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Hot and Dry Climate

Plants for hot dry places. These hardy tough little battlers will cope with low rainfall, dry air, and full sun.

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  1. Ozothamnus - rice flower

    Ozothamnus - rice flower

    Compact evergreen shrub to 2m.
    Flowers with generous clusters of snow white buds late winter through spring.

    Image: John Tann via Flickr cropped to size.

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    $3.40

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  2. Osteospermum. 'Asti Purple'  - Cape daisy

    Osteospermum. 'Asti Purple' - Cape daisy

    Hardy flowering plant perfect for borders, rockeries and potted colour.
    Plant in combination with our White Cape Daisy for a beautiful flowering display. Usually available October-April

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    $3.25

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  3. Osteospermum 'Asti White' - Cape daisy

    Osteospermum 'Asti White' - Cape daisy

    Beautiful bedding plant for borders, pots and rockeries.
    Pairs beautifully with our 'Asti Purple' daisy!

    Usually available October-April Learn More
    $3.25

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  4. Oregano OzViva™

    Oregano OzViva™

    Hardy little groundcover her with a subtle flavour.
    Try as a substitute for basil in pesto, it's delightful with freshly grilled meat and burgers! Learn More
    $3.95
  5. Olive Manzanillo

    Olive Manzanillo

    Heavy-cropping fleshy-fruited green or black Spanish olive. Ripens early. Tree is small, slow-growing, spreading, drought tolerant and happy in a big pot. The most popular variety for Australian gardens and plantations. Read more at Olives Australia and cultivation tips at Better Homes & gardens Learn More
    $6.95

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  6. Nerium variegated - oleander

    Nerium variegated - oleander

    Low maintenance, high impact shrub for hot,dry, tough situations. Bright gold-yellow foliage makes a vibrant contrast to the flowers and to dark- and green-leaved plants. Flower colour may vary from that pictured.

    image: Micael Coghlan via Flickr cropped to size.

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    $3.25

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  7. Nerium Mrs Andreasen - oleander

    Nerium Mrs Andreasen - oleander

    Tough and beautiful, like Wonder Woman. Dense privacy hedge, noise and pollution barrier, reliable flowerer, drought hardy, happy at the coast or outback, grows in sandy soil or clay.

    "There are few plants which grow almost everywhere in Australia. The humble oleander is such a plant and it is also one of the most useful of all garden plants." says Don Burke.

    Artwork: Vincent van Gogh, The Met NYC collection. Image: Ava Babili via Flickr cropped to size.

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    $3.25

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  8. 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
    $3.25

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  9. Myoporum parvifolium 'Fine Leaf'

    Myoporum parvifolium 'Fine Leaf'

    Native low ground cover, will spread outwards to around 3m but never more than 30cm high. Creeping boobialla forms a thick mat of fine foliage, dotted with white flowers in spring-autumn or winter-summer, depending on where you live. Great to keep weeds down in the garden, or to cover slopes and banks.
    Image By: Stickpen (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons.

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  10. Myoporum ellipticum - coastal boobialla

    Myoporum ellipticum - coastal boobialla

    Native white flowering coastal boobialla is a compact, evergreen, low growing groundcover excellent in tough locations where wind and sea spray might damage other plants. Frost tolerant and happy in humid locations too. Learn More
    $3.40
  11. 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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    $3.40
  12. Melaleuca 'Snowflake'

    Melaleuca 'Snowflake'

    Shape this gorgeous native in formal gardens or leave to grow naturally for rustic cottage themes. Watch the birds flock to feed on the nectar rich white flowers summer-autumn.

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

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    $3.40
  13. Melaleuca 'Cotton Candy'

    Melaleuca 'Cotton Candy'

    Compact native shrub with showy clusters of hot pink flowers spring-autumn. Hardy and suited to low hedging, rockeries and borders. Smaller than the species form, with brighter green foliage. Doesn't mind occasional wet feet, flowers better in higher-rainfall zones or where watered in the flowering period.

    Image: Mike Russell Flickr cropped to size.

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

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    $3.40
  14. lomandra longifolia

    Lomandra 'Verday'

    Compact, fast-growing, bright green lomandra to approx 60cm around. Tough as old boots - tolerates heat, drought, frost, salt, wind, pollution. Doesn't like high humidity so much - try Tropic Cascade instead if you live in the tropics - but happy in almost every other location. Learn More
    $5.55

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  15. 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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    $5.50
  16. Liriope Silverlawn™

    Liriope Silverlawn™

    Create shimmering silver borders and striking mass planting. Great contrast to evergreen hedges, red flowering plants, dark-leaved plants; adds light to a shady spot.
    See our foliage plants to help find the perfect partner.

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    $4.75

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  17. 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
    $4.75
  18. 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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    $4.30

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  19. Ligustrum undulatum - box leaved privet

    Ligustrum undulatum - box leaved privet

    Fast growing compact evergreen hedging shrub. Great for pruning and clipping, topiary and formal garden styles. Non invasive variety ideal for small gardens.
    Note: this is the NON-invasive good privet. Here's a Gardening Australia article that explains it. Learn More
    $3.40
  20. Leptospermum rubrum nana

    Leptospermum rubrum nana

    Bold bright native shrub with dramatic deep burgundy foliage and lots of tiny vibrant hot pink flowers in winter and spring. Compact to around 1m, lovely as a small hedge, in a mixed bed, or in pots. The first settlers reportedly made tea from the leaves. Always in demand with our customers. If you're looking for a taller version, choose Burgundy Queen.

    We can't ship this product to South Australia.

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    $3.40
  21. Leptospermum petersonii-Lemon scented Tea-tree Flower

    Leptospermum petersonii - lemon scented tea tree

    Fast growing, drought hardy feature tree for sunny locations in both coastal and inland gardens.
    Leaves are freshly lemon-scented when crushed.

    Image: Raffi Kojian (http://Gardenology.org) [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons cropped to size.

    We are unable to ship this product to South Australia for bio-security reasons.

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  22. Leptospermum madidum - weeping tea-tree

    Leptospermum madidum - weeping tea-tree

    Gently weeping, elegant, lemon-scented foliage makes a beautiful feature tree in dry native gardens for an alternative to the water-hungry weeping willow.

    We are Prohibited to sell this product to South Australia.


    Image by Mokkie (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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    $3.40
  23. Leptospermum liversidgei  'Mozzie Blocker PBR'

    Leptospermum liversidgei 'Mozzie Blocker PBR'

    Entertain without the bugs! 'Mozzie Blocker' is the perfect plant for your outdoor entertaining area, zesty citronella lemon scented, natural mosquito repellent.

    We are Prohibited to sell this product to South Australia.

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    $4.95
  24. Leptospermum Cardwell

    Leptospermum Cardwell

    Gracefully weeping aromatic evergreen foliage, covered in white flowers late winter to spring. Lovely as a vigorous native hedge in most locations, including cool climates, where the cascading branches will add movement. Grows in shade, but will flower less.

    We are prohibited to sell this product to South Australia.

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  25. Leptospermum 'Pink Cascade'

    Leptospermum 'Pink Cascade'

    Only 80cm tall but will cascade to 1.5m. Masses of dainty soft pink flowers add charm to the most harsh growing conditions, even soggy heavy soils and humid climates. Creates a softening effect when planted in rockeries, down slopes, over low walls.

    We are unable to sell this product to South Australia for bio-security reasons.

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    $3.40

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