Bring your garden to life this spring

If you’re about to give your garden a ‘spring clean’ and have a few gaps to fill, we may be able to help you fill them. Our Community Nursery has a small amount of excess tube stock available for purchase.

Some of the species available are Sweet Bursaria, Coast Beard-heath and Spiny-headed Mat-rush. For more information on these species and others we have available, give Jess a call on 08 8797 8596, or by email:

Sweet Bursaria/Christmas Bush (Bursaria spinosa) provides great protection for birds and nectar for butterflies

Sweet Bursaria/Christmas Bush (Bursaria spinosa) provides great protection for birds and nectar for butterflies. (Photo R Thompson)

Coast Beard-heath or Native Currant Bush (Leucopogon parviflorus) is a great screening plant with white cluster flowers at branch ends. (Photo R Thompson)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spiny-headed Mat-rush (Lomandra longifolia) has heavy-scented nectar that attracts pollinating insects, and is a larval food plant for Orange Ochre butterflies. (Photo R Thompson)

Spiny-headed Mat-rush (Lomandra longifolia) has heavy-scented nectar that attracts pollinating insects, and is a larval food plant for Orange Ochre butterflies. (Photo R Thompson)

 



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