Prostanthera Phylicifolia x lasianthos Poorinda Ballerina is a quick growing Australian Native mint Bush that has aromatic dark green leaves and stunning fresh White flowers, produced in the spring months, that almost completely cover the foliage.
Poorinda Ballerina will grow 1.5metres tall by 1.5 metres wide in part shade to shade positions in most soil conditions that are well drained. It is best grown in a partly shaded, cool position. Prune after flowering to maintain compact growth and apply a complete native fertilser in late spring.
Poorinda Ballerina is ideal for part shaded gardens, screening and near a path, decking or balcony where you can enjoy the aroma of its foliage and the explosion of white flowers in the spring.
Dichondra Silver Falls is a spectacular foliage ground cover plant with long silvery leaves on long cascading stems making it ideal for hanging baskets, or tall pots ( as in picture above), as a ground cover or cascading over walls. Dichondra Silver Falls grows in a sunny to partly sunny position in well drained soils. Avoid over watering, cut back regularly to keep plants tidy and fresh, they should grow 10cms tall by up to 1 metre wide and respond well to regular liquid feeds with seaweed fertilisers.
Luma Apiculata is an old fashioned forgotten favourite of the garden world. Luma Apiculata can grow to 3 metres tall, by 1.5 metres wide, making it an excellent screening and hedging option for those seeking some privacy. Luma is a fast growing shrub with creamy flaky bark and waxy rounded lemon scented foliage. small sized white fragrant flowers appear during the warmer months of the year. Luma prefers a well drained soil in a sunny to shaded position and is tolerant of frosts, dry conditions and coastal conditions once extablished.