Euphorbia trigona This cactus is a hardy and relatively fast growing species that suits any outdoor or well lit indoor environments. Water over the warmer months but rarely during winter as they can survive for many months without water.
During the growing periods, fertilizing with 25% the recommended dosage yields the best results. The Euphorbia Trigona cactus makes an excellent addition to any office or house space.
Warm Glow of Natives.
Feed the native birds this Autumn and Winter with this smorgasbord of beautiful natives that will make your garden glow with warmth.
GREVILLEA 'LITTLE ROBYN'
Little Robyn is a small, spreading, evergreen shrub with attractive, fern-like foliage. For most of the year it bears a profusion of pinkish-red flowers. Makes an ideal screening plant or garden specimen and is a magnet to nectar eating birds. Suitable in well drained clay loams or sandy soils, neutral to acid pH. Feed with l native fertiliser and prune regularly.
1.5m H x 1m W
ANIGOZANTHOS 'BUSH ELEGANCE' Bush Elegance is a free-branching, prolific flowering plant that features masses of large, deep burgundy flowers on a naturally compact and bushy plant. Bush Elegance is a relatively tough kangaroo paw that is suitable as a feature plant either in a container or in a sunny, well drained position in the garden.
70cm H x 50cm W
BANKSIA 'CHERRY CANDLES'
This amazing plant is a dense, compact shrub with small leaves and an array of candle shaped flowers ranging from yellows to oranges. They bloom from late summer to winter. These Australian natives will also attract a myriad of bird species.
They do very well against rock walls or to plant as compact, short borders. Cherry candles grow to approximately 70-90cm tall and are ideally planted in sandy soils. They like full sun and can tolerate cold and hot temperatures year round. Feed with native fertilizer in early spring.
Autumn Australian Natives
filled with inspiration- Carolyn
A stunning and highly sought after member of the Syngonium family, the Three Kings has an almost minty green background with darker green markings over the top. It's one of the most stunning syngoniums.
Allow soil to dry out slightly between watering, water more in summer and less in winter. Fertilise more in warmer months to boost growth. A great gift or feature plant paired with this modern style Ada Tin Planter!
Position in a bright room away from direct sunlight. Water when soil feels dry, and water and fertilise more frequently in the warmer months.
The Ada Tin Planter also looks amazing with a burst of colour and flower like pictured here with some Cyclamen
Get in before they fall asleep for Winter!
Blueberry - Sunshine Blue A evergreen shrub that grows up to 1.5m bearing mid-sized fruit. Suitable for warmer climates. This semi-dwarf, versatile semi-deciduous blueberry features showy hot pink flowers that fade to white in spring, yielding large crops of delicious berries. This variety is self-fertile so another plant nearby is not required, making it perfect for smaller gardens. Blueberry Sunshine Blue is frost tolerant and will reliably produce fruit making it well suited to all parts of Australia.
Blueberries require constant moisture for maximum productivity. They are actually quite drought tolerant, though in dry situations they will produce less and grow more slowly.
They love a full sun position with some shade protection in the afternoons.
Ideal for growing in pots as it needs an acidic soil like an Azalea and Camellia potting mix or a good quality compost if planting in ground.
Height 1.5m x Width 1m
Caterpillars Return - Watch out broccoli!
Tomato Dust is the answer
Tomato Dust is very effective for killing caterpillars, while leaving other insects alone, and only 24h is needed after dusting before you can pick and eat your edibles.
EXPERT TIP- Avoid using Tomato Dust if there are a lot of bees in the area/on the flowers of the plants you are dusting. We use it a dusk once the bees have gone to bed.
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