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Drought Tolerant Plants

Our range of drought tolerant Australian garden plants that can cope with low rainfall, free draining soil, and forgetful watering schedules.... While the plants are young and establishing, for at least the first three months after planting, do water regularly to help them form roots and new shoots.

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  1. Grevillea Yamba Sunshine

    Grevillea Yamba Sunshine

    Large native shrub, free-flowering in soft yellow, and loved by birds. Ideal companion to Honey Gem and Moonlight. Underplant with Gold Rush for two-tier yellow grevilleas. Learn More
    $5.50

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  2. Grevillea Sandra Gordon

    Grevillea Sandra Gordon

    Tough hardy old favourite native shrub or tree with bird-attracting bright yellow blossoms and fine ferny foliage. Try it anywhere, it's adaptable to most garden situations, climates, and soils once established, even those with poor soil or air quality. Image for illustration only. Learn More
    $6.05

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  3. Grevillea robusta - silky oak

    Grevillea robusta - silky oak

    Tall fast-growing ornamental native tree, impressive and unmistakable in full flower. Elegant slender conical silhouette with sweeping upturned branches. Deep golden flowers spring-summer, large ferny leaves all year round. Attracts wildlife. Drought tolerant and frost hardy once full grown. Timber useful for fine woodworking; flowers for honey production.

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    $4.55
  4. Grevillea Poorinda Peter

    Grevillea Poorinda Peter

    Stunning dark green foliage, bronze when new, and reddish purple flowers from summer through to winter - great for attracting native birds. An old cultivar that's usually to track down. Dense spreading hedge or shrub, fast growing. Ideal for exposed sites. Parent of Grevillea Bronze Rambler Learn More
    $4.55

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  5. Grevillea Gold Rush

    Grevillea Gold Rush

    Cute neat compact native with golden curled flowers, each with a contrasting red stamen, and slender narrow leaves. Lovely container plant or underplanting in full sun. Frost and drought hardy. Plant with Yamba Sunshine for two-tier yellow grevilleas. Learn More
    $5.50

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  6. Grevillea Gaudi Chaudi' flower

    Grevillea gaudichaudii

    Scrambling dense ground cover, excellent for embankments, steep slopes, rockeries, or as a weed suppressant. Deeply cut leaves, tipped red, and deep red-burgundy flowers to 10cm long, plus new red-flushed growth, make a very attractive native plant. Grows only 30cm high but up to 3m across. Learn More
    $4.55

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  7. Grevillea FlatAz

    Grevillea FlatAz™

    Fast growing native groundcover grevillea, perfect for erosion control on steep embankments. Attractive fine fishbone foliage.Flowers profusely in exposed sunny sites attracting nectar feeding birds. Learn More
    $5.50
  8. Grevillea Fanfare

    Grevillea Fanfare

    Prostrate low-growing habit, spreading 4-5m. New growth flushes deep red. Fanfare is a dense growing groundcover with deeply lobed red-tipped foliage dusty pink toothbrush flower up to 10cm long in Spring-Summer. Suitable for reasonably cold temperates to sub tropical climates. Learn More
    $4.55

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  9. Grevillea Down Under™

    Grevillea Down Under™

    From a land down under, naturally tough, heat and sun loving and it's fast growing!
    Plant on steep hillsides and rockeries to control erosion and weeds. Learn More
    $5.50

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  10. Grevillea baileyana - brown silky oak

    Grevillea baileyana - brown silky oak

    Hardy flowering small native tree suited to feature planting and creating shade. Fragrant nectar rich flowers attract honey-eating birds to your garden. Grows from north Queensland to Victoria. Much like Ivory Curl Flower in appearance and growth habit, somewhat taller and more slender.


    Flower image: Tatiana Gerus [CC BY 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons ,cropped to size. Learn More

    $3.95

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  11. Grevillea royal mantle

    Grevillea 'Royal Mantle'

    Hardy low-growing native ground-cover, ideal for trailing down rockeries and embankments, and attracting wildlife to your garden. Bright red spidery flowers throughout the year, especially in winter and spring, especially in full sun. New leaves are bronze-red. Very popular. Learn More
    $4.55

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  12. Grevillea 'Bronze Rambler'

    Grevillea 'Bronze Rambler'

    Low-growing scrambly ground cover with fine ferny leaves, bronze-red when new, and dark red-maroon brush flowers to 10cm long. Will spread to cover to 4m, ideal for mass planting, slopes, banks and rockeries. Offspring of Grevillea Poorinda Peter Learn More
    $4.55

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  13. Goodia lotifolia - goldentip

    Goodia lotifolia - goldentip

    Create a private nook in the garden with this fast growing tough native pea. Grows to 3m with with a loose habit.

