GardenDrumBurnley Plant Sale 2014

salvia

Melbourne plant lovers can find an excellent range of plants at the Friends of Burnley Gardens Plant Sale, on 22 & 24 January 2014, with a special list of salvia species and cultivars.

There will be native, exotic and produce plants for sale outside the main building at Burnley campus, 500 Yarra Boulevard, Richmond, Wednesday 22 and Friday 24 January, from 1-2pm and 4-5pm.

Below is the extensive list of plants for sale – scroll down to see the special selection of salvias…

Abutilon dwarf Dark Pink and Yellow
Abutilon vitifolium  
Achillea ‘Moonbeam’  
Agastache mexicana  
Alcea ‘ The Watchman’ (Hollyhock)
Allium carinatum ssp. pulchellum
Aloe ‘Black Gem’  
Aloe mitiformis  
Alyxia buxifolia  
Anthemis ‘E.C. Buxton’  
Artemisia schmidtii  
Begonia (various including cane)
Brachycome (mixed cultivars)
Bukbine bulbosa  
Campanula poscharskyana
Cenia sp.    
Ceratostigma griffithii  
Ceratostigma willmottiana
Cheiranthus orange  
Chimonanthus praecox  
Clerodendrum ugandense
Clivia miniata  
Convolvulus ‘Full Moon’
Coreopsis grandiflora  
Correa alba    
Correa reflexa var. nummulariifolia
Cyclamen – red   
Daphne odora  
Dianthus ‘Little Maiden’
Dichroa versicolor  
Dierama pulcherima  
Distictis buccinatoria  
Echinacea (purple)  
Epacris impressa  
Eremophila maculata (red)
Erigeron karvinskianus ‘Mauve’
Escallonia ‘Pink Pixie’  
Eucomis sp.    
Euphorbia myrsinites  
Euphorbia robbiae  
Ficinia nodosa  
Fuchsia (mixed cultivars)
Geranium biokova  
Grevillea ‘Allyn Charm’  
Grevillea ‘Apricot Charm’
Grevillea ‘Superb’  
Guzmania sp.  
Haemanthus coccineus  
Helichrysum angustifolia
Heliotropium ‘Album’  
Heliotropium ‘Lord Robert’
Helleborus orientalis seedlings
Hemerocallis ‘Stella de Oro’
Hosta ‘Aureomarginata’  
Hydrangea quercifolia  
Hydrangea white  
Iris confusa variegata  
Iris ensata White  
Iris pallidus variegatus  
Kennedia rubicunda  
Leonotus (most probably orange)
Libertia peregrinans  
Liriope ‘Evergreen Giant’
Mixed succulent pots  
Murraya paniculata  
Nepeta Xfaassenii  
Olearia phlogopappa  
Osteospermum (white)  
Parthenocissus quinquefolia
Pelargonium graveolens
Pelargonium grossularioides
Penstemon (mixed cultivars)
Petasites fragrans  
Pittosporum tobira ‘Burnley Beauty’
Plectranthus ecklonii  
Plectranthus saccatus  
Punica granatum  
Saintpaulia (African Violet)
Santolina ‘Edward Bowles’
Scabiosa sp.  
Scaevola aemula ‘Purple Fan’
Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’  
Sedum ‘Matrona’  
Senecio ‘Vira Vira’  
Spiraea cantoniensis  
Sprekelia sp.  
Stachys thirkeii  
Stenomesson variegatum
Streptocarpus sp.  
Tagetes lemmonii  
Thuja plicata ‘Zebrina’  
Trachelospermum asiaticum
Veltheimia capensis  
Viburnum japonicum  
Vigna caracalla  
Wahlenbergia ‘Blue Mist’
     
Produce     
Basil    
Dragonfruit    
Eggplant    
Hyssop – Israeli tea mint
Kale 1/2 tall Scotch (60cm tall)
Kale ‘Toscano’  
Lemongrass    
Oregano    
Rhubarb    
Rosemary – Tuscan Blue and Pink Form
Samphire    
Thyme    
Tomatoes (mixed cultivars)
     
Salvia List    
Salvia (blue)  
Salvia ‘African Skies’  
Salvia africana-lutea  
Salvia ‘Black Knight’  
Salvia caerulea  
Salvia elegans   
Salvia ‘Golden Delicious’
Salvia greggii ‘Pumpkin’  
Salvia greggii ‘Purple’  
Salvia iodantha  
Salvia ‘Limelight’  
Salvia ‘Marine Blue’  
Salvia oxyphora  
Salvia patens  
Salvia ‘Phyllis Fancy’  
Salvia rubiginosa  
Salvia sagittata ‘Mosquito’
Salvia scutellarioides  
Salvia ‘Snow White’  
Salvia ‘Velour Pink’  
Salvia ‘Velour White’  
Salvia viridis  
Salvia ‘Waverley’  

 

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