Below is a list is all the species we have available for sale at this present time. They are all in forestry tubes @ $5.00 ea,
Some are also available in larger pot sizes - prices and sizes as indicated .
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More species will be available for sale over the next few months.
The plant you are look for is not listed? Contact us , it may be growing in our production area.
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Updated on June 2, 2017 8:05 pm .
|Botanical Name||Common Name||Habit||Flower||Soil Environment||Notes||Comments|
|Acacia acuminata||Rasberry Jam Wattle||tree,shrub 6-10m h x 3-5m w||Flw:yellow ball Dec to feb Fol:green||Sand,Coastal||Shade, Shelter, Posts, craft wood, Sandalwood host |
Acacia acuminata has edible seeds and an edible gum. Seeds, essence, add to icecream, bread and cakes.
|Acacia ampliceps||Salt Wattle||Shrub or Tree 1.5-8m h||Flw:White/Cream/Yellow May - Aug||Sand,Coastal,Moist||Suitable along creek and rivers, coastal sand dunes and salt flats|
|Acacia aphylla||Leafless Rock Wattle||tree 0.9-3m h x 2m w||Flw:yellow Aug to Oct||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Clay||Rare and endangered |
|Acacia celastrifolia||Glowing Wattle||bushy shrub or tree 1-3m h x 1-3m w||Flw:yellow April - August||Gravel,Shade|
|Acacia cochlearis||Rigid Wattle||Hardy erect to sprawling shrub 0.5-3m h x 1-2m w||Flw:yellow July - October||Sand,Coastal||Edible seeds, essence, add to icecream, bread and cakes.|
|Acacia colletioides||Wait-a-While, Pin Bush||rigid, spreading shrub 0.5-3m h x 3m w||Flw:yellow July - September Fol:Prickly||Adaptable|
|Acacia cyclops||Western Coastal Wattle||dense shrub or tree (rarely) 0.8-4m h x 2-4m w||Flw:yellow September - May||Sand,Coastal,Moist||Good Windbreak |
Seeds can be ground to make flour when mixed with water and cooked as a bread. Gum from the stems can be eaten. Bardi grubs which can also be eaten can be found burrowing in the stems.
|Acacia denticulosa||Sandpaper Wattle||Erect, diffuse, spindly shrub 1-4m h x 3-4m w||Flw:yellow September - October||Sand,Loam,Clay|
|Acacia dentifera||Toothed Acacia||erect, loose shrub 0.6-3m h x 3-4m w||Flw:yellow August - November||Sand,Loam,Gravel||Roast the seeds which can be adde3d to icecream, bread and cakes.|
|Acacia extensa||Wiry Wattle||erect, slender shrub 1-2m h x 1-2m w||Flw:yellow August - October||Sand,Gravel,Moist||Resistant to dieback |
Roasted seeds can be added to icecream, bread and cakes.
|Acacia glaucoptera||FlatWattle, Clay Wattle||prostrate or shrub 0.3-1.2m h x 2-3m w||Flw:yellow Aug - Dec||Gravel,Clay|
|Acacia hemiteles||Tan Wattle||dense, spreading shrub 0.5-2m h x 2-3m w||Flw:yellow May - October||Adaptable|
|Acacia huegelii||semi-prostrate to erect, spiny shrub 0.1-1m h||Flw:white, cream October - February||Sand,Gravel,Coastal||Drought tolerant |
|Acacia lasiocalyx||Silver Wattle||open, often weeping shrub or tree 1.5-7m h x 4-6m w||Flw:yellow July - October||Gravel|
|Acacia lasiocarpa||Panjang||shrub 0.15-1.5m h x 1-3m w||Flw:yellow May - October||Coastal,Shade,Moist,Adaptable||Low growing, bright green leaves and masses of yellow flowers in spring. The seeds can be roasted and added to icecream, bread and cakes.|
|Acacia ligustrina||spreading shrub or tree 1.5-3.5m h||Flw:yellow August - October||Loam,Gravel,Clay|
|Acacia meisneri||Blue Wattle||Dense shrub 1-4m high. 1-4m h||Flw:Yellow November to December||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Clay|
|Acacia merinthophora||weeping shrub or tree 1.5-4m h x 3-4m w||Flw:yellow May - September||Sand,Gravel|
|Acacia multispicata||Low multi-branched shrub 0.2-2.5m high.||Flw:Yellow March - October||Sand|
|Acacia nigricans||Shrub 0.4-2m h x 2m w||Flw:yellow Jul TO Nov||Sand,Gravel,Coastal|
|Acacia redolens||spreading shrub or tree 0.5-3m h x 3-8m w||Flw:yellow August - October||Sand,Clay||The seed can be roasted and added to icecream, bread and cakes. |
Tolerates saline conditions
Vanilla scented flowers.
|Acacia rostellifera||Summer-scented wattle or skunk tree||dense shrub or tree 1-6m h x 2-4m w||Flw:yellow July - December||Sand,Coastal||Fast growing privacy Screen |
Acacia rostellifera has an edible gum.
|Acacia saligna||Golden Wreath Wattle, Orange Wattle||Dense, often weeping shrub or tree 1.5-6m h x 3-6m w||Flw:yellow July - November||Coastal,Moist,Adaptable||Live for 5..10years. Host for Sandalwood |
Acacia saligna has edible seeds. They can be roasted and added to icecream, bread and cakes.
Black Cockatoo : Food
|Acacia spectabilis||Mudgee Wattle||Upright shrub or tree 3-5m h x 2-3m w||Flw:Yellow Late winter||Fast growing , open screen |
|Acacia trachycarpa||Spreading shrub or tree. 1-4 m high||Flw:Fl. Yellow May to Oct Fol:Bark 'minni-ritchi'||Sand,Gravel|
|Acmena smithii||Lilly Pilly||tree 6-20m h x 3-5m w||Flw:white October - March||Adaptable||Edible berries.|
|Adenanthos cuneatus low form||Coastal Jugflower||erect or spreading shrub 0.3-3m h x 3m w||Flw:dark red, pink Aug-Nov||Sand,Coastal|
|Adenanthos cunninghamii||Albany Woollybush||Shrub 1-2m h x 1.5-3m w||Flw:red-pink Mar - Oct||Sand,Coastal||This is a natural hybrid between the Albany Woolly Bush (Adenanthos sericea) and our local Woolly Bush (Adenanthos cygnorum). It is attractive and tough.|
|Adenanthos obovatus||Basket Flower||erect, lignotuberous shrub 0.3-1.5m h x 1m w||Flw:red scarlet, orange, red May - December||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Moist||A slender, many-stemmed shrub which grows to 1m and has narrow dark green leaves. The scarlet flowers appear in sprays throughout the winter months.|
|Adenanthos sericeus||Woollybush||non-lignotuberous shrub or tree 0.5-5m h x 2-4m w||Flw:red, orange June - April||Gravel,Coastal|
|Agonis flexuosa||Willow peppemint,Willow Myrtle||tree or shrub 4-14m h x 4-6m w||Flw:white July - December||Sand,Gravel,Coastal,Adaptable||A. flexuosa has edible berries. |
Black Cockatoo : Food
|Agonis flexuosa nana||Dwarf Willow Myrtle||shrub weeping 1-3m h x 1-3m w||Flw:White spring-summer||Sand,Gravel,Coastal||Common hedging plant|
|Allocasuarina huegeliana||Rock Sheoak or Sighing Sheoak||Tree 4-10m h x 3-6m w||Flw:red, brown May - January||Gravel|
|Allocasuarina humilis||Dwarf Sheoak||erect or spreading shrub 0.2-2m h x 1.5-2m w||Flw:red, orange, brown May - November||Sand,Gravel,Clay,Coastal|
|Alyogyne hakeifolia||Erect, slender shrub. 1-3m h||Flw:blue, purple, cream, yellow May, Aug - Feb||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Coastal||Roots can be eaten after baking in hot ashes.|
|Alyxia buxifolia||Sea Box, Dysentery Bush||erect, rigid or spreading shrub 1-3m h||Flw:white, cream, orange January - December||Coastal,Adaptable|
|Anigozanthos Bush Gold||Rhizomatous, perennial herb 1.2m h||Flw:Gold Spring||Adaptable||Disease resistant with long life span. |
Good as a pot plant, cut flower
|Anigozanthos Early Spring||Rhizomatous perennial herb 1.2m h||Flw:Deep Red Autumn - Spring Fol:Bright Green||Adaptable||SPECIMEN PLANT |
|Anigozanthos flavidus Green||tall green kangaroo paw||Rhizomatous, perennial herb 0.5-1m h x 0.5-1m w||Flw:green, yellow November - January||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Clay,Moist,Adaptable||A long -lived species which forms large bushy clumps of strappy leaves. It has long flowering stems up to 2m high. It is an excellent specimen plant when grown in clumps and is bird attracting.|
|Anigozanthos Golden Girl||Leaves to 1m , flws 1.5m tall. 1.5m h x 1m w||Flw:Orange Spring Fol:Strappy Green||Adaptable||Landscape plants. |
|Anigozanthos manglesii||Red & Green Kangaroo Paw||Rhizomatous. perennial. Herb 0.2-1.1m h x 1m w||Flw:red, green August - November||Sand,Loam,Coastal|
|Anigozanthos viridis||Green Kangaroo Paw||Rhizomatous, perennial herb 0.05-0.85m h x 0.5m w||Flw:green, yellow August - October||Sand,Loam,Clay||Tolerates winter wet areas|
|Anigozanthos Yellow Gem||Strappy Leaf grass 1m h||Flw:Yellow Spring - Summer||Adaptable||Disease resistant |
|Anthocercis viscosa||Sticky Tailflower||shrub 0.5-3m h||Flw:white, cream May/August - February||Sand,Gravel||Highly perfumed flowers |
|Astartea clavulata x astarteoides||Winter Pink||Small upright shrub. 1m h x 1m w||Flw:Pink Spring||Sand,Loam|
|Atriplex amnicola||Swamp saltbush||spreading branched shrub. 0.3-1.7m h||Sand,Clay,Coastal||Species of Atriplex have the common name of 'Salt Bush'. They are plants of the dry interior but a few are native to coastal districts. There are approximately 40 species in Australia and some can been boiled and used as a green vegetable. Some have been used in Chinese cooking to give a salty bitter taste.|
|Atriplex vesicaria||Bladder Saltbush||erect shrub. 0.3-1m h x 1-2m w||Sand,Gravel,Clay,Coastal||Species of Atriplex have the common name of 'Salt Bush'. They are plants of the dry interior but a few are native to coastal districts. There are approximately 40 species in Australia and some have been boiled and used as a green vegetable. Some have been used in Chinese cooking to give a salty bitter taste.|
|Baeckea grandis||shrub. 0.1-0.5m h||Flw:white/pink Sep to Dec||Sand,Gravel|
|Baeckea virgata||Shrub 2m h x 2m w||Flw:White Summer||Adaptable||Tea made from the leaves produces a pleasant drink with a good aroma.|
|Banksia ashbyi||Ashby's Banksia||Small tree or shrub 1-8m h||Flw:yellow-orange Feb to Dec||Sand,Coastal||A spectacular bird attracting specimen plant. That can also be used for cut flowers |
Black Cockatoo : good food source
|Banksia attenuata||Coast Banksia,Slender Banksia||tree or shrub 4-10m h x 3-8m w||Flw:yellow Oct to Feb||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Coastal||Chewing the new growth makes a gum. |
GOOD FOOD SOURCE FOR BLACK COCKATOOS
Banksias rarely show deficiency symptoms except when the pH is too high.
|Banksia caleyi||Dense shrub 2-3m h x 2-4m w||Flw:Red, red/cream or yellow Spring and summer||Sand,Gravel||Banksias rarely show deficiency symptoms except when the pH is too high.|
|Banksia ericifolia||Heath Banksia||Tree 2-7m h x 1-2.5m w||Flw:red-orange Autunm||Sand,Loam||Black Cockatoo : Good food source |
Banksias rarely show deficiency symptoms except when the pH is too high.
