Ornamental Grasses Border ........................ 1. White Sagebrush 'Silver Queen' (Artemisia ludoviciana) 2. Gray's Sedge (Carex grayi) 3. Curry Plant (Helichrysum italicum) 4. Black-Flowered Fountaingrass (Pennisetum viridescens) 5. Tall Verbena (Verbena bonariensis) 6. Eulalia, Maiden Grass 'Adagio' (Miscanthus sinensis) 7. Eulalia, Maiden Grass 'Silberfeder' (Miscanthus sinensis)

SAID A BLADE OF GRASS Said a blade of grass to an autumn leaf, “You make such a noise falling!

Sarah and Roger Budarick’s drought tolerant garden, Boat’s End, in Australian House and Garden.

Low rainfall garden / Agave americana with its distinctive pointy leaves / the lime-green heads of Euphorbia / bold pink flower spires of sprawling Echium / Gazanias in foreground

Is it Time to Reconsider Using Australian Natives?

Raingardens are popping up all over the country. They look incredible and are a great way to save water and protect our environment from erosion and pollution. Find out everything you ever need to know about our water wise friend, the raingarden.

Musk Cottage. Flinders, Mornington Peninsula. Weekender of Rick Eckersley.

It was pouring with rain the day I got to see Musk Cottage as part of the Australian Landscape Conference tour. But it was such a wonderful garden, … Continue reading →

Australian-Native-Flowers

these native flowers are dried up but when planted can create biodiversity, at the same time it can survive different climates

jump thru hoops

let the children play: it's playtime - obstacle courses with hoops hanging from tree

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