The Teasel Banksia is a small dense shrub that occurs on the south coast of Western Australia from Fitzgerald River National Park east to Israelite Bay.

The Teasel Banksia is a small dense shrub that occurs on the south coast of Western Australia from Fitzgerald River National Park east to Israelite Bay.

Tecticornia bulbosa, formerly known as Halsosarcia bulbosa. Native to Western Australia, vulnerable to extinction.

Tecticornia bulbosa, formerly known as Halsosarcia bulbosa. Native to Western Australia, vulnerable to extinction.

Lupinus consentinii Distribution: Occurs from Geraldton to the extreme south west of Western Australia. A herb to 1.4 metres tall. The blue flowers are produced from August to November. This is a commonly cultivated plant. It is native to the Mediterranean Region. Update 2014: given seeds, and they are thriving some have just started to flower.

Lupinus consentinii Distribution: Occurs from Geraldton to the extreme south west of Western Australia. A herb to 1.4 metres tall. The blue flowers are produced from August to November. This is a commonly cultivated plant. It is native to the Mediterranean Region. Update 2014: given seeds, and they are thriving some have just started to flower.

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.

Hakea francisiana; such bright flowers. The key to avoid having a boring garden is to have plants that overlap in flowering seasons. That way you have colour all year round.

Hakea francisiana; such bright flowers. The key to avoid having a boring garden is to have plants that overlap in flowering seasons. That way you have colour all year round.

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