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Abutilon megapotamicum 'Little Imp'

Much improved Turks Cap with bigger clear yellow petals. All year flowers on this ground hugging shrub. Back to Evergreen Shrubs
$20.00
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Agapetes Red Elf

Perfect red tube flowers all in a row. Tidy bush. Back to Evergreen Shrubs
$15.00
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Agapetes serpens

These plants develop a big woody swollen base (lignotuber )from which all shoots arise. Branches tend to be horizontal with masses of
$18.00
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Brunsfelsia Eximia

Yesterday, today and tomorrow. A tidy little bush with flowers changing colours with the days. 1m Back to Evergreen Shrubs
$15.00
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Buddleia crispa

White felted give this dry tolerant plant an almost ghostly look. Sweetly scented lavender flowers in spring. Back to Evergreen
$18.00
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Camellia crapnelliana

Unfortunate name for this Hong Kong Camellia species! Bold green leaves, ginger peeling trunk and poached egg flowers. Back to E
$25.00
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Camellia minutiflora

Like a waterfall of small leaves and tiny 'apple blossom' flowers. Great weeping shrub. Back to Evergreen Shrubs
$20.00
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Camellia Night Rider

Excellent tight small camellia hedge with brilliant purple new growths and blood red flowers. Back to Evergreen Shrubs
$20.00
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Camellia sinensis 'Rosea'

Camellia sinensis is green tea. This form has pink flowers and purplish new leaves could produce pink tea? Nice hedge! Back to
$15.00
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Cavendishia bracteata

A heath type shrub for cooler areas, displaying red tubular flowers in spring. Back to Evergreen Shrubs
$15.00
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Citrus australasica

Finger limes are of the treats in the Gold Coast. Developed from the Australian native citrus, these little juice bundles are popular
$25.00
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Citrus Buddha's Hand

The weirdest citrus you will see! The bottom end of the fruit divides and stretches out, sometimes like a big yellow octopus. Or may
$25.00
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Citrus Ponderosa Lemon

This giant Lemon was thought to be a wild species for a long time, but its now considered to be a hybrid, lemon X pomelo. Great to be
$25.00
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Dichroa febrifuga

A delicate evergreen shrub which produces small heads of blue flowers in summer, these becoming deep blue berries in autumn. Back
$15.00
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Dichroa versicolor

A beautiful species with a striking blue flower head, looks like a breeders dream but its natures good work. Does not like to dry out
$15.00
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Euryops pectinatus

A very tough shrub with massed yellow daisies in the autumn months. Full sun for full show. 2m Back to Evergreen Shrubs
$18.00
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Hebe brevifolia

This prostrate deep violet flowered Hebe (originally found on the Surville Cliffs ultramafic area near North Cape) is my favourite wil
$18.00
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Illicium majus

Classy shrub with mid green leaves and lemony multipetalled flowers. Close relative of star anise. Back to Evergreen Shrubs
$20.00
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Jacobinia pauciflora

I grew up with one of these and its still there...tough! Bright red and yellow cigarettes give this bush its common name, cigarette p
$18.00
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Jasminum multiflorum

Large white scented flowers on this bush jasmine. Back to Evergreen Shrubs
$18.00
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Justicia (Pachystachys) lutea

(Justicia taxonomy is difficult. Kew Gardens are the naming authority and they have named 658 species, but have failed to name a furth
$15.00
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