Euryomyrtus ramosissima (Rosy Baeckea) is a shrub in the myrtle family. The species is endemic to Australia. White, pink or mauve flowers with circular petals are produced between June and February in its native range. This species occurs in New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia
Acacia myrtifolia. Acacia myrtifolia is usually a shrub from 1 to 2 metres high by a similar width but some almost prostrate forms exist. Red stemmed. The cream flower clusters are globular in shape and occur on short racemes from the leaf axils in spring. one of the earliest Australian plants brought into cultivation in Europe. can be lightly pruned following flowering to produce a busy growth habit. It prefers full sun.