Blue Fescue. Use blue fescue in large quantities to create big impact in the landscape. Its a great edging plant and its mounding habit is great for creating contrast with taller, more upright grasses. No matter how you employ it in your landscape, blue fescue features silvery-blue foliage that looks good from spring to fall.

Best Silver-Leaf Plants for Your Garden

great for creating contrast with taller, more upright grasses. Name: Festuca glauca 'Boulder Blue' blue fescue.Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Plant Size: To 1 foot tall and wide Zones:

Red Creeping Thyme. Grows 3 inches tall max - no mowing . Lemony scent. Gorgeous with lavender. Perennial. Repels mosquitoes. Can grow as entire lawn.

Red Creeping Thyme - grows 3 inches tall so very neat, no mowing needed, beautiful fresh lemony scent, perennial. repels mosquitoes, can grow as entire lawn.

Acacia cognata ‘Limelight’ from our #RHSChelsea best in show #garden #Australian #flowershow #flower #plant #flora

Acacia cognata ‘Limelight’ in medium black ball pot. - both options. Duplicated in garden bed

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

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

Scleranthus biflorus, lush green low mounding Australian native, with a moss like appearance.

Australian native 'Scleranthus biflorus' clumps in appearance of bright green moss. Ideal as a ground cover in rockeries and on steep banks, preferably in a well drained, full sun position

24 surprising plant combos

24 Surprising Plant Combos

A living carpet: Blue fescue with Puya coerulea, threadleaf nandina, and 'Ever Red' phormium, with incredible grass and hardscape patterning at the base.

Xanthorrhoea minor. It is an Australian native grass-like plant that does not develop an above ground trunk. The flowers contain considerable nectar which was used by aborigines to produce a sweet drink by soaking the flowers in water. The nectar also attracts honey eating birds. Flowering occurs in spring but it may not occur annually. It's an excellent garden plant that requires well drained soils in sun or dappled shade. The plant also makes an excellent container specimen.

It is an Australian native grass-like plant that does not develop an above ground trunk. sun or dappled shade. The plant also makes an excellent container specimen.


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