Sweet Bursaria grows up to 5-10m and 2-m wide. Prickly plant, fragrant flower, edible fruit. Attracts birds, insects and butterflies. Planting info: Performs best in well drained soil and will thrive in conditions from full sun to partial shade.
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.
Hop Wattle is a fast growing open upright shrub of medium height 2-5m high x 2.4m wide. Pale yellow ball of flowers winter – spring. Planting info: Good shelterbelt plant. Most soils in sun or shade. Drought hardy. Can be planted beneath existing trees.