Architects, developers, councils and landscapers across the country, tired of the monotony of sterile landscapes lacking colour and flowers, are discovering that spectacular long lasting flowers are possible in these harsh conditions. This includes coping on their own with extreme weather such as extended drought, flooding rain and wide temperature variations.
The Aloe-Aloe range of 35 unique, selectively bred sun perennials set the world benchmark for the provision of spectacular long lasting flowers reliably in many different flower colours. They require very little ongoing care, generally survive on (and cope with) rainfall and are able to effectively out compete weeds.
They are available as small bedding plants for mass planting, screening and hedging shrubs, as well as single stemmed and multi-stemmed trees. Flowering times of all varieties differ, however, throughout the year these plants display stunning architectural shapes and different foliage textures.
With many large Australian wholesale nurseries now growing these new plants all around Australia and many others distributing them, securing supply will be easy.
View a new video of these great plants in the Royal Botanical Gardens Sydney.
View recent television media from ‘Better Homes and Gardens TV’.
As well as ‘Blooming in Brisbane TV’.
These plants are marketed by Aloe-Aloe Horticulture. For licensed grower details and other information contact us on 07 3371 2986 or 0419 476408, or email us on: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Nurseries interested in acquiring tissue culture or young plants to grow on these new varieties should contact:
Images (top to bottom): Mixed Aloe-Aloe planting; Flagstaff Gardens Melbourne; Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney; Venus; and Always Red.