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    $ 52.50

    Common Name - Buxus Faulkner - Buxus Faulkner has a tight compact growth and holds a deep green foliage in both frost and hot, dry conditions. The hardiest of the Buxus, Faulkner suits small to medium formal hedging.

        
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    $ 2.20

    Common Name - Rosemary Blue Lagoon - This variety of Rosemary has the beautiful aromatic foliage, with a deep mauve-bue flower displayed through winter and spring. Blue lagoon is ideal for a colorful accent or an aromatic hedge.

          
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    $ 2.40

    Common Name - Lophomyrtus Black Stallion - Breaking away from traditional greenery in your garden is the very hardy Black stallion. the new growth is shiny and green maturing to a deep purple almost black foliage. Great for a low to medium hedge contrasting with lighter coloured plants or paving. Not available for Tasmania and Western Australia.

          
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    $ 2.20

    Common Name - Golden Diosma - A dwarf, evergreen shrub known for its golden, aromatic, soft foliage. Golden diosma produces pink star shaped flowers through much of the year. Ideal for a contrasting borderline or year round colour.

          
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    $ 2.20

    Common Name - White Daisy - Known for its abundance of flowering this tough garden favourite puts on a striking display of flowers from late winter to early autumn. Best used to add colour to a dull area or as a row for drive way entrance.

          
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    $ 2.20

    Common Name - Westringia Wynabbie Gem - Westringia fruticosia Wynyabbie Gem is a hardy medium shrub with attractive mauve flowers for most of the year. Westringia is extremely hardy, withstanding frost, dry and wind, can be grown as a specimen or formal hedge.

           
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    $ 2.20

    Common Name - Correa dusky bells - This native low growing shrub forms a dense clump of foliage and delightful flowers. Correa dusky bells is ideal as a hardy ground cover or compact shrub. Salmon red bell shaped flowers occur through spring and summer.

            
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    $ 2.40

    Common Name - Grevillea rosmarinfolia - A long time garden favourite with masses of red flowers are great for bird attracting. Can tolerate long periods of dryness. This Aussie native can be grown as a feature shrub, fence screen or even as a hedg..

            
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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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    Common Name - Grevillea Mt Tamboritha - Grevillea lanigera Mt Tamboritha is a compact dwarf growing grevillea has proven to be a great Australian native plant. It’s compact nature makes it ideal for rockeries, native gardens or where a low growing shrub is required.

            
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    $ 2.20

    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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    $ 2.30

    Common Name - Rosemary officinalis prostrate - This tuff form of rosemary makes a great showpiece in the garden or works well cascading down a enbankment or retaining wall. Also goes well on the good old lamb roast. This tuff form of rosemary makes a great showpiece in the garden or works well cascading down a enbankment or retaining wall. Also goes well on the good old lamb roast.

           
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    $ 52.50

    Common Name - Dutch Box - Evergreen dwarf shrub with glossy green, oval foliage. The dense growth habit makes it well suited for trimming into a fromal edge. Ideal for low maintainece small formal hedging.

        
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    $ 2.40

    Common Name - Penstemon Catherine De La Mare - Ideal for seasonal colour, during spring and summer. Catherine de la mare produces spikes of tubular flowers, purple with a pinkish throat.

          
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    Westringia_Jervi_4e7ed6b9ef67e.jpg
    $ 2.20

    Common Name - Westringia jervis Gem - A dwarf form of the wynabbie gem, this hardy native withstands trying conditions. It can be planted as a speciem or as attractive compact low hedge. Its mauve flowers and soft new foliage make it a great variety to have as a steped hedge in front of a Avonview lavender or contrast against another medium green hedge.

           
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    $ 2.30

    Common Name - White Escallonia - This variety produces dark glossy green leaves and white flower clusters. It make for a great show as a hedge or singular planting around your garden. Escallonia will thrive in harsh conditions.

          
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    Common Name - Grosso lavender - This striking variety is commonly used in commercial lavender farms because of its profuse flowering and oil production. Perfect for an eyecatching lavender hedge, Grossos vibrant colour will be an attraction from spring through to late summer.

          
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    $ 55.00

    Common Name - Korean Box - A quicker growing buxus hedge. The glossy oval shaped leaves form a low dense rounded shrub. A fantastic contrast in lime green foliage appears after trimming. Ideal for a fast low formal hedge.

        
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