✯ Waratah - Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens - Tasmania, Australia

Waratah (Australian relative of the Rhododendron/Azalea), Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, Tasmania, Australia.

australian landscapes by ian johnson | Australian gardens – landscape & plants | GardenDrum

What makes an Australian garden ‘Australian’? Leslie Simpson, garden designer, and I think we’ve cracked the code. Listen here to Design Elements, where we’re discussing Australian themed gardens.

Australian natives in a cottage garden

Cut Leaf Daisy (Brachyscome) - Australian native, ideal ground cover, prolific flowering, many colours available

Australian Botanical Illustration    Acacia binervata    Two-veined Hickory   artist: Edward Minchen (1862-1913)   from: 'The Flowering Plants and Ferns of New South Wales - Part 5' (1896)  by J H Maiden,  NSW Government Printing Office

Australian Botanical Illustration Acacia binervata Two-veined Hickory artist: Edward Minchen from: 'The Flowering Plants and Ferns of New South Wales - Part by J H Maiden, NSW Government Printing Office

(1854) - Curtis's botanical magazine. - Biodiversity Heritage Library

The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.

Grevillea 'Austraflora Fanfare' • Australian Native Plants Nursery • Plants • 800.701.6517

Grevillea 'Austraflora Fanfare' Beautiful low-growing for and mass planting.

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

Tetratheca thymifolia - great article on potted Australian native plants including bird attracting natives.

Australian native plants (at Vaughan's Nursery, Curlewis, Victoria)

Australian native plants (at Vaughan's Nursery, Curlewis, Victoria)Would love to add some ground cover and colour in my native garden

Crinum pedunculatum. This White Crinum can tolerate an incredible range of conditions from dry soils to wet soils or even submerged conditions, and full sun to full shade. Favorite conditions are lightly dappled shade and submerged in the water.

This White Crinum can tolerate an incredible range of conditions from dry soils to wet soils or even submerged conditions, and full sun to full shade. Favorite conditions are lightly dappled shade and submerged in the water.

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