Small to medium spreading mallee. Very attractive, unique specimen plant. smooth bark; rounded, silver/blue leaves crowded along branches, often used by florists.
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.
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 bushy shrub 6'x6'.
Spectacular, abundant red bottle-brush flowers.
Pendulous soft foliage.
Hardy in full sun producing shade for ground covers.
Compact, dwarf, low round form to 3' tall 3' wide.
Tight deep greyish green foliage. Abundant deep red bottle-brush spring
Round young leaves become narrow on mature tree.
Drought resistant once established.
Popular Australian shade tree.
Beautiful, small tree of 10-20 feet. Graceful pale green foliage. Silvery-brown bark; small, dainty white flowers in the fall.
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, 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.
Medium sized woodland tree from Northern Victoria.
Long, grey-green pendulous branches.
Spear shaped leaves.
Quick to establish producing abundant pink flower clusters.