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Nandina domestica Colourscape

Nandina domestica Colourscape

Description: Nandina domestica 'Colourscape', commonly known as Colourscape Nandina, is an evergreen shrub prized for its colorful foliage and compact growth habit. This cultivar is known for its multi-seasonal interest and ease of care, making it an excellent choice for a variety of garden settings. Flowers: Blooms: Produces small, white flowers in late spring to early summer. The flowers are borne in clusters and add a delicate touch to the plant. Fragrance: The flowers are not particularly fragrant. Fruit: Fruit: Small, red berries may follow the flowers in autumn. While ornamental, the fruit is not typically a significant feature of this cultivar. Foliage: Leaves: The foliage is a standout feature, with new growth emerging in shades of vibrant red, orange, and bronze. As the leaves mature, they transition to shades of green, providing a dynamic, multi-colored display throughout the year. Seasonal Color: Colourscape maintains its vibrant foliage color year-round, providing continuous interest. Form and Size: Size: Typically grows 60-90 cm tall and wide, forming a compact, mounded habit. Habit: Upright and bushy, with a dense, rounded shape that makes it suitable for small gardens, borders, and containers. Growing Conditions: Climate: Thrives in temperate to subtropical climates, making it suitable for various regions in Australia. It prefers mild winters and warm summers. Soil: Prefers well-draining, fertile soil but can adapt to a variety of soil types, including sandy and loamy soils. Mulching helps retain moisture and regulate soil temperature. Sunlight: Best grown in full sun to partial shade. Full sun encourages the brightest foliage color, while partial shade is beneficial in hotter climates to prevent leaf scorch. Watering: Regular watering during the establishment phase is crucial. Once established, it is drought-tolerant but benefits from occasional deep watering during prolonged dry spells. Uses: Borders and Edges: Ideal for creating colorful borders and edging in garden beds due to its compact size and vibrant foliage. Specimen Plant: Can be used as a standalone specimen plant in small gardens and courtyards, where its bright foliage can be showcased. Containers: Suitable for growing in large containers or pots on patios and balconies, providing a splash of color throughout the year. Maintenance: Pruning: Minimal pruning is required to maintain its shape. Remove any dead or damaged foliage as needed. Pruning in late winter or early spring can help encourage fresh, new growth. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced fertilizer in early spring to promote healthy growth and maintain vibrant foliage color. Pests and Diseases: Generally resistant to pests and diseases. Monitor for scale insects, aphids, and leaf spot, especially in humid conditions. Notes: Hardiness: Hardy in USDA zones 6-11. In cooler regions of Australia, provide protection from severe frost to prevent damage to young shoots. Companion Plants: Pair with other colorful foliage plants or flowering perennials to create a dynamic garden display. Good companions include Heuchera, Liriope, and ornamental grasses Nandina domestica 'Colourscape' Common Name: Colourscape Nandina, Heavenly Bamboo Botanical Name: Nandina domestica 'Colourscape' Family: Berberidaceae Origin: Cultivar selected for its ornamental foliage and vibrant color

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Tabernaemontana Little Emerald

Tabernaemontana Little Emerald

Description: Tabernaemontana corymbosa 'Little Emerald', commonly known as Little Emerald, is an evergreen shrub prized for its compact form, attractive foliage, and delicate white flowers. This cultivar is particularly valued for its lush green leaves and suitability for small gardens, borders, and containers. Flowers: Blooms: The plant produces clusters of small, white, star-shaped flowers throughout the year, with peak blooming in spring and summer. The blossoms add a delicate and elegant touch to the garden. Fragrance: The flowers have a light, pleasant fragrance that attracts pollinators. Foliage: Leaves: The leaves are glossy, dark green, and elliptical, providing a lush and vibrant appearance year-round. Seasonal Color: The foliage maintains its deep green color throughout the year. Fruit: Fruit: The plant occasionally produces small, orange fruit. These are generally not significant for ornamental value. Form and Size: Size: Typically grows 0.5-1 meter tall and wide, forming a dense, rounded shape. Habit: Compact and bushy with a well-branched structure, making it suitable for various landscape uses. Growing Conditions: Climate: Thrives in tropical to subtropical climates and is suitable for warm regions in Australia. It can be grown indoors in cooler climates. Soil: Prefers well-draining, fertile soils but can adapt to a variety of soil types, including sandy and loamy soils. Avoid waterlogged conditions. Sunlight: Best grown in partial shade to full sun to ensure robust growth and optimal flowering. Watering: Regular watering is essential, especially during the growing season. Allow the top layer of soil to dry out between waterings to prevent overwatering. Uses: Ornamental Shrub: Highly valued as an ornamental shrub for its attractive foliage and delicate flowers. Borders and Edging: Ideal for creating low borders and edging due to its compact growth habit. Containers: Suitable for growing in containers, making it a versatile choice for patios, balconies, and small gardens. Indoor Plant: Can be grown indoors in bright, indirect light. Maintenance: Pruning: Prune regularly to maintain shape and remove dead or diseased wood. Light pruning encourages bushier growth and enhances the plant’s appearance. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced fertilizer during the growing season to promote healthy growth and prolific flowering. Pests and Diseases: Generally resistant to many pests and diseases. Monitor for common pests such as aphids, mealybugs, and spider mites. Maintain good air circulation to prevent fungal diseases. Notes: Hardiness: Hardy in USDA zones 10-11. In cooler regions of Australia, grow indoors or provide protection from frost. Companion Plants: Pair with other tropical and subtropical plants such as ferns, peace lilies, and anthuriums to create a lush garden display. Tabernaemontana corymbosa 'Little Emerald' Common Name: Little Emerald Botanical Name: Tabernaemontana corymbosa 'Little Emerald' Family: Apocynaceae Origin: Native to Southeast Asia

