Best Australian Native Feature Plants
7 leading landscape designers reveal their favourite Australian natives. Give your garden a truly local feel!
Hakea Laurina otherwise known at pincushion hakea, emu bush or the Noongar name is Kodjet. Photographed in Denmark, Western Australia
Star of the season Dwarf Banksia
Dwarf Banksias prove that no space doesn’t mean no impact. These low-growing banksias have full-sized flowers that are shining beacons all through ...
5 fast growing shade trees Australia
Gardens great and small can benefit from trees: for providing shade, a habitat to native birds and their positive contribution to the environment. Here are 5 fast growing shade trees in Australia and how to grow them.
CA Friendly Design Ideas | Roger's Gardens
Need Inspiration? Below you will find over 100 local Orange County gardens that are all demonstrating California Friendly elements. We've organized this page by style of garden. If you need additional design or plant help, stop by Roger’s Gardens or contact our landscape department to inquire about complete California Friendly garden design and installation.
Leucospermum 'Scarlet Ribbon' (Pincushion)
Incredibly beautiful, Leucospermum 'Scarlet Ribbon' (Pincushion) is a compact, rounded, evergreen shrub with large, salmon pink flower clusters resembling pincushions and purplish-red stripings resembling bright red ribbons. Borne at the end of each branch, they are produced in such abundance that they cover the plant from late spring to midsummer. The vibrant green foliage is tough and leathery, and spirally arranged on the stems. 'Scarlet Ribbon' is a charming hybrid which results from a…
Leucospermum 'Scarlet Ribbon' and Blue Chalk Sticks
Perhaps amongst the most beautiful of the proteas? When they get of good size and a sunny well drained slope such as this, they can be stunning in full bloom. So many flowers, and great for flower arrangements.
Mounted Staghorn Fern in Vintage Print Burlap
Staghorn Ferns get their name from the large, bifurcated, antler-like fronds that shoot out dramatically from the center of the plant. As epiphytes that grow naturally in the crooks of tree trunks, they're ideal candidates for mounting, as they require little root space to thrive. Mounted on wooden boards, and finished with vintage-print burlap for a rustic feel, these plaques are truly living works of art. PLANT CARE • Light: Bright, indirect light • Water: When soil at base of plant feels…
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Debra Lee Baldwin Southern California backyard hillside garden with citrus tree, cactus, and succulents