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Hello and Welcome to Hawkins Home & Garden's new website

We hope you enjoy exploring our website where we aim to give you information on everything you want to know about gardening in S.E. Queensland and N. New South Wales. We will be updating our website regularly with gardening tips, plant information and our latest products so please pop back from time to time to see what's new. 

Plant Categories

PLANT CATEGORIES

Use the plant category tool to easily search our online database of stunning colour photographs and plant information.

  • John Hawkins' Top 20 Plants

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  • Waterwise

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  • Australian Natives

    Australian Natives

  • Tropical Garden

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  • Herbs

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  • Hedges & Edges

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  • Creeping & Climbing

    Creeping and Climbing

  • Grow your own food

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  • Cacti & Succulents

    Cacti & Succulents

  • Bromeliads

    Bromeliads

  • Azaleas

    Azaleas

  • Topiary

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  • Shrubs

    Shrubs

  • Trees

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  • Ground Covers

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  • Grasses

    Grasses

  • Ferns

    Ferns

  • Ginger & Heliconias

    Ginger & Heliconias

  • Crotons & Cordylines

    Crotons & Cordylines

  • Shade Loving Plants

    CLIVEAS

  • The Scented Garden

    The Scented Garden

  • Water Gardens

    Water Gardens

  • Palms

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  • Plants for Containers

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  • Feature Plants .5m to 3m

    Feature Plants .5m to 3m

  • Seedlings-Vegetables

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  • Camelias

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  • Roses

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  • Gardenias

    Gardenias

  • Magnolias

    Magnolias

  • Hibiscus

    Hibiscus

  • Flowering

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  • Conifers

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  • Frangipanis

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  • Indoor Plants

    Indoor Plants

  • Shrubs .5m to 1.5m

    Shrubs .5m - 1.5m

  • Shrubs 1.5m to 5m

    Shrubs 1.5 - 3m

  • Shrubs 3m to 5m

    Shrubs 3m - 5m

  • Bonsai

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  • Super Advanced Plants

    Super Advanced Plants

Green Deals

GREEN DEALS

Murraya 'Mock Orange'

Murraya Mock Orange

Sizes and prices to suit every budget and garden.       

140mm   9.99 or 5 for 35

200mm   19.99 or 3 for $45

300mm   $59.99 or 2 for $100

'Murrayas were Brisbane's stand-out garden success during the drought but are looking even better after the rain. so versatile, so practical!


 

LillyPilly Collection

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Big Red Lilly Pillies $69.99 each or 2 for $110.00

200mm (resillience (psylid resistant) $19.99 or 2 for $32

300mm  $59.99 or 2 for $100

Syzygium lillypilly are well-known and popular for very good reason. An excellent choice for a well-behaved plant for hedging or screening, requiring very little maintenance, once established.

The collection includes many different varieties. Ask the experts at Hawkins which one will be best for you. Regularly prune the fresh young growth to help create a tight, dense hedge and fertilise on a monthly basis.


 

Flower & Vegie Seedlings

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Punnets – 4 for $10 or $3 each 


Top 5 herbs

1.  Basil. Aromatic leaves combine deliciously with tomatoes, garlic and eggplant.  

2.  Mint. Enjoy in cold drinks, teas, dips, sauces or use as a garnish  

3.  Rosemary. A family tradition with roast lamb, very versatile with potatoes, breads, oils, dressings, herb butters, salads, & when barbecuing. 

4.  Parsley. Ideal for use in salads, sandwiches, soup, eggs, fish andpotato. 

5.  Chives.  great for salads & meats


Hawkins herbs we have in stock can vary, current stock available below:

Chives, Oregano, Mint- Spearmint, applemint, peppermint. Lemon balm, Egg Plant, Rosemary & BBQ Rosemarry, Sweat Potato, Passion fruit – Black, Red, Gold, Curry plant, Aloe Vera, Thyme, Sage Variegated.


 

Japanese Box

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Great for small hedges


 

Magnolia Little Gems

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Assorted Sizes Priced from $34.99

'They're simply beautiful' flowers are over-sized creamy-white, sweetly perfumed set against lush foliage featuring an underside of gorgeous brown 'velvet.'
John Hawkins favourite plant. "every garden should have one."

(Teddy Bear is now available)


 

Cordyline Collection

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200mm   

$19.99 or 3 for $45 


An outstanding foliage colour to your garden all year. Some cordylines prefer growing in the shade.

Ask the experts at Hawkins which varieties will best suite your garden. To create impact plant in groups of 3 or more. 


 

Rhoea Plants

Rhoea

$3.99 each or 3 for $10.00


 

Sugar Cane Mulch
 
$15.99 or 3 for $39


Cane Master Organic Sugar Cane Mulch has a light colour and fine texture. The mulch is chopped fine and compressed into a high compression bale for value for money. Cane Master contains less dust then other mulch products on the market which makes it superior and user friendly. Cane Master is ideal for all types of gardens as the mulch will compost down into the soil, which will enrich the soil structure with valuable nutrients. This superior mulch will encourage earthworm activity and improve the overall look of the garden. 


 

Hawkins' Superior Potting Mix

$11.99 or 3 for $30 (the mix we grow in)


 

Amgrow Gardenia,Azalea & Camelia pot and plant mix

$11.99 or 3 for $30


 

Amgrow Rose & Citrus Mix

3 for $30

My Garden at Hawkins

Hello and Welcome to 'My Garden at Hawkins'

At 'My Garden at Hawkins' you have the option to send us images of your garden which once seen will inform our experienced staff on how to best advise you on how to care for your garden. They will be able to recommend plants which will suit your garden and compliment what you already have.

You can send images and any questions you might have about your garden by emailing us using the submission form below. This is a free service we offer just to our Hawkins' customers. We will be showcasing our Queensland Gardens regularly and will also email you offers and tips on how best to look after your garden.

The owners of the gardens in our showcase this week are going to be opening their doors to the public. Details of the location of each garden and the dates they are showing their gardens can be viewed by clicking on the image for each garden below. More information about Open Gardens Australia and other gardens in the scheme can be found here.
 

 

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