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Polygala 'Little Bibi'

Polygala 'Little Bibi'

Description: Polygala 'Little Bibi', commonly known as Little Bibi Polygala or Sweet Pea Shrub, is a compact, evergreen shrub known for its dense, rounded growth habit and prolific flowering. This cultivar is particularly valued for its attractive, pea-like flowers and its suitability for small gardens, borders, and containers. Flowers: Blooms: Produces masses of small, pea-like flowers in a vibrant shade of purple or magenta. The flowers appear in clusters at the branch tips and bloom prolifically from spring through autumn. Fragrance: The flowers have a mild, pleasant fragrance. Foliage: Leaves: Small, narrow, lance-shaped leaves that are bright green. The foliage is dense and remains attractive throughout the year. Seasonal Color: The evergreen foliage maintains its vibrant green color year-round, providing consistent interest. Form and Size: Size: Typically grows 0.5-1 meter tall and wide, forming a compact, rounded shape. Habit: Dense and bushy with a naturally compact form, making it suitable for various landscape uses. Growing Conditions: Climate: Thrives in temperate to subtropical climates, suitable for various regions in Australia. It can tolerate light frosts. Soil: Prefers well-draining soil but can adapt to a variety of soil types, including sandy and loamy soils. It tolerates both acidic and alkaline conditions. Sunlight: Best grown in full sun to partial shade. Full sun encourages the best growth and flowering, while partial shade can help prevent leaf scorch in hotter climates. Watering: Regular watering during the establishment phase is crucial. Once established, it is moderately drought-tolerant but benefits from consistent moisture during dry periods. Uses: Borders and Edges: Ideal for planting along borders and edges, where its compact size and vibrant flowers can be showcased. Specimen Plant: Can be used as a standalone specimen plant in small gardens and courtyards, where its form and flowers can be admired. Containers: Suitable for growing in containers or pots, providing a colorful addition to patios and balconies. Ground Cover: Effective as a low ground cover in garden beds and mixed borders. Maintenance: Pruning: Minimal pruning is required to maintain its shape. Light pruning after flowering can help encourage bushier growth and more prolific blooming. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced fertilizer in early spring to promote healthy growth and abundant flowering. Pests and Diseases: Generally resistant to pests and diseases. Monitor for aphids and spider mites, especially in humid conditions. Notes: Hardiness: Hardy in USDA zones 8-11. In cooler regions of Australia, provide protection from severe frost to prevent damage to young shoots. Companion Plants: Pair with other compact and colorful shrubs and perennials that thrive in similar conditions, such as lavender, rosemary, and ornamental grasses, to create a vibrant and cohesive garden display Polygala 'Little Bibi' (Little Bibi Polygala) Common Name: Little Bibi Polygala, Sweet Pea Shrub Botanical Name: Polygala 'Little Bibi' Family: Polygalaceae Origin: Cultivated variety of Polygala myrtifolia

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Euphorbia characias Silver Swan

Euphorbia characias Silver Swan

Euphorbia characias 'Silver Swan' is an elegant perennial plant prized for its striking foliage and architectural form. This cultivar, a member of the Euphorbiaceae family, is known for its ornamental appeal and low-maintenance nature, making it a popular choice for Australian gardens and landscapes. Height and Width Height: Typically grows to a height of 60 to 90 centimeters when mature. Width: Spreads out to a width of about 60 to 90 centimeters. Soil Type Soil Preference: 'Silver Swan' prefers well-drained, fertile soil with a sandy or loamy texture. It can tolerate a range of soil pH levels, from slightly acidic to slightly alkaline, but performs best in soil that is rich in organic matter. Plant Description Foliage: The plant features lance-shaped leaves that are variegated with shades of green, silver, and cream. The foliage has a silvery sheen and is adorned with subtle burgundy markings, adding visual interest and texture to the plant. Growth Habit: 'Silver Swan' has a compact, mounding growth habit with dense branching and a rounded form. It typically forms a low, bushy mound that fills in quickly, providing a colorful and attractive accent in garden beds and containers. Flower Description Flowers: 'Silver Swan' produces clusters of small, inconspicuous flowers in spring to early summer. The flowers are borne in terminal clusters atop the foliage and are surrounded by colorful bracts that complement the variegated foliage. While the flowers themselves are not particularly showy, they add to the overall ornamental appeal of the plant. Cultivation and Care Watering: Provide regular watering during the establishment period to encourage deep root development. Once established, 'Silver Swan' is moderately drought-tolerant and requires minimal supplemental watering, except during prolonged dry periods or hot weather. Sunlight: 'Silver Swan' prefers full sun to partial shade. It thrives in bright, sunny conditions and requires at least 6 hours of direct sunlight daily for optimal growth and foliage coloration. Temperature: 'Silver Swan' is well-suited to the Australian climate and thrives in warm, temperate regions. It can tolerate heat and drought once established but may benefit from protection during extreme heatwaves or prolonged dry spells. Pruning: Prune as needed to maintain shape, remove dead or diseased branches, and promote airflow within the canopy. 'Silver Swan' responds well to light pruning and can be shaped into a more compact form if desired. Fertilising: Apply a balanced, slow-release fertiliser formulated for flowering shrubs and perennials in spring to promote healthy growth and foliage coloration. Additional Notes Pests and Diseases: 'Silver Swan' is relatively resistant to pests and diseases but may be susceptible to fungal diseases such as powdery mildew in humid conditions. Monitor regularly and treat promptly if issues arise. Uses: Ideal for use as a colorful accent or border plant in gardens, containers, and mixed plantings. 'Silver Swan' adds texture, color, and visual interest to outdoor spaces, providing year-round beauty with minimal care and maintenance.

