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Brilliant Foliage for every Season

Thursday, 18 May 2017 11:21:00 am Australia/Brisbane

 

Nandina border

Looking for a hardy foliage plant for borders? Meet our Nandinas!

 

Nandina, sometimes called Sacred Bamboo or Heavenly Bamboo, is a beautiful east Asian shrub which suits all kinds of gardens very well.

Plants have beautiful leaf colouration even in shade, and in winter when little else is going on outside. You can add year-round colour and interest to your garden, with little effort.

 

They’re super-tough in heat and low temperatures, and resistant to deer and rabbits.

 

Compact and low-growing, Nandinas need no pruning. Unclipped, they produce white flowers and red berries loved by birds. And if you want a more formal look, they clip to a neat hedge or border.

 

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Wednesday, 20 January 2016 4:20:00 pm Australia/Brisbane

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Sizzling ixoras

There’s starry sizzling ixoras, in spicy shades of orange, red, yellow and gold, which will add vibrant colour to your hedges and decks. (If you live somewhere that gets a winter frost, plant them up in a pot so you can bring them inside during a cold snap.)

You can clip an ixora quite close for a neat and tidy evergreen hedge; or leave it to grow in its natural shrub form, a loose dome shape. We love them planted up here with Callistemon Great Balls of Fire – the rich burn orange of the flowers mixing beautifully with the pinky-tan shades of the bottle brush foliage.

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