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    • Acacia ‘Sticky Wattle’
    • An native evergreen, small tree with semi-weeping habit. Small dark green phyllodes are slightly sticky. Produces pale, lightly scented yellow ball flowers during Spring. An ideal feature tree, plant where its weeping habit can be appreciated. Also can be used as a windbreak or screen. Full sun to part shade position. Prefers moist, well drained soil. Tolerates frost. Grows approx. 4-8m X 3-6m  
    • $14.95
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  • 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…
    • $55
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    • Callistemon ‘Hannah Ray’
    • A weeping shrub which produces a magnificent spring display of large, crimson bottlebrushes and bright pink new foliage. Ideal for screening, shelter and general garden planting. The flowers attract nectar feeding birds. Callistemons are hardy, adaptable shrubs which grow in the poorest soils and will withstand water-logging for extended periods. Full Sun to Part Shade position. Flowers best in full sun. Very hardy.
    • $9.95
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  • Castlewellan GoldCastlewellan GoldQuick View
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    • Castlewellan Gold
    • Quick growing Golden Cypress hybrid. Makes a good specimen, hedge or wind break. Very adaptable to a wide range of soils and climates. Can be clipped to retain thick bushy growth. Prefers free draining soil and full sun. Tolerates cold, wind and coastal conditions. Once established, water by deep soaking over hot and dry periods. Prune lightly to shape or restrict size. Only trim foliage, not woody stems. Full sun position. Grows approx. 7m x 2m in 10 years. Green…
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  • Ficus ‘Flash’Ficus ‘Flash’Quick View
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    • Ficus ‘Flash’
    • A small, evergreen tree with oval, pointed glossy foliage. Ideal for topiary, patio containers and as a garden feature. If grown indoors, choose a well lit, warm position. For outdoors, choose a warm frost free location. Trim lightly to maintain a compact shape, and keep moist in dry weather. Full sun to part shade/ indoor well lit position. Great for pots. Can be pruned and kept as hedging/screening or grown out in maturity as a tree.
    • $25$49.95
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  • Grevillea ‘Forest Rambler’Grevillea ‘Forest Rambler’Quick View
    • Grevillea ‘Forest Rambler’Grevillea ‘Forest Rambler’Quick View
    • Grevillea ‘Forest Rambler’
    • Vigorous, sprawling evergreen shrub with a profusion of shell-pink spidery flowers from late winter to early spring. Fast growing and ideal for informal hedges and screens. The flowers attract nectar-feeding birds. Prefers a sunny to semi-shaded site in well drained soil. Tolerates frost, sandy or clay soils and dry spells. Trim after flowering. Full Sun or Part Shade. Mature height of 3m. Mature width of 3-6m.
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  • Grevillea ‘Winpara Gem’Quick View
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    • Grevillea ‘Winpara Gem’
    • A dense, rounded shrub with grey-green, deeply divided leaves that have pointed lobes. Red flowers are held in rounded clusters. A colourful screening plant with attractive foliage and flowers. Flowers are attractive to nectar-feeding birds. Prefers well drained soil. Trim after flowering to encourage dense bushy growth. Full Sun to Part Shade. Grows approx. 2m X 3m. Tolerant of most soil types, light frost and dry periods once established.
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  • Leptospermum ‘Starry Night’Leptospermum ‘Starry Night’Quick View
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    • Leptospermum ‘Starry Night’
    • A graceful pendulous shrub with sot purple foliage and large snowy white flowers in late spring & summer. Suited to cool temperate, sub tropical climates; moist or well drained clay or sandy loam soils, neutral to acid pH. Feed with low phosphorus native fertiliser. Minimal trimming required; or may be clipped as a hedge. Full Sun or Part Shade, frost tolerant. Very low water needs when established. Bird and Butterfly attracting. Grows to 2-2.5m tall and 1.8m wide.
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  • Magnolia ‘Kay Parris’Magnolia ‘Kay Parris’Quick View
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    • Magnolia ‘Kay Parris’
    • Magnolia Kay Parris is a magnificent evergreen, compact, densely habit, small tree with a glossy dark green foliage and brown velvety underside. It produces large creamy white fragrant flowers during the warmer months. Prefers full sun to part shade position. Thrives in well drained soil but well watered on hot days. Shelter from strong wind. Tolerate frost and coastal condition. Excellent for hedging or screening. Great feature plant for pots/tubs or garden specimen. Full sun to part shade position. Grows…
    • $25
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