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Some of our Medium Sized Plants

We grow a great range of Quality plants that grow around the 2-4m in height

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Magnolia grandiflora Kay Parris

Magnolia grandiflora Kay Parris

Description: Magnolia grandiflora 'Kay Parris' is an evergreen hybrid magnolia tree valued for its large, fragrant flowers and compact growth habit. It is a cultivar derived from the Southern Magnolia, renowned for its glossy foliage and impressive blooms. Flowers: Blooms: Large, creamy-white flowers with a hint of lemon-yellow at the base. The flowers are cup-shaped and appear in late spring to summer, adding a touch of elegance to the landscape. Fragrance: The flowers emit a sweet, citrus-like fragrance that attracts pollinators and adds to the garden's appeal. Foliage: Leaves: Glossy, dark green leaves with a leathery texture provide year-round interest. The foliage remains on the tree throughout the year, offering a lush backdrop to the blooms. Form and Size: Size: Typically grows 7-10 meters tall and 4-6 meters wide, forming a pyramidal to broadly oval shape with a dense canopy. Habit: Upright when young, becoming more spreading with age. Growing Conditions: Climate: Thrives in temperate to subtropical climates, suitable for many parts of Australia. It prefers mild summers and cool winters but can tolerate occasional frosts once established. Soil: Prefers well-draining, acidic to slightly acidic soil enriched with organic matter. Mulching helps retain moisture and keeps the root zone cool. Sunlight: Best grown in full sun to partial shade. Protect from intense afternoon sun in hotter climates. Watering: Regular watering during the establishment phase is important. Once established, it has moderate drought tolerance but benefits from supplemental watering during prolonged dry spells. Uses: Landscape Feature: Ideal as a specimen tree in gardens, parks, and larger landscapes due to its attractive foliage and showy blooms. Screens and Hedges: Suitable for planting as a screen or hedge for privacy, especially when multiple trees are planted together. Containers: Can be grown in large containers or pots on patios and balconies, provided they have sufficient space for root growth. Maintenance: Pruning: Prune lightly after flowering to maintain shape and remove any dead or damaged branches. Avoid heavy pruning, as it can affect flowering. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced fertilizer in spring to promote healthy growth and flowering. Avoid excessive nitrogen, which can lead to lush foliage at the expense of blooms. Pests and Diseases: Generally resistant to pests and diseases. Monitor for scale insects, aphids, and powdery mildew, especially in humid conditions. Notes: Hardiness: Hardy in USDA zones 7-10. In cooler regions of Australia, provide protection from severe frosts to prevent damage to flowers and foliage. Companion Plants: Underplant with shade-loving perennials or ground covers like hostas or ferns to enhance the base of the tree Magnolia grandiflora 'Kay Parris' Common Name: Kay Parris Southern Magnolia Botanical Name: Magnolia grandiflora 'Kay Parris' Family: Magnoliaceae Origin: Cultivar selected for ornamental purposes

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Syzygium Plum Magic

Syzygium Plum Magic

Description: Syzygium 'Plum Magic', commonly known as Plum Magic Lilly Pilly, is an evergreen shrub prized for its vibrant plum-colored new growth, attractive foliage, and suitability for hedges and borders. This cultivar is particularly valued for its striking color and dense growth habit, making it an excellent choice for ornamental plantings and privacy screens. Flowers: Blooms: The plant produces clusters of small, fluffy white flowers in spring to early summer. These blossoms are highly ornamental and attract pollinators. Fragrance: The flowers have a light, pleasant fragrance. Foliage: Leaves: The leaves are glossy, dark green, and elliptical, providing a lush appearance year-round. New growth emerges with a striking plum color, adding seasonal interest. Seasonal Color: The foliage maintains its deep green color year-round, with new growth showing a vibrant plum hue. Fruit: Fruit: Small, edible, red to purple berries develop after the flowering period, adding further ornamental interest. These berries are attractive to birds. Form and Size: Size: Typically grows 2-3 meters tall and 1-2 meters wide, forming a dense, rounded shape. Habit: Upright and bushy with a well-branched structure, making it suitable for various landscape uses. Growing Conditions: Climate: Thrives in temperate to subtropical climates and is suitable for various regions in Australia. It can tolerate light frosts and coastal conditions. Soil: Prefers well-draining, fertile soils but can adapt to a variety of soil types, including sandy and loamy soils. Avoid waterlogged conditions. Sunlight: Best grown in full sun to partial shade to ensure robust growth and vibrant foliage color. Watering: Regular watering during the establishment phase is crucial. Once established, it benefits from consistent moisture but can tolerate some drought. Uses: Ornamental Shrub: Highly valued as an ornamental shrub for its attractive foliage and prolific flowering. Hedges and Borders: Ideal for creating medium to tall hedges, borders, and foundation plantings due to its dense growth habit. Containers: Suitable for growing in large containers, making it a versatile choice for patios and small gardens. Privacy Screen: Excellent for creating privacy screens and windbreaks. Maintenance: Pruning: Prune regularly to maintain shape and remove dead or diseased wood. Light pruning encourages bushier growth and enhances the plant’s appearance. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced fertilizer in early spring to promote healthy growth and vibrant foliage color. Pests and Diseases: Generally resistant to many pests and diseases. Monitor for psyllids, scale insects, and fungal diseases, especially in humid conditions. Notes: Hardiness: Hardy in USDA zones 9-11. In cooler regions of Australia, provide protection from severe frost to prevent damage to new growth. Companion Plants: Pair with other Australian natives and evergreen shrubs, such as Callistemon and Grevillea, to create a harmonious and visually appealing garden display. Propagation: Propagate by semi-hardwood cuttings in summer or by seed. Syzygium 'Plum Magic' Common Name: Plum Magic Lilly Pilly Botanical Name: Syzygium 'Plum Magic' Family: Myrtaceae Origin: Hybrid variety of Syzygium species

