Orange Pincushion from the Protea Specie

*I like this orange pincushion! at table etc together with proteas and other beautiful flowers (but all in separate vases!) ORANGE PINCUSHION ~ from the Protea Specie

Pincushion Protea (Leucospermum) 'Scarlet Ribbon' grows in our garden.  www.theblinkwater.com

Pincushion Protea (Leucospermum) Scarlet Ribbon (protea plants only found in Aust & in Sth Africa)

Leptosperma, Australian tea tree.  Something different, pretty little flowers for the garden.

a new love

Leptospermum scoparium Tea Tree Hardy to Zone drought tolerant once…

LEUCADENDRON argenteum

LEUCADENDRON argenteum

Leafless Rock Wattle

Acacia aphylla - ideal low hedging plant for deterring interlopers

SCREENING PLANTS **Lilly pilly (*Syzygium smithii*)** The lilly pilly has glossy green leaves, flowers in summer and produces maroon edible berries. It grows between 3-5m tall, but can be maintained at a shorter height. Be aware that birds like to eat the berries and their red droppings stain pavements and decks.   Photo: Brent Wilson / bauersyndication.com.au: [object Object]

Top 5 screening plants for your garden

Garden expert Dale Vine looks at the top five screening plants for your garden, from low hedges to towering conifers.

Protea pink ice,  hardiest of all proteas. 2.5m x 2m.

Protea 'special pink ice' Presumedly the hardiest protea

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