This dwarf cultivar of Banksia ericifolia has fine needle-like lime green leaves and masses of scarlet red flowers. It has a more open habit than other banksias and is best used as a specimen for smaller gardens, and is also very useful for hedging.
Like many other Banksia, this variety is tolerant of drought, frost and coastal . . . → Read More: A Great Specimen For The Garden – Banksia ‘Red Rover’
Narcissus, Daffodils, Jonquil’s, (I call them Daffies) doesn’t matter what you call them there all the same to me, Absolutely Delightful!
The varities of Daffodils are so large over 13,000 different known hybrids from around the world. The color range of daffodils is lovely to, with yellow, white, peach, pink, and orange, red, line-green, bicolor and even . . . → Read More: Some Double Daffodils That Provide Spring Color
Hemerocallis species and their hybrids, commonly known and loved, as Daylilies.
Botanically, daylilies are called Hemerocallis, which is derived from two Greek words meaning "day" and “beauty”.
Daylilies are a great addition to the garden and are a showy strap leaved perennial that form dense clumps, with an amazing range of flower colours.
Daylilies are one of the most satisfactory . . . → Read More: Day Lilies – Hemerocallis species and hybrids
Photinia glabra 'Rubens' is a dense evergreen shrub that reaches up to 5 m and is an ideal hedging plant that responds well to pruning. New leaves are bright red, showy and mature to dark green. This variety of Photinia thrives in full-sun to part-shade.
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