Sturt's Desert Pea flowers, a native of all mainland Australian states with the exception of Victoria. Floral Emblem of South Australia and the Northern Territory.

Sturt's Desert Pea flowers, native of all mainland Australian states with exception of Victoria. Floral Emblem of South Australia and the Northern Territory.

dicksonia antarctica (australian tree fern) I want some of these!!!!!

dicksonia antarctica (australian tree fern) I have these in my garden under huge trees Queensland Aus. Lovely occasional spray of water on the centres makes a lot of difference.

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What makes an Australian garden ‘Australian’? Leslie Simpson, garden designer, and I think we’ve cracked the code. Listen here to Design Elements, where we’re discussing Australian themed gardens.

Protea pudens x longifolia Delicate pink flowers produced in abundance make this lovely shrub glow in winter. Suitable for cut flowers, it can be grown in pots and containers (with Australian native potting mix). V...

Protea pudens x longifolia Delicate pink flowers produced in abundance make this lovely shrub glow in winter. Suitable for cut flowers, it can be grown in pots and containers (with Australian native potting mix)

Ptilotus Joey - Australian native shrub for dry conditions full sun. will tolerate mild frost

Ptilotus exaltatus Ptilotus Joey is a small Australian native shrub with large silver pink feathery spikes in spring and summer. More suitable for dr

Australian Apple Berry Billardiera. A wild and very unusual evergreen climbing shrub. It is a small Australian vine found in cool, moist forests from southern New South Wales to Tasmania, where it is native. Deliciously scented, small bell shaped green yellow flowers are sometimes purple tinged and produced in summer.

Purple apple-berry (Billardiera longiflora) A small vine found in moist forests from southern New South Wales to Tasmania. The slender leafed vine has greenish-yellow flowers and shiny purple fruit. The fruit is edible

BANKSIA splendida. Native to Western Australia. Flowers have a pungent sweetish scent similar to that of many species of Banksia, there are two subspecies, with both yellow and maroon flowered plants occurring in each subspecies.

Native to Western Australia. Flowers have a pungent sweetish scent similar to that of many species of Banksia, there are two subspecies, with both yellow and maroon flowered plants occurring in each subspecies.

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