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  1. Asplenium Norfolk Gem - birds nest fern

    Asplenium Norfolk Gem - birds nest fern

    Extra-broad leaves, wider at the end than the base, means extra glossy foliage in your fernery or shade border - and excellent as an indoor plant. Fast-growing and native to Norfolk Island. A lovely addition to the birds nest range. Learn More

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  2. Acacia retinodes - wirilda

    Acacia retinodes - wirilda

    Native southern wattle tree, all-year flowering, tough and hardy, very easy going and low maintenance. Good little all-rounder. Learn More

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  3. Echeveria Volcano

    Echeveria Volcano

    Fat rosettes freckled and shaded in chocolate brown erupt into stems of flame-coloured bells on mature plants. Lovely addition to any succulent collection. Learn More

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  4. 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

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  5. 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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  6. Pachyphytum Scheideckeri - moonstone

    Pachyphytum Scheideckeri - moonstone

    Fat rounded leaves, silver-grey, arranged in an irregular rosette. Will grow out sideways to form a community. This one needs it hot and sunny and doesn't mind poor soil - ideal for waterwise gardens in frost-free zones. Learn More

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  7. 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

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  8. Osteospermum Lavender Shades

    Osteospermum Lavender Shades

    Soft lilac-lavender purple daisies will give you masses of colour in the sunniest spots. Happy in pretty much any soil including seaside. Learn More

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  9. Cordyline Tangelo

    Cordyline Tangelo

    Rich coral colour on new leaves and older leaf edges make this cordyline a striking addition to any tropical garden or indoor foliage planting. Learn More
  10. Viola Baby Blue

    Viola Baby Blue

    Like the native violet but want more blue? This one's for you! Mini-pansy flowers in a soft lavender-sky, dainty dark green leaves, great groundcover for deep shade. Less spreading than the bicolour version, ideal for between pavers. Learn More
  11. Haworthia Mirrorball

    Haworthia Mirrorball

    Chubby mini-pyramids cluster together, each translucent mint-green leaf camouflaged with darker green. Easy care and low maintenance indoors or out. Needs a frost-free location and good drainage for best results.
    Plants shipped as plugs inside our tubestock pots (see photo), ready to plant or pot up. Learn More
  12. Echeveria Star Green

    Echeveria Star Green

    Neat deep green star that will grow happily on a windowsill or in a waterwise garden. Easy care low maintenance succulent that will flower when mature and happy. Learn More

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  13. 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
  14. 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
  15. 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
  16. Gordonia - fried egg plant

    Gordonia - fried egg plant

    Ideal small tree or screen for Australian gardens with glossy dark leaves and big white flowers in autumn-winter. Easy to grow and undemanding, given protection from frost while young. Would look wonderful planted alongside a white sasanqua camellia. The old flowers drop off and fall to the ground, sunny-side-up, so the plant always looks neat.

    image: Jan Smith via Flickr

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  17. Wasabi Mazuma

    Wasabi Mazuma

    The authentic stuff, not dyed horseradish! Grow your own fresh sushi paste - it takes a little care and attention but you'll be so proud you did, especially if you love your Japanese cuisine. 'Mazuma' is a highly regarded variety for its elegance, heat and sweetness.
    Plants shipped as plugs inside our tubestock pots (see photo), ready to plant or pot up.
    field image: sk via Flickr; root image: t-mizo via Flickrsculpture image: vera46 via Flickr cropped to size.

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  18. 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
  19. 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
  20. Eco-flo Dolomite 500ml

    Eco-flo Dolomite 500ml

    Concentrated liquid dolomite solution formulated for plant health. Reduces soil acidity (pH) organically. Equivalent to 20kg powdered dolomite with improved magnesium levels. Learn More
  21. 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
  22. Rhoeo Stripe Me Pink

    Rhoeo Stripe Me Pink

    Stylish twist on an old favourite - ideal for indoors or shady spots outside in a frost-free garden. Holds its colour better out of full sun; for sunny spots choose our other Dwarf Rhoeo. Learn More
  23. Haworthia obtusa

    Haworthia obtusa

    See-through succulent with fat leaves like a bunch of grapes. Easy care, unusual. The translucent areas increase the light getting to the centre of the plant, so this one grows well in shade and sun.
    Plants shipped as plugs inside our tubestock pots (see photo), ready to plant or pot up. Learn More
  24. 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
  25. Viola Johnny Jump Up

    Viola Johnny Jump Up

    Cute funny-face viola for groundcover, baskets, patio pots, between paving, and rockeries. Low maintenance, easy care, always cheery. Grow them organically and they make pretty edible additions to salads and pastries. Learn More

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