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Amazing Azaleas

Friday, 7 October 2016 11:21:00 am Australia/Brisbane

Flowering Azaleas

Amazing Azaleas!

Tall evergreen hedges. Bright flowering shrubs. Potted colour for decks and balconies.

Azaleas fit into almost every space in your garden. These free-flowering shrubs will lift your spirits and fill your garden with colour. Their evergreen compact shape gives form and structure year-round.


Year-round beauty – in an easy-to-manage size

Many azaleas will grow happily in part-shade. Our Ozbreed Autumn range (also known as Encore™ Azaleas) are specially bred to cope with cold weather, AND fly through a hot dry Aussie summer.

Some azaleas flower twice a year, giving you double the value. And some are so free-flowering, it’s hard to see the leaves for all the blooms!


Which azalea is right for you?

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Comments | Posted in Garden Tips By Andrea Caldecourt

Flowering Hedges

Wednesday, 13 July 2016 4:21:00 pm Australia/Brisbane

Shrubs for flowering hedges

Flowering now - Camellias

We're loving the beautiful winter display, it's wonderful to see colour about the garden in the midst of winter. This inspired us to share our favourite plants for flowering hedges.

 

Flowering shrubs are ideal for creating privacy in the garden with the benefit of a bounty of flowers to liven things up! They can be clipped neatly in formal gardens or left to ramble for a rustic feel. Flowering hedges may be clipped neatly in formal gardens or left to ramble for a rustic feel. There's flowering shrubs suited to almost any garden, and climate, sun or shade.

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Comments | Posted By Katrina Geerlings

Hedge Planting

Wednesday, 23 March 2016 10:29:35 am Australia/Brisbane

Autumn is the best time to plant hedges!

The soil is still warm from summer, so your plants can get established before winter arrives. There's also plenty of
moisture around to feed young roots. If you're thinking of planting a hedge, do it the easy way with our tubestock plants.

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Comments | Posted By Andrea Caldecourt

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