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  1. Pick of the proteas

    Pick of the proteas
    Proteas have existed for over 300 million years, making them one of the oldest groups of flowering plants in the world. Despite their ancient roots, they look beautifully modern in any garden. They’re also low care, make great cut flowers, are bird attracting and share the same care needs as our own Aussie natives. Discover the most popular protea varieties...
  2. Pittosporum

    Pittosporum
    A little bit about pittosporum Need to block out your neighbours? Got an unsightly space that needs covering up? Thanks to its hardiness and fast, bushy growth, pittosporum is a winner. There are about 20 varieties which are perfectly suited for Sydney gardens and depending on which you choose, you can create hedging, screening, borders, or simply embrace it as an...
  3. Protea Stately

    Protea Stately
    A handsome protea with deep pink flowers throughout winter. Drought tolerant and well suited to coastal and heavy soil gardens. Great for attracting birds to the garden, cut flower arrangements and hedging. Grows up to 2 metres high x 2 metres wide. Protea Care Plant in well-drained soil. Water well to establish and refer to label for your plant’s specific...
  4. 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...
  5. 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...
  6. Hiryu

    Hiryu
    Hiryu camellias produce beautiful, large semi-double flowers in a deep rose colour that shades to red at the petal edges. Flowers are produced throughout autumn and winter giving your garden a burst of colour during the cooler months. Hiryu grows as a tall, bushy shrub to approximately 2-3 metres with small, bright green foliage. These characteristics make the Hiryu camellia...
  7. Paradise Belinda

    Paradise Belinda
    Paradise Belinda is one of the most outstanding sasanquas to be released on the Australian market. It has large flowers (110mm wide) in a brilliant, glowing pink that can be enjoyed throughout autumn and winter thanks to an exceptionally long flowering season. The stamens have a petal-like appearance (know as petaloid stamens) further adding to their beauty. Paradise Belinda is a dense compact bush with shiny dark green leaves and medium growth...
  8. Paradise Venessa

    Paradise Venessa
    Camellia sasanqua Paradise Venessa produces white flowers flushed with soft pink margins. The flowers are large semi-doubles with prominent petaloid stamens (stamens with a petal-like appearance). Paradise Venessa is vigorous, tall and narrow, growing upright to reach a height of 4-5 metres. This makes them ideal for tall hedging or as screening plants. Sasanqua camellias thrive in slightly acidic soil with several buckets of...
  9. Paradise Blush

    Paradise Blush
    Camellia sasanqua Paradise Blush is a landscaper’s dream with a thick, upright growth habit that grows quickly and neatly. These characteristics make it excellent for hedging (from 1.5 to 4 metres) or screening in additional to accent planting. Its small leaves and flowers also make Paradise Blush great for clipping in patio tubs. Paradise Blush flowers are small to medium in size (approximately 50mm) and...
  10. Paradise Joan

    Paradise Joan
    Camellia sasanqua Paradise Joan has very showy, red, informal double flowers with golden stamens in their centres. It is one of the earliest sasanquas to flower and flower they're produced over a long period for you to enjoy. Paradise Joan is ideal as a feature plant or garden border and can also be used  for screens or hedging up to 4 metres. This variety has upright and vigorous growth...

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