hakea laurina - great small tree, neat pink and white blooms. Related to Protea. Full sun.

hakea laurina - great small tree, neat pink and white blooms. Related to Protea. Full sun.

Goodenia ovata 'Gold Cover'. Height: 100mm. Width: 2 metre. Flowers: all year round, with more flowers in the warmer months. Gold Cover is a very attractive but extremely tough native ground cover and is ideal for weed suppression.

Goodenia ovata 'Gold Cover'. Height: 100mm. Width: 2 metre. Flowers: all year round, with more flowers in the warmer months. Gold Cover is a very attractive but extremely tough native ground cover and is ideal for weed suppression.

Eriostemon australasius.  Taken at the Australian garden @ Cranbourne

Eriostemon australasius. Taken at the Australian garden @ Cranbourne

Florida native plants | Dillwynia retorta

Florida native plants | Dillwynia retorta

correa reflexa - Google Search

correa reflexa - Google Search

Christmas Bush - dwarf variety around 1 metre ceratopetallum-gummiferum_christmas-bush_johannas-christmas_1

Christmas Bush - dwarf variety around 1 metre ceratopetallum-gummiferum_christmas-bush_johannas-christmas_1

styphelia triflora - Recherche Google

styphelia triflora - Recherche Google


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grevillea buxifolia - Recherche Google

grevillea buxifolia - Recherche Google

Backhousea myrtifolia. Outstanding dense foliage. Carol bears prolific white flowers in large clusters in summer.

Backhousea myrtifolia. Outstanding dense foliage. Carol bears prolific white flowers in large clusters in summer.

Christmas Bush - dwarf variety around 1 metre ceratopetallum-gummiferum_christmas-bush_johannas-christmas_1

Christmas Bush - dwarf variety around 1 metre ceratopetallum-gummiferum_christmas-bush_johannas-christmas_1

correa reflexa - Google Search

correa reflexa - Google Search

Acacia suaveolens (Sweet Wattle) is a shrub species endemic to Australia. The species occurs naturally on sandy soils in heathland and dry sclerophyll forest in South Australia and Victoria, Tasmania, New South Wales and Queensland

Acacia suaveolens (Sweet Wattle) is a shrub species endemic to Australia. The species occurs naturally on sandy soils in heathland and dry sclerophyll forest in South Australia and Victoria, Tasmania, New South Wales and Queensland

Acacia linifolia is a graceful shrub up to 2m, with soft, fine foliage along slightly weeping branches. The flower heads are cream, forming dense clusters at the ends of branches. Flowering time is normally from December to April. However, it often has a second flowering season in Winter.

Acacia linifolia is a graceful shrub up to 2m, with soft, fine foliage along slightly weeping branches. The flower heads are cream, forming dense clusters at the ends of branches. Flowering time is normally from December to April. However, it often has a second flowering season in Winter.

Eriostemon australasius.  Taken at the Australian garden @ Cranbourne

Eriostemon australasius. Taken at the Australian garden @ Cranbourne

Florida native plants | Dillwynia retorta

Florida native plants | Dillwynia retorta

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