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

This is a listing of our nursery plants whose name starts with "L".
Showing 1 - 12 of 12 items
  • Lambs Ear - leaves
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    Lamb's Ear
    Stachys byzantina

    Lamb's Ear is a low growing perennial with soft felted silver leaves that are inviting to touch. Grown mostly as an ornamental you will find the leaves contrast well with other nearby plants in the front of the garden bed.

  • Lavender Scallops Lavender Scallops
    Lavender Scallops
    Kalanchoe fedtschenkoi

    Highly ornamental selection of Kalanchoe fedtschenkoi (lavender scallops) with upright stems and incredible leaves. Leaf colour varies with age and season, older leaves are lavender-grey and newer leaves are blue-grey. Flowers in winter when many other plants don't. Block plant for dramatic colour effect in the garden all year round.

  • Lebanese Watercress
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    Lebanese Watercress
    Aethionema cordifolium

    Lebanese watercress will grow in abundance given the right growing conditions, providing a fresh source of greens for salads all year round. Leaves and stalks are edible with a celery like flavour. Stems gently weep from the base of the plant growing to 30cmin length. Although lebanese watercress will grow in moist soil we find it grows best with...

  • Lemon Aspen - Fruit Lemon Aspen - Fruit
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    Lemon Aspen
    Acronychia acidula

    The Lemon Aspen tree is a small tropical tree growing to 9 meters with glossy leaves and edible tart citrus flavoured fruit.

  • Lemon Balm
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    Lemon Balm
    Melissa officinalis

    Use of Lemon Balm dates back over 2000 years when Greek and Roman civilisations valued in it for medicinal purposes, hence the species name officinalis. The genus name Melissa refers to the bee attracting qualities of its flowers, whilst leaves contain a citronella compound known to repel mosquitoes.

  • Lemon Grass - Plant Lemon Grass - Plant
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    Lemon Grass
    Cymbopogon citratus

    Lemon grass is a hardy tropical clumping grass which is best known for its edible stems. In the garden it can be grown on steep banks for erosion control, or regularly clipped to use the stems as mulch. When grown in moist soil the stalks are juicier and better for cooking purposes.

  • Lemon Scented Myrtle - Flowers Lemon Scented Myrtle - Flowers
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    Lemon Scented Myrtle
    Backhousia citriodora

    The vibrant lemon flavoured leaves will turn a cup of hot water into something special. The profuse white flowers and thick dark green leaves also bring beauty to the garden.

  • Lemon Scented Tea Tree - Shrub Lemon Scented Tea Tree - Shrub
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    Lemon Scented Tea Tree
    Leptospermum petersonii

    Leaves have a strong lemon aroma when crushed. Plants can be used as an effective screen or incorporated into a native garden featuring the fine copper green leaves.

  • Lipstick Tree Lipstick Tree
    Lipstick Tree
    Bixa orellana

    The lipstick tree is a perfect sized tree for the backyard with limited space. The tree gets its name from the seeds which contain a natural red pigment, used by American Indians as body paint and lipstick.

  • Loquat leaves
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    Eriobotrya japonica

    The Loquat tree is very ornamental and useful. The leaves are long and textured, the flowers are sweetly scented and the fruit is delicious. Fruit ripens in later winter,providing a source of food at a time when many other plants don't.

  • Lucky Stripe Bromeliad - leaves Lucky Stripe Bromeliad - leaves
    Lucky Stripe Bromeliad
    Aechmea Gamosepala

    White and green striped leaves bring a fresh crispness to the garden all year round. Matchstick flowers are blue and pink, and plants steadily offset to fill voids in the garden.

  • Slender Mat Rush (Lomandra hystrix)
    Slender Mat Rush
    Lomandra hystrix

    A native clumping grass with long glossy light green leaves.