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Neville Passmore


12 July 2017

  • Correa Autumn Blaze is a hardy, low growing shrub with glossy foliage. Autumn to early spring sees a prolic display of brilliant orange tubular flowers. It is easy to grow, frost hardy and once established drought tolerant only requiring water over long dry periods. H 30cm W 1.5m

  • Aloe Sea Urchin has modern, architectural blue/green foliage. It is a prolific flowerer with winter and spring seeing tall flowers spikes of bright orange. It is a compact, tight and denser than the common form of Aloe. H 30cm W 30cm

  • Salvia Go-Go Purple and Go-Go Scarlet are spectacular non- stop flowering plants. Both are smothered in vividly coloured blooms throughout most of the year. Performs best in a sunny to semi shaded position. H 1.2m W 80cm

  • Punica Mini Magic is a super compact form of Punica granatum growing approximately 20cm to 30cm in height and width.It is very compact and heavy flowering.Suits gardens of all sizes and features masses of bright orange flowers during spring, followed by ornamental red fruit. Ideal in pots, it has a very long flowering/fruiting period.

  • Redlove Apple with their firm crimson skin and unique red flesh, these "revolutionary" beauties from Switzerland have already taken root across Europe, the UK and North America. And now, in 2017, they're available for the first time throughout Australia. What's inside certainly counts. Redloves are said to boast an abundance of anthocyanin and around 30% more antioxidants than the average apple. What's more, they don't turn brown when cut (probably due to all those antioxidants) and retain their colour when cooked. This makes them the perfect apple for those dressed-to-impress desserts.

Correa Autumn Blaze Shrub


Correa Autumn blaze

Punica Mini Magic Plant

Punica mini magic 

Sliced Redlove Apple On Music Sheet

Redlove apple