Leptospermum Collection


Leptospermum ‘Silver Fantasy’ is a silver-foliaged spreading shrub that produces pink flowers in spring. An attractive plant year round that is used by florists for both foliage and flower that is also enjoyed by many insects that provide valuable food sources for small insectivorous birds including honeyeaters wrens, robins and thornbills. Itis a reasonably quick growing shrub providing contrasting colours in an informal hedge, screen or fence line planting

Leptospermum ‘Ballerina’ double improved is  an attractive upright fast growing form of manuka tea tree to around 2.5m tall. The dark foliage is a feature year round, providing an eye catching flush of dark pink flowers in spring. The flowers are attractive to native bees and predatory wasps. Well suited to informal hedges, screens and fence lines. Adapts well to a variety of soils, grows best in moist to well drained heavier soils.

Leptospermum ‘Starry Night’ is a graceful pendulous shrub with soft, fine, dark purple foliage and purple-pink young stems. The flowers attract butterflies, and wrens and thornbills love to forage amongst the blossom. It may be planted as an eye-catching specimen in a paved courtyard, an informal screen against wall or fence line, or as a medium-sized hedge.
Leptospermum scoparium ‘Jim’s Rocky Rambler’ is an attractive Tasmanian form of Manuka tea tree. This compact mounding form grows with arching branches that display bright white flowers well in spring that are visited by many insects whilst in flower including beetles and bees. This plant would be equally at home in a Japanese garden with its architectural form. Well suited to both formal and informal native gardens with moist to well drained soils.
8 tubes in total
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Plants are sent via Australia Express Post, and will be posted on the Monday following their order.

Plants can only be sent to Queensland, NSW, ACT, Victoria and Tasmania. Unfortunately quarantine restrictions mean that we cannot send plants to South Australia, Western Australia or the Northern Territory.