Lambley Gardens & Nursery, 395 Lesters Road,  Ascot,  Victoria 3364
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Perennial Catalogue - ALL

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Achillea

Ageratum

Ajuga

Arctostaphylos

Arenaria

Armeria

Aster

Beschorneria

Buddleja

Clematis

We grow a lot of clematis here at Lambley and it’s hard to imagine the garden without them. They are deeply frost hardy, with much interesting breeding work done in Central and Northern Europe. Don’t be tempted in the summer when you see Clematis flowering in the big hardware stores as they really are best planted from now in their dormancy. They aren’t difficult to grow once the cultural differences of each type are understood. Mind you, all need a good depth of soil to be happy and a good dusting of lime helps if like us your soil is acid. Clematis prefer a sunny or lightly shaded spot in the garden and are not bothered by frosts in the least. Most varieties need some extra summer irrigation. Our Clematis are very competitively priced and available only while stocks last.

Supplied in their winter dormancy for best establishment Read more about Clematis Catalogue 2022

Ceratostigma

Corydalis

Echinops

Euphorbia

Garrya

Heuchera

Bred in Holland this new series of Heuchera is the best we’ve grown at Lambley. They are all evergreen perennials with beautiful ruffled lobed leaves. Heucheras are happy growing in any lightly shaded position as long as they are given some supplementary irrigation during dry periods. Indian Summer Heucheras will make tidy clumps some 35 cm tall by as much across and are beautiful when grown in pots. Wiry stems, held well above the foliage are adorned with many small white or pinkish bells. The flowers are delightful in posies as they last well in a vase. Read more about First Release of Indian Summer Heucheras

Heucherella

Hydrangea

Hydrangeas are a much-loved plant that featured in many an Australian garden during the last century and provide fond memories for their generous flowers and cooling presence. In hot inland districts it would be as well to plant them in a spot that is protected from the hottest sun and fiercest wind and don't allow to dry out. As good size shrubs they are quite drought resistant once mature. When grown in pots these benefit from a regular feed of a slow-release fertiliser every 8 to 10 weeks. Postage is a flat rate of just $12.50 Read more about Hydrangeas

Jasminum

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