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Grevillea 'juniperina 'Gold Cluster' • Australian Native Plants Nursery • Plants • 800.701.6517

Grevillea 'juniperina 'Gold Cluster' [Grevillea 'Gold Cluster'] part of the Proteaceae family with Gold-yellow flowers flowering in Winter-spring avaliable from Australian Native Plants located in Ventura, CA

Acacia 'Fettuccini' is an outstanding new foliage form of the species cognata. A. 'Fettuccini' displays the most unique and extremely decorative rippled, lime green foliage throughout the year. The new growth bursts into coppery tones before fading to the fresh lime green colour. This variety will provide a modern edge to any landscape. An easy to grow and care for Australian native - the choice of the modern gardener. More info at www.pma.com.au

Plants Management Australia Pty Ltd - Acacia "Fettuccini" , grows high x wide, full sun, part shade, it displays unique and decorative rippled lime green foliage.Ideal for tubs or pots.

maybe a good book for me to read! though I imagine my garden to be more 'maintenance free'

Booktopia has Contemporary Australian Garden Design, Secrets of Leading Garden Designers Revealed by John Patrick. Buy a discounted Paperback of Contemporary Australian Garden Design online from Australia's leading online bookstore.

Landscape designer Alan Fisher says, "Water-wise gardening doesn't mean you have to plant only natives. There's a huge list of world-wide plants you can use to spectacular effect." For more practical gardening advice, see our feature 75 Gardening Ideas (Page 135, Australian House & Garden, May 2013)

Water-wise gardening doesn't mean you have to plant only natives. There's a huge list of world-wide plants you can use to spectacular effect. For more practical gardening advice, see our feature 75 Gardening Ideas (Page Australian House & Garden, May

A contemporary Australian garden designed by Peter Fudge. This design is a lot less formal than most of his garden designs and somehow seems to suit the climate better.

A contemporary Australian garden designed by Peter Fudge. This design is a lot less formal than most of his garden designs and somehow seems to suit the climate better. Pinned by Janna Schreier