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Conifer & Pine plants

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Juniperus spartan is one of the most perfect screening conifer plants. beautiful dark green evergreen foliage  Grows approx. 4-5m tall x 1.0m wide over a 10 year period  great plant for screening and also topiary in pots

Juniperus chinensis Spartan

Description: Juniperus chinensis 'Spartan' is a fast-growing, evergreen conifer known for its dense, columnar to pyramidal growth habit. It is a popular choice for formal gardens, hedges, and topiary due to its strong, upright shape and rich green foliage. This cultivar can reach heights of 4-6 meters with a spread of about 1-1.5 meters, making it an excellent choice for vertical accents in the landscape. Foliage: Needles: The foliage is rich green, scale-like, and tightly packed along the branches. It maintains its vibrant color throughout the year, providing year-round interest. Form: 'Spartan' has a naturally columnar to pyramidal form with a strong central leader and dense branching, making it an ideal candidate for topiary and formal hedging. Growing Conditions: Climate: 'Spartan' is highly adaptable to a variety of climates. It thrives in temperate to subtropical regions of Australia, including coastal areas. It is hardy and can tolerate frost, heat, and periods of drought once established. Soil: Prefers well-drained, sandy, or loamy soils. It can adapt to a range of soil types, from slightly acidic to slightly alkaline. Good drainage is essential to prevent root rot. Sunlight: Requires full sun to partial shade. For optimal growth and foliage density, it needs at least 6 hours of direct sunlight per day. Watering: Needs regular watering during the establishment period. Once established, it is relatively drought-tolerant. Water deeply but infrequently, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings. Planting and Care: Planting: Plant in spring or autumn. Ensure the planting site has good drainage and enough space for the tree to develop its natural shape. It can be used as a hedge, screen, or specimen plant. Pruning: Minimal pruning is needed to maintain its shape. Remove any dead or damaged branches and lightly trim to shape if necessary. Pruning is best done in late winter to early spring before new growth begins. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced, slow-release fertilizer in early spring to support healthy growth. Mulching around the base can help retain soil moisture and suppress weeds. Pests and Diseases: Juniperus chinensis 'Spartan' is generally resistant to most pests and diseases but can occasionally be affected by: Juniper Scale: Small, white insects that can cause yellowing of the foliage. Treat with horticultural oil or insecticidal soap. Spider Mites: Can cause foliage to look speckled or bronzed, especially during hot, dry weather. Increase humidity and use miticides if necessary. Phomopsis Blight: Causes shoot tips to turn brown and die back. Prevent by avoiding overhead watering and ensuring good air circulation. Landscape Uses: Spartan Juniper is an excellent choice for a variety of landscape uses, including: Hedges and Screens: Its dense, upright growth makes it ideal for privacy screens and windbreaks. Specimen Plant: Its striking form and color make it a great focal point in garden beds or as a standalone specimen. Topiary: Its dense foliage and upright growth habit make it suitable for topiary and formal garden designs. Foundation Planting: Its neat shape and size make it suitable for planting near buildings and along foundations. Notes: Tolerances: Highly tolerant of urban pollution, making it suitable for city gardens. Maintenance: Low-maintenance once established, requiring little more than occasional watering and pruning. Versatility: Can be used in both formal and informal garden settings due to its adaptable growth habit and aesthetic appeal Juniperus chinensis 'Spartan' (Chinese Juniper) Common Name: Spartan Juniper, Chinese Juniper 'Spartan' Botanical Name: Juniperus chinensis 'Spartan' Family: Cupressaceae Origin: Cultivar of a species native to East Asia (China, Japan, Korea)

