summer flowering

  1. 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...
  2. 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...
  3. Hibiscus

    Hibiscus
    The flamboyant flowers of hibiscus (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis) light up summer gardens. They are such generous shrubs unfurling new flowers day after day so there’s always something bold and colourful to enjoy amid the dense green of our summer gardens. With flowers in tones of red, pink, yellow, orange and even purple, and single or double, choosing a favourite is one...
  4. Agapanthus Care

    Agapanthus Care
    Give agapanthus lots of sun, extra water when its really hot and dry and they’ll bloom abundantly. Agapanthus plants that fail to flower are usually growing in too much shade.
  5. Hydrangeas

    Hydrangeas
    These easy-going, exuberant plants provide weeks of colour in summer gardens and are long-lasting for use indoors too
  6. Summer Flowering Trees

    Summer Flowering Trees
    Some of my favourite summer trees bring a splash of colour to the garden or the street as they burst into bloom as the season starts to warm up.

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