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Saxifraga Star Blush
Saxifraga x anglica 'Star Blush'
A supberb evergreen rockery or container plant with beautiful rosettes of dark green foliage and attractive pink flowers produced enmasse late Winter and early Spring. Grows well in most garden situations but needs a cool moist site in during Summer. 20 x 40cm.
A butterfly-attracting plant that flowers virtually all-year-round. Lovely mauve-blue flowers flush in spring and look great right through to the coldest of frosts. Plant in a sunny or partly-shaded area, keep a little on the moist side. Grows 30cm high and spreads to 50cm.
A beautiful compact selection that has bright, finely divided green leaves and oodles of golden-yellow clusters of hanging flowers from winter and into spring. An asset in any garden, it provides a natural look and attracts native birds.
A breath-taking climber discovered on the Three Kings Islands in 1945. All year round you’ll admire its very glossy thick deep-green leaves, and from winter through early spring the mature vine is graced with clusters of tubular cream green-tinged flowers. Very showy.
A native of eastern Australia and built to handle the heat and dry spells. Flowers, around 10mm, bell-shaped and in nodding bunches, are present for most of the year and flush in spring. A dwarf shrub that’s a picture en masse, in borders and around the patio. Dainty and pretty.
Arguably the tidiest conifer we've seen, Smaragd forms a lush green cone that's ideal for patio pots, driveway avenues and specimen trees. An upright shape that's a great way of introducing drama into a small garden, especially at an entranceway or on a bank if the garden is sloping.
A wonderful improvement on the species. This one's got very dark green and luxuriant leaves, showy deep red flower buds that open to rich creamy white flowers over a long period during winter and spring. Then, to top it off, flowers are followed by very dark-blue, almost black, berries.
An erect evergreen with sword-like leaves in a myriad of colours; blue-green bordered with a wide margin that changes from gold to a rich cream. Forms a rounded clump over ten years and as it matures, throws a spike of showy cream flowers late summer and autumn. A choice specimen and accent plant.
An evergreen well-known for its architectural, bold sword-shaped leaves and stout trunk. It's an invaluable eye-catching feature plant in sunny dry areas or as an accent plant in large rockeries. Once mature, clusters of white bell-shaped flowers are produced once or twice a year. An excellent container subject, both indoors and out.
A neat rounded shrub with aromatic, grey, felty leaflets. Small clusters of pink flowers occur during spring. Hardy & adaptable to most soils with good drainage. Attractive grey foliage shrub for colour contrast. Compact habit - good tub subject. Grows 1x1m.