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 Cherry's Garden Place
Cherry's is a Garden Centre with something for everyone. We have our own nursery with hedging, fruit trees and ornamentals. Also an orchard with fresh fruit. Our staff give accurate advice. Linda has expertise in landscaping and design, and is keen t
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 Greg's Indigenous Nursery
We specialize in plants from the basalt plains in the Melbourne region but also stock a small selection of other Australian natives. Nearly all species are drought tolerant and are well adapted to Melbourne's heavy clay soils. Most species are ideall
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 Shady Characters (Qld) Pty Ltd
The Attractive, Affordable Shed And Shade Solution For Any Situation Shady Sheds - Storage Sheds - Chemical Storage Sheds - Paddock Shelters - Easy Shades - Garden Sheds - Camper Trailor Covers - Boat Covers Simple to erect - no welding required Colo
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 Rentokil Tropical Plants
Rentokil Tropical Plants offers indoor plant hire and rental in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Canberra and all other major cities in Australia. Our indoor plant nursery strives to provide consistent quality, shade tolerant indoor pla
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 Cherry's Garden Place
Cherry's is a Garden Centre with something for everyone. We have our own nursery with hedging, fruit trees and ornamentals. Also an orchard with fresh fruit. Our staff give accurate advice. Linda has expertise in landscaping and design, and is keen t
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 Karwarra Australian Plant Garden
A botanic garden in the Dandenongs with an extensive collection of Australian plants. Year round flowering. Bird haven. Features shade-loving plants, fern gully, rainforest. Romantic weddings. Nursery and picnic areas. Tour groups catered for. Disabl
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 Growing so well in the shade so far.
       • Posted by: mistymorn Brisbane Qld on Thu, Aug 18, 05 at 0:45
              • 19 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Jan 27, 11 at 19:52
I decided to plant some of my Roses in the shade this year after having very disapointing results in full sun last year. I am amazed how well they are growing these two Climbing Crepuscule on the Arch planted bare rooted 6 weeks ago they have so m
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 Herbs to grow in shade
       • Posted by: nettlerose Canberra ACT on Thu, Jan 15, 04 at 19:58
              • 14 follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, Mar 9, 11 at 19:01
I know most herbs love full sun, but I have a spot behind the mandarine tree which needs filling up. I would like to put herbs in and I know mint loves shade but it spreads too vigorously (unless someone knows of a variety that doesn't I would be
  Forum Message  -   Found at:   Herbs Forum

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 Climbing Pinkie in shade
       • Posted by: wattleblossom BlueMtsNSW Aust on Fri, Jun 17, 05 at 1:31
              • 9 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Jun 23, 05 at 23:24
I grow Climbing Pinkie in a large concrete urn on the eastern side of my house. In summer it gets several hours of sun in the middle of the day, but due to the sun being lower in the sky over the past few months, it has received decreasing amounts
  Forum Message  -   Found at:   Roses in Oz Forum

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 Climbing Rose for shade?
       • Posted by: Cheryl_West_Australi on Wed, Mar 30, 05 at 4:02
              • 9 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Apr 15, 05 at 6:23
Is there such a beast....I no longer use my hills hoist and am wanting to grow a creeper/climber over it, the plant will be in a large pot, in a quite shady position. I was wondering if a yellow Banksia Rose would be suitable. Cheryl.
  Forum Message  -   Found at:   Roses in Oz Forum

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 now only native shade plantings!
       • Posted by: cherax Syd NSW Aust on Tue, Sep 2, 08 at 2:39
              • 4 follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, Oct 29, 08 at 22:50
Hi All firstly thank you for your feedback regarding drought resistant shade plants. I am now having to modify the option now just to aust native shade tolerant plants. I can think of many rainforest plants that would do the job though I am
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 herbs in part shade?
       • Posted by: Amelie Brisbane on Thu, Aug 14, 03 at 7:58
              • 4 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Aug 22, 03 at 9:04
Hello herb people. I have extremely limited experience growing herbs - most of my yard is fairly shaded but I am keen to try a few popular herbs I can use in cooking. I have an area along the eastern side of my house which is little more than a
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 Shade Lovin' Natives
       • Posted by: dnnaa Illawarra NSW on Wed, Aug 9, 06 at 19:03
              • 4 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Aug 14, 06 at 9:57
Darling ditch Diggers Can anyone in the internet suggest some native plants that are suited to shady or under storey type locations. They don't have to flower or nuthin'. Ground covers or low shrubs are good. Follow-Up Postings:
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 Need suggestions for dry, shade tolerant plants
       • Posted by: sparrowoz VIC Aust on Tue, Aug 5, 03 at 0:32
              • 4 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Aug 12, 03 at 17:37
Hi Good People I have a couple of locations on the south side of house/fence, which receive no sun at all. Reasonable light, though. I'd like to put in drought tolerant plants - various heights to to 2 m. Attractive foliage, flowers, berries,
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 Roses in Shade Houses
       • Posted by: hester Geraldton Aust on Thu, Jan 26, 06 at 1:40
              • 4 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Jan 27, 06 at 8:02
I know roses do best in full sun however I have just moved into a new home with a big open backyard. As I live in a very windy part of Australia and the wind is atrocious at times, I was wondering if I had a lean to type shade house along an east
  Forum Message  -   Found at:   Roses in Oz Forum

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 Climbing plant that flowers for shade area?
       • Posted by: taniaa z9 Australia on Wed, Jul 25, 07 at 0:22
              • 4 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Sep 6, 07 at 22:15
Hi, I'm after a fast growing climber with flowers (preferrably pink, blue or purple). I want to grow it up the poles on our front porch. The area gets about and hours sun in the morning, and about the same of an afternoon. Any suggestions would be
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 Roses In The Shade
I have several
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 shade
       • Posted by: jan_willem_john Australia Victo on Fri, Nov 9, 07 at 23:51
              • 3 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Dec 6, 07 at 2:38
Can anybody tell me the best flowering scrub for lots of shade please. John Follow-Up Postings: RE: shade Posted by: gardenlen s/e qld aust ( My Page ) on Sat, Nov 10, 07 at 13:35 Return to the Gardening in Oz Forum
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 Will gerberas grow in part shade?
       • Posted by: joshp Qld Aust on Thu, Jan 26, 06 at 23:26
              • 3 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Jan 27, 06 at 16:32
I'd like to move some gerberas from pots to a garden bed that gets half sun (at best) and half shade. Will this be okay or do they really need sun all day? Follow-Up Postings: RE: Will gerberas grow in part shade? Posted by:
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 Aust Natives with biocycle and shade - help pls
       • Posted by: phantomfisho Sydney region on Wed, Jul 20, 11 at 0:26
              • 3 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Nov 5, 12 at 7:38
Hi all, I've just bought a house with biocycle wastewater recycling. With only a small lawn, the output has to be shared with the garden. I want to replace the aging exotics with natives, but cannot find information on shade-loving natives,
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