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Lavenders love the summer heat, giving masses of beautifully scented flowers.
Salvia Blue

Why so many different types??
Drought tolerant and long flowering, Salvias are an excellent selection for those who adore flowers. In particular, blue flowers as I do. Salvias are related to Lavender and Rosemary and unlike many other genera, blue flowers are quite common and come in a variety of shades. A lovely bordering plant for your cottage-style garden, it will attract birds and bees into your garden. They all have a fragrant sage scented foliage.
Flower borders are all about height and scale for flower colour and foliage texture. 

Salvia 'Mystic Spires Blue' is an excellent compact selection 50cm x 50cm from the highly popular Salvia 'Indigo Spires which can reach up to 1.3m. Salvia ‘Blue Sensation’ is a smaller leaf variety and more compact again, growing 10-15 cm. So each of them can take a different position in a perennial boarder. Foreground, midlevel and background.
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Blue flowers filled with inspiration !

Easy Multi-Pack Herbs
A beautiful combo of scented asian herbs for those who enjoy being in the kitchen.

Fatsia japonica

A perennially-favourite indoor plant

Fatsias have unique leaves that can grow to the size of a dinner plate each. Let it begin to dry out between waterings and use some Maxicrop fortnightly and you'll be rewarded with new leaves growing from the top. Keep long term as a feature in the corner of a room or a big leaf backdrop in your indoor jungle space.

Tradescantia spiderwort in a colourful bird pot

Harry's Gardenia Food

Did you have a super busy December and forgot to feed your Gardenias? Harrys Gardenia Food promotes strong healthy growth and copious flowering. It provides both slow and fast acting nutrients.
Simply apply once in September, December and March (or more often if your plant continues to display many yellow leaves)


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