I have enough of these plants propagating naturally in my garden, so that I could use them to landscape my labyrinth in this manner ... might be interesting ...
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 ...
Conostylis 'Silver Sunrise' is a fantastic low growing Australian native, famed for its soft silvery foliage. It stands in a dense clump, and looks most effective when planted en masse. During spring and summer, ‘Silversunrise’ is adorned with a spectacular display of yellow flowers held above the foliage on silver stems.
One of Australia's unique flora are the Waratahs. Belonging to the genus Telopea, family Proteaceae, these flowers have become increasingly popular as not only floral arrangements, but also as garden plantings. Well known as crimson red in colour, they have also appeared in the wild in other colours from pink to yellow and white. With modern cultivation, these variations have been selected and bred to be made available for our gardens.
Sensitive waratahs love some shelter from the afternoon sun
PERHAPS one of the most spectacular of all Australian native flowering plants is the floral emblem of New South Wales, telopea speciosissima.