The Best Native Plants for Western Australian Gardens

The Best Native Plants for Western Australian Gardens

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The Best Native Plants for Western Australian Gardens

Want to know the top native plants for your garden?

Each area of Australia has it’s own unique flora. Matching the right plants for the right climate is vital for the perfect garden with your new home.

Also, thinking about the environment and your water bill, plus keeping in mind what’s manageable and sustainable for your lifestyle, is important to keep in mind when you’re thinking about creating your new garden.

In Western Australia, you need plants that will cope will in our harsh, dry and very hot summers, mixed with our temperate and sometimes wet and windy winters.

The following are the top 10 most popular and highest rated native plants for Western Australian gardens, according to Lifestyle Home online.

The Best Native Plants for the Western Australian Gardens. Work with our unique environment with these fantastic plants. 

spider flower

15. Grevillea bracteosa
Grey Spider Flower

bushpea

14. Eutaxia microphylla
Mallee Bush Pea

12. Conostylis candicans ssp. candicans
Grey Cotton Head

11. Eucalyptus caesia ssp. magna
Silver Princess Mallee

10. Dodonaea viscosa
Sticky Hop Bush

9. Wahlenbergia communis
Tufted Bluebell

Wannaroo Wax
8. Chamelaucium ‘Wanneroo’
Wanneroo Wax

bottlebrush
7. Callistemon citrinus ‘White Anzac’
White Anzac Bottlebrush

Native Western Australian plants for your garden

Native Western Australian plants for your garden

6. Banksia menziesii
Firewood Banksia

5. Boronia megastigma
Brown Boronia

4. Myoporum insulare
Boobialla

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3. Melastoma malabathricum
Blue Tongue

buttonsbilly

2. Craspedia variabilis
Billy Buttons

baconandeggs

1. Eutaxia parvifolia
Bacon and Eggs

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