Grevillea x gaudichaudii, a natural hybrid between Grevillea acanthifolia and Grevillea laurifolia that occurs where the range of the two species overlaps in the Blue Mountains of NSW. It is a groundcover that is perhaps at least as notable for its strongly red-tinted and deeply lobed young foliage as for its deep red, spring- to summer-borne toothbrush style flowerheads.
Grevillea Bronze Rambler - Evergreen. Large, dark red toothbrush flowers. Dense groundcover, contrast, hardy, mass planting, rockeries, bank planting, tub planting, erosion prevention. 200-500mm. www.divineplantsonline.com.au
Clematis microphylla 3x3 climber flowers July-November. Hardy fast growing long lived.