Australian willow myrtle | Agonis flexuosa another good smallish tree for front-- evergreen, somewhat of a weeping form. Can be green foliage, but there is another variety called 'Jervis Bay After Dark' that comes with burgundy foliage-
ROSE, ROSERAIE DE L'HAY (Rosa rugosa Roseraie de L'Hay) One of the finest rugosa roses for hedging with its dense habit and vigorous growth. It has tough, healthy, wrinkled, pea-green foliage and bears large cupped to flat, 4.5 inch (11.5cm) wide, velvety, rich wine-purple double flowers which fill the air with a wonderful fragrance from June to autumn. Deciduous. HEDGE Trim in winter if necessary. For hedges 5-6ft (1.5-1.8m). Plant 12-18ins (30-45cm) apart.
Meredith, Louisa Anne, 1812-1895. Native wildflowers including Sturt's desert pea, Christmas bell [picture] [ca. 1840] 1 drawing : watercolour and pencil ; 34.8 x 11.3 cm. (s.m.) From National Library of Australia collection http://nla.gov.au/nla.pic-an5487509 nla.pic-an5487509