    Image: Melburnian (Own work) [GFDL, CC-BY-SA-3.0 or CC BY 2.5], via Wikimedia Commons

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    $3.25

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  14. Gazania Talent Mix

    Gazania Talent Mix

    Colourful mix of bright flowers grow above slender silvery foliage. Clear shades of burnt orange, gold, purple, ivory and occasional stripes. Ideal bordering plant for dry areas of the garden. Usually available July-October.


    Please Note: This product is a mix. We cannot tell from their leaves which colour flower each plant will have, so it's a lucky dip! Order more plants, and you get more chance of getting your favourite. We are unable to sell this product to South Australia. Learn More
    $3.05

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  15. Gazania Sunshine Mixed

    Gazania Sunshine Mixed

    Daisies in a hot colour mix, perfect for dry spots, embankments, weed suppression, full sun, containers, baskets, border edging, ground cover mass planting... Usually available July-October.


    Please Note: This product is a mix. We cannot tell from their leaves which colour flower each plant will have, so it's a lucky dip! Order more plants, and you get more chance of getting your favourite.

    We are prohibited to sell this product to South Australia.


    Image by Zanchetta Fabio (faxstaff) (http://ladriditalee.faxstaff.net/) [CC BY-SA 2.5], via Wikimedia Commons

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    $3.05

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  16. Gazania rigens Yellow

    Gazania rigens Yellow

    Hardy spreading ground cover with large bright yellow flowers. Drought tolerant, loves full sun. Fantastic as massed planting. Usually available July-January. We are prohibited to sell this product to South Australia. Learn More
    $3.05

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  17. Gazania Pink

    Gazania Pink

    Hardy ground cover suited to rockeries and borders in full sun. Cheery pink daisy shaped flowers. Usually available July-January.

    We are prohibited to sell this product to South Australia. Learn More

    $3.05

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  18. Gazania New Day Bronze

    Gazania New Day Bronze

    Rich bronze-burnt orange flowers cover this hardy ground cover spring to autumn. Plant in a sunny spot for best flowering display! Usually available July-January. We are unable to sell this product to South Australia. Learn More
    $3.05

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  19. Gazania Daybreak Red Stripe

    Gazania Daybreak Red Stripe

    Tough ground cover with brilliant red and golden-yellow striped daisy flowers. Plant on embankments to control weeds or in rockeries for a sunny splash of colour. Usually available July-January. We are unable to sell this product to South Australia. Learn More
    $3.05

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  20. Gazania 'Double Gold'™

    Gazania 'Double Gold'™

    Compact low hardy double-flowered gazania for all areas of the garden. Frost and drought tolerant, will grow in heavy clay or sandy soil. Almost maintenance free, will not self-seed. Usually available July-January. Learn More
    $3.45

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  21. Ficus 'Green Island'

    Ficus 'Green Island'

    Drought tolerant, salt-tolerant, low maintenance, slow-growing, compact evergreen grow-anywhere plant. Takes clipping well -great for hedging or groundcover. It's an all-round winner for sub-tropical gardens. Even makes a perfect bonsai

    Bush images: Forest & Kim Starr via Flickr cropped to size,.

    Bonsai image: Hazel Kenady via Flickr cropped to size.

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    $3.50
  22. Festuca glauca - blue fescue

    Festuca glauca - blue fescue

    Outstanding small ornamental grass featuring steel-blue foliage all year round. Fine slender leaves, neat shape. Will develop to a compact rounded clump in as little as 12 months. Learn More
    $2.95
  23. 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
    $5.95

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  24. 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
    $5.95

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  25. Erigeron - seaside daisy

    Erigeron - seaside daisy

    Robust yet dainty groundcover loves to grow, flower and thrive almost anywhere. Delicate white daisy flowers and soft ferny foliage. Plant between rocks and into paved areas, where it will self-seed and spread happily. Learn More
    $3.25

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