List of products by A to Z Plant names starting with "G"

This is a listing of our nursery plants whose name starts with "G".
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  • Crassula ovata Gollum
    Crassula ovata Gollum

    This unique looking crassula has suction cup type branches. It is a small growing Jade plant that can reach 90cm high. 

  • Garlic Chives
    Allium tuberosum

    A herb that is widely used in a number of dishes including omlettes, stirfry's, dips and plenty more

  • Ghost Plant
    Graptopetalum paraguayense

    Ghost Plant is a low clumping succulent, with rosettes that change colour from grey-green to light purple when grown in full sun.

  • Ginger - Spiral Ginger
    Costus barbatus

    Soft green leaves spiral up to offer an exquisit red pink inflorescence with yellow tubular flowers appearing randomly each day. Native to tropical America it is most suited to growing in a humid environment, however it is a tough ginger and can be grown in many parts of Australia providing it is protected from the frost and kept well watered.

  • Golden Hahnii
    Sansevieria trifasciata cv

    This hardy shade tolerant succulent is a compact variegated variety of Mother-In-Laws Tongue. Wide yellow and green stripped leaves form a whorled rosette as they extend broadly from the base and taper up to a point.

  • Good Fortune Bonsai
    Pachira glabra

    A bonsai of braided Pachira trees is associated with financial good fortune in East Asia. The species of plant use is Pachira glabra, a great tree for beginners as it is durable, hardy and tolerant of low light and drought.

  • Gotu Kola
    Centella asiatica

    Gotu Kola is extraordinary, it has been used to treat, and also prevent, a wide range of ailments. Research links gotu kola to improved brain function, wound healing and arthritis relief.

  • Greater Galangal
    Alpinia galanga

    Galangal is an evergreen broad leaved clumping ginger that grows up to two meters in height. It is a moderately fast growing plant that grows in full sun, part sun or heavy shade and makes a wonderful screen in a tropical styled garden.

  • Greater Yam
    Dioscorea alata

    The Greater Yam is the most commonly cultivated yam. Grown mostly in the tropics and sub-tropics this yam is perennial but readily harvested at the end of the growing season once the vines die back. As a food source this yam provides many beneficial vitamins, minerals and complex carbohydrates.

  • Grey Star
    Ctenanthe setosa

    Grey Star is a popular Ctenanthe due to is striking grey and maroon foliage. Block plant in the garden to achieve a tropical look with coloured foliage that can be enjoyed all year round.

  • Hairy Prayer Plant
    Ctenanthe setosa

    The species name Setosa refers to the bristly stems on this plant. The patterned grey and green upper side of the leaf is contrast with a maroon underside, it certainly brings colour and a point of interest to shaded areas of the garden. It is perennial and evergreen, so its tropical foliage can be enjoyed all year round.

  • Native Gardenia
    Atractocarpus fitzalanii

    This Native Gardenia grows to about 6 meters. It has large attractive dark glossy green leaves with fragrant white flowers appearing in Spring that resemble and smell like the exotic gardenia flower. Round fruits mature in Autumn and are ready to eat when soft.

  • Red Malaysian Guava
    Psidium guajava

    Beautiful dark red skinned fruits ripen in Summer with sweet pinkish pulp. The tree is highly ornamental, with deep red colored leaves and fluffy pink flowers.

  • Scented Geranium - Peppermint
    Pelargonium tomentosum

    Soft velvet leaves emit a peppermint fragrance when rubbed. The plant responds well to pruning, so growing several together can form an attractive low growing hedge.