One of my favourite grassland plants.... Craspedia, otherwise known as Billy Buttons

Native Australian grassland plant- Craspedia, otherwise known as Billy Buttons

Vivid drought tolerant plantings . Grace Design Associates

Colorful plant palette – drought tolerant plantings – low water – shadow play (tall one with red flowers is Kangaroo Paw--Anigozanthos flavidus) ¡\/\/\/\!

Ornamental weeping gum with white trunk and large red flowers that are produced in spring. Flowers from a mature "Silver Princess".

Would love a flowing gum in the yard somewhere! Ornamental weeping gum with white trunk and large red flowers that are produced in spring. Flowers from a mature "Silver Princess".

Native Everlasting Daisy Rhodanthe chlorocephala

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

Leucadendron salignum (Devils blush) Beautiful burgundy winter flowers. Suitable for cut flowers, it can be grown in pots and containers (with Australian native potting mix). Very low maintenance, frost and drought tolerant once established. Suitable for a variety of soil types, but must be well drained. Prefers a full sun to part shade postion. Bird attracting. Grows 1m high x 1m wide.

Leucadendron salignum (Devils blush) Suitable for cut flowers.

NOT Western Australian - but gorgeous nontheless and if you're a rugby fan you know the NSW Waratah's are named after this beaut! Waratah by Greg Miles, via Flickr

The fabulously amazing Australian Waratah

Australia Native - Flannel flower.

Gentleness and sensitivity in touching, trust, openness, expression of feelings, joy in physical activity.

Australian Designer Peter Fudge | Backyard Gardening More

Gardening Path Archives - Page 4 of 11 - Gardening Living

This is such a colourful garden. Purple wandering jew (Tradescantia pallida) grows next to dwarf chalk sticks (Senecio serpens), contrasting with the bright yellow of the Libertia ‘Goldfinger’. Photo – Annette O’Brien for The Design Files.

Sam Clayton and Mal Wood

The Melbourne garden of Sam Clayton and Mal Wood, via The Design Files.

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