Read More on Browsing & Ordering Plants (Local Pick Up)
- Plants are local pick up only or by arrangement with a courier to our midwest region of Western Australia.
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Local Midwest and Western Australian native plants.
Eremophila glabra x veneta – ‘Augusta Storm’
Eremophila glabra x veneta
Bird attracting low water use shrub with Spring purple-mauve flowers.
Eucalyptus oraria – Abrolhos Island Mallee
Small hardy coastal mallee from Geraldton to Exmouth region.
Eucalyptus pallida – White Powder Gum
Mallee from our Shark Bay region that would make an excellent windbreak and low shade tree.
Eucalyptus sargentii var. sargentii – Salt River Gum
Eucalyptus sargentii var. sargentii
Hardy, saline tolerant shade tree.
Eucalyptus victrix – Snow Queen Coolabah
White trunked gum tree popular as a feature shade tree or as avenue of trees along property driveways.
Grevillea petrophiloides – Pink Pokers
Low maintenance low shrub that puts on an outstanding floral display of pink flowers.
Hakea bucculenta – Red Pokers
Long whispy leaved dense shrub with nice display of red flowers from winter to spring.
Hakea francisiana – Rose Pokers
Erect, large hakea with colorful display of flowers. Works well as screening and wind break shrub, as well as feature plant.
Hakea orthorrhyncha – Bird’s Beak Hakea
Splendid nectar feeding bird attracting plant from the Murchison with flower clusters along older stems.
Hakea petiolaris – Sea Urchin Hakea
Hardy shrub useful as part of a wind break with attractive Pink – Maroon flowers.
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