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  1. Yucca Bright Edge

    Yucca Bright Edge

    Neat cold-hardy compact yucca with bright leaf colour and dramatic flower spikes on mature plants. Fantastic for pots, or as an accent plant in borders. Add a tropical touch to a cool-climate garden!

    plant image: brewbooks via Flickr

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    $6.60
  2. Tibouchina Skylab

    Tibouchina Skylab

    Give this climbing tibouchina a support or shrub as a leg-up and it will scramble skywards to 2m. Needs a frost-free garden where it will bloom through winter. Fun fact, kids: Skylab was a NASA space station, which fell to earth in Australia in 1979 Learn More
    $4.35
  3. Thyme creeping

    Thyme creeping

    Non-culinary flowering thyme for dry soils, full sun, rockeries, slopes, windowboxes, between pavers, alongside vegetable gardens, around wildlife shrubs. Keeps its leaves through winter in milder climates. Learn More
    $4.75
  4. Spathiphyllum Sensation Little - peace lily

    Spathiphyllum Sensation Little - peace lily

    Breathe cleaner air with a peace lily they soak up harmful chemicals making them a great choice for homes and offices. Sensation is the biggest peace lily to 2m - luckily this 'Sensation Little' version at 70cm is much more compact and easier to site! Big broad rounded deep green leaves, white sail-like flowers, happy in shade.

    image: Forest & Kim Starr via Flickr

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    $5.15
  5. Rosemary Huntington Carpet

    Rosemary Huntington Carpet

    Spreading trailing groundcover rosemary, site it somewhere sunny to cascade over a wall or down a bank. Aromatic foliage and vibrant blue flowers. Learn More
    $4.35
  6. Rose Terrazza Clear -  patio rose

    Rose Terrazza Clear - patio rose

    Compact neat patio rose ideal for pots and tubs, beds and borders. Double white blooms in spring-summer, large compared to the plant. Lovely indoor plant too. Learn More
    $4.80
  7. Rhagodia Aussie Flat Bush™ - saltbush

    Rhagodia Aussie Flat Bush™ - saltbush

    Low-growing mounded native shrub, grey-blue colour an attractive backdrop to seasonal flowers. Tough, hardy, great for inland gardens. Grows in almost any soil, very drought tolerant. Learn More
    $4.90

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  8. Polygala Little Polly- sweet pea shrub

    Polygala Little Polly- sweet pea shrub

    She's a real cutie, a neat rounded metre-high covered in purple pea flowers spring and summer. Very easygoing as to where you put her, she'll brighten up your garden in a wink. Learn More
    $4.75
  9. Pandorea Snowbells

    Pandorea Snowbells

    Clusters of beautiful white bell flowers decorate this fast-growing native vine in spring. Makes a fantastic privacy screen, shady climber trained over an arbour, or even a groundcover if left unsupported. Very easy going as to soil type.

    image: Vivian Evans via Flickr

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    $4.75
  10. Nandina Gulf Stream

    Nandina Gulf Stream

    Tough and hardy, with good red cool-weather colour - ideal if you're missing the seasons in your subtropical garden, and frost-tolerant if you're further south. Great in urban locations as it stands up to pollution. Dense foliage is good for hedging. Learn More
    $6.15
  11. Nandina Firepower

    Nandina Firepower

    Turns a brilliant red in winter and then becomes a gentle backdrop for your flowering plants the rest of the year. If you love Blush but wish it was green, Firepower is the nandina for you. Compact, very cold tolerant. No-prune mini hedge plant or low maintenance shrub in a mixed border.

    image: Leonora Enking via Flickr

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    $6.15
  12. Lime Tahitian

    Lime Tahitian

    Attractive evergreen tree with sweet blossom and thin-skinned seedless sweet fruits - refreshing in cocktails, delicious in Asian and Caribbean dishes, and tangy in tarts and pies. Use green or when the skins start to turn yellow. Learn More
    $6.95
  13. Lemon Meyer

    Lemon Meyer

    Popular for its sweeter fruit, smaller plant size, and cold tolerance. You can grow this one in a pot on the deck quite happily - pick a fruit, slice it up, drop it in your gin (or fancy beer)...that's the life! Learn More
    $6.95
  14. Lemon Lisbon

    Lemon Lisbon

    Bumper annual crops of juicy lemons can be yours. Great variety for inland gardens as more heat tolerant. Try hard pruning Lisbon lemon as a tall security hedge, and use the thorns to advantage! Learn More
    $6.95
  15. Lemon Eureka

    Lemon Eureka

    Thornless, seedless, crops more than once a year! One for warmer gardens - they don't like cold or wind - and needs occasional pruning to keep it neat and healthy. Learn More
    $6.95
  16. Hydrangea Ayesha

    Hydrangea Ayesha

    Ayesha is something special. She has tiny slightly curled petals like little spoons, in mother-of-pearl shades of lilac, blush pink and powder blue. Very unusually for hydrangeas, she also has a light perfume.  Learn More
    $4.10
  17. Hydrangea Amethyst

    Hydrangea Amethyst

    Neat pretty hydrangea, shades from pale pink to pale blue depending on your soil, and from green to antique copper through the year. Dries well for floral use. Happier in sun than many hydrangea; small size fits a pot for balconies and decks. Learn More
    $4.10
  18. Graptoveria Opalina - succulent

    Graptoveria Opalina - succulent

    Chubby little mother-of-pearl leaves form neat rosettes. Ideal for frostfree waterwise gardens, rockeries, and indoors. Pink flush is brighter when grown in full sun. Learn More
    $5.10
  19. Gasteria Okavango - succulent

    Gasteria Okavango - succulent

    Okavango arranges its leaves like an elaborately folded napkin at a posh restaurant, dark green shaded brown and freckled with white raised spots. Ideal succulents for the beginner, Gasteria are easy-care and will soon multiply up from a small plant. Learn More
    $5.10
  20. Echeveria Silver Queen - succulent

    Echeveria Silver Queen - succulent

    Beautiful purple-grey colouring on this neat succulent.

    image: salchuiwt via Flickr cropped to size.

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    $5.10
  21. Dahlia Pompom mix - bulb

    Dahlia Pompom mix - bulb

    3 bulbs. Perfect golfball-like flowers on long stems, ideal for flower arranging and planting in mixed borders. Plant after frosts have gone and enjoy flowers right through summer-autumn. Learn More
    $16.95
  22. Dahlia Bonnie Skye - bulb

    Dahlia Bonnie Skye - bulb

    Luminous pink flowers cover this neat little dahlia, perfect for container planting or the front of mixed borders. Plant after frosts have gone and enjoy flowers right through summer-autumn. 1 bulb/pack Learn More
    $8.95
  23. Crassula pubescens - succulent

    Crassula pubescens - succulent

    Chubby-leaf carpeting succulent with bright winter colour. Easycare plant for indoors and out in a free-draining soil. Spread to 1m wide while keeping low, great groundcover for xeriscaping. Bonus white flowers. NB These plants may arrive green but will colour up in sunlight.

    image: Cultivar413 via Flickr

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    $4.75
  24. Crassula Little Jade Tree - succulent

    Crassula Little Jade Tree - succulent

    Cute little succulent with finger-like stems like Shrek's ears. Fun and easy plant for indoors and outside in a free-draining soil. Learn More
    $5.40
  25. Crassula - watchchain, rat tail succulent

    Crassula - watchchain, rat tail succulent

    Shade-loving succulent with clusters of slender leafstems marked like a zip. Easycare indoors and out in freedraining soil.

    image: Kristine Paulus via Flickr

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    $4.75

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