. Pruning: Pruning requirements for Anigozanthos 'Bush Princess' are minimal. Remove spent flower stems once flowering has finished to promote new growth and maintain a tidy appearance. Trim back any dead or damaged leaves as needed throughout the growing season. Pests and Diseases: Anigozanthos 'Bush Princess' is generally resistant to pests and diseases when grown under suitable conditions. However, it may be susceptible to root rot if planted in poorly drained soils. Ensure good air circulation around the plants to minimize the risk of fungal diseases. Uses: Garden Beds and Borders: Plant Anigozanthos 'Bush Princess' in garden beds or borders to add a splash of vibrant color and unique texture. It pairs well with other native plants and Mediterranean-style plants. Containers: Grow in large containers on patios, balconies, or verandas, where it can be admired up close. Cut Flowers: The striking flowers of Anigozanthos 'Bush Princess' make excellent cut flowers for floral arrangements, bringing a touch of Australian native beauty indoors. Environmental Benefits: As an Australian native plant, Anigozanthos 'Bush Princess' attracts pollinators such as bees and birds, contributing to local biodiversity. Its drought tolerance and low water requirements make it suitable for water-wise gardening practices. Care Tips: Mulch around the base of the plant to retain moisture and suppress weeds. Fertilize with a balanced, slow-release fertilizer formulated for native plants in early spring to promote healthy growth and flowering. Protect from frost in cooler climates, or consider growing in containers that can be moved indoors during winter. By incorporating Anigozanthos 'Bush Princess' into your garden, you can enjoy its spectacular flowers and unique form while supporting local wildlife and practicing sustainable gardening practices. Anigozanthos 'Bush Princess' (Kangaroo Paw) Botanical Name: Anigozanthos 'Bush Princess' Common Name: Kangaroo Paw Family: Haemodoraceae Origin: Cultivar developed in Australia

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Anigozanthos Bush Tenacity (Kangaroo Paw)

Anigozanthos Bush Tenacity (Kangaroo Paw)

Description: Anigozanthos 'Bush Tenacity' is a stunning perennial plant known for its unique kangaroo paw-shaped flowers and graceful foliage. It typically grows to about 60cm H x 45cm Wide and forms clumps of strap-like leaves arising from underground rhizomes.  Flowers: The standout feature of Anigozanthos 'Bush Tenacity' is its vibrant and distinctive flowers. These flowers are borne on tall, sturdy stems that rise above the foliage. Each flower cluster consists of tubular blooms that open sequentially from the bottom to the top of the scape. Anigozanthos 'Bush Tenacity' is known for its Orange, Yellow flowers. They are also rich in nectar, attracting birds Cultivation: Anigozanthos 'Bush Tenacity' thrives in full sun and prefers well-drained soils. It is well-suited to various Australian garden styles, including native gardens, coastal gardens, and contemporary landscapes. While it can tolerate sandy or loamy soils, it performs best in soil that is slightly acidic to neutral. Good drainage is essential to prevent root rot, particularly during wet periods. Watering: Once established, Anigozanthos 'Bush Tenacity' is relatively drought-tolerant and requires minimal watering. Water deeply during dry spells, allowing the soil to dry out slightly between waterings. Avoid overwatering, as this can lead to root rot. Pruning: Pruning needs for Anigozanthos 'Bush Tenacity' are minimal. Remove spent flower stems once flowering has finished to promote new growth and maintain a tidy appearance. Trim back any dead or damaged leaves as needed throughout the growing season. Pests and Diseases: Anigozanthos 'Bush Tenacity' is generally resistant to pests and diseases when grown under suitable conditions. However, it may be susceptible to root rot if planted in poorly drained soils. Ensure good air circulation around the plants to minimize the risk of fungal diseases. Uses: Garden Beds and Borders: Plant Anigozanthos 'Bush Tenacity' in garden beds or borders to add a splash of vibrant color and unique texture. It complements other native plants and Mediterranean-style plants beautifully. Containers: Grow in large containers on patios, balconies, or verandas, where it can be admired up close. Cut Flowers: The striking flowers of Anigozanthos 'Bush Tenacity' make excellent cut flowers for floral arrangements, bringing a touch of Australian native beauty indoors. Environmental Benefits: As an Australian native plant, Anigozanthos 'Bush Tenacity' attracts pollinators such as bees and birds, contributing to local biodiversity. Its drought tolerance and low water requirements make it suitable for water-wise gardening practices. Care Tips: Mulch around the base of the plant to retain moisture and suppress weeds. Fertilize with a balanced, slow-release fertilizer formulated for native plants in early spring to promote healthy growth and flowering. Protect from frost in cooler climates, or consider growing in containers that can be moved indoors during winter. Anigozanthos 'Bush Tenacity' (Kangaroo Paw) Botanical Name: Anigozanthos 'Bush Tenacity' Common Name: Kangaroo Paw Family: Haemodoraceae Origin: Cultivar developed in Australia

