Buy EUCALYPTUS erythrocorys, Red Capped Gum, Illyarrie, seed
The large yellow flowers are preceded by large rectangular scarlet buds and are followed by large helmet shaped fruit. Often forms a weeping habit due to the weight of the flowers.
Wildflowers Abound in Toodyay, Western Australia | Boshack Outback
Only an hours drive out of Perth you can experience the vibrant colours and smells of spring. Take a drive and “Smell” Spring in Toodyay. The flowers abound in their magnificent colours, shapes, sizes and textures to delight. Walking down Stirling Terrace the smell of lavender permeates the air, the roses are flowering, the air is fresh and exhilarating as the mist lifts from the hills for the day. The surrounding countryside bursts with the colours of spring, in all varieties of…
Leucophyta brownii (syn. Calocephalus brownii) "Cushion Bush"
Specializing in rare and unusual annual and perennial plants, including cottage garden heirlooms and hard to find California native wildflowers.
Eucalyptus 'Moon Lagoon' • Australian Native Plants • Plants • 800.701.6517
Eucalyptus 'Moon Lagoon' [Fine leaved Mallee] part of the Myrtaceae family with White flowers flowering in Spring- Summer avaliable from Australian Native Plants located in Ventura, CA
PTILOTUS JOEY (PBR) - Garden Express
Ptilotus exaltatus Ptilotus Joey is a small Australian native shrub with large silver pink feathery spikes in spring and summer.. More suitable for drier
Silver Dollar Gum Tree - wedding must-have. Just go plant one in your backyard now, I don't care if your 12 years old, this foliage will stay current! Plant it!
Kings Park Festival
Kings Park Festival is an annual event which occurs during the month of September and offers a wide range of free events and entertainment for the people of Perth.
Ground Cover Plants | Nurseries Online
Ground Cover plants are used for flowers and foliage as well as erosion control, and to help retain moisture. Many varieties are available for sale online.
Instagram post by Rowena Mabbott • Jan 13, 2017 at 9:15pm UTC
The angophora tree sheds its bark around this time each year leaving a stunning orange/red trunk which tends to stand out in the the green of the bush! It's a timely reminder that we like nature can change and transform too. Either shedding what no longer serves us decluttering our lives or changing the way we approach the world. What are you transforming this year?
I just thought i would share some pics of a nice healthy specimen growing over here (Far West NSW, Semi Arid Zone) I did use the search engine to see if there was a appropriate thread for this & didnt find anything If anyone has info to share pm me or post here, its a single plant i was wonde...
How to 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. In this article, you'll be introduced to some examples. Grow lily pilly as a...