Talking Architecture & Design Podcast (Episode 52)
Koichi Takada talks about sustainable design and how COVID-19 has forever changed how we work ...
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Diversity Plant Propagation
Native Tussock Grass – No Irrigation
The tough little Lomandra plant, available from Diversity Plant Propagation, has a fine texture, which from a distance gives it the appearance of a Native Tussock Grass (Poa labillardieri).
News | 29/05/2008
Native lavender grass from Diversity Plant Propagation
Native lavender grass, from Diversity Plant Propagation, is a small growing grass featuring attractive, deep lavender coloured seed heads for most of the year.
News | 18/05/2008
Low growing Australian native grass
A versatile low growing Australian native grass featuring blue grassy foliage is available from Diversity Plant Propagation.
News | 14/05/2008
Dianella prunina Utopia from Diversity Plant Propagation
Dianella prunina looks good and will complement other plants in the Foliage First range.
News | 20/11/2007
Baby Bliss from Diversity Plant Propagation
Baby Bliss is a beautiful blue native flax lily that is a small plant ideal for garden borders, and planted close together forms an good low growing ground cover.
News | 15/11/2007
Tiny Trina plant available from Diversity Plant Propagation
Tiny Trina is slightly tougher than Little Saphire, flowering a month later, with a deeper colour and finer textured foliage.
News | 31/10/2007
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