Temperature: Cool

Prefers a cool temperature.

Aechmea weilbachii

  • 27 April 2022,
2.5 litre pot Aechmea weilbachii

Is an attractive bromeliad that has long lasting purple flowers with red bracts from autumn to spring. Pups readily.   Bright filtered light, shelter and frost free, well draining garden mix type soil is required

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Reed/Bamboo

  • 14 April 2022,

If you need a narrow vertical aesthetic, then the graceful & easy to maintain Bamboo or Reed palm is it. A popular clumping palm suitable for low light areas, the Bamboo or Reed palm is small enough to incorporate as an understory palm into a shaded palm glade outside as well. Easy to care for,…

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Illawara Flame Tree

  • 4 April 2022,

Becomes a tall, stately, upright tree with a spreading crown. Large, glossy, lobed leaves. Leaves drop in spring prior to flowering to reveal vivid-scarlet bell shaped flowers which coincide with the New Zealand late December Christmas time. A magnificent tree to grow should you have the space.

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Hardy Parlour

  • 8 January 2020,

A versatile and stunning member of the Chamaedorea genus of palm trees, Chamaedorea radicalis or the Hardy parlour palm is the most cold and sun hardy. A huge win for coastal and inland gardeners, these can handle a very decent frosting.   We have limited numbers available.

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Cordyline stricta ‘Show Off’

  • 18 April 2019,
Cordyline stricta 'Show Off' 6 litre pot

Broad, pointed , shiny green leaves that have purple hues. Upright habit. Scarlet berries after Spring flowering. Use as screening, in a container on the patio or as an indoor pot plant. Adds a tropical feel. Plant in full sun to part shade in well drained soil. Do not over water. Protect from frost.

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Clustering Velvet

  • 21 December 2015,
Chamaedorea seifrizii 10l

Very hardy to -7 celcius. If you need a slender, graceful & easy to maintain palm for outdoors or in, then this is it. A popular clumping palm suitable for low light areas, the Clustering Velvet palm is small enough to incorporate as an understory palm into a shaded palm glade outside as well. Easy…

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Atherton

  • 21 December 2015,
Laccospadix australasica

A beautiful fine leaved North Queensland palm well suited to the suburban garden. Solitary or sometimes clustering slender trunked palm, the Atherton is considered the Kentia’s ‘little brother’. Hardier to frost with age, this palm is very suited to underplanting larger palms or a smaller garden situation. We only have single trunked specimens available. Hardy…

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European Fan Palm

  • 21 December 2015,
Chamaerop humilis- stock photo

A versatile hardy and small growing palm Chamaerops Humulis has silvery grey green leaves and a spined midrib. They are a slow growing, multi trunking palm tree and cope well with severe frosts. To show their trunks off best, a twice yearly manicure of their leaf fronds is advisable. An excellent contender for container or…

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