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    $ 1.90

    Common Name - Fine Leaf Crowea - Very similar to Crowea saligna, this hardy native shrub is a beautiful addition to any garden. It can be planted as an individual specimen or as attractive compact low hedge. It has bright pink flowers and soft new foliage this would make it a great variety to have as a stepped hedge with other contrasting varieties.

           
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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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    $ 2.40

    Common Name - Callistemon Kings Park Special - Callistemon Kings Park Special one of the most popular of the bottle brush family. It’s rich red flowers have long been a favourite in Australian gardens for the bird attracting qualities and drought tolerance. Great as a specimen plant or a native hedge. Not Available for Tasmania and Western Australia.

            
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    $ 2.20
    Common Use Hedge - Border - Ideal Use Height Range (metres) 0.4-1.5 Ideal Use Width (metres) 0.3-1 Growth Rate Once Established - per year 0.75 mtr Native To Mediterranean
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    Acmena_smithii___4eb6073b957e8.jpg
    $ 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 - Pink Pixie - This compact form of escallonia displays a mass of bright pink flowers through spring and summer, on top of vibrant glossy green foliage. Ideal as a low to medium hedge, or to brighten a dull spot! Escallinia is very hardy, tolerating a wide variety of conditions.

          
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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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    $ 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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    $ 2.20

    Common Name - Abelia grandiflora nana - Abelia grandiflora nana Perfect for a quick growing hedge that doesn't get out of control, this variety can handle periods of dryness once established & strong frosts. Glossy dark green leaves with lighter green new shoots .Has strong covering of white /pale pink flowers many months of the year. Can be used as a short 300 mm hedge to 1.2mtr

           
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    $ 57.50

    Common Name - Photinia robusta - This Evergreen shrub will grow brilliant crimson shoots year round, as the name suggest, a very robust variety. Photinia is ideal for providing a fast growing, coloured, structural hedge or screen.

          
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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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    $ 2.20

    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 - Coastal Rosemary - This lower and tighter growing form of Westringia makes tough low hedge breaking away from the traditional green formal hedges it's lighter color creates eye acting contrast when planted in front of a green or silver hedge like buxus Faulkner or Westringia wynabbie gem.

           
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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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    $ 2.00

    Common Name - Rock Correa - A poplar native which responds well to trimming, it makes an attractive hedging variety due to its up right nature. Correa glabra green will attract native birds to the green bell shaped flowers.

            
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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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    $ 2.20

    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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    $ 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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