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  1. Ophiopogon - dwarf mondo

    Ophiopogon - dwarf mondo

    Very low growing ornamental grass with glossy dark foliage. Excellent groundcover in full sun or part shade. Suited to rockeries and along the edges of paths as it is very hardy. Suitable for pots; under trees, windowboxes. Learn More
    $3.70
  2. Nerium Dwarf Apricot - oleander

    Nerium Dwarf Apricot - oleander

    Attractive evergreen mediterranean shrub suited to warm climates. Use in tropical garden settings for abundant flowering colour and dense hedging. Very hardy and tough. Not advised for gardens with pets or very small children, but otherwise safe. Learn More
    $3.35
  3. Nephrolepis Blue Bell - Boston fern

    Nephrolepis Blue Bell - Boston fern

    This classic indoor fern grows remarkably well outside in a sheltered humid spot. A fountain of long lime green fishbone fronds will add colour and life to your home, office, or shady nook in the garden. Likes a dryish root and a moist leaf - plant into the crack of a wall on the shady south side and watch it make itself at home. Blue Bell is one of the most popular forms of Boston fern. Learn More
    $5.40
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. Murraya Min a Min

    Murraya Min a Min

    One of our most popular plants year-round, for its fragrance, flowers, fine foliage, and ease of care. Naturally low-growing to 1m, so minimum pruning is needed - if any - to keep in looking good. Plant these where you can enjoy the scent! Learn More
    $4.60
  7. Murraya - mock orange

    Murraya - mock orange

    It's no wonder this tall-growing mock orange is one of our all-time favourites with you! Beautifully scented white flowers in spring-summer, glossy dark evergreen leaves, and tight compact habit in growth. It has the most gorgeous fragrance on warm days

    "I bought 10 tubestock of the Mock Orange plant! Extremely careful packaging and quick interstate delivery. Every single plant has thrived and is growing well!"
    Hannah - February 2017 Wagga Wagga NSW
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    $3.70
  8. Michelia figo

    Michelia figo - port wine Magnolia

    Beautifully scented white flowers in spring and summer. Glossy evergreen leaves, ideal for fragrant hedges or as feature plant in a tub. Can be clipped to shape or left to grow to 2m. Smells of port wine, bubble gum, or bananas according to taste. Plant it and see what you think it smells like! Learn More
    $3.60
  9. Michelia Coco

    Michelia Coco

    Taller than figo, Coco has scented small creamy flowers edged in burgundy, through spring and summer. Glossy leaves, tight in habit and evergreen, making an excellent hedge to 3m in subtropical areas. Beneficial insects love them, as you can see in Snap Happy Birding's blog . Learn More
    $3.60
  10. Michelia Bubbles

    Michelia Bubbles

    Tall growing shrub with lightly scented white flowers along the stem. Plant as a feature or light screening. Biggest flowers of the Michelia varieties we have (about golfball size), and the tallest growing variety. Learn More
    $3.60
  11. Metrosideros Fiji Fire™

    Metrosideros Fiji Fire™

    Fantastic windbreak or privacy hedge to 3m - salt and wind tolerant, great for coastal gardens and exposed locations. Eyecatching tufts of orange-red flowers in summer attract native birds to feed; bright soft lime-silver new growth and silver-green leaves through the year.

    Sorry, we are unable to ship this product to South Australia for bio-security reasons.

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    $4.75

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  12. Melastoma affine Alba

    Melastoma affine Alba

    Fast growing evergreen flowering shrub known as blue tongue, because the bushtucker fruits stain the tongue blue. White flowers with lime green centres, big oval leathery leaves. Super hedge in frost free areas, grows to around 2m. Prune to keep it neat. Learn More
    $4.90
  13. Melaleuca thymifolia

    Melaleuca thymifolia

    Fine-leaved bushy native shrub with purple-pink feathery flowers in summer-autumn. Good for screening and hedging, native gardens, wildlife gardens. Larger than the cultivar Cotton Candy, with slightly greyer foliage.

    image: Brisbane Council via Flickr cropped to size.

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    $3.50

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  14. Melaleuca Little Red

    Melaleuca Little Red

    Brighter red new leaf colour and more dense and branching than Claret Tops, and slightly larger in size. This new variety is a useful addition to the paperbark shrub family and will make an attractive fine-leaved hedge or privacy screen in your native garden.

    flower image: John Rusk via Flickr cropped to size.

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    $5.10
  15. Melaleuca bracteata 'Revolution Gold'

    Melaleuca bracteata 'Revolution Gold'

    The gold foliage of this native shrub becomes more intense through the warmer months. Plant as a feature in native gardens.
    Try it alongside our dark-leaved Leptospermum 'Burgundy Queen' or 'Rubrum nana' for striking contrast!

    Sorry, we are unable to ship this product to South Australia for bio-security reasons.

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    $3.50

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  16. Melaleuca 'Claret Tops'

    Melaleuca 'Claret Tops'

    Red new growth on soft grey-green leaves, with masses of white flowers in spring. Full sun gives leaves a brighter red colour. 'Claret Tops' can be clipped into hedges or topiary as a feature plant, or left wild in native gardens. Birds love it!

    We are Prohibited to sell this product to South Australia.

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    $3.50
  17. Magnolia 'Little Gem'

    Magnolia 'Little Gem'

    Deep glossy large leaves with a rich tan underside. Large white scented flowers. This evergreen tree is always so popular with our customers for hedges, feature planting, and in containers. Best in a sheltered spot where you can enjoy the fragrance. Learn More
    $12.95
  18. Loropetalum Purple Pixie™

    Loropetalum Purple Pixie™

    Gorgeous ground cover, very low maintenance, will spread to 1.5m if unclipped, but only 50cm high. Burgundy purple foliage all year round and bright pink flowers in spring. Stunning mass planting or contrast in borders and rockeries. Learn More
    $4.90
  19. Loropetalum China pink

    Loropetalum China pink

    Rich plum-burgundy leaves create a beautiful backdrop for sprays of vibrant pink tassel-like flowers in spring and summer. Makes a pretty and exotic hedge, or eyecatching specimen shrub in the border. Plant it somewhere sheltered and in rich lime-free soil to help it really flourish. Learn More
  20. Lomandra 'Little Pal'

    Lomandra 'Little Pal'

    Compact fine-leaved native grass for contrast planting in gardens, or erosion control on banks. Happier than other lomandra in shady spots, larger than the related Little Con. Learn More
    $5.65
  21. Lomandra 'Little Cricket'

    Lomandra 'Little Cricket'

    A compact knee-high version of our most popular lomandra 'Mat Rush', perfect for smaller gardens. Use in borders and rockeries.

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    $5.65
  22. Liriope Samantha

    Liriope Samantha

    Hardy, compact, pink-flowered popular liriope ideal for rockeries, landscaping, erosion control, container planting, in sun or shade.

    Flower image for colour illustration: Bruce Kirchoff;Flickr cropped to size.

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    $3.45
  23. Liriope Isabella™

    Liriope Isabella™

    Lawn alternative suited to both sun and deep shade locations.
    Perfect for areas which are fully shaded during winter. Cute pink flowers and dark green leaves. Learn More
    $4.90
  24. Liquidambar - sweet gum

    Liquidambar - sweet gum

    Showy feature tree for large gardens. Autumn leaves display in spectacular red, yellow and purple shades before falling for winter. Create a shady spot in the garden for summer and allow the sunlight in during winter.

    Tree image: Forest & Kim Starr [CC BY 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons, cropped to size. Foliage image: CC BY-SA 3.0,, cropped to size.

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    $4.45
  25. 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

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