Correa backhouseana

What a beautiful flower from a bud that looks like an acorn! Correa backhouseana is a species of flowering plant in the family Rutaceae. It is a coastal shrub, endemic to southern Australia. It grows up to 2 metres in height.

Eucalyptus macrocarpa - Rose of the west, a favourite, hardy, bird-friendly Australian native species

Eucalyptus Macrocarpa - Rose of the West, a favourite, hardy, bird-friendly Australian native species aka red flowering gum.

Grevillea

third-eyes: “flowersgardenlove: “Grevillea Beautiful gorgeous pretty flowers ” ✧ open your third eye ✧ ”

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

Ground cover banksia - so gorgeous

Banksia spinulosa 'Birthday Candles' to rear garden feature beds at Vincent St and Hobson St

Epacris is a genus of about 35–40 species of flowering plants in the family Ericaceae, though formerly often treated in a separate family Epacridaceae. The genus is native to eastern and southeastern Australia (southeast Queensland south to Tasmania and west to southeast South Australia), New Caledonia and New Zealand. The species are known as heaths or Australian heaths.

Epacris is a genus of about species of flowering plants in the family Ericaceae, though formerly often treated in a separate family Epacridaceae

Banksia ericifolia - Heath Banksia

Banksia ericifolia - Heath Banksia, one of the most beautiful banksias in Australia.

How to Use Australian Native Plants to Grow a Hedge

Use Australian Native Plants to Grow a Hedge

How to Use Australian Native Plants to Grow a Hedge. If you'd like a hedge made purely from Australian native plants, there are some excellent choices to make. Grow lillypilly as a.

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