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50 Modern Front Yard Designs and Ideas — RenoGuide - Australian Renovation Ideas and Inspiration

A well manicured front yard helps to frame your home and prefaces the interior and family inside, providing an initial welcome. A well thought out and organised front yard design and landscaping should compliment the natural terrain of the land and enhance the general theme of the home. When designi

Hakea francisiana (Syn - Hakea coriacea) - Cork Tree, Bottlebrush Hakea, Pink Spike Hakea - © All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images

Hakea francisiana (Syn - Hakea coriacea) - Cork Tree, Bottlebrush Hakea, Pink Spike Hakea

Copyright - All Rights Reserved - Black Diamond Images Family : Proteaceae florabase.dec.wa.gov.au/browse/profile.php/2163

Leucadendron argenteum / Silver Tree by Van in LA, via Flickr

Leucadendron argenteum / Silver Tree

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Grevillea armigera. Cool flowers, plants.

Kings Park Festival 2012

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Grevillea lavandulacea (Lavender Grevillea)

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Grevillea Dorothy  Gordon: A compact grevillea to 3m high x 2 wide, great informal hedging and screening. It has large two toned flowers lilac/pink and beautifully contrasting dark burgundy, flushes throughout the year, as well as bronzed new foliage growth. Dorothy is a magnet to honey eating birds and mammals, she's drought tolerant and grows well on a wide range of soil types. Performs best in a sunny spot with well drained soil, but can take light shade.

Garden Radio Round Up August 13 - 14

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Mourning Johnston Drummond and Kabinger. Black Kangaroo Paw, Macropidia fuliginosa, Western Australian Botanical Garden, Perth, Australia | by Rana Pipiens

Mourning Johnston Drummond and Kabinger. Black Kangaroo Paw, Macropidia fuliginosa, Western Australian Botanical Garden, Perth, Australia

Curtis's Botanical Magazine, that wonderful source of botanical information presented in marvellous style, gives a description in 1847 of 'Anigozanthos fuliginosa'. It is already then remarked that this Black Kangaroo Paw is quite different from the other kinds of Anigozanthos (and later it received its own particular name: Macropidia fuliginosa, Sooty Bigfoot, I would say...). Curtis's quotes from a recent letter received by the London Journal of Botany from James Drummond (1786/7-1863)…

Mourning Johnston Drummond and Kabinger. Black Kangaroo Paw, Macropidia fuliginosa, Western Australian Botanical Garden, Perth, Australia | by Rana Pipiens

Mourning Johnston Drummond and Kabinger. Black Kangaroo Paw, Macropidia fuliginosa, Western Australian Botanical Garden, Perth, Australia

Curtis's Botanical Magazine, that wonderful source of botanical information presented in marvellous style, gives a description in 1847 of 'Anigozanthos fuliginosa'. It is already then remarked that this Black Kangaroo Paw is quite different from the other kinds of Anigozanthos (and later it received its own particular name: Macropidia fuliginosa, Sooty Bigfoot, I would say...). Curtis's quotes from a recent letter received by the London Journal of Botany from James Drummond (1786/7-1863)…

Eremophila nivea "Spring Mist"

Pacific Horticulture Society | Pacific Plant Promotions – Eremophila nivea

Eremophilas have great potential for cultivation, and a few species have long been grown in California, the most well-known being the red-flowered Eremophila maculata, its yellow-flowered form ‘Aurea’, and some of the many selections of E. glabra. A more recent introduction is E. racemosa, sometimes dubbed Easter egg eremophila or Easter egg bush for its pink and orange bicolored flowers, also sent to the Huntington by Tom Kuykendall in May 1989 from Zanthorrhoea Nursery....

Grevillea 'Loopy Lou' Australian Plants Online

Grevillea Loopy Lou

Grevillea 'Loopy Lou' DESCRIPTION: Compact growing native with large nectar-rich brushes in shades of pink and yellow. USE IN: Wildlife and native gardens - Grevilleas are loved by honey eaters flocking to feed on the flowers. Ideal in rockeries; suited to container planting. Versatile-size feature shrub. LOCATION: Plant in a partly shaded to full sun position to get the longest flowering period. Ensure soil is well composted and drains freely. Grevilleas can tolerate dry spells, suitable…