Coastal

Callistemon – Fluro Burst

As a medium-sized native shrub, Callistemon – Fluro Burst boasts green foliage and eye-catching hot pink bottlebrush flowers that bloom during spring and summer. This drought and frost tolerant plant thrives in full sun to part shade with well-drained soils. It typically reaches a height of 1.5m, making it an ideal choice for native gardens, …

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Westringia Fruticosa – Flat n Fruity

Common Name: Coastal Rosemary Naturally tidy prostrate Westringia with grey-green foliage and white flowers. Useful for erosion control and as a groundcover. May also be grafted as a weeping standard. Grows approx 10cm tall x 1m wide.

Westringia Fruticosa – Bulli Creeper

Command Name: Coastal Rosemary Westringia Fruticosa, or Bulli Creeper, is a small creeping plant that boasts beautiful white flowers and grey-green foliage. Its blooms are abundant in spring and continue to appear throughout the year, making it a perfect ground cover for coastal and general gardens.

Callistemon – Sweet Burst

With its semi-compact fine leaves and pastel pink bottlebrushes, Callistemon – Sweet Burst blooms beautifully in spring. Its compact size makes it a versatile addition to any garden, and native birds are sure to enjoy it as much as you will. Drought-tolerant and able to withstand light frost, this plant thrives in full sun to …

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Banksia Robur

Common Name: Swamp Banksia Banksia is a genus of woody shrubs and trees native to Australia. It belongs to the family Proteaceae and is renowned for its distinctive flower spikes and unique foliage. Banksia flowers are unique and often feature a cylindrical or bottlebrush-shaped spike composed of numerous individual flowers grouped together. The genus Banksia is diverse, …

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Elaeocarpus Eumundi

Common Name: Eumundi Quandong Elaeocarpus Eumundi is a medium to large evergreen tropical rainforest tree native to North Eastern Australia. Can reach up to 30m in its natural habitat but considerably smaller in a garden setting.