Small to medium spreading mallee. Very attractive, unique specimen plant. smooth bark; rounded, silver/blue leaves crowded along branches, often used by florists.
Quick growing shrub, with lush, scented foliage. White, butterfly attracting flowers in spring.
Leaves are crushed to separate medicinal oils.
Ancient aboriginal remedy for many skin irritations and insect repellent.
Narrow shiny green leaves and spotted long red tubular flowers winter and spring, followed by glossy oval fruits.
Grows well in light to medium soil in full sun or partial shade, an attractive rockery and tub plant.
Medium upright shrub, 6’x6‘, with abundant pink flowers.
Stems are more angular rather than weeping effect.
Very drought tolerant, rugged plant.
Compact, dwarf, low round form to 3' tall 3' wide.
Tight deep greyish green foliage. Abundant deep red bottle-brush spring
Quick growing specimen producing yellow flowers thru winter.
Humming bird attracting.
Useful in small gardens.
Grey foliage used by florist.