Whether you're looking for a flowering feature shrub to impress, a tough plant for an exposed spot or a dense hedging plant this list of medium growing natives will give you plenty of choice.

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Grevillea Superb

Covered in pretty, salmon pink flowers most of the year this native isn't called superb for nothing! The beautiful flower heads are made up of individual flowers along stems called racemes. These individual flowers unfurl one by one like a Mexican wave which extends the flowering period. They will also attract nectar loving birds into the garden.

This fast growing Grevillea makes an excellent feature shrub, screening plant or an informal hedge.

It's a very easy care spreading shrub that is drought resistant once established.

Botanical name: Grevillea Superb

Common name: Grevillea

Height: 1.5 to 2 metres

Width: 2 metres

Ideal position

Plant in a full sun to light shade position in the ground or in a large tub.

Grows happily in most soils but prefers a well draining soil.

Caring tips

Trim spent flowers to encourage further flowering.

Sizes available instore

200mm pots.

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Grevillea Peaches and Cream

A fast growing, medium spreading shrub with bi-coloured lemon and peach flower heads.

Grevillea Peaches and Cream has bright green foliage and turns bronze in the winter.

A popular choice for shrubberies, large tubs, native or coastal gardens and hedges thanks to its sunset coloured flowers and excellent garden performance.

Flowers will attract birds into the garden.

This native is drought resistant once established.

Botanical name: Grevillea Peaches and Cream

Common name: Grevillea

Height: 1.5 to 2 metres

Width: 2 metres

Ideal position

Plant in full sun in well draining soil.

Caring tips

Trim spent flowers to encourage further flowering.

Sizes available instore

140mm and 200mm pots.

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Grevillea rosmarinifolia

This is one of the most cultivated Grevilleas with dense, evergreen foliage providing the perfect backdrop to stunning flower heads.

Short racemes show off red spidery flowers that attract nectar hungry birds and bees. They usually flower in spring but can spot flower throughout the year if planted in an ideal position.

Grevillea rosmarinifolia has spiky, rosemary-like foliage that can create an excellent medium sized hedge. Also used in shrubberies and native gardens and are striking when mass planted.

This native shrub is moderately frost hardy and drought tolerant once established.

Botanical name: Grevillea rosmarinifolia

Common names: Grevillea, spider flower

Height: 1.8 metres

Width: 1 metre

Ideal position

Plant in a full sun to light shade position.

Grows happily in most soils but prefers a well draining soil.

Caring tips

Loves mulch around the roots.

Sizes available instore

140mm and 200mm pots.

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Grevillea John Evans

A medium growing native shrub often used in hedging or as a specimen plant.

Grevillea John Evans has narrow, dark green leaves with reddish new growth.

Spidery red flowers appear through winter and spring and attract birds.

This shrub is frost and drought tolerant.

Botanical name: Grevillea John Evans

Common name: Grevillea

Height: up to 1.5 metres

Width: up to 1.5 metres

Ideal position

Plant in full sun and well draining soil.

Caring tips

Water regularly while plant establishes and then once or twice a week to keep moist.

Sizes available instore

140mm and 200mm pots.

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Grevillea Robyn Gordon

Robyn Gordon is one of the most popular Grevilleas to grow due to its year-round flowering, compact growth habit and no-fuss attitude.

Evergreen foliage is dense with olive green divided leaves and makes a great hedge, screen or windbreak.

Red flowers are spidery and attract birds.

This native shrub tolerates light frost, is drought resistant and will grow happily in a coastal garden.

Plant en mass for a wonderful display or as a feature shrub.

Botanical name: Grevillea Robyn Gordon

Common name: Grevillea

Height: up to 1.5 metres

Width: up to 1.5 metres

Ideal position

Plant in full sun and well draining soil.

Caring tips

Water regularly while plant establishes and then once or twice a week to keep moist.

Trim off spent flower heads to encourage more flowering and to keep Grevillea Robyn Gordon looking tidy.

Sizes available instore

200mm pots.

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Grevillea Fireworks

Bright yellow and red flowers burst from the ends of soft, blue-green foliage.

Use Grevillea Fireworks in shrubberies, native gardens, coastal gardens, mass planting displays or in containers.

Grevillea Fireworks is low maintenance and drought resistant.

Botanical name: Grevillea Fireworks

Common name: Grevillea

Height: 1 metre

Width: 1 metre

Ideal position

Grow in full sun to light shade in well draining soil.

Caring tips

Water regularly while plant establishes and then once or twice a week to keep moist.

Trim off spent flower heads to encourage more flowering and to keep tidy.