|Banksia grandis||Bull / Giant Banksia or Mangite||Tree or shrub 1.5-10m h||Flw:yellow-green Sep or Jan||Sand,Gravel,Coastal,Shade||Black Cockatoo : Very good Food source |
A hardy tree that is frost and drought tolerant once established. Is grown commercially for cut flowers. Makes an excellent specimen for small or larger gardens. Interesting trunk. Nyoongar people used to soak the flowers in water to produce a type of honey-sweet mead known as mangite. If this was consumed in large enough quantities, the drinker could become intoxicated. The nectar was also sucked directly from the plant. Grubs which burrow into the flower spikes were gathered and eaten. When mature, the woody spikes were used by Nyoongars to carry a smouldering coal when travelling.
|Banksia littoralis||Swamp Banksia||Tree or shrub 1.5-12m h||Flw:yellow/orange-yellow Mar to Aug||Sand,Coastal,Moist||Black Cockatoo : Very good Food source |
Banksias rarely show deficiency symptoms except when the pH is too high.
|Banksia media||Southern plains banksia,Golden Stalk||Spreading shrub or tree 0.5-4m h x 2m w||Flw:large yellow Mar to Dec||Sand,Loam,Clay,Coastal||An outstanding specimen shrub which can grow up to 6m. It has prominent creamy yellow flower spikes from February to October. It prefers light, well-drained soils in full sun or partial shade. |
Banksias rarely show deficiency symptoms except when the pH is too high.
|Banksia menziesii||Menzies' Banksia, Firewood Banksia||Tree or shrub 1.3-7m h||Flw:pink/red/yellow Feb to Oct||Sand,Coastal||Black Cockatoo : Very good food source |
A small shrub or tree, It has long toothed leaves and striking silky pink to red flowers in autumn and winter. Requires a well drained soil A showy banksia for use as a feature or windbreak.
Banksias rarely show deficiency symptoms except when the pH is too high.
|Banksia occidentalis||Waterbush, Red Swamp Banksia||Non-lignotuberous. small tree or shrub. 1-7m h||Flw:yellow-orange-red Sep to Dec / Jan to May||Sand,Moist||Banksias rarely show deficiency symptoms except when the pH is too high.|
|Banksia pilostylis||Branched shrub. 0.6-4m h x 3m w||Flw:green/yellow, orange/brown Oct to January||Sand,Loam,Moist||Banksias rarely show deficiency symptoms except when the pH is too high.|
|Banksia polycephala||Shrub||Flw:cream-yellow Jul-Oct||Sand,Loam,Gravel||Banksias rarely show deficiency symptoms except when the pH is too high.|
|Banksia praemorsa||Cut-leaf Banksia Yellow Flowers||.Non-lignotuberous shrub 4m h||Flw:green-yellow/red Jul to Oct||Sand||Black Cockatoo : Good food source |
Banksias rarely show deficiency symptoms except when the pH is too high.
|Banksia prionotes||Orange or Acorn Banksia||.Non-lignotuberous tree or shrub 10m h||Flw:cream & orange Feb to Aug||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Clay||Black Cockatoo : Very good food source |
Banksias rarely show deficiency symptoms except when the pH is too high.
|Banksia seminuda||River Banksia||Non-lignotuberous shrub or tree 6-8m h x 4-6m w||Flw:yellow/orange-yellow/red Mar to Aug||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Coastal||Banksias rarely show deficiency symptoms except when the pH is too high.|
|Banksia squarrosa ssp squarrosa||Shrub 1-4m h||Flw:Yellow Jun - Nov||Loam,Gravel||Black Cockatoo : Very Good food source |
Banksias rarely show deficiency symptoms except when the pH is too high.
|Banksia telmatiaea||Non-lignotuberous shrub 0.5-2m h||Flw:yellow-orange/brown Apr to Aug or Oct||Sand,Clay,Moist||Banksias rarely show deficiency symptoms except when the pH is too high.|
|Beaufortia bicolor||Dense shrub 0.3-1m h||Flw:Red, yellow, orange Nov - Dec||Sand|
|Beaufortia elegans||Erect shrub 0.3-1m h||Flw:red/purple/pink/white Aug to Dec or Jan to Feb||Sand,Moist|
|Beaufortia purpurea||Pink Bottlebrush||Erect or spreading shrub 0.3-1.5m h||Flw:red-purple Oct to Dec or Jan to Feb||Gravel|
|Beaufortia sparsa||Swamp Bottlebrush||Shrub 1-3m h||Flw:red-orange Jan to Apr or Sep to Nov||Sand,Moist|
|Beaufortia squarrosa Red||Sand Bottlebrush||Shrub 0.5-2m h||Flw:red Jan to May or Aug to Dec||Sand,Gravel,Coastal,Moist|
|Boronia crenulata||Aniseed Boronia||Shrub 0.25-1m h x 0.75m w||Flw:pink-purple-red May to Feb||Sand,Gravel,Clay,Coastal,Shade,Moist,Adaptable||A dainty plant with aromatic leaves that is ideal for growing in rockeries or on display in a pot|
|Boronia heterophylla||Red Boronia||Erect. slender shrub 1-3m h||Flw:red/pink Sep to Nov||Sand,Moist|
|Boronia megastigma||Brown Boronia||Erect. slender. scented shrub 0.2-2m h||Flw:brown & yellow/green Jul to Oct||Sand,Moist||Boronias are renowned for their spectacular floral displays and unusual scent, cutflowers and essential oil production |
Boronia plants generally grow best when the soil area surrounding them is kept weed-free, moist and cool.
|Brachychiton acerifolius||Illawarra Flame Tree||Tree 8-20m h||Flw:red late spring Fol:deciduous||Adaptable|
|Brachychiton rupestris||Bottle Tree||Tree 10-20m h x 5-15m w||Flw:creamy/white red strips||Sand,Loam,Clay,Adaptable|
|Brachyscome iberidifolia blue flw||Erect branching annual 0.05-0.45m h||Flw:white,blue,purple July - Nov||Sand,Clay,Adaptable||Has some salt tolerance.|
|Brachyscome multifida||Cut-leaf Daisy||Groundcover 0.1-0.4m h x 0.2-1m w||Flw:purple Most of year||Adaptable||Ideal for rockeries, boarders, garden beds |
|Callistemon citrinus||Crimson Bottlebrush||Tree or Large Shrub 2-8m h x 2-6m w||Flw:crimson nov - march||Coastal,Shade,Moist,Sun,Adaptable||Widely cultivated because of its many uses. Its a beautiful fast growing specimen plant with lovely aromatic foliage. Can be grown in a container or hedged to make a fantastic screen. The flowers can be sucked for their nectar or soaked in water to make a sweet drink.|
|Callistemon citrinus Endeavour||Dense green shrub 2.5m h x 2.5m w||Flw:Large red brushes Spring Fol:Bright green.||Coastal,Adaptable||The flowers are sucked for their nectar or made into a sweet drink.|
|Callistemon glaucus||Albany Bottlebrush||Slender. erect shrub 2-3m h x 1.5m w||Flw:red/scarlet Sep to Dec||Sand,Loam,Clay,Moist,Adaptable||The flowers can be sucked for their nectar or soaked in water to make a sweet drink.|
|Callistemon hinchinbrook||Small shrub 1.5m h x 1.5m w||Flw:Red Spring Fol:bronze new groth||Adaptable||The flowers can be sucked for their nectar or soaked in water to make a sweet drink.|
|Callistemon Kings Park Special||Shrub 3-5m h x 4m w||Flw:red bottle brush Spring||Adaptable||Excellent as a street tree or small feature tree. Makes a useful screen or beautiful as a tub plant. The flowers can be sucked for their nectar or soaked in water to make a sweet drink.|
|Callistemon pearsonii Rocky Rambler||Shrub 0.75m h x 1.5m w||Flw:Red Spring||Adaptable||Hardy, benefits from tip pruning |
|Callistemon phoeniceus||Lesser Bottlebrush||Shrub,tree 2-6m h x 3-5m w||Flw:Red Spring||Sand,Gravel,Moist||This plant is tough and long lasting |
Tolerant of a wide range of soils and situations.A dense shrub with green/grey leaves and masses of bright red flowers in spring. Excellent screen, hedge and low windbreak.This plant is tough and long lasting. The flowers can be sucked for their nectar and also soaked in water to make a sweet drink.
|Callistemon pinifolius||Pine-leaved Bottlebrush||Shrub 0.5-1.5m h x 2-4m w||Flw:yellow/Green or red Fol:Pine like||Adaptable||The flowers can be sucked for their nectar or soaked in water to make a sweet drink.|
|Callistemon viminalis Prolific||Tree,Shrub 5m h x 5m w||Flw:Red Spring Fol:Attractive green||Adaptable||Black Cockatoo : Good food source |
The flowers can be sucked for their nectar or soaked in water to make a sweet drink.
Good for screening, hedge or windbreak
|Callitris pyramidalis||Swamp Cyprus||shrub 1-4m h x 2-5m w||Flw:cone January - December Fol:Stiff dark green.||Sand,Loam,Moist|
|Calothamnus gilesii||Giles Net-bush||Erect & compact or spreading shrub 2-4m h x 2-4m w||Flw:red Jan to Dec||Sand,Gravel|
|Calothamnus hirsutus||Often spreading shrub 0.8m h x 1m w||Flw:red Sep to Dec or Jan to Feb||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Clay,Adaptable||A low growing dense shrub with red half bottlebrush flowers. Its attractive leaves make it a good reliable addition to mixed flower beds.|
|Calothamnus lateralis||Erect & slender shrub 0.75-1.5m h x 1-2m w||Flw:red Jan or May to Dec Fol:Slender||Sand,Moist,Sun,Adaptable||A VERY ATTRACTIVE POT PLANT. |
|Calothamnus quadrifidus Grey Form||One sided bottlebrush||Shrub 0.5-3m h x 2-5m w||Flw:red, white June-dec||Coastal,Adaptable||This is an upright fairly dense shrub with grey leaves and rich red half bottlebrush flowers in spring. It is tough and requires no irrigation.|
|Calothamnus rupestris||Cliff Net-bush||Shrub 1.5-3m h x 2-3m w||Flw:pink-red Jul to Dec||Sand,Gravel,Clay,Shade,Adaptable|
|Calothamnus sanguineus||Blood-red Net-bush||Erect to open spreading shrub. 2.5m h x 1-3m w||Flw:red Mar to Nov||Sand,Gravel,Coastal||A bird attracting specimen plant with silky pine-like leaves. Grows well in coastal sands and can be kept bushy with regular light pruning. Will flower in semi-shade and can be planted beneath sparsely leaved trees.|
|Calothamnus villosus||Shrub 1.5m h||Flw:Red half bottlebrush||Sand,Gravel,Clay||Very Hardy|
|Calytrix acutifolia||Slender. open-branched shrub 2m h x 2m w||Flw:white/cream/yellow Apr to Dec||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Clay,Coastal,Moist|
|Calytrix depressa||Shrub 0.2-1m h||Flw:purple-pink-violet/yellow Jan to Dec||Sand,Gravel|
|Calytrix leschenaultii||Shrub 0.15-1m h||Flw:purple-violet-pink-blue Jun to Nov||Sand,Loam,Gravel|
|Calytrix tetragona prostrate white||Ground cover 0.1m h x 1m w||Flw:White,pink Aug-Oct||Sand,Coastal|
|Calytrix tetragona White flowering form.||Shrub 0.2-1.5m high||Flw:White August - Oct.||Sand,Sun|
|Carpobrotus virescens||Coastal Pigface||Prostrate. succulent . Herb 0.1-0.3m h x 1-2m w||Flw:purple-pink/white Jun to Dec or Jan||Sand,Coastal||A ground hugging succulent with bright pink flowers and a white centre. When the petals drop off the fruit base of the flower swells up. The juicy centre contains seeds in a white pulp which tastes like zucchini. The juice from the leaves can be used to treat burns, scalds and stings.|
|Chamelaucium axillare||Esperance Wax||Erect shrub 0.2-2m h||Flw:white-pink-red Sep to Dec||Sand,Gravel|
|Chamelaucium Chavaughn's Purple||Flw:Purple Spring Fol:Dark Green||Sand,Coastal,Sun|
|Chamelaucium DOUBLE WHITE||Shrub 2.5m h x 2.5m w||Flw:double White Spring||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Coastal|
|Chamelaucium Lady Stephanie||Shrub 2-2.5m h x 2.5-4m w||Flw:pale pink||Sand,Loam,Gravel||FAST GROWING. |
RESPONDS WELL TO PRUNING.
