Bird garden

Plants and trees to encourage the birds
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Give me a home among the Eucalyptus ficifolia...with room for a rainbow lorikeet too.

Attracting and feeding birds is one of many good reasons to plant natives in our gardens. Eucalyptus ficifolia, and rainbow lorikeet.

anigozanthos bushfling Flowering Spring, Summer, Winter, Autumn Aspect Full Sun, Drought Tolerant, Heat Tolerant Type Australian Native, Bird Attracting, Height to 40cm, Width to 40cm

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Anigozanthos ~ ~ Kangaroo Paw is the common name for a group of Australia rhizomatous herbaceous perennials.. This genus is in the Haemodoraceae, primarily restricted to the southern Hemisphere. (Lophiloa - a small perennial bog plant is found in the eastern USA). The bird pollinated flowers are tubular and split lengthwise with the 6 lobed "claws" being on the upper side of the flower. Often theses flowers are brilliantly colored and are sometimes clothed by contrasting colored hairs.

"Kanga paw" Light Pink Kangaroo Paw Family: Haemodoraceae Genus: Anigozanthos Species: manglesii Tropicals and Tender Perennials. suitable for xeriscaping. Flowers are good for cutting. Suitable for growing in containers.

Callistemon Salignus - White Bottle Brush. Birds like it. I have always found Bottle Brush a funny plant - they like the heat, they are drought resistant but they do like good water for a nice flower display. Bird attracting. This particular Bottle Brush is more a tree.

Callistemon Salignus - White Bottle Brush. Birds like it. I have always found Bottle Brush a funny plant - they like the heat, they are drought resistant but they do like good water for a nice flower display. Bird attracting. This particular Bottle Brush is more a tree.

grevillea - these would be laden with honey - amazing sweet grevilleas for the birds and the bees!

Grevillea Asst Blooms - Grevillea - Flowers and Fillers - Flowers by category

Banksia - Australian wildflower Heavy producers of nectar, banksias are a vital part of the food chain in the Australian bush. They are an important food source for birds, bats, rats, possums, and bees.

Flowering Cone of Saw Banksia / Old Man Banksia: Banksia serrata [Family: Proteaceae], as seen from above. Photographed in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia.

river bottlebrush - for parrots and lorikeets

river bottlebrush - for parrots and lorikeets

Banksia are great bird attracting trees and Giant Candles light up Queensland winter gardens as no other. The Sunshine State is the place to avoid wet soggy winters. Birds with a taste for nectar are drawn to the golden glow of these prolific flowering hybrids. Not least into the winter-spring flowering cycle are the White-throated Honeyeaters who arrive in pairs and small family flocks to sample the good life of temperate Australia. However, long term forecast for the 2013 season is not…

Banksia are great bird attracting trees and Giant Candles light up Queensland winter gardens as no other. The Sunshine State is the place to avoid wet soggy winters. Birds with a taste for nectar are drawn to the golden glow of these prolific flowering hybrids. Not least into the winter-spring flowering cycle are the White-throated Honeyeaters who arrive in pairs and small family flocks to sample the good life of temperate Australia. However, long term forecast for the 2013 season is not…

Red Grevillia

Red Grevillia

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