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  • Apple ‘Gala’ Quick View
    • Apple ‘Gala’ Quick View
    • Apple ‘Gala’
    • A medium sized round apple with crisp, firm, cream coloured flesh and a fine sweet flavour. Heavy cropper. Fruit stores well. Partially self-fertile, produces exceptionally flavoured fruit early in the season. Cross pollinate to ensure food fruit production. Pollinators include: Granny Smith, Jonathan, Red Delicious, Red Fuji, and Pink Lady. Full sun position, sheltered from wind. Grows 4-5m depending on how you prune. Sweet fruit with cream flesh and red and green skin.
    • $45
  • Bamboo Alphonse Karr Quick View
    • Bamboo Alphonse Karr Quick View
    • Bamboo Alphonse Karr
    • Clumping bamboo are non invasive, do not spread and have very shallow rootballs. They are safe to plant near fences, houses and pipes, provided you select the appropriate variety. Clumping bamboo are the fastest growing land plants and drought tolerant as well as low maintenance once established. Alphonse Karr is the smallest gold bamboo, featuring vibrant gold and greens stripes on the culms and an open fan shape. It looks best planted as a single feature or mass planted as…
    • $65$135
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  • Japanese Star Jasmine Quick View
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    • Japanese Star Jasmine
    • Hardy, evergreen, twining climber with a compact habit and glossy foliage. In summer, a profussion of scented, tubulsr, cream coloured flowers that age to pale yellow are displayed. Excellent climber and useful groundcover. Thrives in a sunny or partly shaded, warm site with moist, well drained soil. Tolerates light frost once established. Keep moist in dry spells and thin congested branches in autumn. Full sun to part shade positon. Fragrant flowers. Evergreen climbing foliage.
    • $11.95
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  • Pear ‘Sensation’Pear ‘Sensation’ Quick View
    • Pear ‘Sensation’Pear ‘Sensation’ Quick View
    • Pear ‘Sensation’
    • Deciduous fruiting tree, growing 2-8m depending on how the tree is trained and pruned. Enjoy spring blossom followed by large, sweet tasting fruit. When the fruits ripe, it is a bright red colour, with juicy cream-white flesh. Great for desserts, sauces, stewed, salads and savoury dishes. Cross pollinators: Williams Pear. Choose an open sunny position in well-drained soil. After planting spread mulch above the roots to retain moisture and suppress weeds, but keep away from trunk. Apply fertiliser to soil…
    • $45
  • Williams Bon Chretien Pear Quick View
    • Williams Bon Chretien Pear Quick View
    • Williams Bon Chretien Pear
    • Vigorous, self-fertile tree growing sweet, juicy, deliciously flavoured fruit. Shiny pointed oval-shaped green leaves with blossoms of white flowers in spring. Clusters of bell shaped fruit with green skin with a slight red colour which ripens to yellow. Pick fruit when mature but still hard. Great fruit for desserts, sauces, fruit salads and stewed. Add pollinating partner to encourage large crop. Pollinators: Beurre Bosc, Nijisseki. Sensation is not suitable. Choose an open sunny position in well-drained soil. After planting spread…
    • $45
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    • Crocodile Fern
    • An attractive yet tough Polypodium fern with strap-like fronds that have a texture that resembles crocodile like skin. Ideal plant for indoor and patios. Grow outdoors in the shade under trees for textural interest. Use foliage in floral arrangements. Grow in a shady to partly shaded position in moist, well drained soil. Avoid direct sun and protect from frost. Grows approx. 50cm. Position indoors or out doors sheltered from afternoon sun and frost. Striking Crocodile like foliage.
    • $13.50$33
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  • Dwarf Apple Granny Smith Quick View
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    • Dwarf Apple Granny Smith
    • One of the worlds best cooking apples and a superb eating apple if left on the tree to ripen fully (when a yellow blush appears on the green skin). A universal pollinator, that will cross pollinate all Apples: Golden Delicious, Red Delicious, Gala, Jonathan, Red Fuji, Pink Lady, Cox's Orange Pippin and Lady Williams. A medium sized, deciduous Apple tree, providing prolific quantities of bright, green, crisp, sweet fruit. Ideal feature tree. Can be tart - a sweeter flavour develops…
    • $63.50
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  • Gardenia  ‘Professor Pucci’Gardenia  ‘Professor Pucci’ Quick View
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    • Gardenia ‘Professor Pucci’
    • An attractive and popular evergreen with handsome, glossy green leaves bearing large, milky white, beautifully formed and heavily perfumed blooms during late spring to late summer. Ideal as an informal perfumed hedge, in tubs and containers, and as a superb garden specimen. Gardenias will thrive in a warm, moist but well drained position, provided there is adequate shelter from heat, wind and frost. Ideally they are suited to morning sun followed by dappled afternoon light. An acid loving plant preferring…
    • $9.95$25
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  • Hakea Pincushion Quick View
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    • Hakea Pincushion
    • Shrub or small tree with leathery green to bluishy-green leaves. Ball-like red flowers are strikingly contrasted with creamy-white styles and appear in autumn and winter. Useful for screening or windbreaks. The flowers attract nectar-feeding birds. Grow in a sunny, open position in well drained soil. Tolerates moderate coastal exposure. Prune after flowering to maintain compact growth. Full sun position. Grows approx. 3-6m x 3-6m. Australian native.
    • $13.50$25
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  • Ittie Bittie Range – FernsIttie Bittie Range – Ferns Quick View