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  1. 3 reasons to love colourful Coprosma

    3 reasons to love colourful Coprosma
    There are many reasons to love this glossy evergreen shrub but we've narrowed it down to three really great ones. Coprosma Green & Gold 1. Coprosma provide year-round colour While seasonal stars bring interest and joy to a garden it's the well selected, year-round plants that make a design consistently great. Coprosma offers year-round colour and a range of new hybrids offer a selection of...
  2. Plants that love to be by the seaside

    Plants that love to be by the seaside
    Next time you’re at the beach where there’s natural bushland, take a moment to scan the sand dunes and look at the trees and shrubs that lie behind them. These are true seaside plants. They’ve evolved to withstand salt air and battering wind. Although there are many different plants, they have some things in common including tough leaves - leathery...
  3. Lavender

    Lavender
    A little bit about lavender Botanical name: Lavandula A member of the mint (Lamiaceae) family, lavender is a hardy plant best known for its beautiful fragrance. It’s a low-growing but mostly upright shrub featuring silvery leaves rich with aromatic oils. Lavender is a great low-maintenance choice as it’ll flush into fragrant, colourful bloom with very little attention. Lavender flowers in a...
  4. Kangaroo paws

    Kangaroo paws
    Colourful and distinctive, kangaroo paws must be among the most recognised and rewarding native plants to grow. Vibrant flowers perch on long stems adding colour to the garden and attracting birds. They also make excellent cut flowers. These iconic plants deserve a high five for their amazing tolerance to harsh conditions. Native to Western Australia, kangaroo paw are accustomed to very dry summers and...

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