Plants for Problem Places
Here you'll find hardy plants for frontline coastal gardens, plants to slow the progress of bushfires or erosion of slopes, plants to act as environmental barriers, and plants to thrive in difficult soils.
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Colocasia Black Magic - elephant ears
Spectacular showy tropical plant that will be in high demand for those big black leaves and dramatic good looks. It needs the right conditio...
Ficinia nodosa - club rush
Quick establishing Australian native tussock grass, ideal planted around water features, ponds, and dry creek beds. Excellent filtration ...
Juncus Spiralis - corkscrew rush
Quirky little plant for indoors somewhere sunny, or in a planter box with flowering annuals. Great for marshy or water-margin areas of the g...
Tough as - Easy to see why it's one of your favourites! Better in dry soils and dry climates than hystrix, and more upright. Will grow in al...
Melaleuca Claret Tops
Red new growth on soft grey-green leaves, with masses of white flowers in spring. Full sun gives leaves a brighter red colour. Claret Tops ...
Melaleuca thymifolia - honey myrtle
Fine-leaved bushy native shrub with purple-pink feathery flowers in summer-autumn. Good for screening and hedging, native gardens, wildlife ...
Poa labillardierei - tussock grass
Elegant versatile native tussock grass especially useful for erosion control. Happy in any soil, especially wetter areas. Feathery flowerhea...
Westringia Jervis Gem
A compact form of the popular Wynyabbie Gem, with soft velvety silver-grey foliage, and lilac-blue flowers for most of the year. This native...