shrub

  1. Port Wine Magnolia

    Port Wine Magnolia
    A Port Wine Magnolia in bud. When in bloom, the port wine magnolia adds a sweet scent to the air. It has small, insignificant creamy-purple flowers throughout the year, so catching a waft of scent is often the first sign that the shrub is back in bloom. The perfume of this flower is often described as having the scent...
  2. Tibouchina

    Tibouchina
    Tibouchinas are seen at their purple best in autumn when most are in full flower. These evergreen shrubs or small trees thrive in warm, sheltered gardens that are protected from frost. These are adaptable plants that can grow in full sun or part shade. Tibouchinas (also known as lasiandra or glory bush) originated in parts of tropical South America including...
  3. Hebes

    Hebes
    A little bit about hebes Hebes are like that smart suit you own that can be dressed up and made to look pretty or left plain but neat. Hebes are neat, tidy plants that don’t demand much care or attention. Most grow around 1-1.5m high and wide, with a naturally rounded shape and small, dense leaves. They are extremely pretty...
  4. 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...
  5. Hedging plants over two metres

    Hedging plants over two metres
    Savvy plant selection will give you a hedge that provides privacy from neighbours, protection from wind and added beauty to your garden. At Flower Power we have a huge range of hedging and screening plants available plus expert staff to help you select plants that will thrive in for your garden. Hedging plants over two metres Here are some of the most popular hedging...
  6. New South Wales Christmas Bush

    New South Wales Christmas Bush
    A little bit about New South Wales Christmas bush One plant that’s always perfectly dressed to celebrate an Aussie Christmas is the New South Wales Christmas bush. In early summer, this shapely native shrub’s small creamy-white flowers give way to showy red or pink bracts. Together with pretty, shiny, soft foliage, it’s no wonder this plant is a florist favourite...
  7. Leucospermum

    Leucospermum
    A little bit about leucospermum Leucospermum is often caught up in case of mistaken identity. If it's not confused for a leucadendron, it’s often sold as a protea by florists who don’t want to confuse customers with the long Greek name, which means ‘white seed’, from the shining seed vessels. But take a closer look at a leucospermum flower and you’ll see...
  8. Polygala

    Polygala
    A little bit about polygala If you’re looking for a small, compact, fast-growing, colourful and hardy shrub, polygala ticks all the boxes. For most of the year, you’ll find polygala awash with eye-catching pink or purple petals, making it perfectly suited to mass planting with a splash of colour. It also makes a brilliant border plant and with its compact...
  9. Daphne Perfume Princess

    Daphne Perfume Princess
    A little bit about Daphne Perfume Princess Exquisitely scented, bursting with big blooms and a breeze to care for. It’s easy to see why Daphne Perfume Princess was crowned 2016’s Plant of the Year. You too can enjoy this award-winning plant, especially mid-winter to spring, when blush-pink flowers (later fading to white) fill the air with a heady, slightly citrus...
  10. 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...

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