Australian natives for butterflies

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Grevillea 'Long John' -  Long weeping bright green leaves; dramatic orange-pink flowers winter through spring. Grows to 10 feet tall, 15 feet wide. Low water, well draining soil, avoid high phosphorus fertilizers. Full sun. Plant 8 feet on center for hedge.

A dazzling plant you’ve never seen before

This, my friends, is Grevillea 'Long John'. I'm very excited to introduce you to him because there is nothing about this plant not to love. It is waterwise, easy to grow, and a real show-off whether it is in flower or not. It gets about 8' tall, so plan on making it a focal point in your…

Learn How to Grow Craspedia (Billy buttons), growing it is easy. It is native to Australia and belongs to the Asteraceae family. The plant forms a rosette of leaves and yellow spherical flowers that looks like small tennis balls and are very decorative. It blooms year round in warm climates and can grow up to 4 - 24 inches tall, depending on the variety.

How to Grow Craspedia (Billy Buttons)

Learn How to Grow Craspedia (Billy buttons) in this article. It looks great in garden borders. You can also use it in vases and floral arrangements.

Hardenbergia ‘Alba’ - Australian native twining plant which is not overly vigorous but will cover a fence or trellis. It has leathery, dark green leaves and pea-shaped purple flowers in late winter and spring.

Hardenbergia ‘Alba’ - Australian native twining plant which is not overly vigorous but will cover a fence or trellis. It has leathery, dark green leaves and pea-shaped purple flowers in late winter and spring.

Dianella revoluta - Black-anther Flax-lily , victorianflora

All Plants - victorianflora

Dianella longifolia / Pale Flax-lily

Bulbine bulbosa - bulbine lily, requires irrigation summer-autumn to flower year-round

Bulbine bulbosa - Growing Native Plants

Wahlenbergia communis Tufted Bluebell an indigenous wildflower among Wallaby Grass in my backyard. Melbourne Australia. [xpost from r/australianplants] #gardening #garden #DIY #home #flowers #roses #nature #landscaping #horticulture

Wahlenbergia communis, Tufted Bluebell, an indigenous wildflower among Wallaby Grass in my backyard. Melbourne, Australia. [xpost from r/australianplants]

Wahlenbergia communis Tufted Bluebell an indigenous wildflower among Wallaby Grass in my backyard. Melbourne Australia. [xpost from r/australianplants] #gardening #garden #DIY #home #flowers #roses #nature #landscaping #horticulture

Pimelea linifolia: Rice flower

Chrysocephalum semipapposum

Clustered Everlasting - Victorian Native Seed

General Description: A tufted, perennial, mid-green to pale grey-green herb with erect, leafy stems to 1 m tall. Flower is made up of a number of bright yellow, globular flower heads, clustered at the stem tips. Flowers and Fruit: Small yellow flowers in terminal clusters, flowers from September to May. Seeds are small and blow ...

Arthropodium milleflorum Pale vanilla lily

Arthropodium milleflorum - Growing Native Plants

Chrysocephalum semipapposum - common/clustered everlasting, benefits from severe prune at base just above soil level in autumn

Chrysocephalum semipapposum (Clustered Everlasting) | Mallee Native Plants

Chrysocephalum semipapposum (Clustered Everlasting) | Mallee Native Plants

Arthropodium strictum  - Chocolate Lily   Synonym:	Dichopogon strictus

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Arthropodium strictum - Chocolate Lily Synonym: Dichopogon strictus

Arthropodium milleflorum - Vanilla Lily

Arthropodium milleflorum - Growing Native Plants

Arthropodium milleflorum - Vanilla Lily

Bulbine bulbosa, commonly known as bulbine lily, is a flowering plant in the genus Bulbine. It is endemic to Australia. Though other common names include Golden Lily, Leek Lily, Wild Onion, Yellow Onion Weed, and Native Leek, it is not a member of the Lilaceae, the lilies, or the Alliaceae, the onions and leeks

Bulbine bulbosa, commonly known as bulbine lily, is a flowering plant in the genus Bulbine. It is endemic to Australia. Though other common names include Golden Lily, Leek Lily, Wild Onion, Yellow Onion Weed, and Native Leek, it is not a member of the Lilaceae, the lilies, or the Alliaceae, the onions and leeks