Bush flowers, wildflowers, Aussie natives – whatever you call them, you love them.
Natives attract wildlife, look beautiful, and stand up to a range of challenging climates.
Australian native plants have never been more popular and they can be easily incorporated into any style of garden.
If you want to create an all-Australian native landscape, then an organic, naturalistic design works best.
Queensland has over 8,000 native flowering plant species and more than 1,400 non-flowering plant species.
More than a third of these species are unique to Queensland. The most recognisable plants in the state are the wattles (Acacia species) and eucalypts (Eucalyptus and Corymbia species) that dominate many ecosystems, along with commonly cultivated native plants such as lilly pillies (Syzygium species) and Callistemons (Melaleuca species). The flowering plants (angiosperms) are the largest group, but Queensland has many non-flowering native species of conifers, cycads and ferns. In addition, Queensland has more than 5,000 species in other flora groups (mosses, algae, lichens, fungi).
Then there are some natives that steal the show at certain times of the year. For example, the Illawarra flame tree which is known for its masses of crimson flowers in spring to summer.
Baeckea Virgate Miniature
Brachyscome Multifida Mauve
Callistemon Candy Pink
Callistemon Hinchinbrook Red
Callistemon Little Jon
Callistemon Wilderness White
Cupaniopsis anacardioides Tuckeroo
Illawarra Flame Tree
2018 Winners of Queensland Government’s Community Nature Awards
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