My Tropical Garden in Cooktown, Cape York, Queensland, Australia - Welcome!
Ooh, I'm so jealous that you have this beauty! I never see it in the nurseries here, and I've been looking out for it for ages. Think I'll have to check out ebay soon.
There's a seller in Townsville who has it [ seller name koppers ] Just google bromeliads or succulents she has a lot of stuff cheap I think .Let me know if you find her
Aloha from Noosa Gwen, If by chance you've planted your prized Blue Butterfly Bush into open ground, you'll be observing its adventurous runners starting to create more pop-up bushes. Though it's a great bonus being able to transplant the suckers every autumn (late March), building up a more organised row or thicket, giving greater impact of such distinguished flora. When my mother was alive and enjoying the splendours of our half acre of gardens during the sixties, she had but one exquisite specimen, and have never forgotten it. Though have specified it in planning many subtropical layouts over the years. Go well. CHEERS, MARTY. (Landscape Consultant & Designer). SYMPHONY GARDENS of harmony. email@example.com
Post a Comment