AUSSIE 'BUSH TELEGRAPH' - Autumn Down Under (Spring up there)
Autumn is just around the corner and we are hoping for a great season for Australian flowers over this time and into the Australian (Down Under) winter. Whilst we have had unseasonable wet weather in most regions our growers have escaped serious damage and the rains will be good for the wildflower plantations . Calycina and Waxflower are on track for shipments mid to late April (in time for Mothers Day) with good supply expected in May, June and July.
We have a good supply of Blue 'Maine' Limonium, Lisianthus (all colours) and large White Hydrangea at present. The quality is exceptional and prices very competitive despite the high exchange rates. You will be surprised with both our quality and price.
Leucadendron Safari Sunset, Laureolum, Katies Blush, Inca Gold, Gandogerii and Floridum are only weeks away, along with Protea Grandicolour (PBR), Pink Ice and Lancelot. Protea King (White) will be available in small numbers and the Blushing Bride season will start early May. Banksia brownii, B. occidentalis and B. hookeriana are of very good quality too. Of course, our Australian Greens are always available, including Steel Grass, Flexi Grass, Gymea Lily Leaves and Eucalyptus varieties.
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P.S. Bush Telegraph is a colloquial expression in Australia. It related to the transfer of news and information from person to person, rural property (station) to rural property (farm), business to business in the Outback before modern communications. We hope it connects with you.