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Callistemon White Anzac

Callistemon White Anzac

Description: Callistemon 'White Anzac' is a low-growing, spreading evergreen shrub that typically reaches up to 1 meter in height and can spread up to 2-3 meters. It is known for its dense foliage and stunning white bottlebrush flowers. The leaves are narrow, lance-shaped, and dark green, providing a beautiful contrast to the bright white flowers. Flowers: The plant produces large, cylindrical spikes of creamy white flowers that resemble bottlebrushes. These blooms appear mainly in late spring to early summer, and they can sometimes occur sporadically throughout the year. The flowers are rich in nectar, making Callistemon 'White Anzac' highly attractive to birds, especially honeyeaters, as well as bees and butterflies. Cultivation: Callistemon 'White Anzac' is well-suited to a variety of Australian garden styles, including native, coastal, and cottage gardens. It thrives in full sun to partial shade and prefers well-drained soils. The plant is adaptable to sandy, loamy, and even clay soils, provided they drain well. It is also tolerant of coastal conditions, including salty winds. Watering: Once established, Callistemon 'White Anzac' is quite drought-tolerant and requires minimal watering. During extended dry periods, occasional deep watering will help maintain its health and vigour. Pruning: Light pruning after the main flowering period helps maintain a neat and compact shape and encourages more prolific flowering. Pruning can also help control its spread if space is limited. Pests and Diseases: Callistemon 'White Anzac' is generally pest-resistant and relatively free from diseases. However, it can be susceptible to root rot if planted in poorly drained soil. Regular monitoring and good garden hygiene will help keep the plant healthy. Uses: This versatile shrub is excellent for use as a ground cover, in garden borders, or as a feature plant. Its bird-attracting flowers make it ideal for wildlife gardens. Callistemon 'White Anzac' also works well in large containers, providing a splash of colour and texture on patios or balconies. It can also be used for erosion control on slopes due to its spreading habit. Environmental Benefits: As an Australian native, Callistemon 'White Anzac' supports local biodiversity by providing nectar and habitat for native birds, bees, and other beneficial insects. Its low water requirements and adaptability to various conditions make it a sustainable choice for water-wise gardening. Care Tips: Ensure good drainage by planting in raised beds or using well-draining soil. Mulch around the base to conserve moisture and suppress weeds, but keep mulch away from the stem to prevent rot. Fertilise annually with a balanced, slow-release fertiliser formulated for native plants to ensure optimal health and flowering. Regularly check for signs of nutrient deficiencies, such as yellowing leaves, and treat accordingly. By incorporating Callistemon 'White Anzac' into your garden, you not only enhance its beauty but also contribute to the local biodiversity, creating a vibrant and sustainable garden space. Callistemon 'White Anzac' Botanical Name: Callistemon 'White Anzac' Common Name: White Anzac Bottlebrush Family: Myrtaceae Origin: Native to Australia

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Grevillea 'Lilliane'

Grevillea 'Lilliane'

