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As the nights start to lengthen, make sure that you enjoy the last of the warm weather and celebrate the glorious colours of autumn. But don't feel limited to the traditional autumnal shades of browns, reds and bronzes, that gloriously dots across the landscape, as there are loads of plants around that can add bright bursts of colour to your autumn and winter garden.
Along with the many white camellias available (once the proud symbol of the NZ suffragette movement) are a whole host of red and pink flowering camellias coming in a range of attractive shapes and sizes.
A member of the rhododendron family, azaleas produce a stunning display of flowers, with many varieties flowering from autumn to winter, and at times even into spring. They're often incredibly gorgeous, and once planted in the right spot can be very easy to care for.
Perfect for brightening up those shady or partially shady spots. Cyclamen come in pinks, whites and reds and can last for years to come. The plants themselves grow from a small bulb and flower from autumn through till spring. Later they dieback, only to reappear again the following year. For best results, plant in fertile, free-draining soil.
Available in array of bright and cheerful colours, these easy to grow annual plants thrive during the colder months. And if you’re ever feeling peckish, their flowers make a delicious addition to salads. Grow in full sun to light shade in fertile, free-draining soil.
Violas and pansies tend to be available in a wide array of colour. Come instore to see what's available.
Aka Garden Mums, these eye-catching perennials produce a fantastic display of colour throughout autumn, and can be grown indoors and out. Once seen as a bit old fashioned, there has been a bit of a resurgence of popularity in recent years, and they are incredibly popular as a Mother’s Day gift.
Or come instore and see some of the other delightful flowering plants that we have instore.