• 24 x Acmena smithii 'Allyn Magic' PBR - 100mmMaxiPots - Ship NSW,VIC,QLD,SA,ACT

    24 x Acmena smithii 'Allyn Magic' PBR. Super Space Saver/Maxi Pots. Very compact and bushy shrub, with very attractive salmon pink foliage when in new growth. Planting position: Full or half sun. Suitable for coastal position.
    AU $139.20
  • rare achacha fruit 5 plants-- garcinia humilis -- mangosteen relative delicious

    Very tasty fruits from central america which has been introduced into australia just few year ago. the fruits are golf ball sized, yellow in colour with which fragrant pulp engullfing a large seed. taste is excellent sweet with a hint of honey and lemon.
    AU $100.00
    or Best Offer
    3 watching
  • Shrub- Mixed Hydrangeas

    Note: Plants in tube fertilize 2 weeks after re-potting, if bare rooted fertilize 2 months after re-potting. Fertilize by spring or summer when heat come to 21 degrees centigrade plus. Any form of gardening patience is the virtue.
    AU $40.00
    Free postage
  • Water Plants- Iris Louisiana 'Citrionic'

    Note: Plants in tube fertilize 2 weeks after re-potting, if bare rooted fertilize 2 months after re-potting. Fertilize by spring or summer when heat come to 21 degrees centigrade plus. Any form of gardening patience is the virtue.
    AU $15.00
    Only 1 left!
  • 24 x Peace Lily 'Carlos' - 100mmMaxiPots - Delivery NSW, VIC, QLD, SA, ACT

    24 x Peace Lily 'Carlos'. Botanical name: Spathiphyllum 'Carlos'More plants →. South East Queensland. Planting position: Filtered sun or Shade. The list below gives the approximate price per box to major metropolitan areas of the different states.
    AU $124.80
  • BUY 1 GET 1 FREE,RARE,TAMARIND,WILD APRICOT,Diploglottis campbellii,Fruit Tree

    Followed by yellowish fruit capsules which contain a bright red seed. TAMARIND IS AN IMPORTANT PART OF WORCHESTERSHIRE SAUCE! (Diploglottis campbellii). You will receive a strong and beautiful plant in a small tube, similar to the one in the photo.PLUS 1 PLANT FREE.
    AU $19.95
  • rare achacha fruit plant -- garcinia humilis -- mangosteen relative delicious

    Very tasty fruits from central america which has been introduced into australia just few year ago. the fruits are golf ball sized, yellow in colour with which fragrant pulp engullfing a large seed. taste is excellent sweet with a hint of honey and lemon.
    AU $25.00
    or Best Offer
  • Shrub- Camellia sinensis var assamica (species)

    Ideal for screens, hedges and containers. Note: Plants in tube fertilize 2 weeks after re-potting, if bare rooted fertilize 2 months after re-potting. Fertilize by spring or summer when heat come to 21 degrees centigrade plus.
    AU $50.00
    Free postage
  • 9 x Philodendron 'Xanadu' - 125mmPots - Delivery to all NSW, VIC, QLD, SA, ACT

    9 x Philodendron 'Xanadu'. Other names: Philodendron 'Winterbourne'More plants →. The list below gives the approximate price per box to major metropolitan areas of the different states. New South Wales.
    AU $43.20
  • RARE,CORDUROY TAMARIND,Mischarytera lautereriana,Fruit Tree,Bush Tucker,Spice

    (Mischarytera lautereriana). The fruits of this tree are relished by fruit eating birds such as Catbirds, Riflebirds and Figbirds. Fruit: Green-seed in an orange juicy fruit. Full sun or semi shade position.
    AU $14.95
  • Water Plants- Iris virginica orchid

    Note: Plants in tube fertilize 2 weeks after re-potting, if bare rooted fertilize 2 months after re-potting. Fertilize by spring or summer when heat come to 21 degrees centigrade plus. Any form of gardening patience is the virtue.
    AU $8.60
    4 watching
  • Shrub- Camellia sinensis 'Sayamakari' (species)

    Ideal for screens, hedges and containers. Note: Plants in tube fertilize 2 weeks after re-potting, if bare rooted fertilize 2 months after re-potting. Fertilize by spring or summer when heat come to 21 degrees centigrade plus.
    AU $50.00
    Free postage

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