Beyond the Chain-Link Fence

An experiment in combining South Australian indigenous plants with old and close-to-species roses on my hot, dry verge. Hopefully, they'll agree to get along, and eventually turn into an easy care, drought-resistant, multi-textured symphony of yellows, greens, rusty reds, purples and silver, as well as providing multi-level tree, shrub and ground cover habitat for birds, insects and lizards. :-)
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Angus’s Top Ten Australian Plants For Colour - Conostylis Grey Cottonheads

Angus’s Top Ten Australian Plants For Colour - Conostylis Grey Cottonheads

Myoporum parvifolium Purpurea  An Australian native, evergreen, matting, prostrate ground cover with small white, star flowers produced in Spring and Summer above attractive purple, tinged foliage which deepens in colour during Winter. Fast growing

Myoporum parvifolium Purpurea An Australian native, evergreen, matting, prostrate ground cover with small white, star flowers produced in Spring and Summer above attractive purple, tinged foliage which deepens in colour during Winter. Fast growing

Chrysocephalum apiculatum Silver and Gold

Detailed description of the Paper Daisy (Chrysocephalum apiculatum) 'Silver and Gold' cultivar/variety.

Chrysocephalum apiculatum. Common Everlasting

Chrysocephalum apiculatum. Common Everlasting

'Maréchal Niel' - a possible candidate for climbing into the Wattle, instead of Duchesse d'Auerstadt

'Maréchal Niel ' Rose Photo, noisettes are usually shade tolerant

Chrysocephalum apiculatum 'Silver and Gold' - the flowers seem to go a deeper shade, more orangey, as they age/dry out

Chrysocephalum apiculatum 'Silver and Gold' - the flowers seem to go a deeper shade, more orangey, as they age/dry out

Asteraceae (=daisy family) Chrysocephalum apiculatum

Asteraceae (=daisy family) Chrysocephalum apiculatum

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