REQUIRES LITTLE OR NO IRRIGATION.
The masses of waxy flowers in spring attract insects which in turn attracts the insect eating birds. Grows well on coastal sands. This form grows dense and requires little or no irrigation.
|Chamelaucium Paddy's Pink||Medium shrub 1-1.5m h x 3m w||Flw:Pink Spring||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Coastal||This plant can be cut right back and will regrow beautifully if it becomes to tall. |
An attractive hybrid between a Chamelaucium and a Verticordia. I has masses of beautiful pink waxy flowers in spring.
|Chamelaucium sp||Chantelle's Pink||Flw:Pretty Pink Winter/Spring Fol:Rich green.||Sand,Coastal,Sun|
|Chamelaucium sp. Walpole||Sweet Rosie||Shrub 2m h x 1m w||Flw:white to deep red Spring||Sand,Loam,Coastal,Adaptable|
|Chamelaucium species||Small to medium shrub.||Flw:Dainty white/pink Spring. Fol:Delicate & Green||Sand||Bought from the Wildflower Society Northern Districts Branch.|
|Chamelaucium Spring Violet||Dense shrub. 2-3m h x 2-3m w||Flw:Purple Spring Fol:Dark Green||Sand,Coastal,Sun|
|Chamelaucium Susie||Shrub 1m h x 1m w||Flw:Pink Spring - Summer||Sand,Loam,Coastal||Good for cut flowers |
|Chorilaena quercifolia||Shrub 0.5-5m h||Flw:yellow-cream-white-green April - Jan Fol:Oak like leaves.||Sand,Loam,Coastal||Has attractive foliage. |
Would attractive in a pot.
Native to the Karri Forest of the S.W.
|Chrysocephalum apiculatum Green leaf form.||Prostrate Perennial Herb 0.3m h||Flw:Bright yellow Jan - Dec Fol:Silver/Grey||Adaptable||ATTRACTIVE MASS PLANTED. |
ROCKERY, GARDEN EDGE.
|Commersonia hermannifolia||Dwarf kerrawang||groundcover 0.3m h x 1.5m w||Flw:white Spring||Sand,Loam,Gravel||ATTRACTIVE GROUNDCOVER. |
APPRECIATES MOIST SITES WITH
|Conospermum stoechadis||Common smoke bush||Erect. multi-stemmed. lignotuberous shrub 0.3-2m h||Flw:white Jul to Dec||Sand,Gravel,Coastal||ATTRACTIVE DOTTED THROUGH GARDEN BEDS. |
GOOD CUT FLOWER.
BENEFITS FROM LIGHT PRUNING.
|Conostylis aculeata||Prickly Conostylis||Rhizomatous. perennial. grass-like 0.06-0.5m h||Flw:yellow Aug to Nov||Loam,Gravel,Clay,Coastal,Moist||Grows in a clump of slightly spiny leaves to 30cm with masses of woolly yellow flowers borne on stems in spring and summer. A hardy species best planted in clumps.|
|Conostylis candicans||Grey Cottonheads||Rhizomatous. perennial. grass-like 0.05-0.4m h||Flw:yellow Jul to Nov||Sand,Loam,Coastal|
|Correa - Marions Marvel||Shrub 1.5m h x 2m w||Flw:Pink/green Autumn Winter||Shade,Sun,Adaptable|
|Correa alba||Cape Barren Tea, White Correa||Shrub 0.5-2m h x 1-2m w||Flw:White Autumn Winter||Shade,Sun,Adaptable||This coastal shrub bears attractive, white, bell-shaped flowers with four petals. The leaves were once used as a tea substutute, particularly by sealers on islands in Bass Strait. Although the infusion is not as strong as that from Baeckeas and Leptospermums, the drink is pleasantly aromatic and sweetish.|
|Correa backhousia x reflexa||Marion's Marvel||Spreading shrub 1.2m h x 1.5-3m w||Flw:red yellow||Shade,Moist,Sun||Frost tolerant |
|Correa Dusky Bells||Shrub 0.3-1m h x 2-4m w||Flw:pink Autumn - Spring||Shade,Sun,Adaptable||A very attractive winter flowering ground cover or edging plant, that thrives in part shade. Also makes an attractive container plant.|
|Correa glabra Red Rock Correa||Rounded shrub 1.5m h x 1.5m w||Flw:Red/green Spring||Shade,Adaptable||LOW HEDGING PLANT. |
|Correa puchella||Pink Mist||Shrub 0.75m h x 1m w||Flw:Pink may - July||Shade,Sun,Adaptable|
|Correa pulchella||Shrub 0.1-0.6m h x 1-1.5m w||Flw:Pink Autumn||Shade,Sun,Adaptable||A very pretty bird attracting container plant or on the edge of a path.|
|Correa pulchella||Nana Orange||Small compact shrub. 0.4m h||Flw:Orange Autumn||Shade,Adaptable||Delightful addition to any garden. |
|Correa reflexa||Shrub 1.5-2m h x 1m w||Flw:Pink/White||Shade,Sun,Adaptable|
|Correa Wynn's Wonder||Low grounding shrub 0.8-2m h x 1-2m w||Flw:pink||Shade,Sun,Adaptable||Sport from C. 'Mannii'|
|Corymbia calophylla||Marri||Tree (mallee. rarely) 15-20m h x 10-15m w||Flw:white/pink Dec or Jan to May||Sand,Gravel,Clay,Adaptable||Black Cockatoo : Very good for food, nesting and roosting |
|Corymbia citriodora||Lemon-scented Gum||tree 15-30m h x 10-25m w||Flw:cream.white||Coastal,Adaptable||Ornametal , branch dropper|
|Corymbia dichromophloia||e||Tree 12-15m h||Flw:Cream-white Feb to May||Sand,Coastal|
|Corymbia ficifolia||Red-flowered Gum||Small tree 6-15m h x 5-10m w||Flw:White, Red, Orange Dec to May||Sand,Loam,Gravel||THESE SEED GROWN PLANTS CAN HAVE DIFFERENT FLOWER COLOURS. |
IT IS DIFFICULT TO PREDICT WHICH COLOUR FLOWERS THESE TREES WILL HAVE. PURE WHITE IS UNUSUAL.
GOOD COCKATOO FOOD.
|Corymbia haematoxylon||Mountain Marri||Tree 2.5-15m h||Flw:White Oct - Mar||Sand,Loam,Gravel||Black Cockatoo : Good for food|
|Corymbia maculata||Spotted gum||Tree 20-30m h x 10-20m w||Flw:Small white Winter-Spring||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Clay,Adaptable||Black Cockatoo : roosting tree|
|Corymbia ptychocarpa||Swamp Bloodwood||Tree 4.5-18m h||Flw:pink. Feb to May||Sand,Moist|
|Crowea Poorinda Ecstasy||Shrub 1m h x 1m w||Flw:pink All year||Shade,Sun,Adaptable|
|Cyanostegia angustifolia Blue flowers||Viscid (sticky) shrub. 0.5-2m h x 1-1m w||Flw:Pale blue/purple. July - Nov Fol:Dark Green.||Sand,Gravel|
|Cymbopogon obtectus||Silky Heads||Tufted perennial. grass-like or herb 0.3-1m h||Flw:green-purple Jan or Nov to Dec or Apr to Sep||Edible stem roots.|
|Dampiera altissima||Decumbent to ascending. woody perennial. Herb 0.1-0.5m h||Flw:blue/purple-blue Jun to Oct||Sand,Loam,Gravel|
|Dampiera diversifolia||Prostrate shrub. 0.03-0.75m h x 0.6m w||Flw:blue/blue-purple Sep to Dec||Sand||CHARMING SPREADING PLANT. |
|Dampiera linearis||Erect perennial. Herb 0.15-0.6m h||Flw:blue Jul to Dec||Sand,Gravel,Clay,Moist|
|Dampiera loranthifolia||Erect perennial herb.||Flw:Blue May or Jul or Sep-Dec||Sand,Loam,Gravel|
|Dampiera teres||Erect. much-branched shrub 0.15-0.6m h||Flw:blue/purple Aug to Nov|
|Darwinia citriodora Prostrate Form||Lemon-scented Myrtle||groundcover 0.3m h x 1.5m w||Flw:red white May-Dec||Gravel,Shade,Sun||Black Cockatoo : food source |
Unusual flowers small tightly packed flowersand aromatic foliage plus being hardy and adaptable make this a great groundcover,each plant can cover 1-2 square metres of garden bed. The leaves are a grey-green colour to a reddish bronze during autumn and winter. Aromatic foliage, bird attracting.
|Darwinia oldfieldii||Erect. spreading shrub 0.5-1m h x 1-2m w||Flw:red Aug to Nov||Sand,Coastal|
|Darwinia pinifolia||Low spreading to prostrate shrub 0.1-0.5m h||Flw:red/purple Sep to Dec or Jan to Feb||Sand,Moist|
|Darwinia var. Chiddarcooping||Erect, rounded shrub, 0.3-0.7m h||Flw:Pink/red flowers Spring Fol:Grey foliage||Sand,Loam,Clay||Sand, clay, loam, granite. Rock outcrops. |
PRIORITY 4 RARE PLANT.
|Darwinia vestita||Erect. bushy shrub 0.2-1m h||Flw:white-red/pink Jul to Dec.||Sand,Gravel,Coastal,Moist|
|Dianella revoluta||Wavy Flax Lilly||Clumping strappy leaf 0.3-1m h x 0.5-1m w||Flw:blue-purple-violet Aug to Dec||Gravel,Coastal,Adaptable|
|Dianella revoluta||Black-anther Flax-lily||Rhizomatous. perennial. Herb 0.3-1.5m h x 0.5-2.5m w||Flw:blue-purple-violet Aug to Dec||Shade,Sun,Adaptable||A clumping species with long attractive strappy leaves. Is happiest when grown in a little shade with a little water.|
|Dianella revoluta mini||Mini Flax Lilly||Rhizomatous. perennial. Herb 0.3-1.5m h x 0.3-2.5m w||Flw:blue-purple-violet||Gravel,Coastal,Shade,Adaptable||SMALL HEDGE. |
CLUMP IN FLOWERBEDS.
|Dianella revoluta Variegata||Variegated Blue Flax Lily||Rhizomatous. perennial. Herb 0.3-1.5m h x 0.5-2.5m w||Flw:blue-purple-violet Aug to Dec||Gravel,Coastal,Adaptable|
|Diaspasis filifolia||Thread-leaved Diaspasis||slender perennial shrub 0.4-0.8m h x 0.3-0.8m w||Flw:White/pink/purple Sep to Jan Fol:Fine green leaves.||Sand,Clay,Moist|
|Dichondra repens||Kidney-weed, Kidney-grass||creeping perennial. Herb 0.04m h x 1-2m w||Flw:white/green-yellow Sep to Oct||Coastal||GOOD FLAT GROUNDCOVER. |
PREFERS MOIST,SHADE, SANDY SPOTS.
