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Great White™

Lomandra longifolia ‘MURU’ PBR pending

Range: Strappy Leaf Plants

Description Great White™ Lomandra is a variegated Lomandra with larger flowers
Size 40-50cm high x 40-50cm wide
Uses Roadsides, golf courses, offices, mass plantings, feature plantings and gardens
Position Tolerates drought and cold. Tolerates windy and salt laden windy positions, but avoid foredune situations too close to the beach. Works best in full sun to moderate shade.
Soil Type Sandy, sandy loam to clay soils
Density 4–6 plants per m², 2–3 per linear metre
Where It Works Southern NSW, SA, WA, TAS. Requires free draining soils or light to moderate shade in Sydney. Not suitable for Queensland unless in areas like Toowoomba.

Mini Meema™

Hardenbergia violacea 'HB2' PBR

Range: Native Shrubs & Ground Covers

Description Small, compact shrub with clean foliage
Size 45 cm high x 45 cm wide
Uses Small gardens, mass planting, borders or as a ground cover
Position Full sun to part shade
Soil Type Most soil types
Density 3–6 plants per m², 3–4 per linear metre
Where It Works QLD, NSW, ACT (survives in extreme cold, but will get some leaf burn), VIC, TAS, SA & WA

Party Pink™

Alternanthera ficoidea 'PP05' PP2015100619

Range: Emporium Range

Description Small shrub with hot pink/burgundy foliage
Size Approx. 40-50 cm high x 40-50 cm wide
Uses Specimen planting in garden beds, containers and patio pots
Position Full sun to part shade
Soil Type Well drained moist soils
Density 4–8 plants per m², 2–4 per linear metre
Where It Works Frost free areas including QLD, Coastal NSW, Coastal WA, Coastal VIC, Coastal SA, and NT

Ocean Reef™

Hibbertia spicata 'WA01' PBR

Range: Native Shrubs & Ground Covers

Description Compact, small shrub with glossy leaves
Size 50 cm high x 25 cm wide
Uses Specimen plant, low hedge, coastal use
Position Full sun to half day shade
Soil Type Moist sand or light loam; likes limestone and above normal pH; responds well to nutrient supplement
Density 3 plants per m², 2 per linear metre
Where It Works WA

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