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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!

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  1. Grevillea Little Robyn

    Grevillea Little Robyn

    Compact native shrub, large ruby flowers Autumn-Winter-Spring will attract nectar-loving birds. Easy-going as to soil and climate, would make a good low hedge. Learn More
    $5.50
  2. Grevillea Moonlight

    Grevillea Moonlight

    Small to medium height, and a nice shape, 'Moonlight' makes a beautiful addition to any garden. Birds love the creamy white flowers, abundant during spring and summer. Prune it to shape after flowering to encourage a dense growth. Our most popular Grevillea. Learn More
    $4.55
  3. Grevillea Pink Surprise

    Grevillea Pink Surprise

    Gorgeous peachy pink brushes above tall fast-growing glossy green foliage. Taller and more open than the similar Misty Pink, with larger flowers. Delightful used in native gardens and to attract wildlife. Can be hard pruned or even coppiced if required. Learn More
    $5.50
  4. Grevillea poorinda Splendour

    Grevillea poorinda 'Splendour'

    Create a paradise for birds with this beautiful burgundy-red flowering compact native. Unusual oval foliage for a grevillea, fast growing and evergreen. Learn More
    $3.95
  5. Grevillea Poorinda Peter

    Grevillea Poorinda Peter

    Stunning dark green foliage, bronze when new, and reddish purple flowers from summer through to winter - great for attracting native birds. An old cultivar that's usually to track down. Dense spreading hedge or shrub, fast growing. Ideal for exposed sites. Parent of Grevillea Bronze Rambler Learn More
    $4.55

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  6. Grevillea Red Ripper

    Grevillea Red Ripper

    Big cherry red blooms on this Queensland-bred native shrub will attract wildlife to your garden in summer. Medium size for suburban gardens, responds well to clipping to keep it small. Learn More
    $5.50

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  7. Grevillea robusta - silky oak

    Grevillea robusta - silky oak

    Tall fast-growing ornamental native tree, impressive and unmistakable in full flower. Elegant slender conical silhouette with sweeping upturned branches. Deep golden flowers spring-summer, large ferny leaves all year round. Attracts wildlife. Drought tolerant and frost hardy once full grown. Timber useful for fine woodworking; flowers for honey production.

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    $4.55
  8. Grevillea Royal Rambler Flower

    Grevillea Royal Rambler™

    Spreading, low-growing ground cover with coppery new growth and vibrant deep-pink flowers through the year. Fast to establish; ideal left to ramble over steep embankments or wilder parts of the garden. Will flower longer in sunnier spots, but happy in shade or part-shade. Like all native grevilleas, this is loved by nectar-feeding birds. Learn More
    $4.95
  9. Grevillea Sandra Gordon

    Grevillea Sandra Gordon

    Tough hardy old favourite native shrub or tree with bird-attracting bright yellow blossoms and fine ferny foliage. Try it anywhere, it's adaptable to most garden situations, climates, and soils once established, even those with poor soil or air quality. Image for illustration only. Learn More
    $6.05

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  10. Grevillea Strawberry Blonde

    Grevillea Strawberry Blonde

    Dense bushy shrub to 3m, with deeply lobed fine soft foliage and burgundy-caramel-cream flowers in winter and spring. Unusual hedge or feature plant, great for attracting wild birds to your garden. Learn More
    $5.50

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  11. Grevillea Strawberry Sundae

    Grevillea Strawberry Sundae

    Compact native shrub to 1-2m, foliage is vibrant green and fern-like. Features brilliant red and cream flowers in winter and spring. Perfect hedge or feature plant, great for attracting wild birds to your garden.

     

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    $5.50
  12. Grevillea Tanunda

    Grevillea Tanunda

    Low-growing neat hardy native grey-leaved groundcover for rockeries and borders, especially in low-humidity gardens. Plant in well drained soil in full sun to enjoy bursts of raspberry flowers from autumn to spring.

    Image: Quinn Dombrowski via Flickr cropped to size.

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    $5.50

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  13. Grevillea Yamba Sunshine

    Grevillea Yamba Sunshine

    Large native shrub, free-flowering in soft yellow, and loved by birds. Ideal companion to Honey Gem and Moonlight. Underplant with Gold Rush for two-tier yellow grevilleas. Learn More
    $5.50

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  14. Gymea Lily Flower

    Gymea spear - Doryanthes palmeri

    Want to create a bold tropical feature in almost any climate?
    Gymea lily is a grandiose flowering native with upright growing leaves to 4 metres. Plants produce impressive cardinal red flowers that attract nectar feeding birds and make excellent cut flowers if you have a vase big enough! Usually available February-May.

    Flower image: By Jean-Pol GRANDMONT (Own work) [CC BY 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons Foliage image: By Chhe (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

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    $4.45

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  15. Indigofera australis 'Austral Indigo'

    Indigofera australis 'Austral Indigo'

    Outstanding native for feature planting, Austral Indigo puts on a showy display late winter-spring. Frost hardy, perfect for those looking to add native flowering plants to cool climate gardens.

    Flower image: John Tann Flickr, cropped to size.
    Foliage image: Corymb34 Flickr, cropped to size.

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    $2.95
  16. Lavender - English

    Lavender - English

    Fragrant cottage garden shrub with small purple flowers loved by bees and butterflies. Plant amongst your fruit trees to help pollination. Hardier variety than the French and Italian kinds, ideal for colder regions. Usually available June-January

    Image: Amanda Slater on Flickr.com Learn More
    $3.05

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  17. Lavender - French

    Lavender - French

    Fragrant flowering shrub perfect for cottage gardens and sunny locations where the scent can be enjoyed. Attracts bees and butterflies. Ideal for hedging, borders and container planting.Usually available June-January Learn More
    $3.05

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  18. Lavender - Italian

    Lavender - Italian

    Create a calming retreat in a sunny spot of the garden with these beautifully fragrant shrubs! Add your favourite chair, a cup of chamomile tea and immerse yourself in the calming scent. Ideal in containers and cottage gardens. Usually available June-January Learn More
    $3.05
  19. Leptospermum 'Burgundy Queen'

    Leptospermum 'Burgundy Queen'

    Drought and frost hardy, burgundy foliage and brilliant double magenta flowers winter and spring.
    Ticks all the boxes and grows to a tidy height of 3m, perfect for native gardens. For a small gardens, try rubrum nana.

    We can't ship this product to South Australia.

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    $3.35
  20. Leptospermum 'Lemon Frost'

    Leptospermum 'Lemon Frost'

    Queensland-born, this fine-leafed tea tree has a fresh lemon scent and abundant starry white flowers in summer. Dense neat upright foliage is ideal for clipping into hedges and windbreaks, especially in seaside coastal gardens. More flowers than the unnamed species forms. Use the dried leaves in pot pourri, and fresh branches in arrangements for the house.

    We are Prohibited to sell this product to South Australia.

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    $3.35
  21. 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. 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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    $3.35
  22. 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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    $3.35
  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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    $3.95
  24. 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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    $3.35
  25. 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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    $3.35

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