|Dielsia stenostachyus||Rhizomatous, perennial herb. 0.2-0.9m h||Flw:Brown Fol:Attractive foliage.||Sand,Clay,Moist||Interesting addition to a flowerbed. |
|Dodonaea hackettiana||Hackett's Hop Bush||Erect shrub or tree 1-5m h||Flw:yellow-green/red mainly Jul to Oct||Sand,Coastal|
|Eremophila calorhabdos||Red Rod, Spiked Eremophila||Erect. spindly shrub 1-3m h x 0.5-2m w||Flw:red/pink-purple-red winter summer||Sand,Loam,Clay,Shade,Moist,Sun|
|Eremophila glabra||Mingenew Gold||Prostrate shrub||Flw:yellow spring||Sand,Gravel,Clay,Coastal,Moist,Adaptable||Can Tolerate saline soils |
|Eremophila glabra||Orange||Dense shrub 1m h x 1m w||Flw:Orange Winter-Spring||Adaptable|
|Eremophila glabra||Kalbarri Carpet||Groundcover 0.5m h x 2m w||Flw:Yellow winter spring Fol:silver||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Clay,Coastal||A selected form which is a tough groundcover with silver-grey leaves. Pruning is recommended to encourage bush growth. A native of Kwinana. Edible seeds.|
|Eremophila glabra||Amber Carpet||Groundcover 0.3m h x 2m w||Flw:Amber Spring Autumn||Sand,Loam,Clay,Coastal,Shade,Moist,Sun,Adaptable||This is a selected form of Eremophila glabra which makes a good hardy prostrate groundcover. Pruning is recommended to encourage bushy growth. |
Tolerates frost,drought and dry conditions
|Eremophila glabra||Brice||Shrub 0.7-1m h x 1m w||Flw:yellow||Coastal,Shade,Sun,Adaptable||SMALL HEDGING PLANT. |
|Eremophila glabra||Roseworthy||Ground cover 0.3m h x 2m w||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Clay,Coastal,Shade,Sun,Adaptable|
|Eremophila glabra||Murchison Magic||Shrub 0.1-3m h||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Clay,Coastal||Tolerates saline areas|
|Eremophila laanii||Spreading shrub. 0.9-2.4m h||Flw:White-pink. Aug - Dec.||Clay,Moist|
|Eremophila latrobei||Medium shrub 1-2m h||Flw:Red to purplish red Winter to early summer||Sand,Sun|
|Eremophila macdonnellii||grey leaf form||Shrub 0.5-1m h x 2-3m w||Flw:large purple Winter and spring|
|Eremophila maculata||Lemon Delight||Shrub 1.2m h x 1.2m w||Flw:Pale lemon flowers||Loam,Gravel,Clay,Shade,Sun,Adaptable||Tolerates light frost and drought|
|Eremophila maculata||Magic Blush||shrub 1-2m h x 1-2m w||Flw:red june to dec||Loam,Gravel,Clay,Shade,Sun,Adaptable||A fast growing, very hardy, evergreen shrub usually reaching about 1.5m high and wide. Dark green foliaged becomes tinged with red during flowering. Deep red to reddish purple, tubular, bird attracting flowers are produced from mid winter to early summer. Prune after flowering to encourage bushier growth.|
|Eremophila maculata||Minnie Pink||Shrub 1.2m h x 1.2m w||Gravel,Clay,Coastal,Shade,Sun,Adaptable|
|Eremophila nivea||Silky Eremophila, Spring Mist||shrub 1-2m h x 0.7-1.5m w||Flw:Violet Aug to Oct Fol:Soft grey to white||Sand,Clay,Coastal,Shade,Sun,Adaptable||BEAUTIFUL PLANT WITH WHITE/SILVER LEAVES AND VIOLET FLOWERS. |
WILL GROW IN DAPPLED SHADE.
|Eremophila resinosa||Spreading shrub 0.4-0.8m h x 1m w||Flw:blue-purple-white Apr or Oct to Nov|
|Eremophila scaberula||Low compact or sprawling to upright shrub 0.15-0.7m h||Flw:purple-blue Aug to Oct||Loam,Clay,Adaptable||Tolerates winter wet locations|
|Eremophila Scarlet Gem||Compact Shrub 1.5m h||Flw:Scarlet flowers||Shade,Sun,Adaptable||CONTAINER PLANT. |
|Eremophila subfloccosa ssp lanata||Erect or spreading shrub 0.7m h x 1.2m w||Flw:yellow-green/green Mar or Jun to Dec||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Clay||Tolerates saline areas|
|Eremophila subfloccosa ssp subfloc||Erect or spreading shrub 0.7m h x 1.2m w||Flw:yellow-green/green Mar or Jun to Dec||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Clay||Tolerates saline areas|
|Eremophila subteretifolia||Prostrate shrub 0.04-0.15m h x 2.5m w||Flw:orange Nov to Dec||Sand,Loam,Shade,Sun|
|Eremophila Summertime Blue||Shrub 1.5m h x 1.5m w||Flw:blue/lilac Spring-Summer||Sand,Loam,Coastal,Adaptable||Suitable for coastal and inland gardens. Frost and drought tolerant|
|Eucalyptus accedens||Powderbark Wandoo||tree 8-25m h x 6-15m w||Flw:white-cream Dec to Apr||Loam,Gravel,Clay|
|Eucalyptus albida||White-leaved Mallee||Mallee or tree 2.5-5m h x 4-6m w||Flw:white Nov to Dec or Jan||Sand,Gravel|
|Eucalyptus albopurpurea||Port Lincoln Mallee, Purple flowered Mallee||Mallee 4-5m h x 4-8m w||Flw:white,pink,mauve Most of Year||Coastal,Adaptable||Ornamantal , windbreaks|
|Eucalyptus burracoppinensis||Burracoppin Mallee||Mallee 1-6m h||Flw:white-cream-yellow Aug to Nov||Sand,Gravel|
|Eucalyptus caesia ssp magna||Silver Princess||Mallee 3-10m h x 6m w||Flw:pink red May to Sep||Loam,Gravel,Adaptable||Black Cockatoo : Good food source|
|Eucalyptus celastriodes||mallee or tree 2-8m h||Flw:White Aug to Jan||Sand,Clay|
|Eucalyptus cinerea||Argyle Apple||Mallee 7-15m h x 5-10m w||Flw:Small white||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Clay|
|Eucalyptus cladocalyx nana||Bushy Sugar Gum||Tree 8-15m h||Flw:Creamy-White Summer||Adaptable||Tolerates saline soils|
|Eucalyptus conferruminata||Bushy Yate, Bald Island Marlock||Mallee or tree 2-8m h||Flw:yellow-green Aug to Nov||Sand,Loam,Adaptable||Delacred weed in the Swan NRM region|
|Eucalyptus cornuta||Yate||Tree (mallee. rarely) 2-25m h||Flw:yellow-green Jan to May or Jul to Nov||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Moist|
|Eucalyptus crenulata||Silver Gum, Buxton Gum||Tree 4-15m h x 3-10m w||Flw:cream/white spring||Sand,Loam,Clay|
|Eucalyptus eremophila||Sand mallee WA,Tall Sand Mallee||Mallee tree 3-8m h x 4-8m w||Flw:white cream pink Aug to Dec||Sand,Loam,Clay|
|Eucalyptus erythrocorys||Illyarrie,Red Cap Gum,||Tree 4-9m h x 3-8m w||Flw:yellow red caps Feb to Apr||Sand,Coastal|
|Eucalyptus erythronema var. erythronema.||Red-flowered Mallee||Mallee or tree 2-6m h||Flw:red/pink/cream-white Jul to Feb||Sand,Gravel,Clay|
|Eucalyptus eudesmioides||Malallie||Mallee, tree 2-8m h||Flw:white Feb-May||Sand,Gravel|
|Eucalyptus ewartiana||Mallee with 'minni-ritchi' bark. 2-7m h||Flw:Flowers white Aug-Dec or Jan-Feb||Sand,Loam,Gravel|
|Eucalyptus falcata||Silver Mallet||Mallee or marlock 6m h||Flw:white-cream Aug to Dec or Jan to May||Sand,Gravel,Coastal|
|Eucalyptus flocktoniae||Merritt||Tree (sometimes mallee) 2.5-15m h||Flw:white-cream-yellow Aug to Apr||Loam,Clay|
|Eucalyptus formanii||Tree 3-11m h||Flw:White Dec - Apr||Sand|
|Eucalyptus forrestiana sp forrestiana||Fuchsia Gum||Mallee, Tree 1.5-6m h x 5m w||Flw:Yellow Jan - Jun||Sand,Clay||Ornmaental or windbreak tree|
|Eucalyptus gardneri||Blue Mallett||Tree 5-10m h||Flw:yellow-cream Feb to Sep or Dec.||Gravel|
|Eucalyptus gomphocephala||Tuart||Tree 10-40m h||Flw:white Jan to Apr||Sand,Coastal,Moist,Adaptable||Black Cockatoo : Good food , nesting and roosting tree|
|Eucalyptus incrassata||Ridge-fruited Mallee||Mallee 2-5m h||Flw:cream-white-yellow Aug to Apr||Sand,Coastal|
|Eucalyptus kingsmillii||Mallee 1.5-8m h||Flw:white cream yellow Apr - Oct||Sand,Gravel|
|Eucalyptus kochii ssp kochii||Mallee or tree 3-7m h||Flw:white. Oct||Sand,Loam,Gravel||good shelter or windbreak|
|Eucalyptus kondininensis||Kondinin Blackbutt||Tree (mallee. mallet) 4-20m h||Flw:white Jul to Aug or Oct to Dec||Gravel,Clay,Moist||Saline areas or waterlogged|
|Eucalyptus kruseana||Book-leaf Mallee||Straggly mallee 2-3.5m h x 2-4m w||Flw:yellow Jun to Sep||Loam,Gravel||ornamental, shade and cut foliage tree |
|Eucalyptus laeliae||Darling Range Ghost Gum||Tree 5-20m h x 8-12m w||Flw:white Dec or Jan to Feb||Loam,Gravel,Clay||White trunk|
|Eucalyptus lane-poolei||Salmon White Gum||Mallee or tree 3-12m h||Flw:white-cream Jan to Jun or Aug to Sep||Sand,Loam,Gravel|
|Eucalyptus leptocalyx||Mallee, rarely a tree. 2-6m h||Flw:White cream Sep-Dec or Jan-Mar||Sand,Gravel,Clay|
|Eucalyptus leucoxylon ssp megalocarpa||Tree 4-9m h x 5-10m w||Flw:Pink red Winter||Sand,Loam|
|Eucalyptus loxophleba ssp. Loxophleba||York Gum||Mallee or tree 15m h||Flw:white Jul to Dec or Jan to Feb||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Clay||Black Cockatoo : food and nesting tree|
|Eucalyptus macrandra||Long-flowered Marlock||Mallee or tree (rarely) 2-8m h||Flw:yellow-green Nov to Dec or Jan to Apr||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Clay,Adaptable|
|Eucalyptus marginata||Jarrah||Tree 40m h||Flw:white-cream/pink Jun to Dec or Jan||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Coastal||Black Cockatoo : Good food and roosting tree|
