native shrub

Anigozanthos – Bush Dance PBR

Common Name: Kangaroo Paw Sun Requirements: Flourishes in full sun. Adequate sunlight is essential for robust growth and profuse flowering. Planting: Best planted in spring or early autumn. Requires well-drained, sandy or loamy soil. Soil pH should be slightly acidic to neutral. Avoid heavy clay soils to prevent waterlogging and root rot. Watering: Requires regular

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Woolly Bush Adenanthos cunninghamii ‘Lighthouse’

Common Name: Lighthouse Woolly Bush Adenanthos cunninghamii is an alluring and distinctively Australian shrub. Renowned for its unique appearance and hardy nature, this evergreen plant belongs to the Proteaceae family. Thriving in well-drained soil and full sun to partial shade, ‘Lighthouse’ showcases its fine, needle-like leaves that give it a soft and feathery texture. The foliage is

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Acacia Cultriformis – Knife Wattle

Common Name: Wattle Sun Requirements: Full sun (6-8 hours daily). Planting: Best in spring or autumn. Prefers well-drained soil; amend heavy soils. Watering: Regularly until established, then drought-tolerant. Water sparingly once mature. Maintenance: Prune dead or damaged branches in late winter. Fertilize in early spring. Growth Profile: Height: 2-4 meters. Spread: 2-3 meters. Acacia Cultriformis

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