Our standard lightweight display rack is available on request, at cost + postage to reseller customers.
In some cases the rack can be supplied free-on-loan + postage.
The rack can hold 34 seed packet varieties (x 12 of each), and our 7-pack Gift Folder (x 10).
(Height: 95cm, width:50cm)
A beautiful post-card size gift folder containing sachets of seeds for six of the most attractive and popular wildflowers and displaying a picture of each plant in flower.
Growing instructions and other supporting information provided inside the folder.
whether you are a Garden Centre, Gift Shop, Events Co-ordinator, Visitor Centre or other type of reseller …
Spectacular and profuse-flowering, the largest flower among all the bottlebrushes, with rich scarlet cylindrical brushes 25cm (10″) or more in length at the ends of its branches from early Spring through Summer.
Lovely, sturdy small annual shrub with attractive long-stemmed soft blue to mauve flowers in pin-cushion shaped clusters up to 7cm (3″) across, in Spring and Summer amongst the pale green 10cm (4″) leaves.
The Grass Tree will gradually grow to a form its characteristic trunk. The trunk becomes blackened in nature by naturally occurring bushfires which also stimulate flowering to occur in the following Winter / Spring. However, these plants will just as often flower without the effects of a fire
A beautiful small shrub growing to 1 metre (3′) with masses of bright yellow elongated flowers amongst small elegant grey-green leaves. A superb plant to light up a garden in Winter – when many other flowering plants are still dormant – and then carries on into the Spring.
One of the most dramatic and attractive of Australia’s native plants. Grey-green, furry leaves and stem, with lots of brilliant glossy deep scarlet flowers, each with a black or maroon centre boss, occurring in dense heads of 7 – 9 flowers from Spring to Summer.
This product is our best selling item and should be for you also.
Bring it to the attention of your customers when they purchase any packet of seeds.
Extensive research at the famous Kings Park and Botanic Garden in Perth…
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