​Banksia spinulosa 'Birthday Candles' - ‘Birthday Candles’ looks great in a garden bed with Acacia ‘Limelight’.

Gondwana Nursery: Banksia Birthday Candles & Acacia cognata dwarf at MIFGS 2011

Plants Management Australia Pty Ltd  Erigeron 'Spindrift' - Fullsun / part shade - 20cmH x 50cm W - compact NOT invasive

Plants Management Australia Pty Ltd Erigeron 'Spindrift' - Fullsun / part shade - x W - compact NOT invasive

Casuarina Glauca "Cousin It" Cousin It is a groundcover form of the tough, hardy Australian native sheoak. It bears bright green foliage which forms a thick mat cascading over retaining walls or rocks.  Cousin It can handle most soil types and a range of conditions, however, it prefers a sunny to partly shaded position with well-drained soil. This native is tolerant of dry and coastal conditions. Requires low maintenance and water once established.  6" pot size.

Let's have hanging plants partially covering retaining walls. Also, use for upstairs balcony wall. Casuarina Glauca "Cousin It" Cousin It is a groundcover form of the tough, hardy Australian native sheoak.

Australian Native

Australian native plants (at Vaughan's Nursery, Curlewis, Victoria)Would love to add some ground cover and colour in my native garden

Scleranthus biflorus, Clumping Australian native, although not actually a grass, it grows in attractive mounds of what looks like a bright green moss. Foliage stays green all year round. Ideal as a ground cover, as it will creep over logs and grow well on steep banks. Perfect for rockeries...

Scleranthus biflorus 'Canberra Grass' - dense, moss-like native grass, highly tolerant of most growing conditions.

Scleranthus biflorus is a mound growing native ground cover commonly found in Tasmania, Victoria, New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory, Queensland and New Zealand.  The attractive bright green cushion-like perennial grows only a few cm’s high and has a dense spread of approximately 40cm. The ‘moss-like’ plant is suitable when planted as a border, …

Scleranthus biflorus is a mound growing native ground cover commonly found in Tasmania, Victoria, New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory, Queensland and New Zealand. The attractive bright green cushion-like perennial grows only a few cm’s high and has a dense spread of approximately 40cm. The ‘moss-like’ plant is suitable when planted as a border, …

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