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Each issue we ask five horticulture experts to list their favourite plant types on a selected theme.

Previously we would only ask for two favourites each to be listed, however, we have expanded their initial selection to five favourites from which they choose their top two to focus upon.

The decision can depend upon many factors such as soil, climate, drought tolerance, aesthetics or just plain personal preference!


Calathea zebrina – Zebra Plant
Pinanga kuhlii – Ivory Cane Palm
Spathiphyllum ‘Sensation’ – Peace Lily
Heliconia sp. ‘Rubra’ – Heliconia Rubra
Lepironia articulata – Eubanangee Sedge


Davidsonia jerseyana – Davidon’s Plum
Diploglottis australis – Native Tamarind
Gossia inophloia ‘Blushing Beauty’ – Thread-barked Mytrle
Lepiderema pulchella – Fine-leaved Tuckeroo
Lomandra hystrix – Mat Rush


Latania lontaroides – Red Latan Palm
Curcuma rubescens ‘Ruby’ – Ruby Curcuma
Licuala ramsayi – Fan Palm
Alcantarea imperialis ‘Rubra’ – Red Alcantarea
Cordyline fruticosa ‘Negra’ – Cordyline Negra


Breynia sp. ‘Iron Range ’ – Iron Range Breynia
Leea indica – Bandicoot Berry
Lomandra confertifolia ‘Little Con’ – Dwarf Mat Reed
Rhodamnia sessiliflora – Iron Mallotwood
Atractocarpus fitzalanii (previously Randia fitzalanii)
– Native Gardenia


Cordyline fruticosa – Cordyline
Codiaeum variegatum – Croton
Solenostemon scutellarioides – Coleus
Trachelospermum jasminoides ‘Tricolor’
– Variegated Star Jasmine
Acalypha cultivars – Acalypha

 
From a 6 page Feature Article in Issue Twelve
 
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