|Eucalyptus megacarpa||Bullich||Mallee or tree 2-35m h||Flw:white Apr to Nov||Sand,Loam,Coastal,Moist|
|Eucalyptus oleosa||Glossy Leaved Mallee||Mallee or tree, rough fibrous bark. 11m h||Flw:Yellow Nov-Dec||Sand,Loam,Coastal|
|Eucalyptus pachyphylla||Red Bud Mallee||Multi-stemmed 1.5-5m h||Flw:Cream to yellow with red buds April to July||Sand,Loam|
|Eucalyptus patens||Tree 3-25m h||Flw:white/cream Jul to to Feb||Sand,Gravel,Clay||Black Cockatoo : Good food and roosting tree|
|Eucalyptus pileata||Mallee with smooth bark. 8m h||Flw:White Feb-May or Sep to Oct||Sand,Loam,Gravel|
|Eucalyptus platycorys||Borabbin Mallee||Mallee, occasionhally a tree. 2-12m h||Flw:White July - Oct||Sand,Loam,Gravel||Sand dunes near salt lakes.|
|Eucalyptus pleurocarpa||Tallerack||Mallee 4m h||Flw:White Jan||Sand||Black Cockatoo : Good food source|
|Eucalyptus pluricaulis||Multi-stemmed mallee 3-5m h||Flw:Small yellow Autumn and winter||Shade,Sun,Adaptable|
|Eucalyptus preissiana||Bell Fruited Mallee||Sprawing mallee 3-5m h||Flw:Yellow May - Nov||Sand,Gravel,Clay,Coastal||Black Cockatoo : Good food source|
|Eucalyptus pulverulenta||Tree 6-10m h x 2-5m w||Flw:yellow/white spring summer||Adaptable|
|Eucalyptus pyriformis||Mallee 1.5-5m h||Flw:cream yellow May Oct||Sand,Gravel|
|Eucalyptus robusta||Swamp Mahogany||Tree 10-20m h x 8-15m w||Flw:White Autumn||Sand,Coastal,Moist,Adaptable||Black Cockatoo : Good food and roosting tree|
|Eucalyptus rosacea||Dark Pink/Red Form||Mallee 1-4m h||Flw:cream pink red Nov Feb||Sand|
|Eucalyptus rudis||Moitch||Tree 5-20m h||Flw:white Jul to Sep||Sand,Loam,Coastal||Black Cockatoo : roosting tree|
|Eucalyptus salmonophloia||Salmon Gum||Tree 4-30m h||Flw:white-cream Aug to Dec||Sand,Gravel,Clay||Black Cockatoo : Very good food and nesting tree|
|Eucalyptus sepulcralis||Weeping Gum||Slender. weeping tree (mallee) 3-8m h||Flw:yellow-cream Sep to Dec or Jan to Feb||Sand|
|Eucalyptus sideroxylon rosea||Red Ironbark||Tree 10-20m h x 8-15m w||Flw:Pink Winter||Sand,Loam,Coastal|
|Eucalyptus spathulata||Swamp Mallet||Mallett 8m h||Flw:white||Sand,Clay,Adaptable||Tolerates Saline conditions |
|Eucalyptus suggrandis suggrandis||Mallee with smooth grey bark over copper. 1-5m h||Flw:Cream-white Nov-Dec or Jan-Mar||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Clay|
|Eucalyptus synandra||Mallee 3.5-10m h||Flw:Cream/pink Aug - Mar||Sand,Gravel|
|Eucalyptus tetragona||Mallee 4-8m h||Flw:White cream Nov Feb||Sand||Also known as Eucalyptus pleurocarpa|
|Eucalyptus todtiana||Coastal Blackbutt, Pricklybark||Mallee or tree 2-8m h x 5-10m w||Flw:white/creamwhite-cream Jan to Apr||Sand,Gravel,Coastal||Black Cockatoo : Good food source|
|Eucalyptus torquata||Coral Gum,Coolgardie Gum||Tree 8m h x 4m w||Flw:pink-red Aug to Dec||Sand,Loam,Clay||Good street tree or for urban block |
|Eucalyptus torwood||Eucalyptus torquata x woodwardii||tree 8m h||Flw:Red/Pink||Sand,Loam,Clay|
|Eucalyptus uncinata||Hook leaved mallee||Mallee or tree (rarely) 1-8m h||Flw:white-cream Jan to Apr||Sand,Coastal|
|Eucalyptus utilis||Formally Eucalyptus platypus||Spreading tree (mallee) 1.5-15m h||Flw:cream/white Sep to Dec or Jan||Sand,Clay,Coastal,Moist,Adaptable||(Platypus var heterophylla)|
|Eucalyptus victrix||Western Coolabah||Spreading tree 1-12m h x 5-6m w||Flw:white-cream Nov or Jan to Mar||Sand,Loam,Clay,Adaptable||Attractive small tree with a white trunk. Small lime green flowers in late summer which are insect and bird attracting.|
|Eucalyptus wandoo||Wandoo||Tree 3-25m h||Flw:white-cream Dec or Jan to May||Sand,Gravel,Clay||Black Cockatoo : very good food, nesting and roosting tree |
The outer parts of the roots of young Wandoo can be scraped off and eaten. They are sweet and juicy. The flowers produce a tasty mild flavoured honey. The timber and bark are rich in tannin and used to be used commercially to tan leather.
|Eucalyptus websteriana||mallee 4m h||Flw:yellow Sep - Nov Fol:Heart shape grey green||Gravel||Smooth red-brown bark shedding in longitudinal rolls. |
Erect compact with branches close to the ground
|Eucalyptus xanthonema||Mallee 1-5m h||Flw:white-cream Sep to Dec or Jan to Feb||Gravel|
|Eucalyptus xerothermica||Mallee or tree 2-8m h||Sand,Loam,Coastal|
|Eucalyptus youngiana||Large-fruited Mallee||Mallee, tree 4-10m h||Flw:red/yellow Jun Oct||Sand,Loam|
|Eutaxia myrtifolia||Eggs and Bacon||Prostrate to erect shrub 2m h x 1-2m w||Flw:orange-yellow/red Feb to Dec||Sand,Loam,Clay,Adaptable||Formely Eutaxia obvata |
Formely Eutaxia obvata
|Ficinia nodosa||perennial. Sedge 1m h x 0.8m w||Flw:brown/cream Oct to Dec or Jan||Clay,Coastal,Moist||Tolerates wet and saline conditions|
|Frankenia confusa||Low Shrub 0.75m h x 0.75m w||Flw:Pink Fol:Green||Sand,Clay||Garden and pot plant.|
|Gastrolobium celsianum||Swan River Pea||Shrub 0.8m h x 0.5m w||Flw:red Aug to Nov||Gravel,Shade,Moist,Adaptable||GOOD ADDITION TO FLOWERBEDS. |
(prev. Brachysema lanceolatum)
|Gastrolobium spinosum||Prickly Poison||Shrub 3.5m h||Flw:yellow/orange/red May to Jan Fol:Prickly||Sand,Gravel,Clay,Adaptable|
|Goodenia ovata||Hop Goodenia||Shrub 0.1-1m h x 1-3m w||Flw:yellow Spring||Shade,Sun,Adaptable||POT PLANT. |
HANGING BASKET PLANT.
SLOPING BANK COVER.
ROCK GARDEN PLANT.
|Goodenia varia||Sticky Goodenia, Kalgoorlie Honey Due||Prostrate shrub 0.1-0.6m h x 0.5-1.5m w||Flw:yellow Oct to Nov||Sand,Coastal,Adaptable||HARDY GROUNDCOVER. |
FRONT OF FLOWERBED PLANT.
|Goodenia viscida||Viscid Goodenia||.Erect perennial. Shrub 0.3-0.6m h x 0.3-0.5m w||Flw:yellow May to Dec or Jan to Feb||Sand,Clay||FAST GROWING. |
ATTRACTIVE IN CLUMPS IN A GARDEN BED.
|Grevillea bipinnatifida x Clearview Robin||Sunrise||Spreading Shrub 0.6-1.5m h x 1-2.5m w||Flw:Apricot spring summer||Adaptable||Frost and Drought tolerant|
|Grevillea Bonnie Prince Charlie||Speading shrub 0.5-1m h x 1-1.5m w||Flw:Red and yellow spring summer||Adaptable|
|Grevillea brachystachya||Frosty Pink||Moderately dense shrub 0.6-1.5m h x 1.5m w||Flw:Pink Jun to Oct||Sand,Loam,Gravel|
|Grevillea candelabroides||Candellabroides Grevillea||Non-lignotuberous shrub 1.2-4m h x 4m w||Flw:cream-white Apr or Aug to Dec or Jan||Sand|
|Grevillea Carramar Gold||shrub 1-2m h x 2m w||Flw:yellow||Adaptable||Dense screening plant |
|Grevillea crithmifolia PROSTRATE form||Prostrate groundcover 0.75m h x 3m w||Flw:white, pale pink Aug to Nov||Sand,Coastal,Shade,Sun,Adaptable||A good dense groundcover for suppressing weeds. The masses of white flowers are very attractive to little birds.|
|Grevillea diminuta||Shrub 1m h x 1m w||Flw:Rusty Red Spring||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Shade,Sun|
|Grevillea dimorpha||Flame grevillea||Shrub 1m h x 1m w||Flw:red June - Winter||Adaptable||BIRD ATTRACTING. |
|Grevillea endlicheriana||Spindly Grevillea||Shrub 2-4m h x 2-5m w||Flw:white & pink/pink/red Jul to Nov||Sand,Loam,Gravel||Excellent plant for using behind smaller shrubs as the long stems which hold the flowers sway in the breeze making it look like a swarm of insects |
|Grevillea filliloba Ellendale Dragon||shrub 1.5m h x 1.5m w||Flw:red All Year||Adaptable||A West Australian commercial cultivar which has masses of beautiful red flowers. Requires good drainage. An excellent bird attracting screen.|
|Grevillea Forest Rambler||Shrub 0.3-1.5m h x 1.5-3.5m w||Flw:pale pink spring||Adaptable|
|Grevillea Gaudi Chaudi||Ground cover 0.3m h x 2-5m w||Flw:Pink/Red toothbrush spring autumn||Shade,Sun,Adaptable|
|Grevillea John Evans||Shrub 1.5m h x 2m w||Flw:red winter pring||Adaptable|
|Grevillea juniperina||Molonglo||low Spreading 0.2m h x 1m w||Flw:Apricot||Adaptable|
|Grevillea juniperina prostrate||Pink Lady||Groundcover 0.3-0.6m h x 2-3m w||Flw:Pale Pink Spring Summer||Adaptable|
|Grevillea lanigera broad leaf form||Wooley Grevillea||Groundcover 0.3m h x 2m w||Flw:Red cream Spring||Shade,Sun,Adaptable|
|Grevillea lanigera x lavendulacea Winter Delight||ground cover 0.3m h x 1m w||Flw:pink Winter||Adaptable|
|Grevillea maccutcheonii||Densely branched shrub 2m h||Flw:green & red Mar or May or Dec||Gravel,Clay,Moist,Adaptable||VERY RARE PLANT|
|Grevillea obtusifolia||Gin Gin Gem||Groundcover 0.25m h x 3-5m w||Flw:red Winter||Adaptable||HARDY GROUNDCOVER. |
|Grevillea olivacea RED||Erect. non-lignotuberous shrub 1-4.5m h||Flw:red/red-pink Jun to Sep||Sand,Coastal,Adaptable||EXCELLENT TALL HEDGE PLANT. |
GOOD NEIGHBOUR HIDER.