Description: Grevillea 'Lilliane' is a compact, evergreen shrub that typically grows to about 1.5 meters in height and width. It is renowned for its attractive, finely divided foliage and stunning flowers. The leaves are dark green, deeply lobed, and have a soft, fern-like appearance, contributing to its delicate and graceful aesthetic. Flowers: The plant produces an abundance of striking flowers from late winter through to spring, and often sporadically at other times of the year. The flowers are spider-like, with long, slender, curling petals that come in a vibrant shade of red, pink, or occasionally orange. These blooms are rich in nectar, making Grevillea 'Lilliane' a magnet for birds, especially honeyeaters, as well as bees and butterflies. Cultivation: Grevillea 'Lilliane' is well-suited to Australian gardens due to its drought tolerance and low maintenance needs. It prefers a sunny position but can tolerate light shade. The plant thrives in well-drained soil and can handle a variety of soil types, including sandy and loamy soils. It's important to avoid heavy clay soils or areas with poor drainage. Watering: Once established, Grevillea 'Lilliane' requires minimal watering. During prolonged dry periods, occasional deep watering will benefit the plant, but it is generally quite drought-tolerant. Pruning: Light pruning after the main flowering period will help maintain a compact shape and encourage more prolific flowering. Avoid heavy pruning into old wood, as Grevilleas can be sensitive to this. Pests and Diseases: Grevillea 'Lilliane' is relatively pest-free. However, it can be susceptible to root rot if planted in poorly drained soil. Watch for signs of chlorosis (yellowing leaves) which can indicate iron deficiency, often remedied by using a fertiliser suitable for Australian native plants. Uses: This versatile shrub is excellent for use in garden borders, rockeries, and as a feature plant in native garden settings. Its bird-attracting properties make it ideal for wildlife gardens. Grevillea 'Lilliane' also works well in containers, providing a splash of colour and texture on patios or balconies. Environmental Benefits: Being an Australian native, Grevillea 'Lilliane' plays a role in supporting local ecosystems. It provides food and habitat for native birds, bees, and butterflies. Additionally, its low water requirements make it a sustainable choice for water-wise gardening. Care Tips: Ensure good drainage by planting in raised beds or mounds if necessary. Mulch around the base to conserve moisture and suppress weeds, but keep mulch away from the stem to prevent rot. Fertilise annually with a low-phosphorus, slow-release fertiliser formulated for native plants. Monitor for iron deficiency and treat if needed. By incorporating Grevillea 'Lilliane' into your garden, you not only enhance its beauty but also contribute to the local biodiversity, creating a vibrant and sustainable garden space. Grevillea 'Lilliane' Botanical Name: Grevillea 'Lilliane' Common Name: Lilliane Grevillea Family: Proteaceae Origin: Hybrid, developed in Australia

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Grevillea Lana Maree

Grevillea Lana Maree

Description: Grevillea 'Lana Maree' is a compact, low-growing, evergreen shrub that typically reaches up to 1 meter in height and spreads to about 1.5 meters. It is admired for its dense, fine-textured foliage and prolific flowering habit. The leaves are narrow, needle-like, and dark green, giving the plant a lush and intricate appearance. Flowers: The plant is known for its abundant clusters of bright pink to red flowers that bloom mainly in spring, with sporadic flowering throughout the year. The flowers are small, spider-like, and appear at the ends of the branches. They are highly attractive to nectar-feeding birds and insects, adding vibrant life to any garden. Cultivation: Grevillea 'Lana Maree' is well-suited to a variety of Australian garden styles, including native, coastal, and cottage gardens. It thrives in full sun to partial shade and prefers well-drained soils. This plant can tolerate sandy, loamy, and even slightly clay soils, provided they drain well. It is particularly well-suited to coastal conditions and can handle salty winds. Watering: Once established, Grevillea 'Lana Maree' is very drought-tolerant. Watering should be moderate, with deep watering during extended dry periods. Overwatering should be avoided to prevent root rot. Pruning: Light pruning after the main flowering period helps maintain a neat and compact shape and encourages more blooms. Avoid cutting into old wood, as this can damage the plant. Pests and Diseases: This Grevillea variety is generally pest-resistant. However, it can be prone to root rot in poorly drained soils and may show signs of chlorosis (yellowing leaves) if the soil lacks adequate nutrients, particularly iron. Using a native plant fertiliser can help mitigate these issues. Uses: Grevillea 'Lana Maree' is versatile and ideal for use as a ground cover, in garden borders, or in mass plantings. Its compact size makes it perfect for smaller gardens and containers. The plant's bird-attracting flowers make it an excellent choice for wildlife gardens. Environmental Benefits: As an Australian native, Grevillea 'Lana Maree' supports local biodiversity by providing nectar and habitat for native birds, bees, and other beneficial insects. Its low water requirements and adaptability to various conditions make it a sustainable choice for eco-friendly gardens. Care Tips: Ensure good drainage to prevent root rot by planting in raised beds or using well-draining soil. Mulch around the base to retain moisture and suppress weeds, but keep mulch away from the stem to avoid rot. Fertilise with a low-phosphorus, slow-release fertiliser designed for native plants to ensure optimal health and flowering. Monitor for iron deficiency and treat with chelated iron if needed. By including Grevillea 'Lana Maree' in your garden, you enhance its visual appeal and support the local ecosystem, creating a vibrant, sustainable, and wildlife-friendly environment Grevillea 'Lana Maree' Botanical Name: Grevillea 'Lana Maree' Common Name: Lana Maree Grevillea Family: Proteaceae Origin: Hybrid, developed in Australia

