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  • Achillea

    (Yarrows)
    Asteraceae

    • ‘Terracotta’   CAG00805
      Height60cm
      Width60cm
      Flowering SeasonSp - Au
      WaterM
      LightSun
      for $7.00earn 35 points

      A robust variety with flat heads of soft terracotta flowers over mounds of feathery grey-green foliage. Prone to flowering in dribs and drabs, albeit continuously, rather than en masse but it offers some of the finest and most durable foliage of any cultivar.

      Easily grown in any sunny soil. Removal of spent heads encourages flowering as does an annual cut to ground level in late winter which also ensures better foliage for spring and summer.

  • Arctotis
    • Terracotta   CAG02731
      Height20cm
      Width5m
      Flowering SeasonSpring
      WaterL
      LightSun
      for $7.00earn 35 points

      At the forefront of groundcover technology with 15m² of coverage per annum in unirrigated water repellent sand. The plush, weed suppressing, carpet of crinkled silver foliage is overshadowed throughout spring by 10cm diameter, muted, burnt sienna, daisy-like blooms, offset with glossy black centres.

      For when maximum coverage is desired or more lurid varieties are too much. The cost effective alternative to paving for median strips, roundabouts and verges.

      Indestructible in any well drained sunny soil. Immune to reflected heat. Irrigation unnecessary.

      An annual whipper snip at the end of the bloom season, to remove spent flowerheads, keeps it looking tidy over the summer rest.

  • Iris
    • ‘Macho Hombre’ (TB)   CAG02028
      Height1.2m
      Width50m
      Flowering SeasonSpring
      WaterL
      LightSun
      Iris ‘Macho Hombre’ (TB)
      for $7.00earn 35 points

      A Tall Bearded with softly burnt orange flowers with falls paling towards prominent orange beards. Tall and floriferous, even in warmer areas, with clumping fans of narrower and more green, glaucous leaves than most. (Bernard Hamner, R. 1988)

      Easily grown in any well drained sunny soil. Feed well for best results.

  • Achillea

    (Yarrows)
    Asteraceae

  • Osteospermum
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