Drought-Tolerant Landscaping Ideas
Many drought-tolerant plants offer less-showy blooms, but make up for it with interesting foliage, such as this Japanese bloodgrass. #landscaping #gardentips #bhg
Landscaping with ornamental grass
You’re either a lover or hater of ornamental grass. It comes in lots of colours and textures and can be wild and bushy. If your style is contemporary then this garden will suit. It gives a bold impact to your landscaping. It’s decorative and low-maintenance so you can’t really go…
Glorious banksias, perfectly sized for your garden
Beautiful new cultivars of banksias mean that there's one sized right, from groundcover to waist-high, that can fit in any size garden, or even just a pot.
Lovely combination of native Australian grasses and succulents. Grey and green p... - İnstaglobal
Lovely combination of native Australian grasses and succulents. Grey and green p… Lovely combination of […]
Casuarina glauca 'Cousin It'
Casuarina glauca 'Cousin It' is a whimsical evergreen groundcover with a tight, prostrate habit. Adaptable and utilitarian, it will tolerate most soils and can be sited in both part shade and full sun. It is excellent in containers or spilling over walls and can be used as a dense groundcover or cascading down banks. Moderate to regular irrigation is required and it will
NAFRAY® Pennisetum is a compact drought tolerant native grass | Ornamental Native Grass
Nafray® Pennisetum alopecuroides is a tougher more compact native variety of Pennisetum that is more drought tolerant than the common form
Curio talinoides var. mandraliscae (Blue Chalk Sticks) | World of Succulents
Curio talinoides var. mandraliscae (Blue Chalk Sticks), formerly known as Senecio talinoides var. mandraliscae or Senecio mandraliscae, is...
Spiny-headed mat rush + cv - Inland Valley Garden Planner
The emerging popularity of grasses and grass-like plants in Inland Empire landscapes has led to many other successful plant introductions. The Spiny-headed mat rush is one of these new garden additions. It is a clumping perennial growing with a symmetrical shape, 4-5 ft. tall and as wide. Medium green foliage is comprised of flat stiff … Continue reading "Spiny-headed mat rush + cv"
How to pick Australian native plants for your garden
Take the guesswork out of gardening and go straight for plants that not only suit our harsh Australian climate, but also look beautiful in your garden.
Melbourne acreage transformed into haven of greenery
Kate Herd's garden is full of unusual and incredibly beautiful plants, arranged so that every tree, hedge and plant is shown to its best advantage.