Tag: Honeyeater

  • Horizontal Contrast: Homoranthus flavescens

    Horizontal Contrast: Homoranthus flavescens

    Homoranthus flavescens is a striking plant, the foliage appears succulent and conifer like and the branches grow almost horizontally and appear to layer on top of each other, plus it has a beautiful grey green leaf, making it a wonderful feature shrub in a planting.

  • Screening with Grevillea ‘Bonfire’

    Screening with Grevillea ‘Bonfire’

    This is one of my favourite Grevilleas’ of the moment. I tend to steer towards Grevilleas without the typical heavily divided thick leaf. ‘Bonfire’ is G. johnsonii x G. willsonii, so you get the lovely fern like leaf in a dark green contrasting beautifully with the deep red flowers, which attract honeyeaters and lorikeets.