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1 : Achillea umbellata 2 : Phlomis lychnitis 3 : Rhodanthemum hosmariense 4 : Santolina rosmarinifolia 'Caerulea' 5 : Artemisia lanata 6 : Lomelosia cretica 'Jeanne et Jean' 7 : Lavandula dentata 'Cap Rihr' 8 : Ballota pseudodictamnus

Gravel bed plants: 1 : Achillea umbellata 2 : Phlomis lychnitis 3 : Rhodanthemum hosmariense 4 : Santolina rosmarinifolia 'Caerulea' 5 : Artemisia lanata 6 : Lomelosia cretica 'Jeanne et Jean' 7 : Lavandula dentata 'Cap Rihr' 8 : Ballota pseudodictamnus

Japanese garden - karesansui Kokeniwa

日本庭園 ~枯山水 苔庭:Japanese garden - karesansui Kokeniwa (Correlation with Japanese knitting: texture as in cabling combined with colour as in stranded yarn knitting, popular in Japanese knitting designs.

Blue Chalk is a spreading succulent with a distinct “blue” shade and interesting texture. Use as a ground-cover, in pots, as a border and to add contrast.

Senecio Mandraliscae Blue Chalk SticksBlue chalk sticks is an attractive easy care succulent with chalky blue-green finger shaped leaves. This plant works well in borders, containers and rock gardens. Can also be used as a house plant.

contrast of textures & colours, coastal garden, low maintenance plants, by Fiona Brockhoff Design

Contrast of textures & colours, coastal garden, low maintenance plants, by Fiona Brockhoff Design

Click here www.theshortcollection.com.au/Australian-Flowers for information on the Australian Wild Gum Blossom. Buy a Handmade greeting card with this photo for just $4.50 delivered.

This unique plant can support biodiversity as it can mix well with other plants and supports pollinators

Banksia Integrifolia cone: Australian flower

Banksia Integrifolia cone: Australian flowers aren't just about blossoms! are great for craft projects and floral art

Silver grey & green foliage//Robert Boyle Landscaping - Moorooduc

Make the most of our rich native flora and fauna with these Australian native garden design ideas brought to you by Australian Outdoor Living.


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