Monkey Grass, Ophiopogon Japonicus, Evergreen, No Mowing, Great for Borders, Pots and Accents

100 Plugs - Mondo Grass also called Monkey Grass, Ophiopogon Japonicus, Evergreen, no mowing

The recycling and repurposing possibilities are endless! | Just Imagine - Daily Dose of Creativity

The recycling and repurposing possibilities are endless!

DIY Garden Tool Organizer : upcycle a wooden palette by hanging onto the wall of shed or garage to store garden tools (Lowe's Creative Ideas Pallet Project).

Myoporum parvifolium - effective Australian native groundcover.

Myoporum parvifolium - Uses: Groundcover and erosion control Fire resistant Heat tolerant Wind Tolerant Coastal Tolerant

Tiered Raised Garden Beds This might be a   good solution for my veggie/ herb garden - Rugged Thug

For our very very long yard! Great idea for those that like an easy, nice, neat and tidy solution to garden beds in their back yard that is also space saving. Tiered Raised Garden Beds This might be a good solution for my veggie/ herb garden

Replacing rye lawns with an Australian variety. Eg. kangaroo grass (Themeda triandra), various wallaby grasses (formerly Danthonia species, now divided into different genera), weeping grass (Microlaena stipoides) and red grass (Bothriochloa macra). Australian grasses grow slowly and don't produce much pollen. Buffalo grass produces less pollen than other lawns. Or replace your lawn with a groundcover such as kidney creeper (Dichondra repens), native violets (Viola hederacea, above), or…

Low-allergen garden

Australian grasses grow slowly and don't produce much pollen. Buffalo grass produces less pollen than other lawns. Or replace your lawn with a groundcover such as kidney creeper (Dichondra repens), native violets (Viola hederacea, above), or pebbles.

Euphorbia ‘Blue Haze’

Euphorbia 'blue haze' Sun to Part-shade. I love the blue foliage and the chartreuse 'flower' bracts.

Viola betonicifolia - Australian native violet. Shade loving groundcover.

Viola betonicifolia There is more than one violet native to Australia. In fact there are 11 species, but we hardly ever hear about most of them.


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