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  1. Aloe Hedgehog

    Aloe Hedgehog

    Compact little garden aloe with lovely toothy leaves and coral flowers when full grown. Ideal for pots or waterwise landscaping. Flowering image as a guide only. Learn More
  2. Tree Guard

    Tree Guard

    Protect young and tender plants from harsh winds, hot sun, and hungry mammals with these low-cost flexible UV stable tree guards. Just add three sticks/canes/twigs (not supplied).

    Field image: Brisbane City Council via Flickr.

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  3. Anigozanthos Green Machine - kangaroo paw

    Anigozanthos Green Machine - kangaroo paw

    Green-shaded furry flowers and slender grassy foliage makes this a perfect kangaroo paw for native borders and subtle wildlife gardens. Compact size is ideal for pots too. Flowers winter-spring.

    image: John Jennings via Flickr cropped to size.

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  4. Scaevola - white fan flower

    Scaevola - white fan flower

    An all-white form of the popular purple fan flower. Native groundcover for mass planting, rockeries, slopes, hanging baskets in sunny situations.

    image: Harry Rose via Flickr cropped to size.

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  5. Guzmania Violet Queen

    Guzmania Violet Queen

    Not violet, more maroon (Go QLD!) , this bromeliad will decorate your home in low maintenance style, or add colour to shade plantings in tropical gardens. Colour lasts for up to four months; when the central rosette dies back, little ones may take its place at the base. Learn More
  6. Hydrangea pink

    Hydrangea pink

    Big pink mophead flowers decorate this shade-loving frost hardy shrub from early summer onwards. Loves a cool spot with plenty of water. In acid soil the flowers may shade to lilac purple (as the photos show). Learn More
  7. Myoporum parvifolium pink

    Myoporum parvifolium pink

    You love the white form - you'll love the pink! Same great groundcover habit, slightly fatter leaves than Fine Leaf - more like our purple-leaf variety; masses of tiny flowers in soft pale pink. A little less vigorous than the Fine Leaf white form. Learn More
  8. Euphorbia dark pink - crown of thorns

    Euphorbia dark pink - crown of thorns

    Hot sunny spots, dry sandy poor soil, little rainfall - this plant will love it. Flowers through the year. It has thorns, and irritant sap, and needs to be over 10C - which means it's not ideal for everywhere - but if you're looking for a tough old bird with lovely plumage this is your pick. Learn More
  9. Pyrethrum large flowered - seed

    Pyrethrum large flowered - seed

    Big bright daisies from the chrysanthemum family will add colour year after year to your sunny borders and patio pots through the warmer months. Long stems for cutting too. Learn More
  10. Philodendron Black Cardinal

    Philodendron Black Cardinal

    Rich bronze and chocolate glossy leaves give dramatic contrast in shady tropical borders, and make for impressive neat indoor plants in low light rooms.

    image for illustration: Forest and Kim Starr via Flickr

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  11. Echeveria pulidonis

    Echeveria pulidonis

    Blue-green leaves are each delicately edged in red. An extra surprise - golden yellow bell flowers on mature plants. Learn More
  12. Pachyphytum Diamond - moonstone

    Pachyphytum Diamond - moonstone

    Compact succulent with a loose rosette of grey-green cigar shaped leaves. Pachyphytum like it as warm and sunny as possible, and not below 10C. Tolerant of being underwatered. Learn More
  13. Echeveria nodulosa - painted echeveria

    Echeveria nodulosa - painted echeveria

    Deep green striped with wine-red, this succulent really does look painted with an exuberant hand. Will flower when mature with little strawberries-and-cream bell flowers. LIkes it sunny, in well drained soil. Learn More
  14. Calathea lancifolia - rattlesnake plant

    Calathea lancifolia - rattlesnake plant

    One snake you'll be very pleased to find in your home! Symmetrically spotted wiggly leaves, purple on the underside, make a very attractive indoor plant or shade underplanting in tropical gardens. Likes it warm and humid for best results.

    closeup image: Drew Avery via Flickr; plant image:Jim the photographer   via Flickrcropped to size.

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  15. Cosmos Seashells - seed

    Cosmos Seashells - seed

    Unique rolled petals give the look of delicate seashells, and ferny foliage is soft and light. But don't be fooled by the pastel prettiness, these flowers love dry difficult tough sites which they will beautify fast. Learn More
  16. Jute Tree Mat

    Jute Tree Mat

    Natural jute square - use as a weed-suppressing mulch mat for trees and shrubs. Line a hanging basket - just trim to size. Learn More
  17. Parsley Curled - seed

    Parsley Curled - seed

    Milder than the flat Italian parsley, ideal for salads - and very ornamental in bedding and borders! Learn More
  18. Ctenanthe Grey Star

    Ctenanthe Grey Star

    Pewter and purple large striking leaves make this a highly attractive houseplant - or shade underplanting in tropical gardens. Loves humidity and regular water, preferably rainwater. Fold its leaves upwards in the evening, lowering them in daylight. Designer Arno King loves ctenanthes - read more here Learn More
  19. Gloves Second Skin - Taupe

    Gloves Second Skin - Taupe

    Super comfortable leather and lycra gloves in practical light brown. Robust enough for the toughest tasks, snug fitting for comfort and great feel. Stretchy to fit most ladies' or smaller men's hands. Learn More
  20. Euphorbia milii cream - crown of thorns

    Euphorbia milii cream - crown of thorns

    Thrives in hot dry sun, poor soil, low rainfall - tough and undemanding. Or enjoy it as a hard-to-kill houseplant indoors! It's thorny and has irritant latex sap so it's not for everyone. Learn More
  21. Grasses 3 in 1 - seed

    Grasses 3 in 1 - seed

    Blue fescue, swamp grass and bunny tails will add texture and softness to your borders. Lovely edging in three heights, and shades of green-grey-gold. Learn More
  22. Echeveria Pioneer

    Echeveria Pioneer

    Neat perky little succulent, pale green with subtle red tips. Easy care for waterwise gardens, indoors, green walls, roof planting Learn More
  23. Carex Evergold

    Carex Evergold

    Tumbling arching grass, deep green and clear gold. Beautiful in all locations all year round, dense foliage is glossy and fresh. Suited to moist soils and sunny spots, super cold-hardy. Learn More
  24. Radish Easter Egg mix - seed

    Radish Easter Egg mix - seed

    Jazz up your salads with this festive four-colour mix. Just as easy to grow as normal radish, but four times the fun to eat! Sow and pick all year round in just 4 weeks. Learn More
  25. Pachystachys lutea - golden shrimp

    Pachystachys lutea - golden shrimp

    Round leafy shrub with showy golden lollipop flowers through summer and autumn, and year round in tropical gardens. Adds a bright fast jungle look. Needs temperatures over 10C - grow in pots and bring inside in winter in frosty regions. Learn More

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