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    $ 52.50

    Common Name - Dwarf Honeysuckle - A small, evergreen, densely foliaged shrub, grown for its small, dark green glossy foliage. Ideal for clipped hedges and topiary, and is faster growing than conventional box hedge. Fantastic as a quick solution around rose gardens, pathways etc.

         
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    $ 2.20

    Common Name - Hidcote lavender - Hidcote is a compact dwarf growing lavender, with brilliant blue spikes through spring and summer. It makes for a great dwarf lavender border in front of many higher growing hedge varieties, such as Choisya, Marraya and Buxus.

          
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    $ 2.20

    Common Name - Silver Sheen - Pittosporum tennuifolium Silver Sheen is a fast growing variety, with its silvery green foliage Silver sheen makes an attractive Medium to large hedge. An ideal variety quick to provide privacy or a wind break.

          
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    $ 2.50

    Common Name - Photinia red robbin - Photinia red robbin offers longer lasting colour, holding the crimson shade longer that the other two photinia varieties. Red Robbin is ideal for a medium to large coloured hedge - screen.

          
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    $ 61.25

    Common Name - Lilly Pilly - Ideal as a fast growing medium to tall hedge - screening plant. Acmena smithii produces crimson new shoots providing an element of colour throughout the year. Not available for Tas and WA.

            
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    $ 2.20

    Common Name - Pittosporum Green Pillar - Pittosporum tennuifolium Green Pillar is ever popular as a screen or hedge, green pillar offers an over all green colour compared to other pittosporums. Green Pillar is fast to establish a dense hedge - Screen.

          
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    $ 2.20

    Common Name - English Lavender, Spika lavender - The most common of the lavenders used for oil, dried and fresh flowers. This old favourite makes for a soft cottage style borderline plant with beautiful lilac flowers, giving a fragrant and colourful feature to your garden.

          
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    $ 2.30

    Common Name - Lilly Pilly - Ideal as a fast growing medium to tall hedge - screening plant. Acmena smithii produces crimson new shoots providing an element of colour throughout the year. Not available for Tas. and WA.

            
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    $ 2.30

    Common Name - English Box variegata - A twist on the classic favourite, this variegated shrub with glossy green and cream foliage is a must to brighten up the garden. Grown largely for trimming into formal shapes or as hedges. English box stood the test of time, to be considered one of the best formal hedge varieties.

        
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    $ 2.20

    Common Name - Myrtus Luma - This upright bushy shrub is ideal for a quickly established medium to tall hedge. Luma has dense small aromatic leaves, and is speckled with white starry flowers throughout summer and autumn. Not available for Tasmania and Western Australia.

          



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    $ 52.50

    Common Name - Myrtus Luma - This upright bushy shrub is ideal for a quickly established medium to tall hedge. Luma has dense small aromatic leaves, and is speckled with white starry flowers throughout summer and autumn. Not Available for Tasmania and Western Australia.

          
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    $ 2.20

    Common Name - Escallonia Red Knight - This flowering hedge is a tough as boots variety, producing clusters of red flowers in early spring, and through to mid summer. This variety can withstand a variety of conditions, from dry, to coastal regions.

          
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    $ 2.20

    Common Name - Rosemary officinalis - Commonly used for cooking, this versatile plant makes an attractive borderline with its aromatic narrow leaves provides a contrast to its pale blue flowers.

           
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    $ 2.20

    Common Name - Rosemary Tuscan Blue - Tuscan Blue is a fast growing rosemary. Its tall upright habit makes it a great choice for hedging. It has darker blue flowers and glossy green foliage. Great for adding a mediterranian feel to any garden.

          
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    $ 56.50

    Common Name - Dwarf Lilly Pilly - Tried and true, one of the most popular lilly pillies available, smithii minor has proven to be a consistant performer. Its small leaves and crimson new shoots make it an ideal choice where a thick formal hedge is required. Not available for Tasmania and Western Australia.

           
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    $ 2.20

    Common Name - Cushion Bush - This hardy shrub will tolerate a wide variety of harsh conditions including coastal regions. Cushion bush has white-silver foliage, ideal as a contrast plant or a medium sized border.

           
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    $ 2.00

    Common Name - Dwarf Pink Lavender - A dwarf growing lavender with pastal pink flower spikes. Well suited to growing as a hedge or a specimen plant. A fantastic addition to the cottage garden with a gentle colour.

          
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    $ 2.60

    Common Name - Orange jasmine, Mock Orange - Rich green aromatic foliage and highly perfumed white flowers have made murraya an ongoing favourite. It is most commonly used for medium to large hedges. Requiring little maintenance it provides a full thick and lush looking hedge.

          
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