Winter Flowering

  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. Viola Friolina

    Viola Friolina
    A little bit about Viola Friolina There’s no excuse for a dull and dormant autumn and winter garden when you have pretty perennial Viola Friolina in bloom. At a time when many flowering plants are enjoying a winter snooze, this autumn- and winter-flowering beauty is branching out and trailing, revealing an abundance of blooms as it goes. Evergreen Friolina is...
  3. 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...
  4. 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...
  5. 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...
  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. Yuletide

    Yuletide
    Yultide is an early flowering camellia with small, bright red single flowers with prominent, golden yellow stamens. These unique and colourful flowers are produced from winter through to spring in abundance. The Yultide camellia grows small, bright green foliage in a dense, upright bush to height of approximately 3 metres making it ideal for screening, hedging, large containers and espaliers...
  8. 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...
  9. Paradise Elizabeth

    Paradise Elizabeth
    Camellia sasanqua Paradise Elizabeth produces stunning large, double, informal flowers of deep carmine pink. This new variety will brighten any garden from autumn into winter. Paradise Elizabeth is a vigorous upright and well branched Camellia with a tidy growth habit, making ideal for hedging or pots. It will grow to approximately 3 metres in height. Sasanqua camellias thrive in slightly acidic soil with several buckets of compost and aged...
  10. Cyclamen

    Cyclamen
    For a beautiful indoor flower display from late autumn through winter you can't go past cyclamen. Their unique heart-shaped flowers and blooms ranging from white and pink to mauve and red also make them an impressive gift. A little bit about Cyclamen Botanical name: Cyclamen Height: Cyclamen can grow up to 20cm high but growth will be contained in pots. Cyclamen is...

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