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Aloe Vera

Aloe vera is a stemless or very short-stemmed succulent. The leaves are thick and fleshy, green to grey-green, with some varieties showing w...

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Angelica Shiny Leaf

A striking ornamental with jade green, glossy leaves and large umbels of white flowers. Very decorative for floral arrangements.

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Artemisia 'Lad's Love'

Attractive, irregular branching, soft, feathery, deeply cut, grey/green leaves that form alternately. Small, very inconspicuous, yellow/whit...

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Arthritis Herb

Arthritis Herb is normally found growing widespread in damp ground, along roads, near swamps, in gardens. It is found in all states of Austr...

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Artichoke Globe

The Globe Artichoke has a tuberous root, but it is the large flower-buds that form the edible portion of the plant. The expanded flower has...

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Artichoke Jerusalem

Just to clarify the confusion between Jerusalem artichokes and globe artichokes. Despite their name, Jerusalem artichokes have nothing to do...

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Artichoke Purple Globe

Artichoke purple plants look wonderful among flowering plants, so don't consign them to the bottom of the garden. The heads are deep purp...

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Asparagus Green

A popular and easy to grow vegetable. Takes a year or two from planting to start cropping but once started it will give great results.

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Asparagus Purple

Despite being new to the Australian market this is one of the world's oldest varieties of Asparagus dating back to France in the 1860's....

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Basil Bush

Bush basil is much smaller than its sweet basil cousin, because of its small size bush basil can easily be grown indoors in pots.

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