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Wildlife Friendly Plants

Attract native birds like lorikeets, honeyeaters and finches to your garden. Encourage and support local bee and butterfly populations to grow and thrive. Enjoy watching our beautiful native animals sip nectar and take shelter. Gardening can be a pleasure for everyone! Don't forget to put out a shallow dish of water for wildlife to drink and bathe.

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  1. Xanthostemon Fairhill Gold

    Xanthostemon Fairhill Gold

    Compact native large shrub or small tree, unmistakeable in full flower. Ideal for landscaping, large pots and native or formal gardens. Birds love the nectar-rich blossom.

    Due to bio-security legislation, we are unable to ship this product to South Australia.

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    $3.40
  2. Xanthostemon 'Little Penda'

    Xanthostemon 'Little Penda'

    Neat native shrub for feature planting, striking privacy screen hedges and essential in a wildlife garden. Loved by birds, honeyeaters and lorikeets especially. Paler yellow flowers than the Fairhill Gold variety, and a smaller overall size.

    We are unable to ship this product to South Australia for biosecurity reasons.

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  3. Xanthostemon 'Little Goldie'

    Xanthostemon 'Little Goldie'

    Dwarf version of the popular native golden penda tree, perfect for small gardens that still want to attract birdlife. Can even be grown in a container on the balcony!

    Due to bio-security legislation, we are unable to ship this product to South Australia.

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    $3.40
  4. Westringia Zena

    Westringia Zena

    Low growing dwarf dense coastal rosemary with grey-green leaves, and small white flowers for most of the year. Compact form ideal for low hedges and ground cover. Good in exposed and coastal areas, hardy in most locations.

    "10 Westringia Zena, as ordered, arrived fine and healthy, at 07.14 a.m. today. I'm about to start planting! Glad you exist up here."

    Christine - Brisbane QLD
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    $3.40
  5. Westringia Naringa™

    Westringia Naringa™

    Fast growing dense native hedge to 2.2m. Westringia Naringa is quick to establish making it ideal for new gardens. and sheltering windbreaks

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    $4.75
  6. Westringia Mundi™

    Westringia Mundi™

    Will clip to only 15cm! Mundi is a dwarf form about knee-high but spreading widthways. Ideal coastal rosemary for an evergreen boundary that still maintains your view. Learn More
    $4.75
  7. Westringia fruticosa

    Westringia fruticosa

    Our native species rosemary has dense, fine leaves and small white flowers loved by birds and other wildlife. Its relaxed open form and soft colouring suit bush and cottage style gardens beautifully; or you can clip it to a more formal shape. Grows to around 2m unclipped, for a wildlife-friendly hedge. Our most popular Westringia. Learn More
    $3.40
  8. Westringia Aussie Box®

    Westringia Aussie Box®

    Grows naturally to a 70cm round tidy ball shape of dense foliage, covered in lilac flowers in spring and summer. No pruning is needed, but can be clipped to 40cm. Low maintenance, ideal for containers, borders, mass planting, ground cover. Learn More
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  9. Westringia 'Wynyabbie Gem'

    Westringia 'Wynyabbie Gem'

    Great for coastal, seaside, and exposed roof garden locations, as it can withstand salt and wind. Soft velvety silver-grey leaves cover this super-hardy shrub. Small blue-lilac flowers pretty much year round in warm locations. Improves with clipping - if you'd like a more compact version, try 'Jervis Gem'. Learn More
    $3.40
  10. Westringia 'Peppermint Cream'

    Westringia 'Peppermint Cream'

    All the hardy, salt-tolerant, easy-maintenance benefits of coastal rosemary with fresh bright variegated foliage! Each tiny leaf on this neat compact shrub is edged in creamy-white, which will brighten up drab areas of the garden and make a charming container plant. Bees love the white flowers. Only reaches 1m unclipped, ideal for roof gardens and low hedges. Learn More
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  11. Westringia 'Jervis Gem'

    Westringia 'Jervis Gem'

    A compact form of the popular Wynyabbie Gem, with soft velvety silver-grey foliage, and lilac-blue flowers for most of the year. This native rosemary is great in coastal, roof-garden, and exposed sites as it puts up with salt and wind.

