spring flowering

  1. Loropetalum Plum Gorgeous

    Loropetalum Plum Gorgeous
    Loropetalum Plum Gorgeous certainly lives up to its name with its stunning year-round plum foliage. But spring and autumn is when it really comes into its own, with its showy swathes of magenta, tassel-like flowers. Naturally dense and compact, this versatile shrub can be almost anything you want it to be. Grow it in a pot, plant in your garden...
  2. Growing bulbs in pots

    Growing bulbs in pots
    Autumn means bulb planting! This season, why not plant your bulbs in a pot, so that once blooming, the pot can be brought inside for short stints, for an indoor flower display unlike any other! How to pot up bulbs step-by-step Choose your pot Keep in mind your goal is to bring your pot of bulbs indoors for brief periods...
  3. How to plant bulbs step-by-step

    How to plant bulbs step-by-step
    Autumn in the garden means bulb planting! Bulbs are surprisingly easy to grow and with a bit of TLC will reward you with a spectacular show of spring colour. Follow our step-by-step guide to planting bulbs.   Keep your bulbs cool Bulbs like to be planted in cool soil. If the weather isn’t cool enough (between 13 and 23 degrees...
  4. 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...
  5. Wisteria

    Wisteria
    Wisteria is a beautiful spring-flowering climber that thrives in cool, temperate and subtropical gardens. One of the best wisteria gardens I have ever seen was also an example of why you need to keep wisteria under control. In this garden wisteria had taken over the backyard, twining its way through trees and shrubs. It was home to a family of boys...
  6. Passionfruit

    Passionfruit
    A little bit about passionfruit No doubt you’ve enjoyed the tasty, tart fruit of the passionfruit plant. But did you know the fruit comes from a beautiful climbing vine that can create shade, privacy and jazz up an unsightly space? This evergreen perennial is originally from Brazil, but many species feel right at home here in Sydney. If an attractive and...
  7. Iberis Candytuft

    Iberis Candytuft
    A little bit about Iberis candytuft If Iberis candytuft hasn’t appeared on your plant radar, you may be pleasantly surprised. A swathe of small but showy flowers (some with a delightful fragrance) in shades of white, pink, red, mauve or purple make it a great groundcover or mass planting choice. Bees, butterflies and birds love this plant, it’s easy to...
  8. Pig Face (Mesembryanthemum)

    Pig Face (Mesembryanthemum)
    Pig Face is a fun, versatile plant with an unfortunate nick name.

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