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New Guinea Impatiens:

1. BLOOM PROFUSELY
2. LARGE FLOWERS
3. TOLERATES SUNNIER POSITIONS
4. BRILLIANT COLOUR FOR SHADE

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WHAT TO DO IN THE GARDEN THIS MONTH

Get our tips and advice on what to do in your garden during November to get the garden ready for the imminent holiday season.

BLACKWOOD’S FRIDAYS – 10% OFF ALL PURCHASES!

The first Friday of every month is a BLACKwood’s FRIDAY!  Don’t miss out. 10% discount on all purchases all day!

WIN A STUNNING SET OF GARDEN TOOLS.

Enter our November competition. One lucky winner will receive a Garden Tool Set. Click below to enter.

Drought tolerant succulents abound in the wide range of local indigenous plants. Use them to add color to the garden, especially in winter. They’re bold and contrast magnificently with other plants when used in correct context.

  1. Kalanchoe Thyrsiflora – large paddle shaped leaves of silvery grey with a red tinge in winter and tall spikes of cream flowers.
  2. Crassula Ovata – sturdy bushes clothed in fleshy, glossy leaves with heads of pale pink flowers in winter. 
  3. Senecio Cylindricus – slim blue-grey finger like leaves on compact bushes make a sharp contrast against many plants. 
  4. Cotyledon Orbiculata – large green or grey leaves and orange bell shaped flowers in drooping clusters during winter. 
  5. Oscularia Deltoides – fleshy grey leaves on cascading pink stems with mauve flowers in spring.

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