Nature | Misty Mountains Rainforest Retreat QLD
The ancient rainforest of Tropical North QLD is rich in biodiversity and surrounds the Misty Mountains Rainforest Retreat, perfect for nature-loving couples.
Lungwort Sissinghurst White
The leaves on Sissinghurst White lungwort are heavily spotted with silver, making the plant attractive even when it's not in bloom. In spring, it bears flowers in loose clusters that start out as pale pink buds that fade to white. The plant forms an 8" to 12" high clump that slowly spreads to form a ground cover without being aggressive and overtaking other plants. Works well under deciduous trees. Grown as much for their attractive leaves as their flowers, lungworts look best grown in…
Asplenium scolopendrium | The Palm Centre
A pretty native evergreen fern with simple pale emerald fronds that light up shady borders and large pots. Reaching between 20-60cm tall, this easy plant tolerates brighter dryer conditions than many ferns once established but will reach its full potential in moist woodland conditions.
Asplenium trichomanes Garden Fern - Kelways
Beautiful and small semi evergreen fern often found growing in walls where it slowly forms a thick colony, Maidenhair Spleenwort, choose from our extensive collection online.
Dicksonia antartica - 170 cm
Fougère sur tronc , feuilles longues et larges , persistantes , de couleur vert lumineux . Port érigé sur tronc . Exposition ombre à mi ombre . Utilisation en décoration végétale d'intérieur , et en jardin d'extérieur ( climat doux ) .
Aruncus dioicus sylvestris – Barbe-de-Bouc – Grandes fleurs plumeuses
Spiraea aruncus est une généreuse vivace formant une belle touffe de feuilles verte surmontée de hautes fleurs plumeuses : superbe à l'ombre, commandez en ligne.
More Great Big Leaves
I wrote last month about my affinity for big leaves. I love the really massive ones, like the butterburr above. Those that create instant focal points, that raise the bar for potentially dramtic foliage groupings and that add the tropical pizzaz I'm after to transform my gardens into the landscape of my imagination. Last time out, I mentioned a few of my foliage favorites, but they were all annuals, tropicals, or tender perennials. That was not to suggest there are no worthy hardy plants…