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Flowering Now

If you're trying to identify a plant you've seen flowering in a garden or park, start here. We share what's in flower this month in Australia (or at least here in subtropical Queensland, where we're often a couple of weeks ahead of cooler parts of the country).

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  1. Acalypha reptans Stephie

    Acalypha reptans Stephie

    Create a bright hardy outdoor carpet of flowers with this delightful groundcover. Fluffy tail-like crimson flowers. Grow in tough spots and rockeries, or cosset it in windowboxes and hanging baskets. Learn More
  2. anigozanthos-big-red

    Anigozanthos Big Red - kangaroo paw

    A bold presence in the garden, with big sprays of deep red flowers on long 1.5-2m stems. Great for cut flowers indoors. Loves a sunny spot, and will attract wildlife to your garden with its nectar-rich blooms. Learn More
  3. Anigozanthos Ranger - kangaroo paw

    Anigozanthos Ranger - kangaroo paw

    Compact to 60cm, a dwarf kangaroo paw perfect for borders and rockeries in dry areas of the garden. When flowering the deep red colours will enrich your native landscape. Good for cut flowers and use in floral arrangements. Learn More
  4. Brachychiton bidwillii - kurrajong

    Brachychiton bidwillii - kurrajong

    Drought tolerant, frost tolerant, pretty pink-red flowering native small tree or large shrub for all kinds of gardens and climates. Flowers on bare branches in spring-summer, and from the trunk when mature - a striking sight. Learn More
  5. Brunfelsia Compacta Variegated

    Brunfelsia Compacta Variegated

    Compact form to 1m, ideal in containers and cottage gardens. Variegated creamy foliage and fragrant flowers in a range of mauve and white shades as the sweetly-scented blooms mature. Learn More
  6. Buddleia Joan

    Buddleia Joan

    Soft colour harmonises in mixed borders, honey scent attracts beneficial pollinators (and smells great). 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
  7. Chrysocephalum - yellow buttons

    Chrysocephalum - yellow buttons

    Silvery-green native ground cover with bright yellow flowers, adaptable to all kinds of garden situations and climates. Plant in a sunny spot for compact growth and lots of flowers. Tolerates frost.

    Flower image: Melburnian GFDL, CC-BY-SA-3.0 or CC BY 2.5], via Wikimedia Commons Cropped to size.

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  8. Crepe myrtle - Lagerstroemia 'Acoma'

    Crepe myrtle - Lagerstroemia 'Acoma'

    Showy white blooms during summer, lovely bronze new growth, and beautiful smooth bark during winter. Enjoy watching this attractive shrub transform through the seasons. Makes an ideal small garden tree; and will often grow multistemmed so you can enjoy more of its lovely bark. Usually available November-July.

    If you're looking for a larger white-flowered crepe myrtle, we recommend Natchez. Learn More

  9. Crepe myrtle - Lagerstroemia 'Hopi'

    Crepe myrtle - Lagerstroemia 'Hopi'

    Clusters of showy pink flowers during summer, perfect as a specimen shrub, small tree, or planted as a perennial border in cottage gardens. Vigorous growing tree to around 3.5m, ideal for street planting or small gardens. Usually available November-July
    Image By: Fanghong (Own work) [GFDL, CC-BY-SA-3.0 or CC BY-SA 1.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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  10. Cuphea hyssopifolia Mauve

    Cuphea hyssopifolia Mauve

    Warm purple form of our popular hardy white cuphea. Tiny flowers throughout the year on this charming groundcover plant. Ideal for rockeries, ground cover, pots and baskets. Mix up with our other cupheas for a more interesting mass planting Learn More
  11. Cuphea hyssopifolia White

    Cuphea hyssopifolia White

    Charming low growing compact plant, great for rockeries, baskets, and groundcover. Loves the sun. Bright lime foliage covered in white flowers for most of the year. Also available with purple flowers, pink flowers, and in a gold-leaf form. Why not try all of them?
    Fourth image shows difference between hyssopifolia white (bottom) and Mexican white (top) Learn More
  12. Curcuma Anna Pauwlona - ornamental ginger