Sizes available instore

140mm and 200mm pots.

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Grevillea Coconut Ice

This easy-care spreading shrub makes an excellent feature plant, screening plant or informal hedge.

Foliage is slightly prickly, evergreen and dense.

Flowers are pink and cream and appear in winter through to summer. Birds will visit the garden for the nectar.

Grevillea Coconut Ice is another tough native shrub that is drought resistant once established and will suit windy or coastal gardens.

Botanical name: Grevillea Coconut Ice

Common name: Grevillea

Height: up to 2 metres

Width: up to 2 metres

Ideal position

Position in full sun to light shade.

Will grow in most well draining soils.

Caring tips

Trim off spent flower heads to encourage more flowering and to keep tidy.

Sizes available instore

200mm pots.

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Westringea fruiticosa

Dense, fine grey foliage makes Westringea fruiticosa a great medium shrub for hedging and screening and topiary.

Masses of small white flowers coat foliage through spring.

A hardy, easy to care for and fast growing shrub great for coastal areas.

Will tolerate dry periods and light frost once established.

Botanical name: Westringea fruiticosa

Common name: Coastal Rosemary

Height: up to 2 metres

Width: 4 metres

Ideal position

Plant in full sun in well draining soil.

Caring tips

Prune to keep in your desired shape and encourage density.

Sizes available instore

200mm, 250mm and 300mm pots.

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Westringea Wynyabbie Gem

A hardy shrub with grey to green rosemary-like leaves.

Its compact form makes it a popular choice for medium hedges as well as a specimen plant.

Small blue flowers sprout from the leaf axils throughout the year.

Tolerant of frost, drought, salt spray and low nutrient soils, this shrub is an all round trooper!

Botanical name: Westringea Wynyabbie Gem

Common name: native purple flowering rosemary

Height: 1 metre

Width: 1 metre

Ideal position

Can adapt to a wide range of climates but prefers full sun and well draining soil.

Caring tips

Prune to keep in your desired shape and encourage density.

Sizes available instore

200mm and 250mm pots.

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Westringea Jervis Gem

You've likely spotted this native shrub on walks along the coast as it's tolerant of salt and wind making it perfect for seaside planting.

This is a dwarf form of Westringea Wynyabbie Gem so shares many of the same characteristics.

Velvety, grey/silver leaves form a compact shape making it a great specimen plant or hedge.

Light blue to mauve flowers are a constant throughout the year.

Botanical name: Westringea Jervis Gem

Common name: Coastal Rosemary

Height: 1.6 metres

Width: 1 metre

Ideal position

Can adapt to a wide range of climates but prefers full sun and well draining soil.

Caring tips

Prune to keep in your desired shape and encourage density.

Sizes available instore

200mm and 250mm pots.

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Prostanthera rotundifolia

Clusters of purple, lilac or occasionally white or pink flowers decorate this fast growing shrub through spring and summer.

Prostanthera rotundifolia has muted green, rounded leaves that are highly aromatic. With such a gorgeous fragrance we suggest planting along paths so that the aroma is released as the shrub is brushed against.

Botanical name: Prostanthera rotundifolia

Common name: round-leaved mint bush

Height: 2 metres

Width: 1.5 metres

Ideal position

Plant in full sun to part shade in well draining soil.

Caring tips

Water regularly while plant establishes and then once or twice a week to keep moist. Prostanthera rotundifolia doesn't like to completely dry out.

Mulch well in summer.

Prune after flowering to keep full and dense.

Sizes available instore

200mm pots.

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Prostanthera Poorinda Ballerina

This native shrub has become a garden favourite thanks to its toughness, fragrant leaves and low maintenance.

Prostanthera Poorinda Ballerina is a fast growing shrub with deep green, narrow and aromatic leaves.

White flowers with yellow throats bloom through spring and summer.

Use this shrub for a pretty feature shrub or pot plant, topiary or as a hedging and screening plant.

Prostanthera Poorinda Ballerina is frost tolerant and moderately drought tolerant once established.

Botanical name: Prostanthera Poorinda Ballerina

Common name: Mint Bush

Height: 1.5 metres

Width: 1.5 metres

Ideal position

Plant in part shade in well draining soil.

Caring tips

Water regularly while plant establishes and then only once or twice a week.

Sizes available instore

200mm pots.

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Prostanthera cuneata Cool Mint

A gorgeous compact shrub that works well as a small hedge or along paths where you can enjoy its minty fragrance.

Foliage is a shiny dark green which provides a great contrast to the purple throated, white flowers that appear from summer to autumn.

