Calectasia is a genus of flowering plants in the family Dasypogonaceae. They are commonly referred to as Tinsel Lilies, and are endemic to southern Australia

Blue Tinsel Lily, Cape Tinsel Lily (Calectasia cyanea) A wooden perennial herb that grows up to high. The flowering season occurs from June to October.

Fringe Lilly (Asparagaceae thysanotus) Cape Arid National Park, Western Australia

Cape Arid National Park, Western Australia My favourite flower ever - grows wild at my Mother's place.

Garden Path Made With Pallets

This is a very cool idea! For a path through the beds in the side yard. This one uses stone or cement. I think this would translate into wooden pallet planks very well.

Eucalyptus macrocarpa - Rose of the west, a favourite, hardy, bird-friendly Australian native species

Eucalyptus Macrocarpa - Rose of the West, a favourite, hardy, bird-friendly Australian native species aka red flowering gum.

meadowlike grasses

20 Favorite Garden Cottages & Sheds

landscape designer Brandon Peterson planted a garden full of meadowlike grasses. “It’s a perfect place to relax with friends—or a sketchboo.- great 'native' look, small room

Native garden at the front with taller trees/shrubs close to the road providing privacy and lower, colourful plants nearer the house providing depth and interest

Dampiera diversifolia  An Australian native ground cover. Covered in deep blue flowers from spring to early summer. Thrives in a partly shaded position with good drainage, tolerates some dryness. Perfect for rockeries and retaining walls.

Dampiera diversifolia An Australian native ground cover. Covered in deep blue flowers from spring to early summer. Thrives in a partly shaded position with good drainage, tolerates some dryness. Perfect for rockeries and retaining walls.

The Birds Nest fern, native to the Australian rainforest

The Birds Nest fern, native to Australian rainforest. beautiful in the shaded garden. For under the hawthorn

Chrysocephalum apiculatum (grey leafed form)

Native Australian Plants: Chrysocephalum apiculatum (grey leafed form) full sun to partial shade

Eucryphia lucida, commonly known as Leatherwood is a species of trees or large shrubs endemic to forests of Western Tasmania. It is widespread and common in moister forests in Tasmania, occuring mainly across the western parts of the state, from the northwest in such places as the Tarkine and through the south west wilderness

Eucryphia lucida, commonly known as Leatherwood is a species of trees or large shrubs endemic to forests of Western Tasmania.Leatherwood honey is to die for.

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