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Planting Australian natives grevillia


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Australian native plants don’t underestimate how good they are in the garden not only my tropical garden is full of exotic rare plants iam also planting out a rare exotic Australian plants from Western Australia and South Australia also from other area’s in Australia but focusing on WA and SA plants kunzeas dryandras banksias grevillias Zieria chamelaucium eremophilia anigozanthos varieties just to name a few but many others it is trial and error iam up against the cold wet weather and higher than average rainfall as to what the plants are used to my property is free draining black sandy soil perfect for a lot Australian native plants 




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