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Coastal Hedges

Coastal hedges, windbreaks and screens for your seaside garden. These plants will tolerate more wind, salt spray and sandy soil than other hedge plants. They'll also create a shelter for the rest of your garden.

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  1. Pultenaea retusa - notched bush pea

    Pultenaea retusa - notched bush pea

    Looking for a tough shrub that will thrive in salt spray and sandy soil? Notched Bush Pea is ideal, its hardy, flowers profusely and can handle extended wet seasons too! Learn More
    $2.95

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  2. Pseuderanthemum - false eranthemum

    Pseuderanthemum - false eranthemum

    Lovely tall hedging plant from Polynesian rainforests. Subtle cream variegation on the satiny leaves, and white open flowers freckled with pink appear throughout the year.

    Flower image: Forest & Kim Starr via Flickr cropped to size.

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    $3.50
  3. Pandanus utilis 'Red Edge'

    Pandanus utilis 'Red Edge'

    Dramatic distinctive accent plant, perfect for poolside planting and coastal gardens. Slow growing and low maintenance. Learn More
    $5.85

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  4. 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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  5. Metrosideros thomasii flowers

    Metrosideros thomasii - NZ Christmas bush

    Flame-red fluffy flowers on a very dense shrub, perfect for hedging, windbreaks, privacy screens to 5m. Soft silver-lime new growth throughout the year. Thrives in coastal, windy and exposed sites. Ideal refuge plant for native birds, who love the blossoms' nectar.

    Prohibited to sell to South Australia.

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    $3.10

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  6. 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.

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    $4.60
  7. Metrosideros 'Little Ewan'

    Metrosideros 'Little Ewan'

    Neat growing Little Ewan is compact, hardy and keeps to a height of 1 metre. New growth is bright red. Ideal for exposed sites, low hedges, borders and containers.

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    $4.85

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  8. 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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    $4.95
  9. 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.

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

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    $3.35
  10. 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.

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    $3.35
  11. Leptospermum 'Pink Cascade'

    Leptospermum 'Pink Cascade'

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

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    $3.35
  12. Juniper 'Spartan'

    Juniper 'Spartan'

    Deep green conifer with dense foliage growing in an elegant conical teardrop shape. Perfect for topiary, hedging and feature planting.


    Image by: Forest & Kim Starr [CC BY 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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    $4.55

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  13. Grevillea Honey Gem

    Grevillea Honey Gem

    Beautiful, popular, fast growing Grevillea. A tall growing, dense tree to 5m, with finely divided and contrasting foliage, and long-lasting, golden orange-yellow flowers rich in nectar, that are great for attracting birds. Suitable for reasonably cold temperatures and sub tropical climates. Can be hard pruned or even coppiced if required. Parent of Grevillea Golden Lyre Learn More
    $6.40

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  14. Ficus 'Green Island'

    Ficus 'Green Island'

    Low maintenance, slow-growing, compact evergreen grow-anywhere plant great for hedging or groundcover. Drought tolerant, salt-tolerant, takes clipping well - it's an all-round winner fpr 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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    $3.10

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  15. Escallonia rubra

    Escallonia rubra

    Tall hedge for seaside, coastal, rooftop, and other tough locations. Grows almost anywhere. Clusters of tiny deep pink-red flowers above neat evergreen foliage. Will get to 3-5m unclipped, ideal for windbreaks and privacy screens, or prune to size. Drought, wind and frost tolerant. Learn More
    $3.15
  16. Escallonia Iveyi

    Escallonia Iveyi

    Evergreen flowering hedge shrub to 2.5m, with clusters of scented white blossoms and neat glossy foliage. Ideal for seaside and coastal gardens, hardy in most situations including drought and frost. Not so good in humidity so one for cooler states, where the leaves will bronze up nicely in cold weather.

    Flower image: JLPC (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons Cropped to size

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    $3.45

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  17. Cupressocyparis 'Castlewellan Gold'

    Cupressocyparis 'Castlewellan Gold'

    Golden conifer, great for screening and feature planting, suited to pots too! Tolerates frost and salt soil. For a similar look in a pint-sized package try our Thuja Aurea Nana, it's perfect for smaller gardens!

    Flower image: CrusierGFDL or CC BY 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons Cropped to size.

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  18. Chamelaucium STRAWBERRY SURPRISE™ - waxflower

    Chamelaucium STRAWBERRY SURPRISE™ - waxflower

    Native shrub with soft pink frilled flowers and fine evergreen foliage.
    Plant with white flowering Chantilly Lace for a Strawberries and Cream effect!

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    $4.95
  19. SARAH'S DELIGHT™ Chamelaucium

    Chamelaucium SARAH'S DELIGHT™ - waxflower

    Add winter flowering colour to the garden with this warm shell-pink flowering native! Suited to sandy soils, containers and exposed sites.

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  20. Chamelaucium RASPBERRY RIPPLE™ - waxflower

    Chamelaucium RASPBERRY RIPPLE™ - waxflower

    Lilac-pink flowers with raspberry pink centres and gently ruffled edges bloom late winter and spring. Plant as a flowering hedge or feature shrub in native gardens.

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    $4.95

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  21. Chamelaucium MY SWEET 16™ - waxflower

    Chamelaucium MY SWEET 16™ - waxflower

    Delightful flowering native in white, pink and crimson-red shades as flowers mature. Perfect for gardeners who like to mix things up a little!

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  22. Chamelaucium MOONLIGHT DELIGHT™ - waxflower

    Chamelaucium MOONLIGHT DELIGHT™ - waxflower

    The classic combination of large ivory-white flowers above fresh green foliage on this Geraldton Wax shrub will complement almost any garden.
    Grows to a neat height of 2 metres.

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  23. CHANTILLY LACE Chamelaucium

    Chamelaucium CHANTILLY LACE - waxflower

    Abundant flowering Geraldton Wax featuring delicately frilled small white flowers and fresh lime foliage. Plant in a sunny spot in well drained soil to enjoy masses of snow-white blooms winter through spring.

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  24. Callistemon ‘Endeavour’

    Callistemon ‘Endeavour’

    Cheery bright red long bottlebrush flowers cover a 3m shrub in spring and summer. Irresistible to birds; excellent for hedging.

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    $3.30
  25. Callistemon SLIM™

    Callistemon SLIM™

    Narrow-growing tall callistemon ideal for driveways, paths, narrow beds, and against fences as a privacy screen. Tolerates drought, cold and frost. Vibrant red bottlebrush flowers from spring to autumn.

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    $4.35

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