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You Love Lomandras! (And we know why)

Saturday, 3 October 2015 4:18:00 pm Australia/Brisbane

Lomandras are one of our most popular plants with our customers, and it’s simple to see why. They have so many great attributes!

They are an elegant native grass, growing in large rounded open tufts, like a green fountain or firework.
This round symmetrical shape makes them ideal plants for single plantings, for instance as an accent plant in the centre of a bed or the middle of a lawn.

Lomandras also make beautiful edging plants, as they keep their neat fountain shape without the need for trimming or clipping.
Less work for you! They create an impressive impact when used as a mass planting, for very low maintenance gardening.

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Introducing Umbrella fern!

Friday, 4 September 2015 4:18:50 pm Australia/Brisbane

Australian native fern

Its common name arises from its unique arrangement of fronds in a circular pattern perpendicular to the stem. There really is nothing else quite like it.

Umbrella fern has to be one of my favourite plants and it’s very close to my heart…

I have spent more than 5 years researching successful propagation methods for umbrella fern and it is with great pleasure that I share with you my victory in taming this beautiful native for everyone to enjoy.
Umbrella fern is now grown in small plantations in south east Queensland under shade to supply premium cut foliage to the floriculture industry – so next time you’re at the florist look out for it (or request it!) in bouquet arrangements. A miniature bonsai-style umbrella fern whole-plant has recently become available from high-end florists and nurseries.

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