Tilba Nursery

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The Avenue, Tilba Tilba, NSW

TILBA NURSERY
The Avenue, Tilba Tilba , NSW
Specialising in rare and unusual plants

OPENING HOURS
May |
10am to 3pm – seven days a week.

Owners | Keith and Desiree
Phone | (02) 4473 7196
Email
info@tilbanursery.com.au

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    Australian Native Plants

    For more info + images of the new native plants in the nursery see our In the Nursery page or follow us on Instagram / Facebook for daily updates.

    Anigozanthos ‘Bush Elegance’ - features masses of dark red flowers for long periods across the cooler months. Keith. #inthenursery #autumn #anigozanthos #kangaroopaw #nativeplants
    Grevillea lanigera 'Mt Tamboritha' is low-growing form of this hardy native shrub which features a long flowering period from early autumn through to late spring. Over winter it is a popular source of nectar for birds, bees and other insects. We have both 'Mt Tamboritha' and the similar 'Woolly Bear Hero' forms in stock this week. Keith #inthenursery #nativeplants  #grevilleas #autumn
    Croweas are starting to flower in many gardens as we head into autumn and are very popular with butterflies and bees. We have lots of autumn flowering native plants in the nursery at the moment - including a good range of Croweas. Keith. #autumn #nativeplants #inthenursery #croweas
    Anigozanthos ‘Bush Crystal’ - currently flowering in the nursery. Keith. #kangaroopaws #nativeplants #inthenursery #anigozanthos
    New in the nursery this week is the rare/endangered Grevillea tenuiloba - a low growing WA species which features showy yellow/orange flowers for most of the year. Grafted plants have allowed this beautiful species - which is restricted to isolated populations in the wild - to be more widely grown in the east. Photos here are garden plants growing near Corunna. Grafted plants in stock are not flowering yet - but most are in bud. Limited numbers available so drop in this weekend to add one of these amazing grevs to your collection! Keith. #inthenursery #grevilleas #nativeplants
    Conostylis candicans is a clumping native which features cheery yellow flowers and beautiful silver/grey foliage. Flowers are starting to emerge on garden plants now and will continue throughout autumn, winter and spring. They make a spectacular soft border or massed display when planted in numbers and are always popular with bees and butterflies in the garden. Keith. #inthenursery #nativeplants #conostylis #conostyliscandicans
    Grevilleas are great option for winter colour in the garden - and are very popular with pollinators cross the cooler months! We currently have a range of winter-flowering varieties in the nursery - including the popular Grevillea 'Moonlight' which features large sprays of creamy white flowers for most of the year. Keith. #inthenursery #nativeplants #grevilleas #bees
    Before we recommend a bird-attracting plant we always like to run it past our resident bird-attraction expert! At the moment kangaroo paws and Grevilleas are very popular in our native plants collection - and both are great options to add to the autumn garden for colour through the cooler months. Keith. #inthenursery #nativeplants #birdattracting
    Anigozanthos ‘Bush Tenacity’ is a compact kangaroo paw which features striking yellow flowers with a dash of orange - plus reddish stems. Currently flowering in the nursery. Keith #inthenursery #nativeplants #kangaroopaws
    Grevillea 'Deua Flame' flowering in the nursery - very popular with local honeyeaters! Keith. #nativeplants #grevilleas #inthenursery
    'Bush Crystal' Kangaroo Paw flowering in the nursery. Keith. #inthenursery #nativeplants #summer #kangaroopaws