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Australian Native Garden

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The most commonly loved Australian native flowers include waratahs, banksias and gum blossoms, kangaroo paws and Christmas bush. Here, Horticulturalist Meredith Kirton reveals how to grow Australian natives in your own backyard. Australian Wildflowers, Australian Native Flowers, Australian Plants, Australian Bush, Exotic Flowers, Flowers In Hair, Beautiful Flowers, Purple Flowers, Spring Flowers

Hakeas: different species and how to grow them

Hakeas are an Australian native plant species and a part of the extensive Proteaceae family. There are over 140 species of hakea, with the majority occurring in the southwest of Western Australia. Learn more about hakeas and how to grow them.

How to Plant Potted Flowers Outdoors in the Soil : Garden Space – Top Soop Australian Wildflowers, Australian Native Flowers, Australian Plants, Australian Bush, Coastal Gardens, Beach Gardens, Small Gardens, Australian Garden Design, Australian Native Garden

BANKSIA ashbyi Dwarf - Banksia & Dryandra

Suppliers of fresh viable Australian native, exotic, flower, vegetable and herb seeds

 The main aim is to study, preserve and promote indigenous flora and fauna from Keilor Plains area (Part of The Victorian Volcanic Plains), and the Australian Natives in general. Australian Wildflowers, Australian Native Flowers, Australian Plants, Australian Bush, Australian Garden Design, Australian Native Garden, White Flowers, Beautiful Flowers, Tropical Flowers

APSKP Small Eucalypts

APS Keilor Plains Group is one of the regional group of APS - Victoria. The main aim is to study, preserve and promote indigenous flora and fauna from Keilor Plains area (Part of The Victorian Volcanic Plains), and the Australian Natives in general.

EUCALYPTUS pulverulenta Baby Blue - they look like little kebabs. Flora Flowers, Unusual Flowers, Rare Flowers, Amazing Flowers, Beautiful Flowers, Australian Wildflowers, Australian Native Flowers, Australian Plants, Bush Garden

Buy EUCALYPTUS Baby Blue, Eucalyptus pulverulenta, seed

Specimen tree with attractive foliage that is often used in flower arrangements this smaller version of Eucalyptus pulverulenta grows to a maximum of 6 metres. Rounded glaucous blue aromatic leaves are crowded along the stems, turban shaped flower buds in groups of 3 in the leaf axils opening to prolific cream flowers in spring. Suitable for cold climates.

This kind of photo is seriously an amazing design procedure. Australian Wildflowers, Australian Native Flowers, Australian Plants, Bush Garden, Garden Trees, Flowers Nature, Tropical Flowers, Unusual Flowers, Beautiful Flowers

Hakea francisiana

A beautiful tall shrub that attracts birds and grows on well drained soils in full sun. Broad linear green leaves with erect cylindrical, tapering racemes of red flowers borne in the axils of the leaves in winter. Closely related to H.multilineata and H coriacea(indeed it was not until 1973 that H francisiana and H multilineata were distinguished as 2 distinct species).

 It has the most velvety silver leaves and the prettiest mauve flowers. An Australian native. planted under fence art no Australian Native Garden, Australian Native Flowers, Australian Plants, Cottage Garden Plants, Garden Shrubs, Cottage Gardens, Landscaping Plants, Landscaping Ideas, Unusual Plants

A Growing Delight

Every year Richard watches the Crab Apple trees come into bud, anticipating the beauty of these trees in full blossom. Worth waiting for, don't you think?

Scarlet Banksia flowers (Banksia coccinea), Fitzgerald River National Park, Australia - photo by Frans Lanting Unusual Flowers, Unusual Plants, Rare Flowers, Exotic Plants, Amazing Flowers, Beautiful Flowers, Australian Wildflowers, Australian Native Flowers, Australian Plants

Scarlet banksia flowers, Banksia coccinea, Fitzgerald River National Park, Australia. anksia coccinea, commonly known as the Scarlet Banksia, Waratah Banksia or Albany Banksia, it is an erect shrub or small tree in the plant genus Banksia.

Scarlet banksia flowers, Banksia coccinea, Fitzgerald River National Park, Australia. anksia coccinea, commonly known as the Scarlet Banksia, Waratah Banksia or Albany Banksia, it is an erect shrub or small tree in the plant genus Banksia. by lolita on Indulgy.com

 After researching this fascinating native I bumped into it at the heritage nursery native plants market today and brought it home! Grows metres :)t Australian Wildflowers, Australian Native Flowers, Australian Plants, Australian Native Garden, Australian Garden Design, Belle Plante, Native Australians, Flower Farm, Winter Landscape

Eucalyptus macrocarpa

Eucalyptus macrocarpa is a very distinctive species having a mallee-type habit of growth and spectacular red flowers. There are two recognised subspecies; subsp macrocarpa is the most common form and is a small mallee of up to 4 metres in height while subsp. elachantha has a restricted occurrence south east of Geraldton. As a species native to relatively dry areas, best suited to cultivation in climates which have a dry summer. It has been observed growing and flowering in western Sydney.