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Yellow flowers

Yellow makes a garden cheerful and sunny. They can really brighten up a dark area under trees, and add life to a shady spot. They also look welcoming in a pot at the front door.

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  1. Acacia floribunda - gossamer wattle

    Acacia floribunda - gossamer wattle

    Lovely native wattle tree, abundant pale cream flowers in spring and the finest featheriest foliage you ever did see. Excellent for erosion control and creekside plantings as well as wildlife gardens. Floribunda means, as you might have guessed, abundant dense flowers.

    image: Jon Sullivan via Flickr cropped to size

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  2. Acacia podalyriifolia - Queensland silver wattle

    Acacia podalyriifolia - Queensland silver wattle

    Thank goodness for common names! This native tree is a challenge to spell but such a pretty addition to a garden, with silvery round leaves and typically wattlelike yellow pompom flowers in winter, that appear even on very young plants.
    Very popular - look out for bands of marauding flower arrangers, 'pruning' your plant for their arrangements.

    Flowering image: mauroguanandi via Flickr

    Foliage image: cultivar413 via Flickr.

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  3. Acronychia imperforata 'Fraser Island Apple'

    Acronychia imperforata - Fraser Island apple

    Unusual native evergreen tree with dark glossy leaves, cream summer blossom, and clusters of golden mini-berries. Really happy by the coast and a waterwise plant for dry gardens. Attracts the blue tiger butterfly

    Image: Poyt448 Peter Woodard (Own work) [CC0], via Wikimedia Commons cropped to size.

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  4. Allamanda Sunee

    Allamanda Sunee

    Low-growing shrub form of this popular glossy-leaved tropical climber. Cover your deck with bright yellow flowers; or bring indoors in a pot in cooler areas. Easy to see how it got its common name of golden trumpet vine. Learn More
  5. Banksia integrifolia - coastal banksia

    Banksia integrifolia - coastal banksia

    Hardy versatile Australian native, suited to coastal plantings, street trees, revegetation, soil stabilisation. Nectar rich in winter - a good tree for beekeepers. Occurs in the wild from southern VIC to QLD, as a shrub in exposed locations to a 25m tree in sheltered spots - so plant it to allow for future growth! Learn More
  6. Banksia robur - swamp banksia

    Banksia robur - swamp banksia

    Tough spreading shrub with bright felty new growth and impressive gold-tan flower spikes. Can cope with moist or seasonally flooded soils, and will regenerate after fire like a phoenix. Learn More
  7. Burdekin plum - Pleiogynium

    Burdekin plum - Pleiogynium

    Harvest juicy bush tucker from this rainforest tree to create delicious accompaniments such as jam, chutney and even wine! Grows to 12 metres in a full sun location.

    Fruit image: Tatters Flickr
    Leaves: Tatters Flickr

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  8. Chrysocephalum - yellow buttons

    Chrysocephalum - yellow buttons

    Silvery-green native ground cover with bright yellow flowers, adaptable to all kinds of garden situations and climates. Plant in a sunny spot for compact growth and lots of flowers. Tolerates frost.

    Flower image: Melburnian GFDL, CC-BY-SA-3.0 or CC BY 2.5], via Wikimedia Commons Cropped to size.

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  9. Clivia Pastel

    Clivia Pastel

    Bell-shaped clusters of flowers in soft gentle shades, lovely for shade and underplanting, indoors and out. Strappy leaf evergreen plant suited to borders, mass planting or containers. Image is for illustration, your clivia may have a slightly different petal colour. Learn More
  10. Desert Rose Single Yellow Star - Adenium

    Desert Rose Single Yellow Star - Adenium

    Like a lolly bag of joy, these golden yellow or cherry red striped flowers appear even on young plants. Image illustrates the kind of flowers you could get. Easy care, low maintenance, excellent in containers or even as bonsai. Learn More
  11. Eremophila Winter Gold - emu bush

    Eremophila Winter Gold - emu bush

    Tough adaptable native, loves the dry air and sun of inland gardens, happy in clay or sandy soils; Flowers mainly in winter-spring but occasionally through the year. Frost and drought tolerant once established.

    Image:Tatters via Flickr.

