MEDITERRANEAN GARDEN: perennial with shrub borders

Collection by Eden Byron-Thomsen

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Flowers and silvery bushes to create flowing borders in the top Mediterranean garden beds. Must thrive in hot sun all year round in clay like, depleted soil. Looking for outstanding foliage (rather than short lived flowers) and impressive display that peaks in summer.

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Billy Buttons - 50 Seeds Perennial Drought & Frost Tolerant Groundcover Native

Billy Buttons - 50 Seeds Perennial Drought & Frost Tolerant Groundcover Native

Billy Buttons - 50 Seeds Perennial Drought & Frost Tolerant Groundcover Native

Themeda triandra / Kangaroo Grass

Grasses - victorianflora

Themeda triandra / Kangaroo Grass

LAVENDER GROSSO

LAVENDER 'GROSSO'

The most fragrant of all the lavenders, 'Grosso' produces an abundance of violet-blue spikes with a high oil content. This is the classic lavender for perfume, decorating the French countryside where it is farmed en masse. 'Grosso' is heat, drought and frost tolerant and adored by bees.

Chrysocephalum semipapposum (Clustered Everlasting) | Mallee Native Plants

Chrysocephalum semipapposum (Clustered Everlasting) | Mallee Native Plants

Chrysocephalum semipapposum (Clustered Everlasting) | Mallee Native Plants

acer griseum (paperbark maple) - Google Search

acer griseum (paperbark maple) - Google Search

acer griseum (paperbark maple) - Google Search

acer griseum (paperbark maple) - Google Search

acer griseum (paperbark maple) - Google Search

acer griseum (paperbark maple) - Google Search

acer griseum (paperbark maple) - Google Search

acer griseum (paperbark maple) - Google Search

epacris impressa - Google Search

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epacris impressa - Google Search

brachyscome multifida - Google Search

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brachyscome multifida - Google Search

PlantFiles Pictures: Coronidium Species, Button Everlasting, Curled Everlasting (Coronidium scorpioides) by kennedyh

PlantFiles Pictures: Coronidium Species, Button Everlasting, Curled Everlasting (Coronidium scorpioides) by kennedyh