RESPONDS WELL TO PRUNING.
|Grevillea pimeleoides||Non-lignotuberous shrub 0.4-2.4m h x 1-2.5m w||Flw:yellow-orange May to Nov||Sand,Gravel,Shade|
|Grevillea Poorinda Signet||Spreading shrub 1.5-2m h x 1.5-2m w||Flw:Pink/red Flowers||Adaptable|
|Grevillea preissii||Sea Spray||Spreading shrub 0.15-0.7m h x 1.2m w||Flw:red Jul to Sep||Adaptable||Makes attractive low border. |
Road verge planting.
|Grevillea preissii DWARF||Shrub 0.15-0.8m h||Flw:red jun-sep||Sand,Clay,Coastal,Moist|
|Grevillea robusta||Silky Oak||Tree 8-20m h x 5-14m w||Flw:Yellow spring summer||Adaptable||Black Cockatoo : Good food source|
|Grevillea rosmarinifolia Lutea||Yellow Rosemary Grevillea||Shrub 2-2.5m h x 2-2.5m w||Flw:yellow Most of year||Adaptable|
|Grevillea Sid Cadwell||Small to medium shrub 0.5-1.5m h||Flw:Deep red toothbrush flowers. Spring||Shade,Adaptable|
|Grevillea tetragonoloba||Erect to spreading shrub 0.6-2.6m h||Flw:red & brown Jun to Nov||Sand,Loam,Gravel|
|Grevillea thelemanniana||Spreading. lignotuberous shrub 0.3-1.5m h||Flw:pink-red May to Nov||Sand,Clay,Coastal,Moist|
|Grevillea vestita Pink Flowers||Erect. spreading. prickly shrub 0.5-3m h x 3.5m w||Flw:white-cream/pink Jan to Nov||Sand,Gravel,Coastal||An attractive grevillea with masses of pink flowers. It used to be quite common in Kwinana and Baldivis. It is tough and very waterwise.|
|Grevillea vestita White Flowers||Sand,Gravel,Coastal,Adaptable||Erect, spreading, prickly shrub 0.5 -3m h x3.5m w |
White flowers appear from January to November
Sand, gravel, coastal
|Grevillea x semperflorens||Shrub 2m h x 2m w||Flw:yellow/pink Most of Year||Sand,Loam,Gravel||Semper in Latin means 'always' and florens in Latin means 'flowering'. |
|Guichenotia ledifolia||Spreading shrub 0.4-1.5m h||Flw:blue-purple/pink Jul to Oct||Sand,Clay,Coastal||USEFUL GARDEN SHRUB. |
COASTAL WITH SOME PROTECTION.
|Hakea bucculenta||Red Pokers||Erect. non-lignotuberous shrub 1.2-4.5m h||Flw:red Aug to Sep||Sand,Loam||A wonderful bird attracting specimen shrub or fence screen. Flowers make a sweet drink.|
|Hakea Burrendong Beauty||Shrub 0.5-1m h x 2-3m w||Flw:pink/white Winter||Adaptable||This is one of the most stunning plants to flower in late winter/spring. It has masses of beautiful pink and white flowers. It is extremely bird attracting and will survive the toughest conditions. A total must for an open spot in the garden. |
Flowers make a sweet drink.
|Hakea cinerea||Sturdy upright shrub. 0.7-2.5m h||Flw:green-yellow Aug-Sep Fol:Blue/grey & stiff.||Flowers make a sweet drink. |
Named from the Latin 'cinereus' - ash grey, referring to foliage colour.
|Hakea corymbosa||Cauliflower Hakea||Erect. non-lignotuberous shrub 0.5-2m h||Flw:green-white/cream-yellow May to Sep||Sand,Gravel||Flowers make a sweet drink.|
|Hakea drupacea||Sweet-Scented Hakea||Erect shrub 1-4m h||Flw:white Mar to Jun||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Coastal||Flowers make a sweet drink.|
|Hakea kippistiana||Small tree 2-3m h||Flw:White-cream-pink Sept to Nov||Sand,Clay,Adaptable||The spiky leaves are a good habitat for small birds.|
|Hakea laurina||Pincushion Hakea||Tree, Shrub 2.5-6m h x 3-6m w||Flw:crimson rounded fragrant Apr Aug||Sand,Clay,Shade||Black Cockatoo : Good food source |
A fast growing, decorative shrub. It is useful for street, hedge, screening and windbreak planting. The flowers are rich in nectar and are a valuable source of food for honeyeaters. They also make a sweet drink when soaked in water.
|Hakea lissocarpha||Honeybush||Erect to sprawling. pungent. Shrub 0.4-1.5m h||Flw:white-cream/yellow/pink May to Sep||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Coastal||Black Cockatoo : Good food source |
A prolific winter flowering fragrant shrub. It forms a beautiful low impenetrable, fast growing hedge. Flowers also make a sweet drink when soaked in water.
|Hakea nitida||Frog Hakea||Erect. non-lignotuberous shrub 1-3m h||Flw:white/cream-yellow Jul to Sep||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Coastal|
|Hakea petiolaris||Sea Urchin Hakea||Erect shrub or tree 2-9m h||Flw:pink & cream Mar to Jul||Loam,Gravel,Adaptable||Black Cockatoo : Good food source |
An attractive off-season flowering shrub. Its beautiful silvery foliage makes it a lovely feature. It is suitable for coastal planting and forms a good screen. Flowers make a sweet drink when soaked in water.
|Hakea platysperma||Cricket-ball Hakea||Erect. non-lignotuberous shrub 1-3m h||Flw:cream/cream-pink-red Jul to Oct||Sand,Gravel,Clay||Flowers make a sweet drink when soaked in water.|
|Hakea prostrata||Harsh Hakea||Spreading shrub||Flw:Scented cream Aug to Nov||Sand,Coastal,Moist||Black Cockatoo : Good food source |
Flowers make a sweet drink.
|Hakea prostrata Inland upright form.||Upright to 3m high||Flw:Cream,white or yellow August to November||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Clay||The pricky leaves make this a great habitat plant.|
|Hakea ruscifolia||Candle-spike Hakea||.Lignotuberous shrub 0.5-3m h||Flw:white Dec or Jan to Apr or Jun||Sand,Gravel,Clay,Coastal||Flowers make a sweet drink.|
|Hakea trifurcata||Two-leaf Hakea||Rounded or open shrub 1.5-3m h x 3.5m w||Flw:white/cream-pink Apr to Oct||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Coastal||Very hardy in most conditions |
Black Cockatoo : Good food source
Flowers make a sweet drink.
|Hakea varia||Variable-leaved Hakea||Erect or spreading shrub 1-4m h x 3m w||Flw:white-cream/yellow Jul to Nov||Sand,Loam,Clay,Moist||Black Cockatoo : Good food source |
Flowers make a sweet drink.
|Hardenbergia comptoniana||Native Wisteria||Twining shrub or climber 5m w||Flw:blue-purple Jul to Oct||Sand,Coastal,Shade,Adaptable|
|Hardenbergia violacea Alba||Fast growing vine.||Flw:White Spring Fol:Dark green.||Sand,Clay||Needs good drainage, full sun, part shade. |
Lives about 15 years.
|Hemiandra pungens Silver Surprise||Shrub 1.5m h||Flw:Mauve Jan - Dec Fol:Grey||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Clay,Adaptable|
|Hibbertia cuneiformis||Cutleaf Guinea Flower||Erect or sprawling shrub 1-1.5m h x 1.5m w||Flw:yellow Jan to Mar or Jun to Nov||Sand,Loam,Coastal,Shade,Moist||A hardy shrub which is an excellent addition to any garden. It is adaptable with attractive bright yellow flowers.|
|Hibbertia microphylla||Erect slender or multi-stemmed shrub 0.1-0.6m h||Flw:yellow Aug to Dec||Sand,Gravel,Clay,Moist|
|Hibbertia obtusifolia||Small Shrub 0.5m h x 0.5m w||Flw:yellow Spring - Summer||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Adaptable||ROCKERIES. |
|Hibbertia racemosa Grey Leaved Form||Stalked Guinea Flower||Erect or ascending. spreading shrub 0.1-0.75m h||Flw:yellow Jul to Dec||Sand,Coastal||Small shrub with grey leaves and masses of little yellow flowers throughout winter and spring. Planted in clumps of three gives a good impact.|
|Hibbertia scandens||Snake Vine,Climbing Guinea Flower||Climber 2-5m h x 2-5m w||Flw:yellow||Coastal,Shade,Moist,Sun,Adaptable||An extremely hardy and adaptable plant that can be trained up a fence or used as a ground cover. It is fast growing and salt tollerant.|
|Hibbertia stellaris||Orange Stars||Erect or prostrate. slender or bushy shrub 0.15-1.5m h||Flw:orange/orange-yellow/yellow Aug to Dec||Sand,Clay,Moist||MUST BE KEPT MOIST. |
AN EXCELLENT POT PLANT.
FLOWERS ARE VERY BRIGHT.
|Hibbertia subvaginata||Erect. occasionally prostrate. spreading or straggling shrub 0.15-1.2m h||Flw:yellow Jul to Dec||Sand,Gravel|
|Hibiscus tilaceous Rubra||Cottonwood||Tree dense 6m h x 6m w||Flw:Yellow spring summer Fol:red||Coastal,Moist,Adaptable||Good screen tree|
|Hopkinsia anoectocolea||Heidi Hopkinsia||Rhizomatous, tufted perennial. 0.5-1m h x 1m w||Flw:Brown September - December||Sand,Adaptable||White or grey sand, salt tolerant, |
Drought tolerant - dry or winter wet areas.
|Hopkinsia anoectocolea||Henry Hopkinsia||Rhizomatous, tufted perennial. 0.5-1m h x 1m w||Flw:Brown September - December||Sand,Adaptable||White or grey sand, salt tolerant, |
Drought tolerant - dry or winter wet areas.
|Hypocalymma angustifolium||Coconut Ice||Shrub 1m h x 1.5m w||Flw:White-cream Jun - Oct||Sand,Clay,Moist|
|Hypocalymma angustifolium||White Myrtle||Erect. multi-stemmed shrub 1.5m h||Flw:white-cream white-cream||Sand,Moist|
|Hypocalymma angustifolium red tipped form||White Myrtle||Shrub 1.5m h x 1.5m w||Flw:white-cream Jun to Oct||Sand,Clay,Moist|
|Hypocalymma cordifolium||Erect or decumbent shrub 0.2-2m h||Flw:white/pink Sep to Feb||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Moist|
|Hypocalymma ericifolium||Erect shrub 0.25-1.1m h||Flw:cream-yellow Aug to Nov||Sand,Moist,Sun|
|Hypocalymma robustum||Swan River Myrtle||Erect shrub 0.4-1m h||Flw:pink/pink-red along stems. Jun to Nov||Sand,Gravel,Coastal||NEEDS GOOD DRAINAGE. |
FLOWERS GOOD FOR PICKING.
GOOD CONTAINER PLANT.
|Hypocalymma tetrapterum||Shrub 0.4m h x 1m w||Flw:Masses of white flowers. Winter/Spring||Shade,Adaptable||SUITABLE FOR HEAVY SHADE. |
ATTRACTIVE ADDITION TO GARDEN BEDS.
|Indigofera australis||Austral Indigo||Erect. spreading shrub 0.3-2m h||Flw:pink-purple-red Jul to Sep||Sand,Gravel|
|Isolepis cernua||Nodding Club Rush||Erect.rhizomatous sedge 0.3m h||Flw:green-brown Jun to Dec or Jan to Feb||Sand,Gravel,Clay,Coastal,Moist||TOLERATES SALINE SOILS |
|Isopogon formosus||Rose Cone-flower||Shrub 0.2-2m h||Flw:pink-purple/red Jun to Dec||Sand,Gravel,Moist|
|Juncus kraussii||Sea Rush||Rhizomatous. perennial. Herb 0.3-1.2m h||Flw:brown/red. Oct to Dec or Jan||Coastal,Moist|
|Kennedia beckxiana||.Prostrate or twining shrub or climber 1m h||Flw:red Sep to Dec||Sand,Loam,Gravel|
|Kennedia prostrata||Running Postman||Prostrate or twining shrub 0.05m h x 1-3m w||Flw:Scarlet Apr to Nov||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Coastal,Shade||The flowers can be sucked for their nectar and the leaves can be boiled to make a tea.|
|Kennedia rubicunda||Dusky Coral Pea||Climbing plant 3m w||Flw:Red pea Spring||Adaptable|
|Kunzea baxteri||Scarlet Kunzea,Crimson Kunzea||Robust shrub 1-4m h x 3m w||Flw:red Jul to Mar||Sand,Gravel||An outstanding, fast growing feature plant or screen. |
An outstanding, fast growing feature plant or screen. Honeyeaters, parrots and insectiverous birds are attracted to the flowers and fruits. It produces a few flowers over several months.
