Great this Month

  Carex Feather Falls

‘Feather Falls’ is a highly decorative Carex with outstanding garden and pot performance. The long clean and crisp foliage will reward you with a year round maintenance free plant. A highlight of this new variety is its beautiful plumes of feathery flower stems that emerge from the centre of the fresh new variegated foliage during the spring months.

 

• Fresh highly decorative foliage

• Plumes of feathery flowers in spring

• Low maintenance and easy to grow

• Coastal

• Heat Tolerant

• Looks great all year round

  Dianthus Memories

Bred specifically to support Alzheimer's research is the beautiful Dianthus 'Memories'. With a pure white bloom, 'Memories' comes from renowned Dianthus specialists Whetman Pinks in the UK. With all the characteristics we have come to expect from modern Dianthus, 'Memories' shares these and more. Long flowering blooms held on sturdy stems, dry tolerance, delightful fragrance and exceptional hardiness are the hallmark breeding traits of its cousins in the well known Whetman Pink Scent First Collection and 'Memories' certainly shares these outstanding features.

'Memories' was purpose bred to raise funds for Alzheimer's research with specific reference given to the strong link between scent and memory. 'Memories' is a fitting variety to represent such a worthy cause.

Of all the 5 senses, scent is proven to be the most powerful trigger of memory. The delightful fragrance of 'Memories' will no doubt transport many of us straight back to our grandmothers gardens and spark fond childhood reflections.

Dianthus 'Memories' is the perfect gift, performing equally well in garden beds, containers or long lasting cut flower displays. 50 cents from the sale of each plant will go directly to the Alzheimer's Australia Dementia Research Foundation. In the words of Ita Buttrose, NSW Ambassador for Alzheimer's - "I couldn’t think of a better way to honour a loved one than with a beautiful flower such as Dianthus Memories.”

  Dianthus Pinball Wizard

The Dianthus Scent First Collection are bred by the renowned Whetman Pinks in the UK, known for their delightful fragrance and striking flowers. D. 'Pinball Wizzard' flowers are streaked and speckled with multi-shades of pink for a unique and striking display. An elegant addition to gardens, repeat blooming over the spring months. Very hardy and easy to grow with good dry tolerance.

  DREAMERIA® Daydream
  • Masses of globe-shaped blooms with main flush during spring.
  • Variety of eye-catching vivid flower colours.
  • Tight mound of ornamental foliage.
  • Dry tolerant once established.
  • Frost tolerant.
  • Wind tolerant and suitable to coastal areas.
  DREAMERIA® Dream Weaver
  • Masses of globe-shaped blooms with main flush during spring.
  • Variety of eye-catching vivid flower colours.
  • Tight mound of ornamental foliage.
  • Dry tolerant once established.
  • Frost tolerant.
  • Wind tolerant and suitable to coastal areas.
  DREAMERIA® Dreamboat
  • Masses of globe-shaped blooms with main flush during spring.
  • Variety of eye-catching vivid flower colours.
  • Tight mound of ornamental foliage.
  • Dry tolerant once established.
  • Frost tolerant.
  • Wind tolerant and suitable to coastal areas.
  DREAMERIA® Dreamland
  • Masses of globe-shaped blooms with main flush during spring.
  • Variety of eye-catching vivid flower colours.
  • Tight mound of ornamental foliage.
  • Dry tolerant once established.
  • Frost tolerant.
  • Wind tolerant and suitable to coastal areas.
  DREAMERIA® Sweet Dreams
  • Masses of globe-shaped blooms with main flush during spring.
  • Variety of eye-catching vivid flower colours.
  • Tight mound of ornamental foliage.
  • Dry tolerant once established.
  • Frost tolerant.
  • Wind tolerant and suitable to coastal areas.
  Lavandula Ghostly Princess
  • Striking silver foliage complimented with aromatic, pink flower heads.
  • Neat, compact habit.
  • Low maintenance, dry tolerant and easy to grow.
  • Main flowering flush from late winter through to spring.
  Lavandula Plumberry Ruffles

The Lavender Ruffles Collection was purpose bred in Australia to suit Australian conditions. With their prolific flowering, stunning range of colours and large wing presentation, they quickly won favour with Australian gardeners and have been popular across the country for many years. Members of the Ruffles Collection also have the added benefit of a compact, mounded habit and improved disease resistance. The collection was ultimately named after the unique 'ruffled' edges of its flower 'wings'.

  • Plum inflorescences with lovely ruffled bracts
  • Flowers held neatly above the foliage
  • Beautiful grey-green foliage
  • Long flowering - repeat blooms from late winter through to autumn
  Lavandula Razzleberry Ruffles

This outstanding new addition to the ever popular Lavender Ruffles Collection, has deep pink coloured flower wings which sit just above the grey/green foliage. The
low maintenance, tight mounding habit and incredible flower performance make L. ‘Razzleberry Ruffles’ an excellent choice for containers on decks and entertaining areas. The superb garden performance of L.‘Razzleberry Ruffles’ is equally as impressive.

  • Compact, neat habit with large flower wings
  • Long flowering and highly ornamental
  • Distinctive ruffled flower heads
  • Dry tolerant once established and requires minimal maintenance
  • Main flowering from late winter through spring
  Lavandula The Princess Lavender
  • Early flowering, fragrant lavender
  • Bred in Australia and selected for its large, vibrant, dark pink flowers
  • Lengthy flowering season - main flowering flush begins in spring but also free flowering throughout the autumn and winter months.
  • Neat, compact habit with aromatic foliage
  • Flowers last well for floral arrangements
  • Hardy and easy to grow without any special needs
  Lychnis Passion

An easy to grow perennial offering a spectacular display of large, vivid magenta double flowers during the warmer months. The low clumping  foliage is ornamental making a terrific 'filler' for small spaces and can be used to particularly good effect as an edging plant for paths and paved surfaces. In a bed or border try planting a drift of 2-3 plants for real feature value. Also makes an eye-catching container specimen.