Quality specifications for Australian wildflowers – Baxter’s Banksia

Quality specifications for Australian wildflowers – Baxter’s Banksia

Banksia baxteri is a major Banksia  species grown for the cut-flower market. Its squat, domed, greenish yellow  flower heads are held on the ends of strong woody stems. Each brush-like flower head is composed of hundreds of tiny individual flowers or … Continued
Quality specifications for Australian wildflowers – Grevillea flowers

Quality specifications for Australian wildflowers – Grevillea flowers

Grevillea flowers have a relatively short vase life. They not usually exported from Australia, although they could be, as other countries have a significant grevillea export industry. For example, Israel exports large volumes of ‘Spiderman’, which has a good vase life.
Quality specifications for Australian wildflowers – riceflower

Quality specifications for Australian wildflowers – riceflower

Rice flower is used as a filler in mixed  bunches and dried arrangements and is popular on both the domestic and export markets. It is a spring-flowering, perennial, Australian native shrub which has been grown in plantations since the 1980s.
Quality specifications for Australian wildflowers – Scholtzia

Quality specifications for Australian wildflowers – Scholtzia

The plant grows naturally in coastal areas to the north and south of Perth, WA. It is an upright shrub up to 2 m tall. It prefers coarse, well-drained sandy soils. Plants tolerate hot and dry summer conditions, but summer irrigation is required … Continued
Quality specifications for Australian wildflowers – Leucospermum High Gold

Quality specifications for Australian wildflowers – Leucospermum High Gold

‘High Gold’ is a vigorous, early-flowering cultivar with large, bright yellow flower heads up to 8.5 cm in diameter. The flowers appear to glow against the dark green, heart-shaped leaves.