Bird and bee plants

Plants that are attractive to birds and bees due to their pollen or nectar production or their consistent or heavy flowering habit. 423 products

Bauera rubioides Tassie Princess

Tassie Princess (Bauera rubioides Tassie Princess) $3.50

Compact shrub growing to 1 metre high with dark green foliage and deep pink bell type flowers during Winter and Spring. Frost resistant.
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Boronia keysii

Boronia keysii (Boronia keysii) $3.50

One of the easiest Boronias to grow. Is an endangered plant in its natural environment. Very fragrant foliage and bright pink flowers make this an attractive addition to any garden.Grows to 1m high.
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Boronia megastigma

Brown Boronia (Boronia megastigma) $4.00

Beautiful and unusual little shrub which bears masses of highly fragrant (much prized by the perfume industry) bell flowers which are yellow inside and red-brown outside.The longevity of this very worthwhile shrub can be extended by regular (but not harsh) pruning after flowering in Spring. Requires excellent drainage and full-sun for best flowering.
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Boronia megastigma x heterophylla

Purple Hybrid Boronia (Boronia megastigma x heterophylla) $4.00

A vigorous, dense growing, deep purple flowered hybrid cross between the brown boronia (B.megastigma) and the red flowered Boronia heterophylla. A very showy cut-flower with a beautiful perfume.
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Brachyscome multifida

Hawkesbury River Daisy (Brachyscome multifida) $3.50

A terrific splash of colour to your native garden for most of the year. Grows into a neat ground covering clump about40cm round. Has lilac / blue flowers and likes a well drained spot.
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Brachyscome multifida Break Of Day

Break Of Day Daisy (Brachyscome multifida Break Of Day) $3.50

This is a beautiful, Light Purple flowered version of the Hawksbury River Daisy, which has darker Purple flowers. paired together these two types make a very attractive contrast of colours splashed throughout your garden.Grows to about dinner-plate size and only around 100mm high, with attractive, s
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Brachyscome multifida lilac

Lilac Hawkesbury River Daisy (Brachyscome multifida lilac) $3.50

This is a beautiful, Lilac flowered version of the Hawksbury River Daisy (which has Purple flowers). paired together these two types make a very attractive contrast of colours splashed throughout your garden.Grows to about dinner-plate size and only around 100mm high, with attractive, soft and fine
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Brachyscome Pacific Island

Pacific Island Daisy (Brachyscome Pacific Island) $3.50

Showy ground cover spreading to 50 cm with dark green divided leaves and constant candy pink daisies occur throughout the year. Frost tolerant..
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Buckinghamia celsissima

Ivory Curl Flower (Buckinghamia celsissima) $3.50

Beautiful smaller tree with a dense canopy of dark-green leaves and large pendulous spikes of creamy-white flowers in summer.Grows to 8m in the full-sun.
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Callerya megasperma

Native Wisteria (Callerya megasperma) $3.50

Naturally found in rainforest, rainforest margins and wet sclerophyll forest from NE NSW to SE QLD this evergreen climbing vine bears masses of lilac pea type flowers throughout Spring and deep green, glossy leaves. This is also Native Butterfly attracting vine, like the Richmond Birdwing Vine and is quite often found growing together in its native habitat. This species attracts theĀ  Pencilled Blue and Large Banded Awl Butterflies. Can be trained on a strong trellis or let grow to the tops of trees to enhance the canopy.
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