Adenanthos Sericeus | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adenanthos_sericeus

Adenanthos Sericeus | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adenanthos_sericeus

Duranta Erecta | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duranta_erecta

Duranta Erecta | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duranta_erecta

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Weeping Maple, Acer palmatum, Dissectum Organgeola

Weeping Maple, Acer palmatum, Dissectum Organgeola

Canna Lillies (Tropicanna) | Care - Remove spent flower heads. Do not cut off more than about 15cm . At the end of the flowering season, cut old stems down to within 2cm of the ground. Leave new young shoots. Lift and divide the clumps every three years http://goo.gl/bC3QtE

Canna Lillies (Tropicanna) | Care - Remove spent flower heads. Do not cut off more than about 15cm . At the end of the flowering season, cut old stems down to within 2cm of the ground. Leave new young shoots. Lift and divide the clumps every three years http://goo.gl/bC3QtE

Magnolia Fairy Blush  Planted 7 Feb 2016, eve of Chinese New Year 2016

Magnolia Fairy Blush Planted 7 Feb 2016, eve of Chinese New Year 2016

Weeping Maple, Acer palmatum, Dissectum Organgeola

Weeping Maple, Acer palmatum, Dissectum Organgeola

Trixzie Peach, Pixzie Miniature Fruiting Tree

Trixzie Peach, Pixzie Miniature Fruiting Tree

Trixzie Peach, Pixzie Miniature Fruiting Tree

Trixzie Peach, Pixzie Miniature Fruiting Tree

Trixzie Peach, Pixzie miniature fruiting tree | Description: A delightful little fruit tree! Shapely branches, long bright green leaves, the compact height make Trixzie® Peach an ideal tree for the smaller garden or for a large planter pot. Trixzie® 'Pixzee' bears delicious yellow fleshed fruit. Tree Size:	Tree grows to approximately 1.5 x 1.5 metres. Pollination: Self-pollinating. Climate: Cool temperate to warm temperate. | http://www.flemings.com.au/fruit_details.asp?CULT_ID=PIXZEE

Trixzie Peach, Pixzie miniature fruiting tree | Description: A delightful little fruit tree! Shapely branches, long bright green leaves, the compact height make Trixzie® Peach an ideal tree for the smaller garden or for a large planter pot. Trixzie® 'Pixzee' bears delicious yellow fleshed fruit. Tree Size: Tree grows to approximately 1.5 x 1.5 metres. Pollination: Self-pollinating. Climate: Cool temperate to warm temperate. | http://www.flemings.com.au/fruit_details.asp?CULT_ID=PIXZEE


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Dononaea, also known as hopbush.  It could also make a great border shrub to separate you and the neighbors.  It keeps its leaves all year

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metrosideros firebird red baby - Google Search

metrosideros firebird red baby - Google Search

adenanthos silver streak - Google Search

adenanthos silver streak - Google Search

Adenanthos sericeus, more commonly known as Albany Woolly Bush. This Western Australian native is known for its luminous silver green foliage which is soft to touch & its small but vivid red flowers. Woolly Bush has a compact habit, so it requires very little pruning.  This combination makes it a perfect choice for a Christmas tree. Update 2014: this plant has not reached the height as my last woolly bush. Might be soil not sure. If anything i would say I its a dwarf version.

Adenanthos sericeus, more commonly known as Albany Woolly Bush. This Western Australian native is known for its luminous silver green foliage which is soft to touch & its small but vivid red flowers. Woolly Bush has a compact habit, so it requires very little pruning. This combination makes it a perfect choice for a Christmas tree. Update 2014: this plant has not reached the height as my last woolly bush. Might be soil not sure. If anything i would say I its a dwarf version.

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