winter colour

  1. Creating winter colour

    Creating winter colour
    Everyone expects gardens to be at their spendiferous, colourful best in spring and summer, with autumn bringing warmth and texture. When we think of winter in the garden, we often think drab, dormant and boring... But it doesn't have to be that way. By choosing your plants cleverly, you can have a garden that is filled with colour all year...
  2. 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...
  3. 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...
  4. Geraldton wax

    Geraldton wax
    Geraldton wax (Chamelaucium uncinatum) is a beautiful flowering Australian native shrub that brings colour to gardens from late winter to spring. As the common name suggests, Geraldton wax comes from Western Australia. Its mainly pink or white flowers have small, stiff petals, which give them the description of ‘wax’ flowers. The flowers ooze nectar and are highly attractive to bees...
  5. African Daisy

    African Daisy
    A little bit about the African daisy No prizes for guessing where this exotic beauty is from. But in Sydney, African daisies have proven to be just as tough and easy to grow as they are in their homeland. Come winter, they reveal a showy, generous mass of flowers that close in low light. Petals come in a range of...
  6. Hardenbergia

    Hardenbergia
    A little bit about hardenbergia It’s hard not to love this tough, evergreen native. Named after Franziska Countess von Hardenberg, a 19th century Austrian botany patron, a hardenbergia will adapt to almost any spot you put it in. Its deep green, leathery leaves and pea-shaped clusters of flowers are loved by birds and butterflies too.   Botanical name: Australian sarsaparilla...
  7. 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...
  8. Leucadendron Winter Gold

    Leucadendron Winter Gold
    A rounded shrub with a mass of bright yellow flowers in winter. Drought tolerant and well suited to low maintenance and low water use gardens and pots. Will also thrive in coastal and heavy soil gardens. Great for cut flowers and hedging. Grows up to 2 metres high x 1 metre wide. Leucodendron Care Plant in well-drained soil. Water well to...
  9. Leucadendron Devil’s Blush

    Leucadendron Devil’s Blush
    A low and compact shrub that produces spectacular colour in winter. Drought tolerant and well suited to low maintenance and low water use gardens and pots. Will also thrive in coastal and heavy soil gardens. Great for cut flowers and container growing. Grows up to 1 metre high x 1 metre wide. Leucodendron Care Plant in well-drained soil. Water well to establish...
  10. Growing pansies

    Growing pansies
    One look at their bright, happy faces explains their popularity.

10 Item(s)

Page
  • You're currently reading page 1