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Grevillea Lollypops

Grevillea Lollypops

Description: Grevillea 'Lollypops' is a vigorous, evergreen shrub that typically reaches up to 2.5 meters in height and spreads to about 1.5-2 meters. It is notable for its attractive, finely divided foliage and striking flower displays. The leaves are dark green, deeply lobed, and have a soft, fern-like appearance, adding a lush texture to the plant. Flowers: The plant produces large, eye-catching clusters of bright pink to red flowers that bloom primarily from late winter through to spring, with sporadic flowering throughout the year. The flowers are cylindrical, with long, slender styles that curve outward, resembling lollipops, which is how the plant gets its name. These blooms are rich in nectar and highly attractive to birds, especially honeyeaters, as well as bees and butterflies. Cultivation: Grevillea 'Lollypops' is well-suited to a variety of Australian garden styles, including native, coastal, and informal gardens. It prefers a sunny position but can tolerate light shade. The plant thrives in well-drained soils and can handle a variety of soil types, including sandy and loamy soils. It's important to avoid heavy clay soils or areas with poor drainage. Watering: Once established, Grevillea 'Lollypops' requires minimal watering. It is drought-tolerant, but occasional deep watering during prolonged dry periods will benefit the plant. Pruning: Light pruning after the main flowering period will help maintain a compact shape and encourage more prolific flowering. Avoid heavy pruning into old wood, as Grevilleas can be sensitive to this. Pests and Diseases: Grevillea 'Lollypops' is relatively pest-free. However, it can be susceptible to root rot if planted in poorly drained soil. Watch for signs of chlorosis (yellowing leaves) which can indicate iron deficiency, often remedied by using a fertiliser suitable for Australian native plants. Uses: This versatile shrub is excellent for use in garden borders, as a feature plant, or in mass plantings. Its bird-attracting properties make it ideal for wildlife gardens. Grevillea 'Lollypops' also works well in large containers, providing a splash of colour and texture on patios or balconies. Environmental Benefits: Being an Australian native, Grevillea 'Lollypops' plays a role in supporting local ecosystems. It provides food and habitat for native birds, bees, and butterflies. Additionally, its low water requirements make it a sustainable choice for water-wise gardening. Care Tips: Ensure good drainage by planting in raised beds or mounds if necessary. Mulch around the base to conserve moisture and suppress weeds, but keep mulch away from the stem to prevent rot. Fertilise annually with a low-phosphorus, slow-release fertiliser formulated for native plants. Monitor for iron deficiency and treat if needed. By incorporating Grevillea 'Lollypops' into your garden, you not only enhance its beauty but also contribute to the local biodiversity, creating a vibrant and sustainable garden space. Grevillea 'Lollypops' Botanical Name: Grevillea 'Lollypops' Common Name: Lollypops Grevillea Family: Proteaceae Origin: Hybrid, developed in Australia

