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  1. Baumea preissii - broad twig rush

    Baumea preissii - broad twig rush

    Tall native broadleaf bog grass, thrives in and around water, marshland and flooded soils, where it will colonise and revegetate. Wider leaves than rubiginosa and with longer hanging flowerheads. Learn More

    Regular Price: $4.40

    Special Price: $3.40

  2. Clematis montana rubens

    Clematis montana rubens

    Frost-hardy spring-flowering fast-growing easy-going climber - if you've got the space, it's got the blooms! Annual pruning will keep this one in check for smaller gardens. Learn More
  3. Eremophila Winter Gold - emu bush

    Eremophila Winter Gold - emu bush

    Tough adaptable native, loves the dry air and sun of inland gardens, happy in clay or sandy soils; Flowers mainly in winter-spring but occasionally through the year. Frost and drought tolerant once established.

    Image:Tatters via Flickr.

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  4. Excoecaria - Chinese croton

    Excoecaria - Chinese croton

    Very handsome tropical evergreen shrub with vibrant under-leaf colour. Makes a lovely headge or shrub in a mixed border. Sap is toxic so wash your hands after pruning. Learn More
  5. Salvia microphylla - baby sage

    Salvia microphylla - baby sage

    Cold-hardy flowering sage to fill your mixed borders - and attract heaps of beneficial pollinators to your vegetable garden. Flowers are usually clear red but colour may vary slightly. Rub the leaves to release blackcurrant scent.

    Salvia Special starts 15 November - choose any mix of 8 and get $6 off. Discount applied at checkout. LOG IN to get your discount! Learn More

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