There is nothing better then arriving home on a winters day the fragrance of Daphne and stunning blooms of Camellia and Winter Rose!
Floribunda Pinktastic! is part of a new range of Camellias developed in Australia by Paradise Plants. Perfect for a colourful screen or hedge, fantastic as a feature plant in the ground or larger pots. Pinktastic! is early to flower (May) and has upright growth with lots of flowers & will naturally grow to approximately 3m tall. The large, fluorescent pink blooms are very eye-catching and will colour your landscape through late Autumn & Winter.
DAPHNE 'PERFUME PRINCESS'
Daphne ‘Perfume Princess’ is a delightful evergreen shrub, with larger, non yellowing foliage compared to other Daphne. Flowers can be four times larger than Daphne odora species and have a delicious perfume with sweet citrus undertones. Lilac buds fade to white and open all down the stem intensifying the fragrance.
Grows in sun or shade with low water requirements. Once established requires only occasional deep watering during periods of extended heat. Plant in a well-drained position which is critical for success with any Daphne. For optimum results, lightly trim and feed with Harrys Daphne Food to maintain shape and vigor. Tolerant of both acid and alkaline soil types
H 1.2 x 1.2m W
HELLEBORUS 'ANNA'S RED'
This beautiful variety is sure to win you over with its stunning deep red flower colour. For those seeking a classic, elegant look 'Anna's Red' is the answer. Boasting deep magenta blooms which adorn the plant in winter and early spring, this is one variety that is truly in demand. The rich colour creates a very regal look. 'Anna's Red' is a vigorous grower with a tidy habit. Plant alongside our other varieties for maximum impact. Hellebores provide stunning results when mass planted in shady areas of the garden. 50 x 50cm
Vibrant Pinks and Fragrance
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A low maintenance, attractive trailing plant with stems carrying large, shiny, lobed leaves.
Ideal for hanging baskets or staked and trained on a trellis in a warm spot indoors or a sheltered spot outdoors.
Apply liquid fertiliser monthly and keep soil moist but not wet.
Dwarf, evergreen shrub with attractively coloured leaves in shades of light green, red-purple, crimson, orange or scarlet. Leaf colour intensifies during the cooler months.
Provides spectacular winter colour. Perfect for adding an oriental touch to the garden especially when planted in groups. Ideal for patio pots, borders and low informal hedges.
Grow in a sunny position in well drained, averagely moist soil. Best winter colour is obtained when planted in the full sun. Tolerant of moderate frosts. Very low maintenance requiring only an occasional clipping to keep it tidy. Water plants until established and mulch well.
Great flavour, easy to grow. Large leaves. Cauliflower Baby White has large green leaves and produces firm, small white sweet heads.
With cauliflowers, the secret to success is position. Choose a sunny position, protected from strong winds. When sowing seedlings, leave about 30cm between each plant.
Cauliflowers can be a bit fussy about their soil, so take a bit of time to prepare the
bed, about a few weeks prior to planting. Ensure a well-drained soil, chock full of well-rotted compost and organic matter as well a light application of chook poo based fertiliser pellets when preparing the bed.
To minimise the risk of pests and diseases taking hold, ensure they are
not planted into a bed that has had cabbages, broccoli, brussel sprouts or other members of the Brassiacea family within the last three years.
Depending on the variety of cauliflower you plant, leave at least 30cm between each seedling, but, to allow for them to grow to their full potential, the more space you can allocate the better.
Feed your cauliflower weekly with maxicrop seaweed fertiliser especially in the month leading up to harvest and also as heads appear, this will improve size and shape of the heads.
Depending on the cauliflower varieties planted, they can take anywhere from 12 weeks upwards before they are ready to harvest. Look for firm, tight, well-formed
heads that have not begun to flower. Cut off heads with a sharp knife as required. When cooking, dunking lightly cooked cauliflower into cold water will halt the cooking process and keep the florets bright and crisp!