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    $ 2.50

    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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    $ 2.40

    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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    $ 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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    $ 52.50

    Common Name - Dwarf English Lavender - Munstead is a dwarf growing lavender with dark mauve flowers. A great compact growth habit makes it fantastic for pathway edging where a compact plant is needed.

          
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    $ 2.20

    Common Name - Ploughmans purple - Ploughmans purple produces masses of purple flowers from spring through to late summer. The ploughmans purple can be used as a singularly, plant or as a border. Ideal for adding a brilliant colour to a dull driveway or fence line.

          
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    $ 2.20

    Common Name - Avonview lavender - A larger growing variety of lavender, Avonview has grey - green foliage. Ideal for a taller lavender hedge with a longer flowering season. Avonview produces masses of colour on the prominent flower heads.

          
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    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 - French lavender - With soft silver foliage and scented purple flowers, French lavender will add a splash of colour to your garden for an extended period, flowering for much of the year, including the cooler months. A variety which has stood the test of time in Australian gardens. French is ideal for a larger lavender border.

          
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    $ 52.50

    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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    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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    Lavendula_angust_4e7975f778d53.jpg
    $ 2.20

    Common Name - Dwarf English Lavender - Munstead is a dwarf growing lavender with dark mauve flowers. A great compact growth habit makes it fantastic for pathway edging where a compact plant is needed.

          
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    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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    $ 2.20

    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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    Ligustrum_undula_4e79bcc1323a6.jpg
    $ 2.30

    Common Name - Box leaved privot - Ligustrum is a non invasive evergreen shrub with attractive small glossy leaves. A great hedging subject, ligustrum is a fast growing hedging solution that will give a fantastic medium hedge.

          
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    Ligustrum_Undula_4eb620c60df7a.jpg
    $ 55.00

    Common Name - Box leaved privot - Ligustrum is a non invasive evergreen shrub with attractive small glossy leaves. A great hedging subject, ligustrum is a fast growing hedging solution that will give a fantastic medium hedge.

          
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    Lonicera_nitida_4e7ad96b1a3ac.jpg
    $ 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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    $ 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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    $ 2.40

    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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