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Thuja occidentalis smaragd

Thuja occidentalis smaragd

Description: Thuja occidentalis 'Smaragd', commonly known as Emerald Green Arborvitae or Smaragd Arborvitae, is a popular evergreen conifer prized for its narrow, conical shape and vibrant green foliage. This cultivar is particularly valued for its year-round color and compact form, making it an excellent choice for hedges, screens, and specimen plantings. Foliage: Leaves: The leaves are scale-like, bright green, and arranged in flat sprays. They maintain their vibrant color throughout the year, even in winter. Seasonal Color: The foliage remains a rich green color year-round, providing continuous visual interest. Form and Size: Size: Typically grows 3-5 meters tall and 1-2 meters wide, forming a narrow, conical shape. Habit: Upright and densely columnar, making it suitable for various landscape uses where space is limited. Growing Conditions: Climate: Thrives in temperate climates and is suitable for various regions in Australia. It can tolerate light frosts and is adaptable to urban conditions. Soil: Prefers well-draining, fertile soils but can adapt to a variety of soil types, including sandy and loamy soils. Avoid waterlogged conditions. Sunlight: Best grown in full sun to partial shade to ensure robust growth and maintain foliage color. Watering: Regular watering during the establishment phase is crucial. Once established, it benefits from consistent moisture but can tolerate some drought. Uses: Ornamental Tree: Highly valued as an ornamental tree for its attractive foliage and compact form. Hedges and Screening: Ideal for creating narrow hedges, screens, and windbreaks due to its dense growth habit. Specimen Plant: Suitable as a focal point in gardens and landscapes. Containers: Can be grown in large containers, making it a versatile choice for patios and small gardens. Maintenance: Pruning: Prune lightly to maintain shape and remove dead or diseased branches. Minimal pruning is required due to its naturally tidy form. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced fertilizer in early spring to promote healthy growth and vibrant foliage color. Pests and Diseases: Generally resistant to many pests and diseases. Monitor for common issues such as spider mites, bagworms, and fungal diseases. Maintain good air circulation to prevent fungal problems. Notes: Hardiness: Hardy in USDA zones 3-8. In cooler regions of Australia, provide protection from severe frost to prevent damage to young shoots. Companion Plants: Pair with other evergreen shrubs and perennials, such as boxwood and heucheras, to create a harmonious and visually appealing garden display Thuja occidentalis 'Smaragd' Common Name: Emerald Green Arborvitae, Smaragd Arborvitae Botanical Name: Thuja occidentalis 'Smaragd' Family: Cupressaceae Origin: Native to Eastern North America

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Cupressus Sempervirens Glauca pencil pine forms a tall dark blue green column of foliage with a compact habit. Ideal along driveways and screening. grows to around 10m tall x 1.0m wide over a 10 year period

Cupressus sempervirens Glauca

Cupressus sempervirens 'Glauca', commonly known as Blue Italian Cypress, is a tall, narrow evergreen conifer prized for its striking blue-gray foliage and elegant, columnar form. Native to southern Europe and western Asia, this cultivar is valued for its ornamental appeal and adaptability to a wide range of growing conditions in Australian landscapes. Height and Width Height: Typically grows to a height of 10 to 20 meters or more when mature. Width: Spreads out to a width of about 1 to 2 meters. Soil Type Soil Preference: Blue Italian Cypress prefers well-drained soil with a sandy or loamy texture. It can tolerate a range of soil pH levels, from slightly acidic to slightly alkaline, but requires good drainage to prevent waterlogging. Plant Description Foliage: The plant features scale-like leaves that are aromatic and densely arranged along the branches. The foliage is a distinctive blue-gray color, providing year-round color and texture to the landscape. Growth Habit: Blue Italian Cypress has a narrow, columnar growth habit with a straight trunk and densely packed branches. It maintains a formal, upright form without the need for extensive pruning, making it an excellent choice for vertical accents, screens, and windbreaks. Flower and Fruit Description Flowers: Italian Cypress produces small, inconspicuous flowers in late winter to early spring, but they are not particularly showy or ornamental. Fruit: The plant may produce small, round cones containing seeds, but they are generally inconspicuous and do not contribute significantly to its ornamental value. Cultivation and Care Watering: Provide regular watering during the establishment period to ensure proper root development. Once established, Blue Italian Cypress is drought-tolerant and requires minimal supplemental watering, except during prolonged dry periods. Sunlight: Prefers full sun to partial shade. It thrives in bright, sunny conditions and can tolerate some shade, but full sun exposure promotes optimal growth and color development of the foliage. Temperature: Italian Cypress is tolerant of a wide range of temperatures and is suitable for growing in most regions of Australia. It can withstand heat, drought, and moderate frost once established. Pruning: Prune as needed to maintain shape, remove dead or diseased branches, and promote airflow within the canopy. Blue Italian Cypress responds well to regular pruning and can be shaped into formal hedges, screens, or topiary specimens. Fertilising: Apply a balanced, slow-release fertiliser formulated for evergreen trees and shrubs in spring to provide essential nutrients for healthy growth. Additional Notes Pests and Diseases: Blue Italian Cypress is generally resistant to pests and diseases, but it may be susceptible to cypress aphids, spider mites, and fungal diseases such as canker and root rot in certain conditions. Monitor regularly and treat promptly if issues arise. Uses: Ideal for use as a vertical accent, formal hedge, screen, windbreak, or specimen planting in gardens, parks, and landscapes. Blue Italian Cypress provides architectural interest, year-round color, and structural definition to outdoor spaces.

