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Buxus hedge with mixed planting by William Dangar & Associates, via Flickr

Buxus hedge with mixed planting Possible in and around the weeping lilly pillys and palms. Just need to condition the soil enough so that the hedge and other plants get a chance before the lilly pilly roots invade and suck out the nutrients

Griselinia is a dense evergreen hedge plant with soft, glossy apple green leaves on soft green stems. It does well when trimmed to shape and quickly establishes a mature hedge.  Its growth rate is average at approx. 30cm p.a. Griselinia prefers full sun and a light, well-drained soil and is one of the most suitable species for seaside gardens. Native to New Zealand and South America

Landscape by Barbara Garrett, Auckland using Living Boundary™ griselinia instant hedges

Pleached Ficus hillii

Shafer Design Ltd. In coastal temperate regions of Australia this look can be achieved using Waterhousea floribunda GREEN AVENUE Pbr or Acmena smithii SUBLIME Pbr - also good options where container size is limited.

Modern Holiday Home in New Zealand: Screened by Pohutukawa

Image 3 of 17 from gallery of Screened by Pohutukawa / Architecture Bureau. Photograph by Kjell Nilsson

Extremely eye-catching with its stiff, sword-shaped golden green leaves shaded with orange, Libertia peregrinans (New Zealand Iris) is a rhizomatous perennial which adds sparkles to the border

Extremely eye-catching with its stiff, sword-shaped golden green leaves shaded with orange, Libertia peregrinans (New Zealand Iris) is a rhizomatous perennial which adds sparkles to the border! Slightly fragrant, pure small white, iris-like blossoms a


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