Tasmanian Flax Lily (Dianella tasmanica) | Australis Incognita

Tasmanian Flax Lily (Dianella tasmanica)

Australian Native - Dianella species seed pods, full sun to partial shade

The Common Native Cherry, a great bush treat | Tasmanian plants

The Common Native Cherry, a great bush treat

The Common Native Cherry, a great bush treat

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Exocarpos fruits

Exocarpos fruits

The Common Native Cherry, a great bush treat | Tasmanian plants

The Common Native Cherry, a great bush treat

The Common Native Cherry, a great bush treat

Water Ribbons plant

Water Ribbons plant

Coprosma quadrifida 'Native Currant'

Coprosma quadrifida 'Native Currant'

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The Common Native Cherry, a great bush treat | Tasmanian plants

The Common Native Cherry, a great bush treat

The Common Native Cherry, a great bush treat

Anopterus glandulosus (Native Laurel or Tasmanian Laurel) is a species of shrub or small tree in the family Escalloniaceae, native to Tasmania in Australia. It usually occurs as a shrub 2-4 metres high but may occasionally form a tree up to 10m high. The leaves are large, 7–17 cm long and 2–4 cm wide. The white to light pink flowers are about 2 cm across and occur during spring and often again in autumn.  Photo: Noodle snacks

Fragrant bell shaped flowers held in white terminal sprays in summer, each flower about diameter.

Dianella tasmanica x 8 Grass Flax Native Tasmanian Flax Lily Hardy Garden Plants $29.95

plant nursery sales online : delivered australia wideDianella tasmanica x 8 Grass Flax Native Tasmanian Flax Lily Hardy Garden Plants

Berries: cockspur hawthorn (Crataegus crus-galli). The masses of pendulous berries that appear in early winter are a treat for wildlife and make this a great ornamental tree. Fruits can be eaten but are best left for the birds. Photo by Jason Ingram. To see more hawthorn, visit our website http://www.gardenersworld.com/plants/crataegus-monogyna/1033.html

The masses of pendulous berries that appear in early winter are a treat for wildlife and make this a great ornamental tree. Fruits can be eaten but are best left for the birds. Photo by Jason Ingram.

Impatiens sodenii (Poor Man's Rhododendron

PlantFiles Pictures: Shrub Balsam, Poor Man's Orchid, Poor Man's Rhododendron (Impatiens sodenii) by lcskrafty

Hydrangeas Made of Sea Shells:  The pieces are handmade by award winning shell artisans and are inspired both by actual plant life as well as Victorian art and antiques.  Designer Karen Robertson introduced her newest line based on succulents at the Fall Furniture Market.

The shell flower is available in lavender, white or pink tones and is offered in a simple but elegant glass vase. Flowers with vase: high Glass vase: high, diameter Color shown: Lavender, White, and Pink *minimum order of three assorted

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Landscaping to Attract Birds: How to Keep our Feathered Friends Plump and Happy

Berries: crab apple (Malus 'Winter Gold'). The tasty fruit loved by birds and are good for making preserves. For the best fruits and flowers, plant in a sunny spot and give it a regular water supply. Photo by Jason Ingram. For another crabapple variety, head here http://www.gardenersworld.com/plants/malus-rudolph/3667.html

Berries: crab apple (Malus 'Winter Gold'). The tasty fruit loved by birds and are good for making preserves. For the best fruits and flowers, plant in a sunny spot and give it a regular water supply. Photo by Jason Ingram. For another crabapple variety, head here http://www.gardenersworld.com/plants/malus-rudolph/3667.html

Berries: oriental photinia (Photinia villosa 'Village Shade'). An ideal plant for the winter garden, with berries loved by birds. Prefers acidic soil. Photo by Jason Ingram. For more photinias, head to http://www.gardenersworld.com/plants/search/name/photinia/

Berries: oriental photinia (Photinia villosa 'Village Shade'). An ideal plant for the winter garden, with berries loved by birds. Prefers acidic soil. Photo by Jason Ingram. For more photinias, head to http://www.gardenersworld.com/plants/search/name/photinia/

This winterberry holly would make a lovely holiday centerpiece #thanksgivingdinner: http://blog.hgtvgardens.com/in-the-weeds-winterberry-holly/

This winterberry holly would make a lovely holiday centerpiece…

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