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Juniperus chinensis 'Pyramidalis'  has a tight blue green like colour foliage and will grow to approx. 1.5 m tall, this slow growing conifer is a great addition to any garden and also ideal for Pots

Juniperus chinensis Pyramidalis

Description: Juniperus chinensis 'Pyramidalis' is a compact, evergreen conifer known for its distinct, upright, pyramidal growth habit. This cultivar of the Chinese Juniper can reach heights of up to 6 meters and spreads to about 1.5 meters in width. Its dense, columnar shape and attractive foliage make it a popular choice for formal gardens, hedges, and specimen plantings. Foliage: Needles: The foliage is scale-like, tightly packed, and ranges from bright green to bluish-green. The leaves are aromatic when crushed and maintain their color throughout the year. Form: The tree has a naturally pyramidal shape, with a strong central leader and densely packed branches that ascend upwards. Growing Conditions: Climate: Chinese Juniper 'Pyramidalis' is highly adaptable and can thrive in a variety of climates. It is well-suited to most parts of Australia, including coastal areas, provided it has good drainage. It is hardy and can tolerate frost, heat, and drought once established. Soil: Prefers well-drained, sandy, or loamy soils. It can tolerate a range of soil types, including slightly alkaline to acidic soils. Avoid waterlogged conditions. Sunlight: Requires full sun to partial shade. At least 6 hours of direct sunlight per day is ideal for maintaining its shape and foliage color. Watering: Needs regular watering during the establishment period. Once established, it is relatively drought-tolerant. Water deeply but infrequently, allowing the soil to dry out between waterings. Planting and Care: Planting: Plant in spring or autumn. Ensure the planting site has good drainage and enough space for the tree to develop its natural shape. Pruning: Minimal pruning is needed to maintain its shape. Remove any dead or damaged branches and trim to shape if necessary. Pruning is best done in late winter to early spring before new growth begins. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced, slow-release fertilizer in early spring to support healthy growth. Mulching around the base can help retain soil moisture and suppress weeds. Pests and Diseases: Juniperus chinensis 'Pyramidalis' is generally resistant to most pests and diseases but can occasionally be affected by: Juniper Scale: Small, white insects that can cause yellowing of the foliage. Treat with horticultural oil or insecticidal soap. Cedar-Apple Rust: A fungal disease that causes galls on junipers and affects apples and crabapples. Prune out affected branches and apply fungicides if necessary. Phomopsis Blight: Causes shoot tips to turn brown and die back. Prevent by avoiding overhead watering and ensuring good air circulation. Landscape Uses: Chinese Juniper 'Pyramidalis' is an excellent choice for a variety of landscape uses, including: Hedges and Screens: Its dense, upright growth makes it ideal for privacy screens and windbreaks. Specimen Plant: Its striking form and color make it a great focal point in garden beds or as a standalone specimen. Foundation Planting: Its compact size and neat shape make it suitable for planting near buildings and along foundations. Notes: Tolerances: Highly tolerant of urban pollution, making it suitable for city gardens. Maintenance: Low-maintenance once established, requiring little more than occasional watering and pruning. Juniperus chinensis 'Pyramidalis' (Chinese Juniper) Common Name: Chinese Juniper, Pyramidalis Juniper Botanical Name: Juniperus chinensis 'Pyramidalis' Family: Cupressaceae Origin: Native to East Asia (China, Japan, Korea)

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Tropical Plants

We supply a large range of Tropical Plants all year around. we access to so many more so if your dont see your plant on the list let us know and we can get it for you

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Rhapis Palm - Lady Palm

Rhapis Palm - Lady Palm

Description: Rhapis excelsa, commonly known as Lady Palm, is an elegant evergreen palm that is prized for its attractive fan-shaped leaves and dense, clumping growth habit. This palm is particularly valued for its versatility and ability to thrive in a variety of indoor and outdoor environments. Flowers: Blooms: The plant produces small, inconspicuous yellowish flowers that grow in panicles. These blooms are not particularly ornamental and may go unnoticed. Fragrance: The flowers have no notable fragrance. Foliage: Leaves: The leaves are dark green, glossy, and divided into several narrow segments, resembling a fan. They provide a lush, tropical appearance year-round. Seasonal Color: The foliage remains green throughout the year. Fruit: Fruit: Small, oval, black fruits may develop after flowering. These are generally not significant for ornamental value. Form and Size: Size: Typically grows 1-4 meters tall and 1-2 meters wide, forming a dense, clumping shape. Habit: Upright and clumping with multiple stems emerging from the base, making it suitable for various landscape uses and as an indoor plant. Growing Conditions: Climate: Thrives in tropical to subtropical climates and is suitable for warm regions in Australia. It can also be grown indoors in cooler climates. Soil: Prefers well-draining, fertile soils but can adapt to a variety of soil types, including sandy and loamy soils. Avoid waterlogged conditions. Sunlight: Best grown in bright, indirect light when indoors. When grown outdoors, it prefers partial shade to full sun. Watering: Regular watering is essential, especially during the growing season. Allow the top layer of soil to dry out between waterings to prevent overwatering. Uses: Ornamental Palm: Highly valued as an ornamental palm for its attractive foliage and elegant form. Indoor Plant: Suitable as a houseplant due to its manageable size and decorative appeal. Garden Plant: Ideal for shaded garden positions, patios, and balconies. Containers: Perfect for growing in containers, making it versatile for indoor and outdoor settings. Maintenance: Pruning: Remove dead or damaged fronds to maintain appearance and encourage new growth. Minimal pruning is required for shape. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced fertilizer during the growing season to promote healthy growth and vibrant foliage color. Pests and Diseases: Monitor for common pests such as spider mites, aphids, and scale insects. Maintain good air circulation to prevent fungal diseases. Notes: Hardiness: Hardy in USDA zones 9-11. In cooler regions of Australia, provide protection from frost or grow indoors. Companion Plants: Pair with other shade-loving plants such as ferns, peace lilies, and anthuriums to create a lush garden display. Propagation: Propagate by division of clumps in spring or by seed. Rhapis Palm Common Name: Lady Palm Botanical Name: Rhapis excelsa Family: Arecaceae Origin: Native to Southern China and Taiwan

