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.
Old Man Saltbush is a tough, medium shrub, 1-3m high x 2-4m wide. Attractive silvery- grey leaves. Very hardy, tolerating severe droughts and periodic flooding. Frost and salt tolerant. Good screen and fodder plant. Planting info: Well-drained soil in full sun. Responds well to pruning.
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.
Kidney Weed is a native groundcover with dense spreading foliage of kidney shaped leaves. tiny green flowers in spring to early summer. Planting info: Useful as a groundcover, lawn substitute, between pavers and for shady spots in the garden. Well-drained soil in full or partial shade.