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Drought Tolerant Plants

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Our range of drought tolerant and waterwise Australian garden plants that can cope with low rainfall, free draining soil, and forgetful watering schedules.... While the plants are young and establishing, for at least the first three months after planting, do water regularly to help them form roots and new shoots.

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  1. 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
  2. Agapanthus Queen Anne

    Agapanthus Queen Anne

    Knee-high agapanthus, taller than Peter Pan, smaller than Blue, with purple-blue blooms. Ideal for mixed borders, pots, edging, planting in drifts. Cold-hardy and sun-loving - try it in a tough spot and especially at the coast

    image for illustration: Tony Hall via Flickr cropped to size.

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    $3.75
  3. Agave geminiflora - succulent

    Agave geminiflora - succulent

    Very architectural feature plant for containers, desert gardens, waterwise planting. Loves full sun, will grow in full shade; cold tolerant to around -5C. Flowers after around ten years with a huge 4m spike of yellow blooms, usually dying afterwards. What a way to go out.

    outdoor image: Rictor and David via  Flickr cropped to size.

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    $6.20
  4. Aloe haworthioides - succulent

    Aloe haworthioides - succulent

    A gnarly addition to your growing succulent collection - it looks fearsome but it's really a pussycat! Aloe haworthioides has a cluster of slender pointed leaves, all covered in white teeth-hairs. Easy as, to look after, and if it's really happy it will shoot out tiger-tails of long flower spikes.

    Plant image: Leonora King via Flickr

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    $5.10
  5. Aloe Hedgehog - succulent

    Aloe Hedgehog - succulent

    Compact little garden aloe with lovely toothy leaves and coral flowers when full grown. Ideal for pots or waterwise landscaping. Flowering image as a guide only. Learn More
    $5.10
  6. 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
    $5.25
  7. Anigozanthos Tango - kangaroo paw

    Anigozanthos Tango - kangaroo paw

    Very popular sunset-shaded native, neat to around 1m. Such an iconic Aussie plant, it even featured on an AusPost stamp

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    $5.25

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  8. Anigozanthos 'Yellow Gem'

    Anigozanthos Yellow Gem - kangaroo paw

    Vibrant yellow tall native paw, drought-tolerant and preferring full sun. Long stems good for cut flowers. Grows in a neat clump with evergreen, strap-like leaves and branching stems which carry the furry claw-shaped flowers.

    Image by Peripitus [GFDL or CC-BY-SA-3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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    $5.25
  9. 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
  10. Banksia ericifolia - heath banksia

    Banksia ericifolia - heath banksia

    Native 5m winter-flowering native tree and excellent screen plant. Heathery foliage is frost and salt-spray tolerant. Classic bush flowers and lovely seedheads too for you and the birds. Needs an acid soil for best results. Learn More
    $3.50
  11. Banksia spinulosa - hairpin banksia

    Banksia spinulosa - hairpin banksia

    Large shrub or small tree with rich golden flowers, loved by native wildlife. Prefers sandy or clay soils, happy in tropical or temperate climates. The parent plant of Birthday Candles. Learn More
    $3.50

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  12. Bauhinia corymbosa - orchid vine

    Bauhinia corymbosa - orchid vine

    Sun loving groundcover/ climber/ hedge. Looks delicate, grows tough. Hardy enough for planting on median strips and city spaces; pretty enough for any cottage garden.

    Image: Eran Finkle via Flickr, cropped to size.

     

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    $3.35

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  13. Beaucarnea - ponytail palm

    Beaucarnea - ponytail palm

    Cracking zero-care houseplant for even the most hapless gardeners, and when allowed to grow full-size in sub-tropical gardens, a most impressive feature tree. Learn More
    $5.10
  14. Brachychiton bidwillii - kurrajong

    Brachychiton bidwillii - kurrajong

    Drought tolerant, frost tolerant, pretty pink 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.

    Image: Tatters on Flickr.com Learn More
    $3.35
  15. Burdekin plum - Pleiogynium

    Burdekin plum - Pleiogynium

    Harvest juicy bush tucker from the garden to create delicious culinary accompaniments such as jam, chutney and even wine! Grows to 12 metres in a full sun location.

    Fruit image: Tatters Flickr
    Leaves: Tatters Flickr

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    $5.65
  16. Carpobrotus - pigface, ice plant

    Carpobrotus - pigface, ice plant

    Bright native groundcover flowering succulent familiar to anyone in coastal Queensland. Excellent for rockeries, dry poor soils, waterwise gardens, stabilising soils. Spreads while keeping low, great colourful groundcover for xeriscaping. Fruits and leaves are edible - "carpobrotus" means edible fruit. Learn More
    $4.80
  17. Chamelaucium MY SWEET 16™ - waxflower

    Chamelaucium MY SWEET 16™ - waxflower

    Delightful flowering native in white, pink and crimson-red shades as flowers mature. Perfect for gardeners who like to mix things up a little!

    We are unable to ship this product to South Australia for bio-security reasons.

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    $5.10
  18. Cordyline australis 'Black Knight'

    Cordyline australis 'Black Knight'

    Tall, dark, handsome! Deep purple strappy leaves make for a dramatic accent plant. It's tough and hardy despite its good looks. Striking against silver leafed foliage or as an eyecatching mass planting. To 2m. Learn More
    $5.65

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  19. Cordyline australis 'Kasper'

    Cordyline australis 'Kaspar'

    Three Kings Island Cabbage Palm is a fresh green small specimen tree or container plant for multiple locations and situations. Plant where you can enjoy its modern architectural silhouette, or grow it through shrubby underplanting where the sword-shaped leaves will strike through dramatically. Learn More
    $5.65

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  20. Crassula - string of buttons succulent

    Crassula - string of buttons succulent

    Distinctive chubby succulent, fat green geometric tails of leaves form as the plant grows. Learn More
    $4.95
  21. Crassula - watchchain, rat tail succulent

    Crassula - watchchain, rat tail succulent

    Shade-loving succulent with clusters of slender leafstems marked like a zip. Easycare indoors and out in freedraining soil. Learn More
    $4.95
  22. Crassula dubia - succulent

    Crassula dubia - succulent

    Fat-leaved grey succulent that looks like little stacked spoons. Clumps up into a lovely plant for indoors or outside in a xeriscape garden. Learn More
    $5.40

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  23. Crassula Little Jade Tree - succulent

    Crassula Little Jade Tree - succulent

    Cute little succulent with finger-like stems like Shrek's ears. Fun and easy plant for indoors and outside in a free-draining soil. Learn More
    $5.40
  24. Adenium-Desert-Rose-flower

    Desert rose 'Bicolour' - Adenium

    Unusual hardy desert plant with white flowers edged in pink. Fantastic bonsai specimen. Forgiving if you forget to water your indoor plants! Learn More
    $4.90
  25. Desert rose 'India Deep Red' - Adenium

    Desert rose 'India Deep Red' - Adenium

    Looking for a tough pot plant that flowers beautifully without the fuss of regular watering? Take a look at our scarlet flowering adenium, they're happiest in a sunny location with little water.

    Image: Pinus (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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    $4.90

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