Native Everlasting Daisy Rhodanthe chlorocephala

Native Everlasting Daisy (Rhodanthe chlorocephala) Grows naturally in the south of Western Australia extending into South Australia.

Eucalyptus 'Moon Lagoon' - great for cut flowers, drought tolerant, prune regularly

Eucalyptus 'Moon Lagoon' - great for cut flowers, drought tolerant, prune regularly HARDY IN ZONE 5 ?

Brachyscome multifida. Low care Australian native daisy like ground cover plant.

Brachyscome Country Lights (Common Name – Rock Daisy) 125mm Pot

Also know as Australian Tea Tree (leptospermum laevigatum), most of the 86 different Leptospermum species make desirable garden plants and are available with white, pink or red flower shades. Cultivars range in size from 3-26 feet, so read labels carefully to avoid extra pruning. Leaves are evergreen and small. Hardiest are L. scoparium, L. lanigerum, L. liversidgei, L. polygalifolium, and L. rupestre, all of which can tolerate temperatures to -18°F; others are sensitive to frost. They…

Leptospermum scoparium, Ruby Glow: New Zealand Tea Tree, cold and drought tolerant, blooms Winter to Spring, zones-unknown.

(GL) Grevillea 'Long John'  Seems a little too dry for here but might be a good accent.

(GL) Grevillea 'Long John' use two of these along the west fence. Beautiful spring flowers and evergreen foliage!

I do love colour. This grove in the north east ‘goes off’ in spring with Grevillea ‘Moonlight’, Chamelaucium uncinatum ‘CWA Pink’, Anigozanthos ‘Bush Pizazz’, Grevillea ‘Jennifer Joy’, Callistemon spp. and Leptospermum ‘Cardwell’

Perched on the top of a windswept hill in the Hunter Valley, this Australian native garden started with some lofty goals: to offer beautiful views from the house;

Iconic Xanthorrhoea - AKA grass trees are dramatic stand-alone features.

Xanthorrhoea - AKA grass trees are dramatic stand-alone features.Our Australian Gardens.

Banksia Occidentalis - February Flowers

proteas and native flowers grown fresh in beautiful south-eastern Tasmania, weddings and floral design

How to Use Australian Native Plants to Grow a Hedge

Use Australian Native Plants to Grow a Hedge

How to Use Australian Native Plants to Grow a Hedge. If you'd like a hedge made purely from Australian native plants, there are some excellent choices to make. Grow lillypilly as a.

Love the plant atop the steel pipe! I have a large fern atop one to mimic a palm, since they don't grow well in my garden.

Dasylirion longissimum (Mexican grass tree) in a steel pipe. I'm sure an Australian grass could do just as well!

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