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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. Buddleia Joan

    Buddleia Joan

    Soft colour will harmonise with other flowers in mixed borders, honey scent will attract beneficial pollinators. Why not plant one near fruit trees or your kitchen garden? Cold hardy once established; just give it a good annual chop back to keep it bushy. Learn More
    $3.70
  2. Buddleia Golden Glow

    Buddleia Golden Glow

    Unusual warm-gold butterfly bush with a long flowering season. Honey-scented flowers are adored by birds, bees and butterflies. Find it somewhere dry and sunny where it can bring life and colour to your garden for weeks at a time.

    images: Maja Dumat via Flickr

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    $3.70
  3. Black kangaroo paw - Macropidia

    Black kangaroo paw - Macropidia

    Yeah it's real! Black furry buds open to green flowers in this wonderful native kangaroo paw. A little tricky in subtropical gardens but worth the effort - and very rewarding in dry zone climates.

    images: Paul Morris via Flickr cropped to size.


    "Impressed with the packaging of my 4 black kangaroo paw tube-stock plants they arrived safely on time in South Australia"
    Victoria
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    $5.25
  4. Banksia robur - swamp banksia

    Banksia robur - swamp banksia

    Tough spreading shrub with bright felty new growth and impressive gold-tan flower spikes. Can cope with moist or seasonally flooded soils, and will regenerate after fire like a phoenix. Learn More
    $3.50
  5. Banksia integrifolia - coastal banksia

    Banksia integrifolia - coastal banksia

    Hardy versatile Australian native, suited to coastal plantings, street trees, revegetation, soil stabilisation. Nectar rich in winter - a good tree for beekeepers. Occurs in the wild from southern VIC to QLD, as a shrub in exposed locations to a 25m tree in sheltered spots - so plant it to allow for future growth! Learn More
    $3.50
  6. Baeckea virgata Compacta

    Baeckea virgata Compacta

    Compact flowering shrub to 75cm, ideal for coastal planting and native gardens. New bronze leaves, masses of white flowers attract birds. Excellent for low hedges or ground cover.

    We are prohibited to sell this product to South Australia.

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    $3.95
  7. Baeckea 'Clarence River'

    Baeckea 'Clarence River'

    Native weeping shrub, lovely for informal hedging and wildlife gardens. White flowers in abundance in spring and summer. Easygoing as to soil and climate conditions, so will thrive in most locations.

    Images: John Tann via Flickr cropped to size.

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    $3.95
  8. Austromyrtus dulcis - midgem berry

    Austromyrtus dulcis - midgem berry

    Dual purpose hedging - Midgem berry is a neat-growing native bushtucker shrub with a compact habit, little white summer flowers followed by sweet edible fruit in late summer. Happiest in free-draining sandy soils, water in autumn for better berries.

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

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    $3.50
  9. Anigozanthos Royal Cheer - kangaroo paw

    Anigozanthos Royal Cheer - kangaroo paw

    Compact form of the classic native manglesii kangaroo paw with scarlet and emerald flowers ideal for cutting or attracting wildlife to the garden. Does well in pots, and in the borders in a sunny well drained spot.

    Image: David Stanley via Flickr cropped to size.

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    $5.25
  10. Anigozanthos Pink Beauty - kangaroo paw

    Anigozanthos Pink Beauty - kangaroo paw

    Neat little knee-high pink paw, benefits from a little extra care to ensure it looks its best. Ideal for container gardening, edging and native garden beds.

    image: Jessie Pearl via Flickr cropped to size.

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    $5.25
  11. Anigozanthos Green Machine - kangaroo paw

    Anigozanthos Green Machine - kangaroo paw

    Emeerald-green furry flowers and slender grey-green grassy foliage makes this a perfect kangaroo paw for native borders and wildlife gardens, and gardeners who lust for something different and special. Compact size is ideal for pots. Flowers winter-spring. Learn More
    $5.25
  12. Acronychia imperforata 'Fraser Island Apple'

    Acronychia imperforata - Fraser Island apple

    Unusual native evergreen tree with dark glossy leaves, cream summer blossom, and clusters of golden mini-berries. Really happy by the coast and a waterwise plant for dry gardens. Attracts the blue tiger butterfly

    Image: Poyt448 Peter Woodard (Own work) [CC0], via Wikimedia Commons cropped to size.

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    $7.55

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