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Reinforced metal eyelet - 5/32" hole
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A prostrate and beautifully ground hugging form of a very adaptable coastal plant. Flowers are insignificant but the foliage more than makes up for it. ...more
Some of my earliest and happiest memories are of being in gardens and watching plants grow. Nothing has changed for me. So this website is all about sharing my love of plants with you. Having grown up in Australia I was struck by its remarkable flora and I have spent a lifetime working with and breeding Australian plants with the objective of making them more rewarding for gardeners around the world. As well as finding a wealth of information on Australian plants, there are numerous videos and articles on a wealth of other gardening topics to help you grow better plants, whatever their origin. I also have a deep fascination with composting and soil biology which you will also find here. Lastly, check out the shop for a selection of my books and other products that will also help to enhance your gardening experience… Angus