|Kunzea baxteri PINK FORM||Shrub 1-2m h x 1.5m w||Flw:Pink Winter Spring|
|Kunzea baxteri variegated||Shrub 3m h x 3m w||Flw:Red Spring Fol:Variegated||Sand,Gravel|
|Kunzea ericifolia||Erect shrub 1-4m h||Flw:cream jul-Dec||Sand|
|Kunzea recurva||Erect or ascending shrub 0.3-2m h||Flw:pink/purple-red Aug to Dec||Gravel,Moist,Adaptable||Hardy ornamental windbreak |
|Lechenaultia formosa Eldorado||shrub 0.4m h x 0.4m w||Flw:orange may-nov||Sand,Gravel,Clay,Adaptable|
|Lechenaultia formosa red||Prostrate shrub.||Flw:Red/Yellow May to Nov Fol:Green||Sand,Gravel,Clay|
|Lechenaultia Kings Park Lola||Low bushy shrub||Flw:Strong pink. Most of the year.||Sand,Sun|
|Lechenaultia linarioides||Yellow Lechenaultia||Sprawling. open shrub 1.5m h||Flw:red/pink/cream/yellow Jan to Dec||Sand,Coastal|
|Lechenaultia Scarlet O' Hara||Low shrub. 0.3m h x 0.3m w||Flw:small scarlet Autumn - Spring Fol:Green||Adaptable||This plant has a limited life span but still a beautiful addition to a small garden. |
Very attractive when grown in pots.
|Lepidosperma squamatum||Tufted perennial, grass-like sedge. 0.15-1m h||Flw:Brown Mar-Nov||Sand,Gravel,Clay,Coastal,Moist|
|Leptospermum Bobbles||Shrub 1m h x 1m w||Flw:White Spring||Sand,Coastal,Adaptable||Good container or ornamental plant. |
New growth bronze with red stems.
Frost and Shade tolerant
|Leptospermum flavescens||Pink Cascade||Prostrate shrub 0.5m h x 1.5m w||Flw:2 tone pink Spring||Sand|
|Leptospermum flavescens||Cardwell||Weeping shrub 2m h x 2m w||Flw:masses of White Spring||Shade,Sun,Adaptable||Dip flowers in water to make a sweet drink.|
|Leptospermum Julie Ann||Groundcover. 1m w||Flw:Bright pink flowers. Spring.||Adaptable||Attractive pot or rockery plant. |
|Leptospermum sericeum||Silver Tea-tree||Shrub 0.5-3m h||Flw:pink May to Oct||Sand,Adaptable||An excellent long flowering shrub which can be used as a feature or planted to form a screen. It has grey-green silky leaves with pale to deep pink flowers in spring. This shrub is very hardy, it needs good drainage and no irrigation in summer.|
|Leucophyta brownii||Canal Rocks||Shrub 0.4-1m h x 0.5-1.5m w||Flw:Yellow Spring Summer||Sand,Coastal||An attractive compact shrub with silvery slender branches with tiny grey leavers pressed tightly against them. The whole bush has a lovely silver sheen. Grows well in coastal sands and is salt tolerant.|
|Leucophyta brownii||Cushion Bush||Erect. compact shrub 0.4-1m h x 0.5-1.5m w||Flw:yellow Dec or Jan to Feb||Sand,Clay,Coastal||Creates a beautiful foliage contrast in a garden of dark green leaves. It is salt tolerant and grows well in a pot.|
|Lobelia anceps||Perennial herb. 0.1-0.2m h||Flw:blue/blue-purple. Sept - Dec. Fol:Green||Loam|
|Macrozamia riedlei||Cycad||Tree (cycad) 0.5-3m h||Fol:Trunkless, palm like.||Sand,Gravel,Coastal,Sun,Adaptable||LONG LASTING CONTAINER PLANT. |
GOOD GARDEN FEATURE PLANT.
|Maireana sedifolia ( PBR )||Pearl Bluebush||Compact. divaricately branched shrub 1-1m h x 1m w||Fol:Bluish-Grey||Clay,Coastal,Sun,Adaptable|
|Melaleuca acuminata||Mallee Honeymyrtle||Bush 4m h x 3m w||Flw:White-Cream Jul-Oct||Sand,Clay,Moist||Tolerates saline areas|
|Melaleuca brevifolia||Mallee Honey-myrtle||Erect shrub or tree (rarely) 0.5-4m h||Flw:white-cream Sep to Dec||Sand,Loam,Clay,Moist||Tolerates Salt|
|Melaleuca brophyi||Small to medium 2.5m h||Flw:yellow June - November||Sand,Clay,Coastal|
|Melaleuca cardiophylla||Umbrella Bush||.Erect to spreading shrub 0.4-2m h x 3m w||Flw:white-cream Aug to Dec or Jan||Sand,Gravel,Coastal|
|Melaleuca coccinea||Goldfields Bottlebrush||Shrub 1.5-2.6m h||Flw:Red Sep - Jan||Sand,Loam,Gravel|
|Melaleuca conothamnoides||Shrub 0.3-1.5m h||Flw:Purple-pink Aprikl- Nov||Sand,Loam,Gravel|
|Melaleuca densa||Pendulous shrub 0.4-3m h x 2m w||Flw:cream-yellow Oct to Nov||Sand,Clay,Moist|
|Melaleuca diosmifolia||Erect. open shrub 1-3m h||Flw:green Sep to Oct||Sand,Gravel,Clay|
|Melaleuca elliptica||Granite Honey-myrtle||Erect. open shrub 1-4m h||Flw:red Jun or Sep to Dec or Jan||Sand,Gravel|
|Melaleuca filifolia||Shrub 0.6-2.5m h||Flw:pink-purple Aug to Oct||Sand,Loam,Gravel|
|Melaleuca fulgens||Scarlet Form||Shrub 0.4-3m h||Flw:red Jul to Dec||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Moist|
|Melaleuca fulgens||Cerise Form||Shrub 1-3m h x 1-2m w||Flw:Cerise Spring||Sand,Loam,Gravel|
|Melaleuca fulgens salmon||Shrub 1-3m h x 1-2m w||Flw:Salmon Spring||Sand,Loam,Gravel|
|Melaleuca glaberrima||Erect. spreading shrub 0.3-1.5m h x 1.5-3m w||Flw:pink/pink-purple Jul or Sep to Dec||Sand,Clay,Coastal||BIRD ATTRACTING. |
ATTRACTIVE ADDITION TO FLOWER BEDS.
|Melaleuca huegelii||Chenille Honey-myrtle||Shrub or tree 0.5-5m h||Flw:pink/white/pink-purple Sep to Dec or Jan||Sand,Coastal,Adaptable|
|Melaleuca incana Nana||Dwarf Grey Honey Myrtle||Shrub 0.6m h x 1m w||Flw:small yellow Spring||Sand,Loam,Clay,Moist|
|Melaleuca lanceolata||Dryland Tea-tree||Shrub or tree 1-8m h||Flw:white-cream Jan to Sep||Sand,Loam,Clay,Coastal||Salt tolerant|
|Melaleuca lateriflora||Shrub or tree 1-8m h||Flw:white-cream Sep to Dec or Jan to Feb||Sand,Clay,Shade,Moist||Tolerates saline areas|
|Melaleuca laterita||Robin Redbreast Bush||Shrub 1-2.5m h x 1-2m w||Flw:red - orange bottlebrush Sep - Apr||Sand,Loam,Clay,Moist|
|Melaleuca leiocarpa||Pungent Honey Myrtle||Erect, spreading shrub 1-5m h||Flw:Yellow-cream Aug - Oct||Sand,Gravel|
|Melaleuca leucadendra||tree 5-30m h||Flw:green/cream/white mar..oct||Sand,Loam,Moist||Found along watercourses and swamps|
|Melaleuca linariifolia||Snow in Summer||Tree 10m h||Flw:White Sep - Jan||Sand,Coastal,Moist,Adaptable|
|Melaleuca nesophila||Showy Honey-myrtle or Pink Melaleuca||Shrub 3-5m h x 3-5m w||Flw:pink-purple Sep to Jan||Sand,Adaptable||HARDY SCREENING PLANT. |
GOOD HEDGING PLANT.
LONG STEM PLANT FOR BEST RESULTS.
|Melaleuca nesophila Little Nessie||Shrub 1.2m h x 1m w||Flw:Pink-Purple Sep to Jan||Adaptable||A selected small form which grows dense. Makes a good hedge. It has pinkish-mauve pom-pom flowers which appear late spring to early summer.|
|Melaleuca pauciflora||Dense. rounded shrub 0.5-1.5m h||Flw:white/cream Dec or Jan to Mar||Sand,Moist|
|Melaleuca pentagona var pentagona||Shrub 0.3-1.5m h||Flw:pink-purple Sep to Dec||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Clay,Moist,Adaptable|
|Melaleuca preissiana||Shrub or tree 2-9m h||Flw:yellow-cream-white Nov to Feb||Sand,Moist|
|Melaleuca quinquinervia||Broad Leaf paperbark||Tree 10-20m h||Flw:red||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Clay||The leaves make an aromatic lemon-flavoured tasty tea. The flowers can be dipped in water to make a sweet drink.|
|Melaleuca quinquinervia red flwr form||Tree 8-20m h||Flw:Red/Pink Spring Summer||Sand,Loam,Clay,Moist,Adaptable|
|Melaleuca radula||Graceful Honey-myrtle||Shrub 0.3-2.4m h x 2m w||Flw:pink-purple/white Jul to Nov||Sand,Gravel|
|Melaleuca scabra||Rough Honey-myrtle||Shrub 0.2-1.5m h x 1m w||Flw:pink-red-purple Jan or Apr or Aug to Dec||Sand,Clay,Adaptable|
|Melaleuca spathulata||Erect shrub 0.2-2m h||Flw:pink-purple-red. Sep to Dec||Sand,Gravel,Clay,Moist|
|Melaleuca steedmanii||Open shrub 1-1.5m h||Flw:Showy red Winter and Spring||Sand,Sun|
|Melaleuca styphelioides||Prickly Paperbark||Tree 30m h||Flw:Cream-white Summer||Moist,Adaptable||dont propergate|
|Melaleuca subtrigona||Erect Shrub 0.3-1.6m h x 1m w||Flw:Pink-Purple-Red Sep - Dec||Sand,Clay,Adaptable|
|Melaleuca teretifolia||Marsh Honey Myrtle||Shrub or tree 1-5m h||Flw:white/cream/pink Oct to Dec or Jan or Mar.||Sand,Clay,Coastal,Moist|
|Melaleuca thymoides||Shrub. 0.4-2m h x 1-2m w||Flw:cream-yellow Sep to Dec or Jan||Sand,Gravel,Moist|
|Melaleuca trichophylla||Straggly or rounded shrub 0.15-1m h||Flw:pink-purple Aug to Dec||Sand,Gravel,Coastal||A small shrub which is very adaptable with masses of pink pom-pom flowers in spring. It would be a good addition to most gardens particularly if it is clumped in groups of three.|
|Melaleuca tuberculata var tuberculata||Low spreading shrub 0.4-1m h||Flw:Pink July - Nov||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Adaptable|
|Melaleuca uncinata||Broombush||Shrub or tree 0.5-5m h||Flw:white-cream-yellow Feb to Mar/ Jul to Dec||Sand,Gravel,Clay,Coastal,Moist|
|Melaleuca violacea||Straggly shrub 0.1-1m h||Flw:purple Jul or Oct to Nov||Sand,Gravel,Clay,Coastal||A very attractive edging, small garden or rockery plant. Grows well in a pot in a courtyard or patio.|
|Melaleuca viridiflora||Broadleaf Paperbark||Shrub-tree 3-10m h||Flw:Red or cream||Moist,Adaptable|
|Melaleuca zeteticorum||Erect 3m h||Sand,Gravel,Coastal|
|Myoporum insulare||Coastal Boobialla||Dense. Shrub 0.25-5m h x 2-8m w||Flw:white Jul to Feb||Sand,Coastal||An excellent screen or windbreak for inland or coastal areas. It will effectively form a barrier against salt spray and the wind. Fleshy fruits are clustered on a short length of stem several centimetres behind the apex; when ripe they are purple, rounded but slightly flattened, about 6mm across. The fruits are juicy and sweet to eat raw, but have an aroma which is not entirely pleasant; some people find them rather salty and bitter. There is a small hard seed in the centre.|
