“Acmena Smithii, the Lilly Pilly’s green delight,

A hedge so vibrant, a mesmerizing sight!”

“Acmena Smithii, Lilly Pilly’s delightful spree,

A hedge so grand, a sight to see!”

“Acmena Smithii, Lilly Pilly’s lush embrace,
A hedge of serenity, a tranquil space!”

“Acmena Smithii, Lilly Pilly’s lush embrace,

A hedge of serenity, a tranquil space!”

“Acmena Smithii, the Lilly Pilly’s green delight,

A hedge so vibrant, a mesmerizing sight!”

“Acmena Smithii, Lilly Pilly’s delightful spree,

A hedge so grand, a sight to see!”

Wintered Plants

“Acmena Smithii, Lilly Pilly’s lush embrace,

A hedge of serenity, a tranquil space!”

“Acmena Smithii, the Lilly Pilly’s green delight,

A hedge so vibrant, a mesmerizing sight!”

“Acmena Smithii, Lilly Pilly’s delightful spree,

A hedge so grand, a sight to see!”

wintered cuphea

Wintered Cuphea

wintered murraya

Wintered Murraya

Other times the cold can have a different effect. Young murraya’s and ixora’s leaves may go paler green. This is not a lack of fertiliser.

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wintered Trachelospermum

Wintered Trachelospermum

During winter some plants change colours to varying degrees. Trachelospermum’s, durants’s (sheenas gold), and cuphea’s are examples of plants which gain pigments that change the leaf darker, usually red or purple.

This is perfectly normal for young plants and they will correct themselves come spring.

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