Pick three plants. Repeat. You cant go wrong--this reminds me of the south of France.

Sleightholmedale: the moor the merrier

A beautiful border garden - The yellow spikes of the red hot poker (Kniphofia) add nice contrast. Lavender cotton (Santolina) and daisy bush (Brachyglottis syn.

Scleranthus biflorus Clumping Australian native, although not actually a grass it grows in attractive mounds of what looks like a bright green moss. Ideal as a ground cover in rockeries and on steep banks. Prefers a full sun position, requires well drained soil and needs%...

Australian native 'Scleranthus biflorus' clumps in appearance of bright green moss. Ideal as a ground cover in rockeries and on steep banks, preferably in a well drained, full sun position

There are two types of scleranthus: uniflorus and biflorus; we prefer biflorus as it's a more vivid green, and denser, whereas uniflorus is a more yellow-green colour.

Agatha O l Scleranthus biflorus. New Zealand native ground cover. Moss like and mound forming. Looks great planted with railway sleepers.

Scleranthus biflorus. An Australian native, which is drought tolerant and prefers full sun. Would look great in rockeries and gives the illusion of moss.

An Australian native, which is drought tolerant and prefers full sun. Would look great in rockeries and gives the illusion of moss. Get this for the front garden. Will it grow over the gravel?

Scleranthus biflorus, a great native ground cover from Wallis Creek Watergarden

Scleranthus biflorus sometimes called Canberra grass or lime lava growing. A great native ground cover from Wallis Creek Watergarden - GardenDrum


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