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Grevillea Molly

Grevillea Molly

Description: Grevillea 'Molly' is a robust, evergreen shrub that typically grows to about 1.5 to 2 meters in height and width. It is known for its dense, lush foliage and spectacular flower displays. The leaves are long, narrow, and dark green, creating a fine-textured, attractive backdrop for the vibrant flowers. Flowers: The plant produces stunning, large clusters of deep pink to red flowers that bloom mainly in spring and summer, with sporadic flowering throughout the year. The flowers are cylindrical and spider-like, featuring long, slender styles that extend outward, creating a striking visual impact. These blooms are rich in nectar and are particularly attractive to birds, especially honeyeaters, as well as bees and butterflies. Cultivation: Grevillea 'Molly' is well-suited to a range of Australian garden styles, including native, coastal, and cottage gardens. It thrives in full sun to partial shade and prefers well-drained soils. The plant is adaptable to sandy, loamy, and even slightly clay soils, provided they are well-draining. It is also tolerant of coastal conditions, including salty winds. Watering: Once established, Grevillea 'Molly' is quite drought-tolerant and requires minimal watering. During extended dry periods, occasional deep watering will help maintain its health and vigour. Pruning: Light pruning after the main flowering period helps maintain a neat and compact shape and encourages more prolific flowering. Avoid cutting into old wood, as this can damage the plant and reduce flowering potential. Pests and Diseases: This Grevillea variety is generally pest-resistant. However, it can be susceptible to root rot in poorly drained soils and may show signs of chlorosis (yellowing leaves) if the soil lacks adequate nutrients, particularly iron. Using a native plant fertiliser can help mitigate these issues. Uses: Grevillea 'Molly' is a versatile shrub, ideal for use as a feature plant, in garden borders, or in mass plantings. Its bird-attracting flowers make it an excellent choice for wildlife gardens. The plant also works well in large containers, adding a splash of colour and texture to patios or balconies. Environmental Benefits: As an Australian native, Grevillea 'Molly' supports local biodiversity by providing nectar and habitat for native birds, bees, and other beneficial insects. Its low water requirements and adaptability to various conditions make it a sustainable choice for eco-friendly gardens. Care Tips: Ensure good drainage to prevent root rot by planting in raised beds or using well-draining soil. Mulch around the base to retain moisture and suppress weeds, but keep mulch away from the stem to avoid rot. Fertilise with a low-phosphorus, slow-release fertiliser designed for native plants to ensure optimal health and flowering. Monitor for iron deficiency and treat with chelated iron if needed. By including Grevillea 'Molly' in your garden, you enhance its visual appeal and support the local ecosystem, creating a vibrant, sustainable, and wildlife-friendly environment. Grevillea 'Molly' Botanical Name: Grevillea 'Molly' Common Name: Molly Grevillea Family: Proteaceae Origin: Hybrid, developed in Australia

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Grevillea Pink Lady

Grevillea Pink Lady

Grevillea 'Pink Lady' Description Grevillea 'Pink Lady' is a beautiful and popular evergreen shrub known for its stunning flowers and hardy nature. It is a cultivar of the Grevillea genus, which belongs to the Proteaceae family and is native to Australia. Height and Width Height: Typically reaches a height of 1.5 to 2 metres. Width: Spreads out to a width of about 1 to 1.5 metres. Soil Type Soil Preference: Grevillea 'Pink Lady' prefers well-drained soils. It can tolerate a range of soil types from sandy to loamy soils but thrives best in slightly acidic to neutral soils. It is also known for its tolerance to poor soils and can perform well in nutrient-depleted areas. Plant Description Foliage: The shrub features fine, needle-like leaves that are dark green and can be slightly prickly to the touch. The foliage is dense, providing a lush and green appearance throughout the year. Growth Habit: Grevillea 'Pink Lady' has a compact and bushy growth habit, making it suitable for use as a hedge, in mass plantings, or as a specimen plant in gardens. Flower Description Flower Colour: The flowers of Grevillea 'Pink Lady' are a striking pink, often with a slightly deeper pink or red hue at the base. Flower Shape: The flowers are spider-like in shape, characteristic of many Grevillea species, and are composed of long, slender, and curved floral parts that extend outward, giving them a unique and eye-catching appearance. Blooming Season: This plant flowers prolifically from late winter through to spring and often has sporadic blooming throughout the year, especially in milder climates. Attracts Wildlife: The nectar-rich flowers are highly attractive to birds, especially honeyeaters, and various pollinating insects, making it a great plant for wildlife gardens. Cultivation and Care Watering: Once established, Grevillea 'Pink Lady' is quite drought-tolerant. It requires regular watering during its initial growth period but can survive on natural rainfall once mature. Sunlight: Prefers full sun to partial shade. Full sun encourages the best flower production. Pruning: Light pruning after the main flowering period can help maintain a neat shape and promote denser growth. Fertilising: Use a low-phosphorus fertiliser if necessary, as Grevilleas are sensitive to phosphorus.