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  12. Gardenia 'Golden Magic'

    Gardenia 'Golden Magic'

    Unique hedging gardenia whose attractive blooms age to a rich golden cream. Glossy foliage, scented flowers summer through to winter. Tall to 2m, making an glamorous hedge or privacy screen. Learn More
  13. Gazania Talent Mix

    Gazania Talent Mix

    Colourful mix of bright flowers grow above silvery foliage. Clear shades of burnt orange, gold, purple, ivory and occasional stripes. Ideal bordering plant for dry areas of the garden. Usually available July-October.

    Please Note: This product is a mix. We cannot tell from their leaves which colour flower each plant will have, so it's a lucky dip! Order more plants, and you get more chance of getting your favourite.
    We are unable to sell this product to South Australia. Learn More
  14. Grevillea 'Golden Lyre'

    Grevillea 'Golden Lyre'

    Golden yellow brushes cascade from fine evergreen foliage. Plant as a feature to enjoy this sunny shrub grevillea. A low-growing sport of this is Grevillea Cooroora Cascade Learn More
  15. Grevillea Bonnie Prince Charlie

    Grevillea Bonnie Prince Charlie

    Compact bright groundcover for southern states and semi-arid sites especially. Small cat's claw flowers in red and yellow are loved by native honeyeaters and spinebills. Frost, wind, and drought tolerant once established. Learn More
  16. Grevillea Golden Sparkle

    Grevillea Golden Sparkle

    Golden-variegated grevillea, something a little different! Masses of smalll cat's claw flowers, the ideal shape for native honeyeaters and spinebills to feed on. Frost, wind, and drought tolerant once established, compact size for informal hedging or mixed borders.

    image of G. speciosa to show flower shape: Laurie Wilson via Flickr, actual flower colour may vary

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  17. Grevillea Moonlight

    Grevillea Moonlight

    Small to medium height, and a nice shape, 'Moonlight' makes a beautiful addition to any garden. Birds love the creamy white flowers, abundant during spring and summer. Prune it to shape after flowering to encourage a dense growth. Our most popular Grevillea. Learn More
  18. Grevillea Sandra Gordon

    Grevillea Sandra Gordon

    Tough hardy old favourite native shrub or tree with bird-attracting bright yellow blossoms and fine ferny foliage. Try it anywhere, it's adaptable to most garden situations, climates, and soils once established, even those with poor soil or air quality. Image for illustration only. Learn More
  19. Helichrysum italicum-curry plant

    Helichrysum italicum - curry plant

    Attractive foliage plant featuring fine silver-grey leaves, yellow flowers and an aroma similar to curry when crushed.

    Image: DncnH Flickr cropped to size.


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  20. Hibbertia scandens - snake vine

    Hibbertia scandens - snake vine

    Bright sunshiny golden flowering vine, perfect for rockeries and groundcover planting, where they'll keep the weeds down. Can be clipped to a low hedge. Good for pots on the deck too, if you water regularly. Hibbertias love the sun and, like a lot of our native plants, need little care. Learn More

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  21. Hibbertia vestita 'Little Rocker'

    Hibbertia vestita 'Little Rocker'

    Large buttercup yellow flowers on this neat compact 40cm plant. Golden guinea flower will add a zesty zing of colour to almost any garden, as it is largely unfussy as to soil or climate. Little Rocker doesn't spread or climb, and is ideal for pots and containers, baskets and windowboxes. Learn More
  22. Hymenosporum - native frangipani

    Hymenosporum - native frangipani

    This native easygoing rainforest tree bears fragrant golden flowers in spring. Create a shady haven and attract nectar feeding birds to your native garden. Plant as a feature tree where you can enjoy the delightful perfume. Low-flammability for fire zones, and a great street tree in full sun.

    Image by Lazaregagnidze (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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  23. Ixora-gold-folwer

    Ixora 'Pirate's Gold'

    Clusters of bright, warm-gold flowers like shiny doubloons, above glossy foliage. Ideal for low hedges, feature planting and containers. Learn More
  24. Ixora-Dwarf-Yellow-Sunshine

    Ixora dwarf Yellow 'Sunshine'

    Small glossy evergreen, only reaches 30cm, with golden-sand flowers, spring and summer. Ideal for tubs, pots, windowboxes and stepover hedges in subtropical gardens, and as an indoor plant in cooler places. Learn More
  25. Ixora Gold Malay

    Ixora Gold Malay

    Buttery-mango yellow flower clusters cover this evergreen shrub in spring and summer. Lovely hedge for subtropical regions, compact to around 1m unclipped. Learn More

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