Issue #4 December 2012
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In This Issue

Featured Article: Ozbreed wins at Kidsafe Awards

Tanika turns 10

3D Graphics for your Landscape Project

Ozbreed on Facebook

Plant profiles:

MUNDI™ Westringia  fruticosa ‘WES05’ PVR intended

Nyalla™ Lomandra longifolia ‘LM400’   PVR

Sweet MistPhormium tenax ‘PH0S2’   PVR
Ozbreed wins at Kidsafe Awards
Ozbreed wins at Kidsafe Awards

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Previous popular articles
Plants for rain gardens

Organic soils and mulches

Future release plants and the Ozbreed gardens

Playground mulch trial
Welcome to the latest edition of New Zealand Landscape News.
Some great articles in this issue, Ozbreed won at the Kidsafe Awards in Australia for our Playground Mulch Trials, Tanika turned 10 in 2012 and more.
All of us here at Ozbreed would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and  a safe holiday break.


Beck Dutschke
Tanika turns 10
Tanika turns 10
Thats right, our Lomandra Tanika is 10 years old in 2012. Tanika has proven to be one of the toughest and most reliable landscape plants over the last decade.
Full article

Dont forget you can now get 3D graphics
3D graphics
Showing your clients the finished product before it is finished is possible and has been for a while. Full article
  Ozbreed on Facebook

We have come into the 21st century and joined the social media craze.

Like us on Facebook today

Plant Profile: MUNDIWestringia  fruticosa ‘WES05’ PVR
Mundi now available in NZ

This tough evergreen ground cover form of Westringia fruticosa is now available in New Zealand.

For more information on MUNDI™ Westringia fruticosa ‘WES05’ and where to buy click here.

Plant Profile: NYALLA ® Lomandra longifolia ‘LM400’ PVR
Nyalla plant profile

Nyalla is an improved semi-compact fine leaf form of the popular Lomandra longifolia that makes a great alternative to an Australian grass tree. Full article
Plant Profile: SWEET MIST ® Phormium tenax ‘PH0S2’ PVR
Sweet Mist plant profile

Sweet Mist a stunning New Zealand Flax  is becoming more and more popular throughout New Zealand. Click here for more information.
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