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Coastal Garden landscaping rocks and native New Zealand grasses

Love long grass Coastal Garden landscaping rocks and native New Zealand grasses

Libertia peregrinans, or new Zealand iris, with spiky amber stems makes a dramatic and unexpected statement. Fragrant white blossoms, which appear in the spring, add to the allure of this unusual plant.

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Libertia peregrinan at Mount Tomah Botanic Garden, Blue Mountains, New South Wales This plant was mentioned in an article about hardy plants for city gardens at gardenista,com

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Clipped Muehlenbeckia astonii and nikau palms show native plants are not boring at all.

Clipped Muehlenbeckia astonii and nikau palms show native plants are not boring…

FUCHSIA procumbens - Creeping Fuchsia A beautiful prostrate New Zealand native with soft mid green, heart shaped leaves and small tubular yellow flowers followed by showy red berries which last through autumn. Perfect for rock gardens, trailing over walls or planting under trees. Coastal hardy and will take sandy or gravelly soils; prefers well draining soils in winter and a shady spot. Vigorous growing. Evergreen - 15cm x 90cm

FUCHSIA procumbens - Creeping Fuchsia A beautiful prostrate New Zealand native with soft mid green, heart shaped leaves and small tubular yellow flowers followed by showy red berries which last through autumn. Perfect for rock gardens, trailing over walls or planting under trees. Coastal hardy and will take sandy or gravelly soils; prefers well draining soils in winter and a shady spot. Vigorous growing. Evergreen - 15cm x 90cm


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