Edinburgh Parks Nursery - Commercial Native Plant Supplier
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The images in this gallery do not reflect stock availability, please check our stocklist and inquire to ensure we have available stock.

Senna artemisioides is a shrub or small tree 1-3mt tall, clusters of yellow flowers produced in late winter and early spring. Grows in all mainland states.
Kennedia prostrata, commonly known as Running Postman or Scarlet Runner, is a species  endemic to Australia. It is a prostrate ground cover which can spread to a width of 1.5 metres and has light green leaves that comprise 3 rounded leaflets with undulating edges[1] Scarlet pea flowers flowers are produced singly or in pairs between April and November in its native range.[2] These are followed by cylindrical pods that are 3 to 5 cm in length.[3] It is native to the states of Western Australia, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and New South Wales.[3]
A dense and trailing prostrate perennial with slender stems and small oval green leaves. It bears clusters of open trumpet shaped flowers in lilac blue and it spreads quickly, making it an excellent groundcover. The blue, funnel shaped flowers are approximately 3cm in diameter and are produced in abundance over the warm summer months. Tolerant of dry conditions it is particularly useful for Australia's often harsh conditions. Non-invasive and easy to grow for low maintenance areas as well as adding restful, cool colour to the summer landscape. Its lovely trailing habit makes it useful for spillover plantings on banks, hanging baskets or in pots.
Dianella revoluta, commonly known as the Black-anther Flax-lily, Blueberry Flax-lily or Spreading Flax-Lily,[1] is a perennial of the Liliaceae family found across the eastern states of Australia and Tasmania.
Billardiera cymosa, Sweet apple-berry, is a small vine native to woodland and coastal heath of Victoria and South Australia. The leaves are slender and stems are twining. Flowers are bluish, greenish or cream. The fruit is a sausage shaped berry 1–1.5 cm long

Senna artemisioides

Senna artemisioides is a shrub or small tree 1-3mt tall, clusters of yellow flowers produced in late winter and early spring. Grows in all mainland states.

Kennedia Prostrata

Kennedia prostrata, commonly known as Running Postman or Scarlet Runner, is a species  endemic to Australia.

It is a prostrate ground cover which can spread to a width of 1.5 metres and has light green leaves that comprise 3 rounded leaflets with undulating edges[1] Scarlet pea flowers flowers are produced singly or in pairs between April and November in its native range.[2] These are followed by cylindrical pods that are 3 to 5 cm in length.[3]

It is native to the states of Western Australia, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and New South Wales.[3]

Convolvulus Mauritanicus

A dense and trailing prostrate perennial with slender stems and small oval green leaves. It bears clusters of open trumpet shaped flowers in lilac blue and it spreads quickly, making it an excellent groundcover.
The blue, funnel shaped flowers are approximately 3cm in diameter and are produced in abundance over the warm summer months.
Tolerant of dry conditions it is particularly useful for Australia’s often harsh conditions. Non-invasive and easy to grow for low maintenance areas as well as adding restful, cool colour to the summer landscape.
Its lovely trailing habit makes it useful for spillover plantings on banks, hanging baskets or in pots.

Dianella Revoluta

Dianella revoluta, commonly known as the Black-anther Flax-lily, Blueberry Flax-lily or Spreading Flax-Lily,[1] is a perennial of the Liliaceae family found across the eastern states of Australia and Tasmania.

Billardiera Cymosa

Billardiera cymosa, Sweet apple-berry, is a small vine native to woodland and coastal heath of Victoria and South Australia.

The leaves are slender and stems are twining. Flowers are bluish, greenish or cream. The fruit is a sausage shaped berry 1–1.5 cm long

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