Prickley Moses is a hardy medium to tall shrub producing masses of lemon rod-like flowers during June-December. Followed by seedpods which attract seed eating birds. Planting info: Will grow in dry or wet soils, in full sun or dappled shade. Usually frost tolerant. Good coastal plant. Erosion control.
Flax Lily is 1.2m high. Clusters of nodding star-shaped, bright blue flowers in spring and summer are followed by deep blue berries. Good for basket weaving. Planting info: Well-drained soil, in full sun or part shade. Frost resistant. Very hardy.
Native Mint is a slender sprawling or erect herb with mint-scented foliage, and clusters of small tubular white to pale mauve flowers in spring-summer. Planting info: Moist to wet soil in sun or shade. Ideal around the pond, sheltered rockery or pots.