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Perennials

All plants are grown and sold in a 100mm diameter pot
  • Rudbeckia fulgida 'Goldsturm'
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    Rudbeckia fulgida 'Goldsturm'
    Rudbeckia fulgida 'Goldsturm'
    Rudbeckia fulgida 'Goldsturm'

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    Massed public plantings of Rudbeckia 'Goldsturm' by American Plantsman and Landscape Architects, Oehme & Van Sweden brought this bright and cheerful perennial to the forefront of the 'New Perennial Movement'. This plant has many attributes to draw you in; easy to grow, vibrant colour, seasonal interest and profuse flowering. Best planted en-masse and in drifts. Contrasts well with ornamental grasses and sedums. 80cm high (in flower) x 40cm wide. 

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  • Rudbeckia fulgida var. deamii
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    Rudbeckia fulgida var. deamii
    Rudbeckia fulgida var. deamii
    Rudbeckia fulgida var. deamii

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    For the last 15 years we have been growing the supplying this Rudbeckia to Sydney's wholesale market. It is a proven performer with stunning displays of golden yellow daisies with black centres are produced in late summer to 80cm. Best used in groups, drifts or en masse. Combines really well with Sedums.

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  • Rudbeckia grandiflora 'Sundance'
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    Rudbeckia grandiflora 'Sundance'

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    Commonly known as Rough Coneflower, this tall growing Rudbeckia is native to the western Mississippi valley. 'Sundance' is a new seed strain of R. grandiflora that doesn't need staking despite its height. Hairy stems, large coarse leaves and large golden blooms with dark brown eyes are characteristic of this drought tolerant species. Will reach up to 1.5m.

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  • Rudbeckia maxima close up of yellow flower
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    Rudbeckia maxima

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    Rudbeckia maxima is native to Arkansas, Oklahoma and Louisiana. Grown for its large yellow coneflowers, it is equally recognisable for its large blue-green cabbage like basal leaves. A stunning plant that produces flowers on stalks up to 180cm in height. The flowers are up to 8cm across and have strong yellow petals with dark brown tall central cones. Best results are achieved when grown in organically enriched soils with a little extra moisture and plenty of sunshine. I always find it fascinating to find out the origins of the names of the plants we grow. The genus Rudbeckia was named in honour of Olof Rudbeck (1630-1702). He was a Swedish botanist.

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  • Rudbeckia subtomentosa
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    Rudbeckia subtomentosa

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    Taller and more butter yellow in colour than the well recognised Rudbeckia 'Goldstrum'. Used extensively in new perennial plantings in the United States where is originates. Thrives in half to full sun in average, medium moisture, well drained soils. Handles heat and humidity. Makes an excellent lang lasting cut flower. The dark chocolate central cones bring added interest to the landscape as they persist well into Winter. Height 1.0 - 1.2m.

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  • Salvia canariensis 'Lancelot'
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    Salvia canariensis 'Lancelot'
    Salvia canariensis 'Lancelot'
    Salvia canariensis 'Lancelot'

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    An exciting form of Salvia canariensis. Silver felted leaves with a capricious form give rise to lavender pink flowers which protrude from purple burgundy bracts. Tolerates strong Summer heat, drought (once established) and mild frosts. Height is 1-1.2m and width 1m. Needs good drainage.  

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  • Salvia corrugata
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    Salvia corrugata

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    On a trip to Mt. Lofty Botanical Gardens in South Australia, rounding a corner we were struck by the intense cobalt blue flowers of Salvia corrugata. It was growing beneath shade giving trees at about 1.5m in height. In full sun it rounds out at 1m in height and is more compact in its growth habit. The foliage is very intriguing and if you are tactile it is a must to run fingers down the deep olive 'corrugated' leaves with felty bronze silver underneath. Unfortunately it is frost tender. 

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  • Salvia lanceolata
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    Salvia lanceolata

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    Native to the Cape of Good Hope in Southern Africa. Sometimes referred to as Sand Sage, we are always trialling plants for their ability to withstand really hot Summers and frosty cold Winters while still giving us a strong element of beauty and intrigue. Salvia lanceolata fits in well. Dusky pink calyxes with smoky salmon beige petals on silver grey foliage makes for a curious yet beautiful combination. Prefers well drained soil and flowers in mid Summer. Grows 1m x 1m. 

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  • Salvia muirii
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    Salvia muirii

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    Salvia muirii

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    We have grown Salvia muirii on and off for quite a number of years. It's proven to be a great little performer. A South African sage that lends itself to clipping and handles neglect. Drought tolerant, salt tolerant and cold hardy. Naturally grows in sandy soils on the South African coast but will handle clay soils as long as they are not prone to water logging. 80cm x 1m if left alone. Powder blue flowers are apparent on this shrubby long lived Salvia for most of the year.

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  • Salvia nemorosa 'Caradonna'
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    Salvia nemorosa 'Caradonna'
    Salvia nemorosa 'Caradonna'
    Salvia nemorosa 'Caradonna'

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    Salvia nemorosa is native to a wide area of Central Europe and Western Asia. There are numerous cultivars, of which 'Caradonna' is in our opinion the most impressive. Extremely popular, 'Caradonna' provides a rich display of deep violet blue flower spikes on unusually dark stems through Spring and early Summer, and if cut back sends up a repeat flowering in Autumn. An outstanding variety, which performs well in our high heat conditions. 60 x 60cm. 

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  • Santolina chamaecyparissus_foliage close up
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    Santolina chamaecyparissus in flower

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    An evergreen low spreading shrub featuring silver grey tiny leaves which form a small compact mound approximately 30cm high. Dainty, yellow button-like flowers are produced above the foliage in Summer. Enjoys full sun and dry conditions. Frost and drought hardy. This sub-shrub lends itself very well to pruning into tight silver spheres.

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  • Sedum 'Dark Magic'
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    Sedum 'Dark Magic'
    Sedum 'Dark Magic'
    Sedum 'Dark Magic'

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    An outstanding dwarf Sedum variety with glossy red back leaves. Dark pink flower clusters appear in late Summer. Typically dark leaved sedums collapse in our climate but not Sedum 'Dark Magic'. Needs a well drained location. Looks great in a pot. Approx. 40cm high x 40cm wide. 

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