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Chamaedorea Atrovirens (Cascade palm)

Chamaedorea Atrovirens (Cascade palm)

Chamaedorea atrovirens, also known as Cascade Palm, is an elegant and versatile palm species prized for its graceful fronds and compact growth habit. This variety is highly valued for its ornamental beauty and adaptability to various indoor and outdoor settings, making it a popular choice for tropical and subtropical gardens, as well as indoor plantings. Height and Width Height: Typically grows to a height of 1.5 to 2.5 meters. Width: Spreads out to a width of about 1 to 1.5 meters. Soil Type Soil Preference: Cascade Palm prefers well-drained, fertile soil with a loamy or sandy texture. It can tolerate a range of soil pH levels, from slightly acidic to slightly alkaline. Consistent moisture is important, but the soil should not be waterlogged. Plant Description Foliage: The plant features elegant, arching fronds composed of numerous small leaflets arranged along the stems. The foliage is a rich, glossy green color and adds a tropical touch to the landscape. Growth Habit: Cascade Palm has a clumping growth habit, with multiple stems emerging from the base to form a dense, bushy canopy. It is relatively slow-growing, making it suitable for smaller garden spaces or container planting. Flower and Fruit Description Flowers: Inconspicuous flowers may appear on mature plants, but they are typically not ornamental or showy. Fruit: Following flowering, Cascade Palm may produce small, round, black berries. However, fruit production is rare in indoor settings and may not occur in all conditions. Cultivation and Care Watering: Cascade Palm prefers consistently moist soil, particularly during the warmer months. Water thoroughly when the top inch of soil feels dry, but avoid overwatering, as this can lead to root rot. Sunlight: Prefers bright, indirect light indoors or dappled shade outdoors. Protect from direct sunlight, especially during the hottest part of the day, as excessive sun exposure can scorch the foliage. Temperature: Cascade Palm thrives in warm, humid conditions and is sensitive to cold temperatures. It is best suited to tropical or subtropical climates and may require protection from frost or cold winds. Pruning: Prune as needed to remove dead or damaged fronds and maintain the plant's desired shape. Cascade Palm generally requires minimal pruning, but occasional grooming can help improve its appearance. Fertilising: Apply a balanced, water-soluble fertiliser formulated for palms every 2-3 months during the growing season (spring and summer). Reduce fertilisation during the cooler months when growth slows. Additional Notes Pests and Diseases: Cascade Palm is relatively pest and disease-resistant, but it may be susceptible to spider mites, mealybugs, and scale insects, particularly when grown indoors. Monitor regularly for signs of infestation and treat promptly if detected. Uses: Ideal for use as a tropical accent plant in gardens, courtyards, or on balconies, as well as for indoor decoration in homes, offices, or conservatories. Cascade Palm's graceful foliage and compact size make it a versatile and attractive addition to any setting.

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Heliconia Kawauchi

Heliconia Kawauchi

Origin Cultivar developed for its unique characteristics, original species native to tropical regions of Central and South America Description Heliconia 'Kawauchi', commonly known as Kawauchi Heliconia, is a vibrant and striking tropical plant known for its dramatic, brightly colored bracts and lush foliage. This cultivar is highly valued for its ornamental beauty and exotic appearance, making it a standout feature in tropical and subtropical landscapes. Flowers The flowers of the Kawauchi Heliconia are small and inconspicuous, but they are surrounded by large, brightly colored bracts that can range from red and orange to yellow and pink. These bracts are arranged in a distinctive, upright or pendulous inflorescence that resembles a lobster claw, which is a common name for many Heliconia species. Foliage The leaves are large, paddle-shaped, and glossy, with a rich green color. Each leaf can reach up to 1-2 meters in length, creating a lush and tropical appearance. The foliage is dense and adds a vibrant backdrop to the colorful bracts. Fruit The fruit is a small, blue to black drupe that is not typically consumed. The primary ornamental value of the plant lies in its bracts and foliage rather than its fruit. Form and Size The Kawauchi Heliconia typically grows to a height of 2-3 meters with a spread of 1-2 meters. It has a clumping growth habit, forming dense clusters of upright stems topped with the dramatic bracts and large leaves. Growing Conditions Soil: Prefers well-drained, rich, organic soil. Thrives in moist, fertile conditions and can tolerate a range of soil types. Sunlight: Grows best in partial shade to full sun. It benefits from some protection from the harshest midday sun in very hot climates. Water: Requires regular watering to keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. It benefits from high humidity levels. Climate: Suitable for tropical and subtropical climates. Prefers warm, humid conditions and is frost-sensitive. Uses Landscaping: Ideal for tropical-themed gardens, shaded borders, and as an accent plant. Also suitable for mass plantings and creating lush, tropical screens. Ornamental: The vibrant bracts and lush foliage provide a dramatic and exotic look, enhancing the aesthetic appeal of any garden or landscape. Containers: Can be grown in large containers for patios, verandas, and indoor spaces with sufficient light. Maintenance Pruning: Minimal pruning required. Remove any dead or damaged leaves and spent bracts to maintain appearance. Fertilizing: Benefits from regular applications of a balanced, slow-release fertilizer during the growing season. Pest and Disease: Generally pest-resistant but can be susceptible to aphids, spider mites, and scale insects. Ensure good air circulation and avoid waterlogging to minimize disease risk. Notes The Kawauchi Heliconia is a versatile and visually striking plant that adds a distinctive tropical flair to any garden or landscape. Its vibrant bracts and lush foliage make it a favorite among gardeners and landscape designers seeking to create an exotic and colorful environment. Companion Plants Alpinia zerumbet (Shell Ginger) Codiaeum variegatum (Croton) Strelitzia reginae (Bird of Paradise) Calathea spp. (Calathea) Common Name Kawauchi Heliconia Botanical Name Heliconia 'Kawauchi' Family Heliconiaceae

