For several years Quatro pots and planters have been on display at Dragon Trees Australia, complementing the spectacular, architectural plants grown at the Chinderah nursery near Tweed Heads in northern New South Wales.
The display garden at the entrance to the nursery is worth a visit by itself. It typifies the modern outdoor area with timber decks, feature screens, stone-clad walls, built-in gardens and both small and large plants grown by Dragon Tress Australia. A 2.3 metre diameter Quatro Designer Bowl planted out with a large dragon tree sits atop a 3-metre high, stone-clad square column. There’s also a separate display area featuring Quatro planters.
Jason Jarrett is the principal at Dragon Trees Australia. He has focused on growing architectural plants from around the world, such as the Dragon Tree (dracaena draco), Tree Aloe (aloe barberae), Blue Nolina, Agave, Furcraea, and Dasylirion. These plants exhibit characteristics ideal for much of Australia – hardy and drought tolerant. They’re highly sought after by landscape architects, designers and clientele who want that special look for their projects.
On Saturday and Sunday, December 6-7, Dragon Trees Australia will be having a plant sale where the general public can buy architectural plants at significantly reduced prices. Quatro Design will also be involved – we’ll have numerous pots, bowls, square and rectangular planters on display for sale
So if you’re after that special plant with matching planter, come along to the Dragon Trees Australia sale on December 6-7. The nursery is located at 13 Waugh St, Chinderah. Their website is www.dragontrees.net.au.