Shrubs

Westringia Fruticosa – Bulli Creeper

Command Name: Coastal Rosemary Westringia Fruticosa, or Bulli Creeper, is a small creeping plant that boasts beautiful white flowers and grey-green foliage. Its blooms are abundant in spring and continue to appear throughout the year, making it a perfect ground cover for coastal and general gardens.

Pittosporum Tenuifolium – Silver Sheen

Common Name: Silver Sheen Fast, dense foliaged hedge with beautiful variegated silvery green foliage. Ideal for a formal hedge and in narrow spots, it’s tough and can tolerate dry spots and a fair amount of shade. Grows approx 4m tall and 2m wide.

Pittosporum tenuifolium Silver Sheen

Fast, dense foliaged hedge with beautiful variegated silvery green foliage. Ideal for a formal hedge and in narrow spots, it’s tough and can tolerate dry spots and a fair amount of shade. Grows approx 4m tall and 2m wide.

Loropetalum Chinense Rubrum – Burgundy

Common Name: Chinese fringe flower Burgundy foliaged evergreen shrub with pink tassel flowers mainly in spring. Great in a shrubbery mass planted, in pots or as a hedge. Grows approx 1.5m high and 2m wide.

Gardenia augusta Radicans

Spreading, evergreen shrub with scented, double white flowers prominently displayed above dark green glossy foliage in the warmer months. An ideal container plant, position to enjoy the fragrance. Gardenias grow best in a warm, sunny or partly shaded site in well drained, humus-rich soil. Protect from frost and fertilise regularly.

Eremophila maculata – Winter Gold

Common Name: Spotted Emu Bush Eremophila maculata, or Spotted Emu Bush, is an Australian shrub with attractive foliage and vibrant golden-yellow flowers. It thrives in full sun to partial shade and well-draining soil and is drought-tolerant once established. Pruning and fertilizing can help maintain its compact shape and attract pollinators like bees and butterflies. Caution …

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