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Grevillea Winpara Gold

Grevillea Winpara Gold

Description: Grevillea 'Winpara Gold' is a medium-sized, evergreen shrub that typically grows to about 1.5 to 2 meters in height and width. It is prized for its attractive, fine-textured foliage and striking, golden-yellow flowers. The leaves are deeply divided, dark green, and have a soft, fern-like appearance, contributing to the plant's delicate and ornamental aesthetic. Flowers: The plant produces abundant clusters of bright golden-yellow flowers that bloom primarily from late winter to spring, with sporadic flowering throughout the year. The flowers are spider-like, with long, slender petals that curl outward. These vibrant blooms are rich in nectar, making Grevillea 'Winpara Gold' highly attractive to birds, particularly honeyeaters, as well as bees and butterflies. Cultivation: Grevillea 'Winpara Gold' is well-suited to a variety of Australian garden styles, including native, coastal, and informal gardens. It thrives in full sun to partial shade and prefers well-drained soils. The plant is adaptable to sandy, loamy, and even slightly clay soils, provided they are well-draining. It is also tolerant of coastal conditions, including salty winds. Watering: Once established, Grevillea 'Winpara Gold' is quite drought-tolerant and requires minimal watering. During extended dry periods, occasional deep watering will help maintain its health and vigour. Pruning: Light pruning after the main flowering period helps maintain a neat and compact shape and encourages more prolific flowering. Avoid heavy pruning into old wood, as Grevilleas can be sensitive to this. Pests and Diseases: Grevillea 'Winpara Gold' is relatively pest-free. However, it can be susceptible to root rot if planted in poorly drained soil. Watch for signs of chlorosis (yellowing leaves) which can indicate iron deficiency, often remedied by using a fertiliser suitable for Australian native plants. Uses: This versatile shrub is excellent for use in garden borders, as a feature plant, or in mass plantings. Its bird-attracting properties make it ideal for wildlife gardens. Grevillea 'Winpara Gold' also works well in large containers, providing a splash of colour and texture on patios or balconies. Environmental Benefits: Being an Australian native, Grevillea 'Winpara Gold' plays a role in supporting local ecosystems. It provides food and habitat for native birds, bees, and butterflies. Additionally, its low water requirements make it a sustainable choice for water-wise gardening. Care Tips: Ensure good drainage by planting in raised beds or mounds if necessary. Mulch around the base to conserve moisture and suppress weeds, but keep mulch away from the stem to prevent rot. Fertilise annually with a low-phosphorus, slow-release fertiliser formulated for native plants. Monitor for iron deficiency and treat if needed. By incorporating Grevillea 'Winpara Gold' into your garden, you not only enhance its beauty but also contribute to the local biodiversity, creating a vibrant and sustainable garden space. Grevillea 'Winpara Gold' Botanical Name: Grevillea 'Winpara Gold' Common Name: Winpara Gold Grevillea Family: Proteaceae Origin: Hybrid, developed in Australia

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Hibbertia Scandens Golden Sunburst

Hibbertia Scandens Golden Sunburst

Description: Hibbertia scandens 'Golden Sunburst' is a vigorous, evergreen climber or scrambling shrub known for its lush foliage and stunning golden-yellow flowers. The plant can grow up to 2-5 meters in height and spread, depending on its support and growing conditions. The leaves are dark green, glossy, and oval-shaped, providing an attractive backdrop to the bright blooms. Flowers: The plant produces large, vibrant golden-yellow flowers that bloom mainly from spring to autumn, with sporadic flowering at other times of the year. Each flower has five petals and a prominent cluster of stamens in the center, creating a striking contrast against the green foliage. The flowers are typically 4-6 cm in diameter and are known for their cheerful, sunny appearance. Cultivation: Hibbertia scandens 'Golden Sunburst' is well-suited to a variety of garden styles, including native, coastal, and cottage gardens. It thrives in full sun to partial shade and prefers well-drained soils. The plant is adaptable to a range of soil types, including sandy, loamy, and even slightly clay soils, provided they are well-draining. It is also tolerant of coastal conditions, including salty winds. Watering: Once established, Hibbertia scandens 'Golden Sunburst' is relatively drought-tolerant. Regular watering is required during the initial establishment period. During prolonged dry periods, occasional deep watering will help maintain its health and vigor. Pruning: Light pruning can help maintain a neat shape and encourage more prolific flowering. Prune after the main flowering period to remove spent flowers and trim any excessively long or unruly stems. The plant can also be trained to climb on trellises, fences, or other supports. Pests and Diseases: Hibbertia scandens 'Golden Sunburst' is generally pest-resistant. However, it can be susceptible to root rot if planted in poorly drained soil. It is also relatively free from diseases but monitor for any signs of stress, such as yellowing leaves, which can indicate nutrient deficiencies or improper watering. Uses: This versatile plant is excellent for use as a climber on trellises, fences, and pergolas, or as a ground cover for large areas. Its bright, cheerful flowers make it a great choice for adding color to garden borders, rockeries, and mixed plantings. Hibbertia scandens 'Golden Sunburst' can also be used in containers for patios or balconies. Environmental Benefits: As an Australian native, Hibbertia scandens 'Golden Sunburst' supports local biodiversity by providing habitat and nectar for native bees, butterflies, and other beneficial insects. Its low water requirements and adaptability to various conditions make it a sustainable choice for eco-friendly gardening. Care Tips: Ensure good drainage to prevent root rot by planting in raised beds or using well-draining soil. Mulch around the base to retain moisture and suppress weeds, but keep mulch away from the stem to avoid rot. Fertilise with a balanced, slow-release fertiliser in spring to promote healthy growth and flowering. Provide support if you want the plant to climb, or allow it to scramble freely as a ground cover. By incorporating Hibbertia scandens 'Golden Sunburst' into your garden, you enhance its visual appeal and support the local ecosystem, creating a vibrant and sustainable garden space. Hibbertia scandens 'Golden Sunburst' Botanical Name: Hibbertia scandens 'Golden Sunburst' Common Name: Golden Sunburst Guinea Flower Family: Dilleniaceae Origin: Native to Australia

