hakea laurina - great small tree, neat pink and white blooms. Related to Protea. Full sun.

Hakea laurina - great small tree, neat pink and white blooms that resemble a sea urchin. I have these in my front garden and they have just flowered for the first time.

Acacia 'Fettuccini' is an outstanding new foliage form of the species cognata. A. 'Fettuccini' displays the most unique and extremely decorative rippled, lime green foliage throughout the year. The new growth bursts into coppery tones before fading to the fresh lime green colour. This variety will provide a modern edge to any landscape. An easy to grow and care for Australian native - the choice of the modern gardener. More info at www.pma.com.au

Plants Management Australia Pty Ltd - Acacia "Fettuccini" , grows high x wide, full sun, part shade, it displays unique and decorative rippled lime green foliage.Ideal for tubs or pots.

Tuckeroo. This is a great all round evergreen tree, with flushes of bright glowing new growth through Spring and Summer. A medium sized tree ranging between 8-15m tall at maturity it forms a dense rounded shape and offers a lovely shade solution for gardens. It is a smart selection for a range of locations including coastal exposure, tropical heat and works well as a specimen tree, wind break and street tree.

Plant of the month is the Tuckeroo. This is a great all round evergreen tree, with flushes of bright glowing new growth through Spring and Summer.

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Native garden at the front with taller trees/shrubs close to the road providing privacy and lower, colourful plants nearer the house providing depth and interest

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Shown: Leucadendron 'Winter Red' and kangaroo paw (Anigozanthos); By Debora Carl Landscape Design. Love the kangaroo paws!

Tuckeroo tree. http://www.seedlandscapes.com.au/blog/2014/6/24/the-5-best-trees-for-brisbane-gardens Look at this page to find out more.

Tuckeroo tree. http://www.seedlandscapes.com.au/blog/2014/6/24/the-5-best-trees-for-brisbane-gardens Look at this page to find out more.


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