Leptosperma, Australian tea tree. Something different, pretty little flowers for the garden.

Leptosperma, Australian tea tree, grows readily in NZ. Something different, pretty little flowers for the garden.

Native Violet - Viola hederacea or Viola banksii – native to Australia

Plant Lovin’ – Native Violet

Native Violet - Viola Hederacea Prostrate 15 x Flowers most of the year especially late winter to spring Semi shade, moist to wet soil Tolerates poor drainage & full sun to full shade Local to City of Yarra

Ground Cover plants list for shade in Australia : Some of the best ground cover plants for shade include : Hosta, Bergenia, Epimedium, Cornus canadensis, Parthenocissus, Potentilla, Ferns including Athyrium, Brunnera, Helleborus, Pultenea pedunculata and Tiarella all make great ground cover plants.

Ground Cover plants are used for erosion control and ornamental planting, readily available for sale online. We list best species for sun & shade, including native ground covers.

Mallee Design native Australian garden design. Servicing North Shore Eastern suburbs Marrickville Dulwich Hill Balmain Maroubra Sydney Wollongong Sutherland Shire Illawarra. Native plant specialist and horticulturist. Sustainable gardens, conservation and land management.

Mallee Design native Australian garden design. Servicing North Shore Eastern suburbs Marrickville Dulwich Hill Balmain Maroubra Sydney Wollongong Sutherland Shire Illawarra. Native plant specialist and horticulturist. Sustainable gardens, conservation and land management.

Wollemi Pine (Wollemia nobilis) Discovered in 1994 in a temperate rainforest area in New South Wales, Australia.

Wollemi Pine (Wollemia nobilis) Discovered in 1994 in a temperate rainforest area in New South Wales, Australia.

The Wollemi Pine (Wollemia nobilis), discovered in 1994, is the only species in the genus, which had previously only been known from fossil record dating back to the Cretaceaous. It is only found in Wollemi National Park in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. Exotic pathogens such as Phytophthora cinnamonii, the introduction of exotic weeds, are threats to the Wollemi Pine. It continues to be assessed as Critically Endangered. Photo © Craig Hilton-Taylor

Wollemi Pine ~ Ancient Australian pine discovered in 1994 by Dave Noble & co.

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