    "A dozen Callistemon 'Little John' and 6 Westringia fruticoa 'Jervis Gem' just arrived in top condition. Beautiful little plants bursting with good health and new growth. Couldn't be happier!" Anne - January 2017. Newcastle, NSW. Learn More
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  12. Waratah - Alloxylon

    Waratah - Alloxylon

    Spectacular in full flower, this native rainforest tree grows happily anywhere frost-free with regular rainfall or irrigation. Long glossy dark leaves in rosettes; curly vermilion-red flowers sit proud of the branches. Supposedly happiest in cool humid locations but growing well in southern VIC, Sydney, and here on the Sunshine Coast! Learn More
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  13. Tristaniopsis Burgundy Blush PBR

    Tristaniopsis Burgundy Blush PBR

    Easy-care native shrub featuring brilliant deep-red new growth. Perfect for seaside gardens, low hedging or left to grow to its naturally mounded habit.

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

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    $4.95
  14. Themeda 'Mingo™' - kangaroo grass

    Themeda 'Mingo™' - kangaroo grass

    Ultimate low maintenance low growing native grass in a lovely shade of silver-blue. Sterile seedheads in summer attract feeding birds. Excellent ground cover and landscaping plant. Edible seeds used for bushtucker flour Learn More
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  15. Rosemary 'Tuscan Blue'

    Rosemary 'Tuscan Blue'

    Classic fragrant Mediterranean herb, hardy, rosemary is well suited to seaside plantings and dry areas. Clear blue-lilac flowers through the warmer months. Makes an aromatic low hedge. Spike your homemade breads and roasts, barbecued meats and vegies with the blue-green leaves. Learn More
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  16. Rosemary 'Pink Remembrance'

    Rosemary 'Pink Remembrance'

    A pink-flowered rosemary with all the charm and fragrance of the blue kind. Blue-green needle-like leaves stand up to salt, wind, sun and dry soils. Happy in cooler climates too. Makes an unusual aromatic hedge, or plant in a pot by the kitchen door for your barbecues and roasts. Learn More
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  17. 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
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  18. Rondeletia amoena

    Rondeletia amoena

    Plant as a feature or hedge in a warm sunny frost-free spot to enjoy clusters of tiny pink scented flowers winter through to summer. Learn More
    $3.45
  19. Polygala - sweet pea shrub

    Polygala - sweet pea shrub

    Beautiful frost hardy shrub for all kinds of locations and climates. Bright purple flowers throughout the year in mild weather. Makes a superb hedge to 1.5m Learn More
    $3.40
  20. Podocarpus - plum pine

    Podocarpus - plum pine

    Fast-growing tall native bushtucker tree with blue-black fruits very high in vitamin C. Needs another plum pine to pollinate itself. Add height to your wildlife garden, or prune hard to a hedge to enjoy maximum glossy new bronze leaves and make picking those plums easier!

    image: Rosita Choque via Flickr

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  21. Poa labillardierei - tussock grass

    Poa labillardierei - tussock grass

    Elegant versatile native grass especially useful for erosion control. Happy in any soil, especially wetter areas. Feathery flowerheads in summer add to the appeal. Often recommended in local council planting lists.

    plant image: Leonora Enking via Flickr; roo image: Harry Rose via Flickr; coast mage: Dr Mary Gillham via Flickr; seedhead image: NSW grassy ecosystems via Flickr

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  22. Pentas Red variegated

    Pentas Red variegated

    Never stops flowering! Bright red starry blooms contrast with gold-splashed leaves for year-round colour. Butterflies love them. A little more tender than the all-green-leaf forms so protect from frost.

    Note: Flower image shows flower colour in a green-leaf form - plants dispatched have variegated leaf as in second image.

    Flower image: Carl Lewis via Flickr cropped to size.

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    $3.25

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  23. Pentas Pale Pink

    Pentas Pale Pink

    Pretty, free-flowering, sun-loving, hardy, butterfly-attracting - Pentas has it all, and this lovely shade of pale pink will coordinate beautifully with the other plants in your garden beds or balcony pots. Learn More
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  24. Pentas Mauve

    Pentas Mauve

    Soft purple clusters of starry flowers cover this compact shrub in spring and summer - and through most of the year in sub-tropical gardens. Attracts butterflies, and admiring looks from the neighbours. Learn More
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  25. Pentas Dark Pink

    Pentas Dark Pink

    Masses of flowers cover these plants all through the year in a frost-free garden. Butterflies love the blooms and you will too, as pentas are low maintenance and drought tolerant once etablished. In a frosty spot bring plants in for the winter or treat as annual bedding. Learn More
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