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Silver and Grey

Silver and grey leafed plants stand up to heat and bright sunshine. They also add sophistication and elegance to our gardens and outdoor spaces. Silver leaves make a versatile backdrop to a wide range of flower colours, and blend especially well with pink and purple flowering plants.

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  1. Begonia rex Looking Glass

    Begonia rex Looking Glass

    Large soft leaves with an amazing metallic silver sheen, and soft copper-rose reverse. These plants love shade, warmth and humidity and will flourish indoors, in pots, or under shading plants in a tropical garden. Learn More
    $6.80
  2. 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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    $3.50

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  3. 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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  4. Ctenanthe burle marxii

    Ctenanthe burle marxii

    Striking foliage plant for indoors or tropical gardens. Compact-growing, ideal for underplanting. Herringbone patterned leaves are silver-green above, purple below. Likes humidity so give it a mist occasionally if growing indoors, to maintain humidity. Here's a useful article by gardener Arno King on ctenanthes Learn More
    $5.05
  5. Ctenanthe Grey Star

    Ctenanthe Grey Star

    Pewter and purple large striking leaves make this a highly attractive houseplant - or shade underplanting in tropical gardens. Loves humidity and regular water, preferably rainwater. Designer Arno King loves ctenanthes - read more here Learn More
    $5.05
  6. Echeveria Blue Bird - succulent

    Echeveria Blue Bird - succulent

    Tiffany-blue leaves in a perfect rosette, each gently shaded with a blush of pink in colder weather. Learn More
    $5.10
  7. Echeveria Metallica - succulent

    Echeveria Metallica - succulent

    Gorgeous purple-pink flush on the leaves as the plant matures. We're more Iron Maiden fans but we'll make an exception for this beauty. Learn More
    $5.10
  8. Echeveria Perle von Nurnberg - succulent

    Echeveria Perle von Nurnberg - succulent

    Rich purple-pink leaf colour in bright light, pinker in the centre shading to bluer-purple on outer leaves. Elegant rosette shape for planting indoors or out. Learn More
    $5.10
  9. Echeveria Silver Queen - succulent

    Echeveria Silver Queen - succulent

    Beautiful purple-grey colouring on this neat succulent.

    image: salchuiwt via Flickr cropped to size.

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    $5.10
  10. Echeveria Topsy Turvy - succulent

    Echeveria Topsy Turvy - succulent

    Funky little succulent with beautiful silver blue leaves, each with a groovy twist and flare. Keep it warm and on the dry side and it might reward you with coral-peach flowerspikes when it's full grown.

    Aerial image: Dennis Hill via Flickr  Side image: Forest & Kim Starr via Flickrcropped to size.

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    $5.10
  11. Festuca glauca - blue fescue

    Festuca glauca - blue fescue

    Outstanding small ornamental grass featuring steel-blue foliage all year round. Fine slender leaves, neat shape. Will develop to a compact rounded clump in as little as 12 months. Learn More
    $3.20
  12. Gazania Talent Mix

    Gazania Talent Mix

    Colourful mix of bright flowers grow above slender 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
    $3.15
  13. Graptoveria Opalina - succulent

    Graptoveria Opalina - succulent

    Chubby little mother-of-pearl leaves form neat rosettes. Ideal for frostfree waterwise gardens, rockeries, and indoors. Pink flush is brighter when grown in full sun. Learn More
    $5.10
  14. Helichrysum italicum-curry plant

    Helichrysum italicum - curry plant

    Attractive foliage plant featuring fine silver-grey leaves, yellow flowers and an aroma similar to curry when crushed.

    Image: DncnH Flickr cropped to size.

     

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    $3.35
  15. 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
    $3.50

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  16. Pachyphytum yvonii - moonstone succulent

    Pachyphytum yvonii - moonstone succulent

    Chubby silver-grey leaves flushed with lilac, arranged in an irregular rosette. Will grow out sideways to form a community. This one needs it hot and sunny and doesn't mind poor soil - ideal for waterwise gardens in frost-free zones. Learn More
    $5.10
  17. Pachyveria Scheideckeri - moonstone succulent

    Pachyveria Scheideckeri - moonstone succulent

    Fat rounded leaves, silver-grey, arranged in an irregular rosette. Will grow out sideways to form a community. This one needs it hot and sunny and doesn't mind poor soil - ideal for waterwise gardens in frost-free zones. Learn More
    $5.10
  18. Westringia 'Jervis Gem'

    Westringia 'Jervis Gem'

    A compact form of the popular Wynyabbie Gem, with soft velvety silver-grey foliage, and lilac-blue flowers for most of the year. This native rosemary is great in coastal, roof-garden, and exposed sites as it puts up with salt and wind.

    "A dozen Callistemon 'Little John' and 6 Westringia fruticoa 'Jervis Gem' just arrived in top condition. Beautiful little plants bursting with good health and new growth. Couldn't be happier!" Anne - January 2017. Newcastle, NSW. Learn More
    $3.50
  19. Westringia 'Peppermint Cream'

    Westringia 'Peppermint Cream'

    All the hardy, salt-tolerant, easy-maintenance benefits of coastal rosemary with fresh bright variegated foliage! Each tiny leaf on this neat compact shrub is edged in creamy-white, which will brighten up drab areas of the garden and make a charming container plant. Bees love the white flowers. Only reaches 1m unclipped, ideal for roof gardens and low hedges. Learn More
    $4.60
  20. Westringia 'Wynyabbie Gem'

    Westringia 'Wynyabbie Gem'

    Great for coastal, seaside, and exposed roof garden locations, as it can withstand salt and wind. Soft velvety silver-grey leaves cover this super-hardy shrub. Small blue-lilac flowers pretty much year round in warm locations. Improves with clipping - if you'd like a more compact version, try 'Jervis Gem'. Learn More
    $3.50
  21. Westringia Aussie Box®

    Westringia Aussie Box®

    Grows naturally to a 70cm round tidy ball shape of dense foliage, covered in lilac flowers in spring and summer. No pruning is needed, but can be clipped to 40cm. Low maintenance, ideal for containers, borders, mass planting, ground cover. Learn More
    $4.90
  22. Westringia Blue Gem™

    Westringia Blue Gem™

    Robust native low hedging plant suited to the toughest conditionsClusters of little lilac bird attracting flowers spring-summer. Learn More
    $4.90
  23. Westringia fruticosa

    Westringia fruticosa

    Our native species rosemary has dense, fine leaves and small white flowers loved by birds and other wildlife. Its relaxed open form and soft colouring suit bush and cottage style gardens beautifully; or you can clip it to a more formal shape. Grows to around 2m unclipped, for a wildlife-friendly hedge. Our most popular Westringia. Learn More
    $3.50
  24. Westringia GREY BOX™

    Westringia GREY BOX™

    Plant of the Year 2015. Very compact ball to 50cm around, this native rosemary needs no clipping. Versatile - use in containers, as edging, mass planting or groundcover. Grey foliage all year, white flowers from spring to autumn.

    "A dozen Westringia Grey Box just arrived..perfectly packed and very healthy..can't wait to plant them out tomorrow!."
    Sally- September 2018 via Facebook Learn More
    $4.90

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  25. Westringia Mundi™

    Westringia Mundi™

    Will clip to only 15cm! Mundi is a dwarf form about knee-high but spreading widthways. Ideal coastal rosemary for an evergreen boundary that still maintains your view. Learn More
    $4.90

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