• Frangipani - Plumeria (plumerias) 1 x Established Plant 25 - 35cm

    According to Steven Prowse, ofSacred Garden Plumeria’s, frangipanis arrived in Australia from South America via the Polynesian peoples. From there, frangipanis came to Australia via 2 routes. The Torres Strait Islanders traded with both the New Guinea & Australian indigenous peoples and brought the frangipani to both the Torres Straits and the Australian mainland.
    AU $17.85
    Free postage
  • BUY 1 LOT GET 1 FREE,TURMERIC,HERB,GINGER,SPICE,CURCUMA LONGA,SPICE,FRUIT TREE,

    You will receive two small rhizomes PLUS TWO (2) FREE, which can be easily planted either into a pot or into the ground. A beautiful perennial herb from the Ginger family, with stunning, tall white flower spikes.
    AU $18.95
    Was: Previous priceAU $19.95
    Free postage
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  • Hippeastrum CandyStripe(amaryllis-hippeastrum cultivars)10 Reliable Viable Seeds

    The first commercial breeders ofHippeastrum were Dutch growers who imported several species from Mexico and South America and began developing cultivars and hybrids from them in the 18th century; the first of these reached North America early in the 19th century.
    AU $4.29
    Free postage
  • Small Bulb - Zephyranthes/Rainlily " Crimson Comet" ,,,Gorgeous !!!!

    Zephyranthes - "Crimson Comet". You are buying (1) X small bulbs. They love full sun to part shade and lots of moisture great to add some regular fertiliser.
    AU $35.00
    AU $9.50 postage
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  • Cut Leaved Japanese Maple - Acer palmatum dissectum (10 Bonsai Seeds)

    It’s easy to see why this beautiful plant is a bonsai favourite. It adapts well to any bonsai style, and with judicious leaf-plucking, you can keep the foliage small. It will require a sunny or lightly shaded, airy place to grow. Use it as a large shrub to small tree in the garden and enjoy the beautifully textured foliage and the rich autumn colours of this enchanting plant. It’s naturally rounded form is very attractive, and the reddish flowers, though tiny, are pretty too. Although they may be cut back by late frosts, they are relatively cold-tolerant. Bonsais will need to be cut back often to develop good trunk taper. Garden plants should generally be pruned during winter dormancy..
    AU $3.95
    AU $1.20 postage
  • Korean Hornbeam - Carpinus turczaninowii (50 Bonsai Seeds)

    Glossy foliage, a tidy branch structure and rapid growth make this plant a bonsai favourite. A versatile species, it is attractive when trained in upright, slanting and cascade styles, but also looks good as a broom or group planting. This deciduous tree is found growing in North East China, Korea and Japan. It is a fairly small tree growing to about 10m, bark is dark grey and it has small egg shaped leaves which will turn a beautiful orange-red color in the autumn. This tree will make a beautiful autumn feature tree in your garden. When left to itself, it tends to develop a graceful, weeping habit. It tolerates a variety of soil conditions, but does not thrive in extremely dry or wet soils.
    AU $2.95
    AU $1.20 postage
    139 sold
  • Clerodendrum Thomsoniae~## RED BLEEDING HEART ##~Vine / Shrub / Pot~1 PLANT

    ALSO KNOWN ASDUTCH MANS TROUSERS "Bleeding Heart Vine" (Clerodendrum thomsoniae). The name "Bleeding Heart Vine" is descriptive of its flowers which generally look like a drop extending from the heart shaped bract.
    AU $17.50
    AU $13.50 postage
    60 sold
  • Frangipani "Pink" yellow-tinged 28-35cm Cutting x 2 each lot twin-headed

    2 x cuttings per lot to ensure planting success. Length of the cuttings shorter than some other varieties, because it is a type usually branch often. Twin-headed due to that fact that, most branches have 2 sub heads near their tips.
    AU $29.90
    or Best Offer
  • Frangipani "Fruit Salad" yellow/Pink/Red 35-40cm Cutting x 2 each lot

    2 x cuttings per lot to ensure planting success.
    AU $24.90
    or Best Offer
  • Frangipani "White" yellow-tinged 35-40cm Cutting x 2 each lot

    2 x cuttings per lot to ensure planting success.
    AU $24.90
    or Best Offer
  • WHITE ADRIATIC FIG Ficus carica highly nutritious fruit deciduous plant 170mm

    1 x WHITE ADRIATIC FIG Ficus carica plant. WHITE ADRIATIC FIG Ficus carica. We have over 2000 different live plants for sale. If you have clay or sandy soil, we highly recommend the use of the soil conditioner "Garden Mate".
    AU $71.95
    AU $18.90 postage
  • Chinese Yew - Taxus chinensis (25 Bonsai Seeds)

    When used in bonsai, yews are suitable for most forms and require little ongoing maintenance. If you'd like to try your hand at carving techniques, this is a great species to start with. Taxus chinensis is a very adaptable, medium sized tree that gives beautiful deep green foliage and can be used as a feature/shade tree or even grown as a hedge. This tree will grow in sun but prefers part shade and unlike other yews it can handle hot Australian summers as well as cold winters. A large, ornamental evergreen shrub or tree of the yew family, Taxus chinensis is widespread in China at elevations up to 900 meters. The tree is up to 14 m tall and wide and bushy when cultivated.
    AU $2.95
    AU $1.20 postage
  • 12 x SEEDS - IPOMEA LOBATA aka MORNING GLORY 'FIRE-CRACKER aka SPANISH FLAG'

    IPOMEA lobate mina 'FIRE-CRACKER VINE' aka 'SPANISH FLAG VINE' SEEDS. A MEMBER OF THE 'MORNING GLORY' CLIMBING VINE VARIETIES, THIS IS A LIGHT CLIMBER TO 2mtrs SUITABLE TO GROW IN MANY AREAS. 10 FRESH 2017 SEASON OPEN POLLINATED ORGANIC SEEDS.
    AU $6.00
    AU $1.00 postage
  • Frangipani - Plumeria (plumerias) 1 x Established Plant 45 - 56cm

    The name, frangipani, comes from the Italian nobleman, Marquis Frangipani, who created a perfume used to scent gloves in the 16th century. When the frangipani flower was discovered its natural perfume reminded people of the scented gloves, and so the flower was called frangipani.
    AU $24.95
    Free postage

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