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Helichrysum petiolare- Palm Beach Sydney Australia

Helichrysum petiolare- Palm Beach Sydney Australia

This illustration of the Deplanchea tetraphylla, commonly known as the Golden Bouquet tree, is a small tree native to Australia. It was drawn and partially painted by Sydney Parkinson (ca.1745–1771) on the first Endeavor voyage with Captain James Cook. Parkinson died of dysentery January 26, 1771 and was buried at sea. The drawing was completed in London by John Frederick Miller

Drawn and painted by Sydney Parkinson on the first Endeavor voyage with Captain James Cook, was completed in London by John Frederick Miller. The Deplanchea tetraphylla, commonly known as the Golden Bouquet tree, is a small tree native to Australia.

Alternanthera 'Little Ruby' Manly-Vale NSW Australia- Designascape- Sydney Aust

Alternanthera 'Little Ruby' hedge at back of bottom garden bed

Photo of Cabbage Palm, Cordyline 'Red Sensation' (Cordyline australis)

PlantFiles Pictures: Cabbage Palm, Cabbage Tree, Ti Kouka, Torbay Palm, Dracaena Spike 'Red Sensation' (Cordyline australis) by meintsm

Lily of the valley shrub - Pieris japonica. Enjoys shady areas under trees in cooler areas of Australia.

12 best winter flowers

Noted, AVL: Border of these along the back of the driveway under the big rhodies, let them cascade down the retaining wall [Lily of the valley shrub Pieris japonica]

Grevillea 'Moonlight' / Grevillea is a diverse genus of about 360 species of evergreen flowering plants in the protea family Proteaceae, native to rainforest and more open habitats in Australia, New Guinea, New Caledonia, Indonesia and Sulawesi. The brightly coloured, petal-less flowers consist of a calyx tube that splits into 4 lobes with long styles. Common names include grevillea, spider flower, silky oak, bottle brush and toothbrush plant.

Grevillea 'Moonlight' / Grevillea is a diverse genus of about 360 species of evergreen flowering plants in the protea family Proteaceae,

Love the plant atop the steel pipe! I have a large fern atop one to mimic a palm, since they don't grow well in my garden.

Dasylirion longissimum (Mexican grass tree) in a steel pipe. I'm sure an Australian grass could do just as well!

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