Coast Beard Heath is a medium to tall shrub with tiny white flowers in spikes in spring, followed by white edible berries. Narrow leaves. This species is a useful beach plant. 1 – 3m high to 1-2m wide Planting info: Well-drained sandy soil. Tolerates lime and frost. Coastal.
Geraldton Wax has a fine dark green foliage with a massed display of pink or white waxy flowers in spring. Attractive medium shrub to 1.5m high 1.5 wide. Bush tucker. Planting info: Well-drained soil in full sun. Prune after flowering. Tolerates most frosts.
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.
Ruby Saltbush produces edible yellow or red berries, can be eaten raw or soaked in water to make a tea. Ruby Saltbush grows about 2mm in diameter and spreads outward with a height of 1m. Planting info: Coastal and inland. Full sun or part shade. Well drained soil.