    Curcuma Anna Pauwlona - ornamental ginger

    Pale pink-white-green shaded tulip-like flowers December through to April. Curcuma are compact and flower best in well lit areas, protect from wind and frost.
    Excellent advice from Arno King on growing these beautiful plants in Australia. Learn More
  13. Curcuma Twister - ornamental ginger

    Curcuma Twister - ornamental ginger

    Find a spot for a pot on your lot! Cute pink-white-green shaded tulip-like flowers appear from midsummer to autumn. Curcuma are compact and flower best in well lit areas, protect from wind and frost.
    Excellent advice from Arno King on growing these beautiful plants in Australia. Learn More
  14. Dipladenia red

    Dipladenia red

    Gorgeous twining evergreen creeper with vivid cherry-pink trumpet shaped blooms. Well behaved to 2m - will climb up trellises or along a balcony. Bees and butterflies love the flowers. Will flower almost all year round in a warm spot. Learn More
  15. Gardenia 'Golden Magic'

    Gardenia 'Golden Magic'

    Unique hedging gardenia whose attractive blooms age to a rich golden cream. Glossy foliage, scented flowers summer through to winter. Tall to 2m, making an glamorous hedge or privacy screen. Learn More
  16. Gardenia augusta 'Magnifica'

    Gardenia augusta 'Magnifica'

    Large sweetly fragrant double white flowers, glossy dense rich green foliage to 1.5-2m. Ideal for hedging, and as a cut flower to enjoy the perfume indoors. One of our most popular Gardenias. Learn More
  17. Gazania Mauve

    Gazania Mauve

    Cheery purple daisy shaped flowers cover this easygoing groundcover when it's planted in a sunny location. Very unfussy as to soil. Usually available July-January.

    We are prohibited to sell this product to South Australia. Learn More

  18. Gazania Talent Mix

    Gazania Talent Mix

    Colourful mix of bright flowers grow above silvery foliage. Clear shades of burnt orange, gold, purple, ivory and occasional stripes. Ideal bordering plant for dry areas of the garden. Usually available July-October.

    Please Note: This product is a mix. We cannot tell from their leaves which colour flower each plant will have, so it's a lucky dip! Order more plants, and you get more chance of getting your favourite.
    We are unable to sell this product to South Australia. Learn More
  19. Grevillea 'Ned Kelly'

    Grevillea 'Ned Kelly'

    Iconic Australian figure, popular native shrub. Orange-red flowers most of the year, ferny evergreen foliage, and a manageable 1.5m size, help this plant to fit into most gardens. It is frost hardy and requires little water once established. Learn More
  20. 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
  21. Hebe Inspiration

    Hebe Inspiration

    Very popular neat little evergreen for feature planting or low-maintenance hedging, covered in purple flowers spring and summer. Lovely in pots, very happy at the coast. Learn More
  22. Hibbertia scandens - snake vine

    Hibbertia scandens - snake vine

    Bright sunshiny golden flowering vine, perfect for rockeries and groundcover planting, where they'll keep the weeds down. Can be clipped to a low hedge. Good for pots on the deck too, if you water regularly. Hibbertias love the sun and, like a lot of our native plants, need little care. Learn More

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  23. Hibiscus 'Psyche'

    Hibiscus 'Psyche'

    The perfect hibiscus flower shape, just like a million tropical posters and logos come to life. Clear ruby-red flowers with a frilly edge to each petal, summer through to winter, in a sheltered spot. Create your own paradise island! Learn More
  24. Hibiscus Lollipop

    Hibiscus Lollipop

    Will make a small tree in a warm location, smothered with blooms. Pops of large pink flowers above glossy foliage, ideal for tropical and subtropical gardens.

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  25. Hymenocallis - spider lily

    Hymenocallis - spider lily

    Create spectacular flowering borders. Ideal for under planting and mass planting. Broad strappy leaves. Learn More

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