Leptospermum

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Leptospermum Pink Cascade

$9.90

Low, spreading dense shrub growing to 0.5m tall with a spread of 1m. The branchlets have an arching habit. The new growth is bright red. Pink flowers are borne in dense masses along the stems. Main flowering periods are spring and autumn, with some flowers found all year round.

Leptospermum - Copper Glow

$1.95

Evergreen shrub with fine leaves and lovely copper coloured new foliage. Cream flowers. Excellent screen plant.

Leptospermum Cardwell

$17.90

A spectacular, weeping, evergreen, native shrub, which is ideal for screening and windbreak planting Covered in masses of large white flowers in spring which attract nectar feeding birds. Hardy, tolerates frosts, height to 2m.

Tea Tree - Lemon Scented

$3.90 ($3.90-$17.90 choose a size)

A small tree with fine, green, lemon scented foliage used for teas and abundant white flowers in early summer. Excellent screen, windbreak and hedge. Leaves and stems contain essential oils used in candle and soap making.

Tea Tree - Mozzie Blocker

$17.90 ($3.90-$17.90 choose a size)

This pleasant citronella smelling shrub has insect repellant qualities. Reputed to a mosquito repellent. Just rub the leaves on the skin for temporary relief from mozzies. Essential oils can also be distilled from the leaves, with up to 1.7% of essential oil yield from fresh weight leaf. The essential oil contains citronellal, an aromatic compound renown to repel insects.In the garden the shrub is ideal for use as a low hedge plant, or as an ornamental specimen. On hot days the oil perfumes the air around the shrub. An attractive heath-land shrub up to 2 m in height. It has cream to pink flowers in Spring. The small bright green leaves have a pleasantly citronella-scented.The plant naturally grows in sandy coastal wet heath. Full sun growing conditions is preferable. Likes open soils, but has some tolerance of heavier soils. Well adapted to poorer soils. Good frost tolerance, down to minus 6 degrees Celsius.

Leptospermum Pink Cascade

$9.90

Low, spreading dense shrub growing to 0.5m tall with a spread of 1m. The branchlets have an arching habit. The new growth is bright red. Pink flowers are borne in dense masses along the stems. Main flowering periods are spring and autumn, with some flowers found all year round.

Leptospermum Cardwell

$17.90

A spectacular, weeping, evergreen, native shrub, which is ideal for screening and windbreak planting Covered in masses of large white flowers in spring which attract nectar feeding birds. Hardy, tolerates frosts, height to 2m.

Tea Tree - Lemon Scented

$3.90 ($3.90-$17.90 choose a size)

A small tree with fine, green, lemon scented foliage used for teas and abundant white flowers in early summer. Excellent screen, windbreak and hedge. Leaves and stems contain essential oils used in candle and soap making.

Tea Tree - Mozzie Blocker

$17.90 ($3.90-$17.90 choose a size)

This pleasant citronella smelling shrub has insect repellant qualities. Reputed to a mosquito repellent. Just rub the leaves on the skin for temporary relief from mozzies. Essential oils can also be distilled from the leaves, with up to 1.7% of essential oil yield from fresh weight leaf. The essential oil contains citronellal, an aromatic compound renown to repel insects.In the garden the shrub is ideal for use as a low hedge plant, or as an ornamental specimen. On hot days the oil perfumes the air around the shrub. An attractive heath-land shrub up to 2 m in height. It has cream to pink flowers in Spring. The small bright green leaves have a pleasantly citronella-scented.The plant naturally grows in sandy coastal wet heath. Full sun growing conditions is preferable. Likes open soils, but has some tolerance of heavier soils. Well adapted to poorer soils. Good frost tolerance, down to minus 6 degrees Celsius.

Leptospermum - Copper Glow

$1.95

Evergreen shrub with fine leaves and lovely copper coloured new foliage. Cream flowers. Excellent screen plant.

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