Growing Australian natives in containers by Anna Rees (Australian Plants Online) (photo is of a Tetratheca thymifolia)

Growing Australian natives in containers by Anna Rees (Australian Plants Online) (photo is of a Tetratheca thymifolia)

Leptospermum daydream. A low spreading shrub with masses of bright pink flowers, this hybrid tea tree makes a spectacular display in the garden or a pot. Bird and insect attracting plant. Good for a fast growing screen or hedge. Prefers a full sun to part shade position, drought tolerant once established. Grows 2m high x 1.5m wide.

Leptospermum daydream. A low spreading shrub with masses of bright pink flowers, this hybrid tea tree makes a spectacular display in the garden or a pot. Bird and insect attracting plant. Good for a fast growing screen or hedge. Prefers a full sun to part shade position, drought tolerant once established. Grows 2m high x 1.5m wide.

Hardenbergia violacea (Happy wanderer). Australian native climber. Vigorous climbing habit, useful plant for covering pergolas, trellises and fences or used as a spreading ground cover. Its leaves are glossy green in colour and the flowers are a rich violet-mauve in colour. They are borne profusely from winter to early spring. Prefers a full sun to part shade position. Grows 2m high x 2m wide.

Hardenbergia violacea (Happy wanderer). Australian native climber. Vigorous climbing habit, useful plant for covering pergolas, trellises and fences or used as a spreading ground cover. Its leaves are glossy green in colour and the flowers are a rich violet-mauve in colour. They are borne profusely from winter to early spring. Prefers a full sun to part shade position. Grows 2m high x 2m wide.

Brachyscome is one of the #australian natives featured in our #rhschelsea #garden.

Brachyscome is one of the #australian natives featured in our #rhschelsea #garden.

Chrysocephalum apiculatum. hardy Australian native plant

Ghostly-Grey Plants for Autumn

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