|Myoporum parvifolium FINE LEAF form||Groundcover 1.5-4m w||Flw:white||Shade,Adaptable||Fast growing |
|Myoporum parvifolium pink form||Groundcover 0.2m h x 1.5-5m w||Flw:Pink Spring Summer||Shade,Adaptable|
|Myoporum parvifolium purple leaf form||Groundcover 0.1m h x 1.5-5m w||Flw:White Spring-Summer Fol:Purple||Shade,Adaptable|
|Olearia lanuginosa||Ghost Town||Shrub 0.35m h x 1.5m w||Flw:Small Mauve Spring Fol:Silver/grey||Sand,Adaptable|
|Olearia teretifolia||Cypress Daisy Bush||Shrub, neat conifer like 0.5-2m h x 0.6-1.5m w||Flw:tiny White Spring||Shade,Sun,Adaptable||It can be pruned after flowering to encourage a bushy shape. It is frost-resistant.|
|Orthrosanthus multiflorus||grass like 0.6m h||Flw:Purple-Blue Spring-Summer||Sand,Loam,Clay,Moist,Adaptable|
|Pandorea jasminoides||climber 3-4m h x 3-4m w||Flw:pink trumpet||Shade,Sun,Adaptable||CONTAINER PLANT. |
|Patersonia occidentalis||Long Purple Flag||Rhizomatous. tufted perennial. Herb 1.5m h||Flw:purple Aug to Jan||Sand,Loam,Clay,Coastal,Moist,Adaptable||A long - flowering species that makes an excellent addition to the rockery or as a container plant.|
|Phebalium squamulosum||Low shrub 1m h x 1m w||Flw:Bright yellow Oct-Nov Fol:Glossy dark green||Sand,Loam|
|Philotheca myoporoides||Long-leaf Wax Flower||Shrub 2m h x 1m w||Flw:White star Winter Spring||Shade,Sun,Adaptable|
|Philotheca verrucosa||Fairy Wax Flower||Shrub 0.3-1.5m h x 0.3-1m w||Flw:Pink/white||Sand,Loam,Shade,Sun|
|Pimelea ferruginea||Rice-flower||.Erect dense shrub 0.3-1.5m h||Flw:pink Aug to Dec or Jan to Feb||Sand,Coastal,Shade|
|Podocarpus drouynianus||Emu Berry, Wild Plum||.Tree or shrub 0.75-3m h x 1.5m w||Flw:Plum coloured fruits Aug to Apr||Sand,Loam,Gravel||The large flavourless fruits can be eaten. The leaves of this plant are also useful in flower arranging. Slow Growing|
|Prostanthera baxteri var. sericea||Erect or spreading shrub. 0.3-0.5m h||Flw:lilac Spring||Sand,Gravel,Adaptable|
|Ptilotus drummondii||Perennial. Herb 0.05-0.8m h||Flw:white-cream-pink Mar or May or Jul to Dec||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Clay|
|Ptilotus nobilis||Shrub 0.3-0.6m h||Flw:Green-White-Red May - August||Sand|
|Regelia velutina||Barrens Regelia||Shrub or tree 1-6m h||Flw:red Sep to Nov or Feb||Sand|
|Ricinocarpos tuberculatus||Wedding bush||Erect shrub 0.5-3m h||Flw:white Sep to Oct||Sand,Coastal|
|Rytidosperma caespitosa||Perennial tufted grass||Flw:Green spiklets. Oct-Jan Fol:Strappy leaves.||Shade,Adaptable||Native pasture grass. |
|Scaevola aemula Alba||White Fairy Fan Flower||groundcover 0.15m h x 0.5m w||Flw:White Summer||Sand,Loam,Gravel||Keep moist in Summer |
|Scaevola aemula Mauve Clusters||Fairy Fan Flower||Dense groundcover||Flw:Masses small mauve flowers. Nearly all year.||Sand,Loam,Gravel|
|Scaevola aemula Pink flowering form||Groundcover 0.15m h x 0.5m w||Flw:Pink Aug to Mar||Adaptable||Keep moist during Summer |
|Scaevola calliptera||Prostrate to ascending perennial. Herb 0.1-0.4m h||Flw:blue-purple Sep to Dec or Jan||Sand,Gravel||GROW IN A WELL DRAINED SOIL. |
PRUNE BACK AFTER FLOWERING TO MAINTAIN VIGOUR.
|Scaevola globulifera||Spreading. procumbent to ascending shrub 0.2-1.2m h||Flw:blue-white Aug to Dec||Sand,Coastal|
|Scaevola porocarya||Shrub 0.2-1.5m h||Flw:Blue/White Winter - Spring. Fol:Large, bright green.||Clay,Coastal,Moist|
|Schoenoplectus validus||River Club-rush||Rhizomatous. robust perennial. grass-like or herb (sedge) 0.8-2m h x 1.5-3m w||Flw:brown Oct to Dec or Jan to Feb||Coastal,Moist|
|Sporobolus virginicus||Marine Couch Grass||Tussocky grass-like perennial. 0.1-0.5m h||Flw:green-purple Jan to Dec||Sand,Clay,Coastal,Adaptable||Tolerates saline conidtions like tidal flats, salt marshes.|
|Syzygium australe Happy Hedge||Scrub Cherry, Creek Lillypilly||Small bush tree 3m h x 1.5m w||Flw:pink/white Winter||Adaptable||This shrub can bear an abundance of bright pink or red palatable fruit, generally longer than broad and up to 2.3 cm long. The rounded seed is easily removed and can be eaten raw and the tart pulb can be used to make an excellent jam.|
|Templetonia retusa||Cockies Tongue||Much-branched shrub 0.3-4m h||Flw:red/white-yellow Apr to Nov||Sand,Gravel,Clay,Coastal,Shade||Bird attracting, salt-tolerant, prefers a sunny well drained position. It can be grown in an exposed seaside garden and will withstand periods of dryness. |
It contains alkaloids, and these are likely harmful, but depending on concentration. Reference: Cannon JR, Williams JR, Arbain D, Brossi A, Blount JF, Raston CL, Skelton BW and White AH 1991 Alkaloids of Templetonia retusa. chemistry, structure and absolute configuration of (-)-templetine. Aust. J. Chem. 44:509-523.
Anthocercis species, being Solanaceae, also contain alkaloids, and are definitely poisionous.
As a rule, if some plants in WA look palatable and attractive to munch, they are likely poisonous.
|Themeda triandra australis||Kangaroo Grass||Tufted perennial. grass-like or herb 0.3-2m h||Flw:red-brown/purple Jan to Dec||Adaptable||EDIBLE SEEDS. |
ATTRACTIVE ADDITION TO FLOWERBEDS.
|Thomasia purpurea||Erect. slender shrub 0.3-1.2m h||Flw:pink-purple Apr to Jun or Aug to Dec||Sand,Loam,Coastal,Shade,Moist,Sun,Adaptable|
|Thryptomene baeckeacea||Spreading shrub 0.2-1.2m h x 2m w||Flw:pink/pink-purple/white May to Oct||Sand,Coastal|
|Thryptomene denticulata||Shrub 0.4-1.5m h||Flw:Pink/pink-purple May - Nov||Sand|
|Thryptomene hyporhytis||Spreading shrub 0.2-0.7m h||Flw:pink-white Jun to Oct||Sand,Gravel,Clay|
|Thryptomene saxicola||Rock Thryptomene||Spreading shrub 0.3-1.5m h||Flw:white/pink Feb to Nov||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Clay||FAST GROWING. |
RAISED GARDEN BEDS.
|Thryptomene sp. Jurien||Low spreading shrub 0.6m h x 1m w||Flw:Pink Winter||Adaptable|
|Thryptomene stapfii||Was sp Moresby Range||Low Spreading shrub||Flw:Pink|
|Thryptomene striata||Compact Shrub 1m h||Flw:Pink/purple Sep||Sand,Loam||Declared rare - Priority Two |
Declared rare - Priority Two
|Verticordia acerosa||Feather Flower||Open shrub 0.2-1m h||Flw:yellow/orange-red-brown Aug to Nov|
|Verticordia chrysantha||Shrub 0.3-1m h||Flw:yellow Aug to Dec or Jan||Sand,Gravel|
|Verticordia densiflora||Erect to spreading shrub 0.25-2m h||Flw:pink-purple-white/cream-yellow Sep to Feb||Loam,Gravel,Clay,Moist|
|Verticordia endlicheriana var angustifolia||Erect shrub 0.3-0.5m h||Flw:yellow Oct to Nov Fol:Rich Green.||Gravel,Clay,Shade,Sun||ORNAMENTAL PLANT. |
NEEDS GOOD DRAINAGE.
PLANT IN CLUMPS FOR VISUAL
|Verticordia galeata||Erect. rounded shrub 0.25-1m h||Flw:yellow Aug to Oct||Sand|
|Verticordia halophila||Salt Loving Featherflower||Small shrub 30-70m h x 30-70m w||Flw:Pink with white fringe September to December||Sand,Clay|
|Verticordia longistylis||Spreading shrub 0.05-0.7m h||Flw:yellow & red/purple Dec or Jan to Jul||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Adaptable|
|Verticordia plumosa||Plumed Feather Flower||Shrub 0.2-1.5m h||Flw:pink-blue-purple-red-white Jul to Dec or Jan to Feb||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Clay,Moist|
|Verticordia plumosa var pleibotrya||Shrub 0.2-1.5m h||Flw:pink-blue-purplered-white Jul-Dec||Sand,Clay,Adaptable|
|Westringia dampieri||Dense shrub 0.2-1.5m h||Flw:white Jun to Jan||Sand,Coastal,Shade,Sun|
|Westringia fruticosa||Smokey||Shrub 1.5m h x 1.5m w||Flw:White Spring||Sand,Loam,Adaptable||An excellent fast growing screen or hedge in coastal gardens, that requires minimal maintenance.|
|Westringia fruticosa||Morning Light||Shrub 1.5m h x 1.5m w||Flw:White Most Months Fol:Varigated||Sand,Coastal,Adaptable||DENSE PLANT. |
GOOD FOR HEDGING.
GROWS IN DAPPLED SHADE.
|Westringia Jervis Gem||Coastal Rosemary||Shrub 1m h x 1m w||Flw:Mauve Most months Fol:Grey-green||Adaptable||FAST GROWING. |
MAKES A GOOD HEDGING PLANT.
GOOD SPECIMEN PLANT.
|Westringia Lilac and Lace||Shrub 1.5m h x 1.5m w||Flw:Lilac Winter-Summer||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Clay,Adaptable|
|Westringia Poorinda Parvane||Shrub 2.5m h x 2m w||Flw:pale violet Nove-Dec||Adaptable|
|Xanthorrhoea preissii||Grass Tree||Tree like monocot 5m h x 2m w||Flw:white-cream on long spike June to Dec||Sand,Loam,Gravel,Coastal,Moist||Very slow growing - trunk 10+ years per cm |
Black Cockatoo : Good food source
Gum from thye flowering spikes can be made into cakes. The flowers can be dipped in water to make a sweet drink. Bhardi grubs can be collected from dying plants.
|Xylomelum occidentale||Forest Woody Pear||Tree or shrub 2-8m h||Flw:cream-white Dec or Jan to Feb||Sand,Coastal||INTERESTING SMALL TREE. |