Wallum bottlebrush Melaleuca pachyphylla A common plant in wet heath ecosystems. This is a very hardy shrub for home gardens, growing to about 1.5m high in sun to part shade. Bright red or green flowers appear throughout the year.
https://flic.kr/p/5Ddr1K | Banksia aemula #1 | Proteaceae - Coastal areas of New South Wales and southern Queensland, Australia Wallum Banksia Shown: Two stages of bloom Additional views: farm4.static.flickr.com/3177/3046541385_421da43ec2_b.jpg farm4.static.flickr.com/3187/3046498827_8e4a7a2670_b.jpg Photographed in U.C. Berkeley Botanical Garden - Berkeley, California
Banksia aemula – Wallum Banksia | Gardening With Angus
Woombye bush Phebalium woombye One of the most beautiful wallum plants, this shrub is covered with masses of white to pale pink flowers in spring. The dark green foliage has a silvery undersurface. Hardy compact shrub that grows to 2m in well-drained sunny to partly shaded position
Banksia robur - Swamp Banksia. One of the few banksias that will tolerate clay and poor drainage. Water during drought. 3x3m
Leptospermum semibaccatum - Wallum tea tree or Wallum may