Trialling Banksia ‘Sentinel’

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This is a favourite coastal hedging plant of mine which I have been including in my planting designs for the past 7 years or so….sorry, I’m finding it difficult to keep track of time ūüėČ I say it is on Read more ›

Drought Hardy Emu Bush

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In this post I am adding to my Eremophila database and also trying to increase awareness of native plants which I believe have¬†proven to be reasonably drought hardy. As a genus¬†Eremophilas are very tough native shrubs, they will grow in Read more ›

The Greatest Geebung: Persoonia pinifolia

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Geebungs are a wonderful Genus of native plant, they below in the Proteaceae¬†family like Banksias and possess a variety of flowers, leaves and habits. In fact I have already written about Persoonia pinifolia a couple of years ago, see here.¬† Read more ›

Wonderful Winter Wattles: Acacia iteaphylla

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I love wattles, they are so useful for quick screens, winter flowers and perfume, they grow quickly and can act as a coloniser for a new garden giving it almost immediate structure. The older I get the longer lived Acacia Read more ›

The weepiest of them all: Acacia cognata

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Ahhh the river wattle, flopping about just like a willow ūüėČ Acacia cognata surely must be the weepiest and most cultivated of wattles, it is being remade and re branded everywhere! and for good reason too. Acacia cognata has a Read more ›

The flexible Pennisetum alopecuroides

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Pennisetum alopecuroides is a striking native grass that makes a bold statement planted independently, as a¬†border, backdrop or en masse. This is commonly know as Foxtail grass not to be confused with the South African Pennesetum which has become a Read more ›

Pretty in Pink: Callistemon ‘Pink Champagne’

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There are so many varying coloured Callistemons available now, there isn’t really any reason to only associate them with the traditional red anymore. I am a big fan of the softer coloured bottlebrushes, the greens pale yellows and pinks, the Read more ›