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Blue flowers

Blue is the most popular colour in the world. Maybe it’s your favourite? It’s the restful calm of a summer sky and a still sea. It's stormy clouds, and deep ocean. Blue has many moods! It’s not a common colour in the plant world, and few flowers are naturally true blue.

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  1. Rosemary 'Garnish'

    Rosemary 'Garnish'

    Aromatic edible bushy herb with a deep woody scent & fine deep green foliage. Delicious with strongly flavoured meats (lamb and game), garlic and rich tomato based sauces. Learn More
    $3.45

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  2. Plumbago 'Dark Blue'

    Plumbago 'Dark Blue'

    Gorgeous deep blue flowers in abundance on a versatile plant. Shrub, hedge, climber, espaliered vine, trained rambler, topiary bush - this plant will make itself at home in almost any situation! The more you clip it the more it seems to flower - but happy to scramble over a pergola or arch without too much attention. Loves the sun. Learn More
    $3.50

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  3. Plumbago 'Blue'

    Plumbago 'Blue'

    Powdery blue flowers in abundance on a versatile plant. Shrub, hedge, climber, espaliered vine, trained rambler, topiary bush - this plant will make itself at home in almost any situation! The more you clip it the more it seems to flower - but happy to scramble over a pergola or arch without too much attention. Loves the sun. Learn More
    $3.50

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  4. Hydrangea assorted

    Hydrangea assorted

    Stunning displays of flowers above lush large-leaf foliage, a most impressive shade-loving big shrub. Our assortment includes Mopheads: the most recognisable variety with large dome-shaped clusters of pastel flowers in white, pink or blue; and Lacecaps: as the name suggests, a delicate flowering form with lacy open clusters of white florets. They are both beautiful and are sold as assorted. Treat yourself to a little surprise!

    "Hello! I received my order of three hydrangeas, they were professionally packed (even though I will admit to scepticism). The plant stock was healthy with the surprise of your concentrated seaweed plant booster. I would like to say thank you, I will definitely be using your business again and will be telling our neighbours as well. Thanks again - I am delighted!" Christine - October 2016. Hastings Point, NSW Learn More
    $3.50

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  5. Duranta 'Sheena's Gold'

    Duranta 'Sheena's Gold'

    Striking yellow-green foliage all year, with a dense habit, that forms one of our most popular hedges. Lilac flowers in spring and summer, followed by clusters of yellow-orange berries in autumn and winter. Train over an entranceway, arbour, pergola or arch. To 3m. Learn More
    $3.50

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  6. Blue witches hat

    Blue witches hat

    Looking for striking winter colour ? Blue witches hat, also known as hedgehog sage, flowers in clusters of brilliant blue bobbing above lush foliage. Usually available September-March. Learn More
    $4.20

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  7. Agapanthus Blue

    Agapanthus Blue

    Our most popular agapanthus. Sky blue full flowerheads to around 1m tall. Low maintenance and hardy. Seed-grown, unlike our other blue agapanthus, giving you slight variations in shade of blue and final height. Learn More
    $3.15

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  8. Agapanthus 'Purple Cloud'

    Agapanthus 'Purple Cloud'

    Stunning purple flowers on tall flower spikes. Great for mass plantings and flowering colour through summer. Hardy and low maintenance. Purple Cloud is a larger sized agapanthus to 1.5m high and wide.

    image: Katriona McCarthy via Flickr cropped to size.

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    $5.65

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