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Lomandra longifolia Verday

Description: Lomandra longifolia 'Verday', commonly known as Verday Mat Rush, is a hardy and versatile evergreen grass-like plant. It is known for its lush, dense clumps of narrow, arching, dark green leaves and its ability to thrive in a wide range of conditions. This cultivar is particularly noted for its vibrant color and robust growth habit. Flowers: In spring to early summer, Lomandra longifolia 'Verday' produces small, fragrant, cream to yellow flowers on short spikes that emerge from the base of the plant. The flowers are not particularly showy but add a subtle charm to the plant. Foliage: The foliage of Lomandra longifolia 'Verday' consists of narrow, strap-like leaves that can grow up to 1 meter in length. The leaves are a deep green color, maintaining their vibrancy throughout the year. The foliage forms dense, arching clumps that create a graceful, fountain-like appearance. Fruit: Following the flowering period, Lomandra longifolia 'Verday' may produce small, inconspicuous seed capsules. These are not a primary feature of the plant and are generally not considered ornamental. Form and Size: Lomandra longifolia 'Verday' forms a dense, clumping habit. It typically reaches a height and spread of 0.8 to 1 meter, making it an excellent choice for ground cover, borders, and mass plantings. Growing Conditions: Light: Prefers full sun to partial shade. It can tolerate a wide range of light conditions, from full sun to deep shade. Soil: Thrives in well-draining soil but is highly adaptable to various soil types, including sandy, loamy, and clay soils. It is tolerant of poor soils and coastal conditions. Water: Requires moderate watering but is highly drought-tolerant once established. It can also tolerate periods of wet conditions, making it suitable for various landscapes. Temperature: Hardy to a wide range of temperatures, from mild frosts to high heat. It is well-suited to both temperate and subtropical climates. Humidity: Can tolerate a range of humidity levels, making it versatile for different garden settings. Uses: Lomandra longifolia 'Verday' is used extensively in landscaping for its low-maintenance and versatile nature. It is ideal for mass plantings, borders, ground cover, erosion control, and as an accent plant in mixed beds. Its dense foliage also makes it an excellent choice for stabilizing slopes and banks. Maintenance: The Verday Mat Rush is very low-maintenance. It requires minimal pruning, with only occasional removal of dead or damaged leaves. It benefits from an annual application of a balanced, slow-release fertilizer in spring to promote healthy growth. Due to its hardy nature, it rarely suffers from pests or diseases. Notes: Lomandra longifolia 'Verday' is non-toxic and safe for pets and children. It is a popular choice for urban landscapes and public spaces due to its resilience and low-maintenance requirements. Companion Plants: Pairs well with other drought-tolerant plants such as Dianella, Westringia, and various grasses. It also complements flowering perennials like Echinacea and Rudbeckia, as well as shrubs like Leucophyllum and Grevillea, creating a diverse and attractive garden display. Lomandra longifolia 'Verday' Common Name: Verday Mat Rush Botanical Name: Lomandra longifolia 'Verday' Family: Asparagaceae Origin: Australia

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