We stand tall and proud this weekend, to remember those who fought for our freedom, with sadness for the terrible loss of life, and immense gratitude to the brave souls who fell. In tribute, our top pics this week are the tall, proud Aloe Mighty 200mm in bud/flower and the memorable fragrance of the Trachelospermum Jasmine 200mm. We wish you all a great long weekend and look forward to helping you with any calls, queries or questions you have for us next week. Take care all.
Is it me or are the weekends flying by faster?! I'm not sure if it's just me getting older and slower or are my productivity expectations just getting more and more unreasonable? In these unusual times that we're experiencing I'm seeing more and more posts on social media of people completing challenging jigsaw puzzles, cleaning out cupboards and producing beautiful arts and crafts but my favourites are the magnificent garden and landscaping projects! There are some magnifice
As all us hooman beans have had too many grey old days so far this year we decided to send you some warm and cheerful colour to brighten your week! Those of you who've been getting our emails for several years now will know I LOVE AUTUMN! Yes, this is where I start spouting those unforgettably haunting Moody Blues lyrics! Sooo to continue our quest to bring you the best we have the prettiest of the royal family, our divine Pink Princess with profuse poppings of pink! Plus sac
Landscapers of the world unite" (well maybe not exactly what he said but it was darn close)! For the sake of saving your sanity and suppressing my ever increasing insanity I'll spell it out and keep it short and sweet... This week's landscaping superstars are: Myrsine Africans 200mm looking good and walking tall! Arthropodium Matapouri Bay 200mm absolutely the green goddess of the garden right now - dressed to impress! And last but by no means least are these two beautiful an