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Camellia

  1. The best winter-flowering shrubs for Sydney gardens

    The best winter-flowering shrubs for Sydney gardens
    At Flower Power, we believe any garden can be as colourful as you want it to be - even in the dead of winter. Include some of our favourite winter-flowering shrubs and you can have a cold-weather garden that's blooming with colour and fragrance. Grow a mix of evergreen, winter-flowering shrubs, climbers and perennials to bring colour to your garden...
  2. Acid-loving plants: Flowers that will thrive in your acidic soil

    Acid-loving plants: Flowers that will thrive in your acidic soil
    Just like humans, all plants are a little different, and where some fail to thrive, others will blossom. The clearest example of this is watering. Some plants will wilt and make it very obvious that they need regular deep watering to thrive. Others however, are perfectly pleased with just an occasional rain shower. Something that might be less obvious to...
  3. Best flowering plants for balconies

    Best flowering plants for balconies
    Balcony gardens may be bijou, but make no mistake - they can also be a challenge. Getting plant choices correct on a balcony is much like furnishing a small space to make it seem larger than it is. Everything needs to be selected carefully. In the case of a balcony garden, the chosen plants not only need to look good...
  4. Gardening 101: Tips for the neglectful gardener

    Gardening 101: Tips for the neglectful gardener
    Do you want a beautiful garden, but find yourself short on time to give it the attention it deserves? Perhaps you've tried gardening in the past and, through being busy or distracted, you've lost your plants. Or maybe you have a holiday house that is only inhabited periodically. With clever plant selection, even the most forgetful, absent, neglectful gardener can...
  5. 14 cut flowers to grow in your garden

    14 cut flowers to grow in your garden
    There’s nothing like a vase of freshly-cut flowers and there’s nothing like growing the flowers yourself. Discover 14 flowers that make the cut.   1. Kangaroo paw Anigozanthos manglesii Colourful and distinctive, kangaroo paw is one of the most recognised and rewarding natives you can grow and it makes an excellent cut flower. Varieties like Bush Pearl and Bush Pizzazz flower...
  6. Shade trees for any garden

    Shade trees for any garden
    Summer can be a tough time in gardens but it’s a lot more comfortable if your garden offers a shady oasis from the heat. With a bit of leafy shade the garden becomes somewhere to spend time playing, relaxing and eating. Planting trees around a home does more than provide shade. Trees lower the temperature indoors and out. Summer is...
  7. Paradise Diana

    Paradise Diana
    Paradise Diana is a great choice if you need a quick growing hedge or screen. Paradise Diana is a taller growing sasanqua camellia variety reaching approximately 3 metres high and spreading 2-3 metres wide.  As a bonus, Paradise Diana produces lots of single, pale pink flowers to beautify your garden from early April and throughout the winter. Sasanqua camellias thrive in slightly acidic soil with...
  8. Paradise Sayaka

    Paradise Sayaka
    Paradise Sayaka is the perfect sasanqua camellia choice for a narrow space. It will grow densely and upright with attractive narrow foliage and will grow to reach 2-3 metres high with a 1-2 metre spread. Paradise Sayaka has exquisite single to semi double white flowers edged with a salmon pink. Sayaka will flower early on in the autumn season and...
  9. Paradise Pearl

    Paradise Pearl
    Camellia sasanqua Paradise Pearl has dark glossy green leaves and flowers in profusion over a long period throughout the cooler months. Flower buds are pink and open to impressive large white semi-double to double blooms. Paradise Pearl has an attractive, upright, compact growth habit, ideal for hedges and screens up to 4 metres and is suitable for sun or shade. Sasanqua camellias thrive in slightly acidic soil with...
  10. Paradise Jessica

    Paradise Jessica
    Paradise Jessica will produce very showy, large double flowers in an attractive mid-pink. You can expect prolific flowering over a long period during autumn and winter and a light prune after flowering should be all that's needed to keep sasanquas neat. Camellia sasanqua Paradise Jessica has dense upright growth to 3 metres making an ideal choice for medium hedges or screens. Sasanqua camellias thrive in...

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