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Archontophoenix alexandrae - Alexander Palm

Archontophoenix alexandrae - Alexander Palm

Description Archontophoenix alexandrae, commonly known as the Alexander Palm or Alexandra Palm, is a tall, elegant palm known for its smooth, grey trunk and feathery, arching fronds. This fast-growing palm is a favorite for tropical and subtropical landscapes due to its striking appearance and adaptability. Flowers The Alexander Palm produces small, creamy-white flowers that grow in large, branched inflorescences beneath the crownshaft. The flowers are followed by bright red to orange fruits that add ornamental interest. Foliage The leaves are pinnate and arching, with numerous narrow leaflets arranged along the length of the frond. Each frond can reach up to 2-3 meters in length, creating a lush, tropical canopy. The leaflets are bright green, adding to the overall attractiveness of the palm. Fruit The fruit is a small, round drupe that turns from green to bright red or orange as it matures. The fruit is not edible but provides additional ornamental value when it appears in clusters beneath the fronds. Form and Size The Alexander Palm typically grows to a height of 15-25 meters with a spread of 3-5 meters. It has a slender, smooth, grey trunk marked by prominent leaf scars and topped with a crown of 8-12 feathery fronds. Growing Conditions Soil: Prefers well-drained, fertile soils rich in organic matter. It can tolerate a range of soil types but thrives in moist, loamy conditions. Sunlight: Grows best in full sun to partial shade. It can tolerate full sun exposure once established. Water: Requires regular watering, especially during dry periods. It prefers consistently moist soil. Climate: Suitable for tropical and subtropical climates. It is frost-sensitive and should be protected from cold temperatures. Uses Landscaping: Ideal for tropical and subtropical landscapes, used as a specimen tree, in group plantings, or along driveways and pathways. It is also suitable for coastal gardens. Public Spaces: Often used in public gardens, parks, and resorts to create a tropical ambiance. Ornamental: The tall, slender trunk and arching fronds provide a majestic and exotic look, enhancing the aesthetic appeal of any garden or landscape. Maintenance Pruning: Minimal pruning required. Remove any dead or damaged fronds to maintain appearance. Fertilizing: Benefits from regular applications of a balanced, slow-release fertilizer during the growing season. Pest and Disease: Generally pest-resistant but can be susceptible to scale insects and fungal diseases. Ensure good air circulation and avoid waterlogging to minimize disease risk. Notes The Alexander Palm is a versatile and elegant palm that adds a distinctive tropical flair to any garden or landscape. Its fast growth rate and striking appearance make it a favorite among gardeners and landscapers. Companion Plants Heliconia spp. (Heliconia) Alpinia zerumbet (Shell Ginger) Codiaeum variegatum (Croton) Strelitzia reginae (Bird of Paradise Common Name Alexander Palm, Alexandra Palm, King Palm Botanical Name Archontophoenix alexandrae Family Arecaceae Origin Native to Queensland, Australia

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Plant Delivery Australia Wide - Rates & Prices

We can organise Plant Delivery all over Australia - if your area is not on the list let us know and we can get back to you with a Quote based on your Quantity and how efficiently we can get your load packed 

The more plants we can pack on the Trolley or Pallet the better the economics of Plant Delivery will be 

Pre loaded Prices at the check out are based on Per Trolley rate.

There are times that you may order more than a trolley and we can provide a quote based on the Per Pallet rate - if you add your items to the cart then hit us up and we will get back to you with the most economical options 

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Examples of how many plants you can fit on a trolley

on average depending on the size (height) of the plant we can fit between 12-15 Nursery trays of plants on a trolley

we load the following plant numbers into nursery trays

  • 12 x 140mm Plants
  • 5 x 200mm Plants
  • 3 x 250mm Plants

we can work out for you the most economical way to get the plants to you once you have completed the order online 

and remember, we dont charge your card until we confirm the order with you

Examples of how many plants you can fit on a Pallet would be 

  • 13 x 400mm Pots
  • 25 x 300mm Pots
  • 40 x 250mm Pots
  • 60 x 200mm Pots 

we can also pack mixed pallets and trolleys using the biggest plants on the base load and packing the smaller ones around and inside the gaps on the pallets.

All Deliveries are to Kerb Side only 

Plants are Delivered using specialised Plant Couriers and all plants are maintained along the journey of getting from our Nursery to your place

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