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Trade Only for enquires. The plants listed are part of an on going breeding and selection program, set up by Bushland Flora and Goldup Nursery. Varieties are selected for their horticultural value to withstand tough conditions from wetland species to drought tolerant plants that are low maintenance, compact and remain attractive.

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Image Genus species, Common name, Min to Max Height(Metres) x Min to Max Width(Metres) Label
native plant growerCrowea exalata fine leaf 'Candy Stars'australian plant

0.4 to 0.9 m high x 0.50 to 0.90 m wide

A dainty compact shrub with aromatic fresh, green foliage that is finer than the regular form. It is smothered in pink, star flowers for most of the year.

native plant growerDampiera linearis 'Cobalt Mound'australian plant

0.2 to 0.4 m high x 0.50 m wide

A small to medium bushy shrub with rich green lightly toothed leaves. Has a multitude of sapphire blue flowers in Spring to early Summer.

native plant growerDampiera trigona dwarf 'Pink Cluster'australian plant

0.03 to 0.05 m high x 0.30 to 0.50 m wide

native plant growerDampiera trigona dwarf 'Violet Cluster'australian plant

0.03 to 0.05 m high x 0.30 to 0.50 m wide

A spreading, clump forming plant with fine foliage and a stunning display of violet blue flowers from winter to spring.

native plant growerDarwinia diosmoides 'Native Diosma'australian plant

1 to 3 m high x 2.00 to 3.00 m wide

Darwinia diosmoides is a very hardy shrub with grey/green soft foliage and cream to pink flowers occurring in spring/summer, this plant is grown for its highly aromatic leaves.

native plant growerDianella brevicaulis 'Berry Blue or Coastal Flax Lily'australian plant

0.3 to 0.5 m high x 0.30 to 0.50 m wide

Dianella brevicaulis commonly named Coast Flax Lily often grows near the coast and is tolerant of light salt spray. This species has narrower leaves than Dianella revoluta, and has pale blue flowers set in the base of the plant, followed by cobalt blue edible berries in summer.

native plant growerDianella caerulea assera 'Curly Tops'australian plant

0.3 to 0.8 m high x 0.30 to 0.80 m wide

A small tufting plant with strap like foliage compressed into flat fans and masses of blue/purple flowers in summer followed by cobalt blue berries.

native plant growerDianella caerulea dwarf 'Mini Di'australian plant

0.2 m high x 0.30 m wide

Mini Di is a tufting plant with fresh green foliage and blue flowers followed by cobalt blue berries. Very versatile and hardy plant that is less invasive than the typical Dianella caerulea.

native plant growerDianella caerulea low compact dwarf 'Paroo Petite PBR'australian plant

0.1 to 0.2 m high x 0.10 to 0.15 m wide

Paroo Petite is a selected dwarf form of Dianella caerulea. This unique Australian tuft has lush green miniature strap foliage and dainty purple flowers in early Summer followed by small rich blue berries.

native plant growerDianella laevis fine leaf (syn.longifolia) 'Summer Haze'australian plant

0.3 to 0.4 m high x 0.60 m wide

A clump of forming plant with arching strap like foliage that is finer that the regular longifolia. It has a profusion of blue, nodding, star shaped flowers followed by glossy blue berries in summer.

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