Dark green foliage
Hardy desert bush.
Neat plant by pools.
Prunes well after Flowering.
Small to medium spreading mallee. Very attractive, unique specimen plant. smooth bark; rounded, silver/blue leaves crowded along branches, often used by florists.
Low spreading shrub 8’ tall. Its leaves are thread-like to almost circular but are nearly always glabrous.
The flower colour often varies even within a single population and may be pink, mauve, red, orange or yellow, often spotted on the inside.
Small evergreen plant that combines bright purple flowers and silvery foliage. Native to deserts of Western Australian. Showy tubular flowers attract hummingbirds all year long.
A compact low growing shrub with narrow shiny grey-green leaves and tubular orange/yellow flowers during spring summer and fall.
Hardy in Arizona landscapes.
Useful patio planter, small clipped hedge, Bonsai feature.
Grows quick for a hedge effect.
Winter hardy to -20F, will remain an evergreen in snow regions.
Like Little Becca, this plant also has a spreading nature that lends itself to mass plantings. However, with some maintenance, Little Rev can be pruned to create very nice specimen or group plantings.
In late winter/early spring, Blue Gem will be completely covered with vivid, almost fluorescent flowers.
A fine blade and compact habit have made this the most widely used Lomandra selection in the world. This plant has the look and feel of an ornamental grass, with bright, pine-green foliage
Grows well in hot, dry sites, making it highly drought tolerant as well as relatively frost tolerant. It also has an unusual growth form for an eremophila, making it an ideal, stunning feature plant.
Deep green foliage contrasts beautifully with bright yellow trumpet like flowers throughout spring and summer. Hummingbird attractive. Full sun; salt, drought and cold tolerant.
Attractive, extremely hardy, erect shrub. Medium size (6'-10' tall; 4-6' wide). Blue/grey green elliptical leaves. New growth has reddish tips.
Medium shrub, 4-6’. Neat grey foliage, soft pink, mauve or white flowers in spring.
Very hardy and fast growing. Good screening plant.
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.
Compact medium shrub, 4’x 4’. Profuse winter/ spring flowers, buds start yellow, deepen to orange, and eventually mature to pink and purple.
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.
A unique Callistemon with a narrow slimline growth habit
• Great as a screen or hedge
• Takes up less space
Slim will provide landscape gardeners with a beautiful flowering bottle-brush that can be used in tight planting areas such as thin garden beds, along a fence line or a wall.
Small to medium upright shrub, fine needle foliage, massed pale lemon brushes in summer.
The only Alpine bottle-brush.
Better John is a seedling selection of the dwarf bottle-brush C. ‘Little John’ and was selected for improved plant vigour, its “blue” foliage colour, and because it exhibited a more dense foliage canopy.
Compact, dwarf, low round form.
Tight deep greyish green foliage.
Abundant deep red bottle-brush spring to fall.
Excellent patio plant.
Border and rockery feature.
Full sun adapts to clay/sandy soils.
Quick growing specimen producing yellow flowers thru winter.
Humming bird attracting.
Useful in small gardens.
Grey foliage used by florist.
Small spreading tree of 18- 30 feet. Smooth pale brown bark; narrow blue-grey foliage; cream flowers except in fall.
Abundant, long flowering small to medium tree, 15-30'. Spectacular clusters of pink flowers are long flowering through spring and summer.
Attractive drought tolerant tree. 30' excellent residential flowering specimen producing frosted white flower buds and large clusters of cascading brilliant yellow flowers. Desert Botanical Garden has been developing this hardy specimen tree since early 1980's. Weeping grey foliage.
Quick growing with compact habit, growing to 25' high and 12' wide. Lush shiny, long green leaves, full, dense foliage. Attractive bright red caps pop open to bright yellow flower clusters in mid-summer.
Quick-growing medium tree 30' tall and 15' wide. Shiny green leaves, attractive trunk; scented, shade producing foliage.
Beautiful, small tree of 10-20 feet. Graceful pale green foliage. Silvery-brown bark; small, dainty white flowers in the fall.
Fast growing evergreen shrub, 4'-8'. Purple leaf form. Full sun to partial shade. Attractive screen, clipped hedge. Good block wall camouflage, around pools, and under eucalyptus canopy.
Medium shrub of about 9’. Erect, bushy form. Shiny leaves. Fast growing, low maintenance. Good poolside specimen. No leaf litter; responds well to clipping.
Attractive, hardy, weeping tree 30' tall and 15' wide. Lemon blossoms in spring. Excellent median specimen. Ornamental foliage makes this specimen worthwhile for use in large gardens and parks
as shade and shelter trees. Drought and cold resistant.
Very attractive small to medium shrub 4-12 feet tall. Dainty grey-blue leaves circle the stems. Reddish-orange seed caps burst into masses of snow white flowers in late spring.
Hardy xeriscape tall shrub or small tree 8'x12'. Forms a tight screen clipped hedge. Research proven. Drought and salt resistant, proven hardiness 16-122 F. Masses of deep red flowers in summer.
Attractively slender, evergreen tree to 30'+ in sun belt zones. High open branching habit, skin-like white trunk, appearing ghost-like at night.
Hardy, fast-growing evergreen tree, growing 35'-100' tall with pendulous branches. Attractive white trunk. Good windbreak or screen on property lines. Tolerates desert heat. Establishes quickly.
Attractive, medium height feature tree 30" tall and 15' wide.
Greyish-white leaves, skin-like trunk.
Yellow flowers in summer.
Proven drought and cold hardy.
Medium sized woodland tree from Northern Victoria.
Long, grey-green pendulous branches.
Spear shaped leaves.
Quick to establish producing abundant pink flower clusters.
Shrub or small tree with reddish brown bark. Thin light green foliage.
Golden ball shaped flowers in spring. Great patio tree.
Quick to establish, low growing shrub. Dark green, flat leaves.
Brilliant golden-yellow flower balls in spring; distinctive vanilla like scent.