Goode Beach garden

A combination of ornamental grasses and westringia would look great in your garden. Adding a small gum tree would be a good idea to create a focal point and add height. The trailing lotus pictured is a great ground cover that would grow quickly and help keep the weeds at bay. I've pinned these pictures to give you an idea of the sorts of plants I am considering and how they may look in your garden. Perhaps also some dwarf whoolly bush?
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sesleria & muhlenbergia grasses: from "Landprints: the Landscape Designs of Bernard Trainor"

sesleria & muhlenbergia grasses: from "Landprints: the Landscape Designs of Bernard Trainor"

Red Grass Fountain - ornamental grass are extremely adaptable. Helpful to cut back the foliage in the spring prior to growth. Established plants do not need regular watering, except during periods of drought. Division can be performed in early spring prior to new growth or after the growing season in the late summer or fall.

Red Grass Fountain - ornamental grass are extremely adaptable. Helpful to cut back the foliage in the spring prior to growth. Established plants do not need regular watering, except during periods of drought. Division can be performed in early spring prior to new growth or after the growing season in the late summer or fall.

Adenanthos sericeus, more commonly known as Albany Woolly Bush. This Western Australian native is known for its luminous silver green foliage which is soft to touch and its small but vivid red flowers. Woolly Bush has a compact habit, so it requires very little pruning except for general maintenance. This combination makes it a perfect choice for a Christmas tree.

Adenanthos sericeus, more commonly known as Albany Woolly Bush. This Western Australian native is known for its luminous silver green foliage which is soft to touch and its small but vivid red flowers. Woolly Bush has a compact habit, so it requires very little pruning except for general maintenance. This combination makes it a perfect choice for a Christmas tree.

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