Prostanthera cuneata Cool Mint is very frost tolerant.

Botanical name: Prostanthera cuneata Cool Mint

Common name: mint bush

Height: 70 centimetres

Width: 70 centimetres

Ideal position

Plant in a full sun or lightly shaded position. Prefers well draining soil.

Caring tips

Water regularly while plant establishes and then once or twice a week to keep moist.

Prune after flowering to keep full and dense.

Sizes available instore

200mm pots.

Prostanthera ovalifolia compacta

This fast growing shrub also has deep green, aromatic leaves so plant where you can enjoy the fragrance.

Masses of purple flowers appear through spring.

A great specimen plant or hedging plant.

Botanical name: Prostanthera ovalifolia compacta

Common name: compact mint bush

Height: up to 2 metres

Width: up to 1.5 metres

Ideal position

Plant in full sun or light shade in well draining soil.

Caring tips

Water regularly while plant establishes and then once or twice a week to keep moist.

Prune after flowering to keep full and dense.

Sizes available instore

200mm pots.

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Adenanthos sericeus

Just one touch of its velvety, soft foliage will have Adenanthos sericeus in your list of native favourites.

Pink flowers appear in spring and summer attracting nectar loving birds.

The silvery foliage is compact making an ideal feature plant, hedge, screen or even a potted Christmas tree!

This native will tolerate light frosts.

Botanical name: Adenanthos sericeus

Common name: Albany woolly bush

Height: up to 4 metres

Width: up to 1.5 metres

Ideal position

Plant in full sun or light shade in well draining soil. Adenanthos sericeus hates wet feet so avoid boggy, poorly drained soils.

Caring tips

A very hardy shrub needing little care. Pruning is not needed but you can tip prune to keep in desired shape.

Sizes available instore

140mm and 200mm pots.

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Adenanthos sericeus Silver Streak

While this upright plant has bright red flowers you'll want to grow it for its foliage! Its very textural, silky foliage is silver green in colour and has a dense form.

A low maintenance plant perfect for a coastal or native garden. Use as a hedge or screen, poolside, topiary, bonsai and in flower arrangements

Plant in a container for a beautiful native Christmas tree.

Adenanthos sericeus Silver Streak tolerates light frosts and is drought resistant.

Botanical name: Adenanthos sericeus Silver Streak

Common name: Albany woolly bush

Height: up to 3 metres

Width: up to 3 metres

Ideal position

Plant in full sun or light shade in well draining soil. Adenanthos sericeus hates wet feet so avoid boggy, poorly drained soils.

Caring tips

Prune the tips during warmer months to maintain shape and encourage new growth.

Feed in spring with a quality native fertiliser.

Sizes available instore

140mm and 200mm pots.

Eremophila nivea

A very beautiful silver-grey foliaged shrub that loves drier conditions.

Purple, tubular flowers appear in spring and summer.

Makes an excellent feature plant (in the ground or in a pot) or screening plant.

Will grow happily in coastal conditions and is resistant to drought.

Botanical name: Eremophila nivea

Common name: Emu Bush, Silky Eremophila

Height: up to 2 metres

Width: up to 2 metres

Ideal position

Plant in full sun in dry, well-draining soil.

Caring tips

Once established water sparingly.

Prune lightly after flowering and feed with a quality native fertiliser.

Sizes available instore

140mm and 200mm pots.

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Callistemon Great Ball of Fire

You'll love this hardy shrub for its intensely pink to red new growth which pops against older green foliage.

Its compact form makes it an excellent hedging choice. It is also popular as a feature plant in native gardens, coastal gardens as well as small gardens and courtyards growing happily in containers.

Botanical name: Callistemon Great Ball of Fire

Common name: Bottlebrush

Height: 1.7 metres

Width: 1.7 metres

Ideal position

Plant in full sun in well draining soil.

Caring tips

Give a light, regular trim.

Fertilise with a quality native fertiliser.

Sizes available instore

200mm pots.

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Banksia spinulosa

This multi-stemed shrub has striking yellow or orange flower spikes in autumn that attract birds and look great in cut flower arrangements.

Young narrow leaves have serrated edges while older plants may be missing the serrations and leaf edges rolled inwards.

A great garden specimen plant that's drought and frost resistant.

Botanical name: Banksia spinulosa

Common name: Hill Banksia, Hairpin Banksia

Height: 1-3 metres

Width: up to 2 metres

Ideal position

Plant in full sun to part shade in well draining soil.

Caring tips

Prune after flowering to keep full and dense.

Sizes available instore

140mm and 200mm pots.

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