Australian and New Zealand plants

Gardeners who have visited down under and been inspired by the plants they saw might like to know that there are a remarkable number of plants from Australia and New Zealand which thrive in British gardens.

For many years they were treated with some suspicion as ‘borderline’ or ‘tender’ plants not worth the risk. With the onset of climate change things are changing. http://www.burncoose.co.uk/site/category.cfm?cat_id=1192

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