A shrub, growing to 1 metre tall with a spread to 0.5 metres. It has a wide coastal distribution on the NSW Coast
An open shrub, with stems often trailing on the ground (procumbent), usually growing to a height up to 1 metre.
A compact rigid shrub that grows to a height of 40 cm. It has a natural distribution from the Hunter Valley (near Singleton) and Kandos (Mt Coricudgy) area…
A shrub to about 1 metre high, with slightly glandular-warty and finely-bristly branchlets.
Philotheca obovalis is a shrub to 1 metre tall, with slightly hairy stems.
A small shrub to 0.6 metres tall, spreading to about 1 metre wide with stems having rough hairs.
An erect, woody shrub to 1 metre.
It is found mainly in the Greater Sydney Basin and slightly further
A shrub to 1 metre with with young branches covered in small, warty glands and scattered bristly hairs.
A shrub to 0.3 metres high, erect or sprawling to prostrate. It is found as far north as Mt Wilson west of Sydney, growing south-south-west from here mostly in the tablelands regions
A low growing shrub to a height of 1 m with hairless branchlets.
A low-lying spreading shrub to almost a herb, growing to 0.6 metres tall but usually smaller and ground-hugging, with stems up to 0.3 metres long.
A small shrub growing to 1 metre tall by up to 1 metre wide with square / 4-angled branches.
A small shrub to 1 metre tall but can spread to 1 metre wide, producing many stems from the base.
A small shrub growing to 1 metre tall by 1.5 metres wide, with an arching / weeping habit. It is a hybrid…
A small shrub growing to 1 metre tall by 1 to 2 metres wide with arching branches. It is reported to be a hybrid of Leptospermum ‘Pink Cascade’ and L. ‘Aphrodite’.
Is a dense shrub growing to 1 metre tall by 1 metre wide. It originated out of Bywong Nursery as a selected form and likely has links to L. ‘Cardwell’ and ‘L. Rhiannon’.
A small spreading-sprawling shrub to about 1 metre tall by 2 to 3 metres wide.
It is reportedly a form of L. continentale collected in heathland from Portland, Victoria in 1967. It was registered under this name in 1985.
A low-growing shrub to 1 metre tall. It has a restricted distribution, mainly growing in the Katoomba area in the Blue Mountains of NSW, with a somewhat disjunct occurrence north at Glen Davis, and with some old records in the southern highlands (Berrima) and Kangaroo Valley.
Leptospermum blakelyi – A typically small shrub that grows to a height of 1 metre. It has a restricted distribution, found mostly around Lithgow NSW, with some records further north in Newnes State Forest as well as south-west of Blackheath (Shipley) and grows in heath on rocky escarpments (granite and sandstone).
Homoranthus prolixus – A small spreading shrub to about 0.3 metres tall and up to 2 metres wide, creating a moderate cover. It is restricted to a small area in NSW in the North West Slopes and Tablelands, specifically the Inverell and Bendemeer areas. It is typically found growing in amongst granite rocks and boulders on shallow soils, in heath and dry sclerophyll woodland. Listed as threatened with extinction in the wild.
Persoonia oxycoccoides – A spreading to prostrate shrub to 1 metre high. It has a limited distribution, occurring in an area bounded by Mittagong, Jamberoo Pass and Tallong in the Southern Highlands of NSW (within the Central Tablelands division). It grows in heath and dry sclerophyll eucalypt forest, in sandy soils derived from sandstone.
Persoonia marginata – A spreading shrub that grows to 0.5 metre high and up to 1 metre across. It grows in dry sclerophyll forest and woodland communities on sandstone between Kandos and Clarence in the western Blue Mountains of NSW on the Central Tablelands. There are disjunct (separate) populations and It is a listed threatened species in the wild.
Persoonia acerosa – An erect to spreading shrub, to 2 metres tall and about 1 metre wide, with smooth bark. Its occurrence is limited mainly to the Blue Mountains in dry sclerophyll woodland and forest as well as low woodland / scrubby heath on low fertility sandy soils. It is currently threatened with extinction in the wild.
A spreading to low-lying shrub, to 1.5 metres tall. It grows in dry sclerophyll forest and woodland, shrubland, as well as heath on sandstone soils.
Persoonia hindii – A small shrub to 1 metre tall, with numerous stems arising from underground rhizomes. It is has a very small, restricted occurrence, confined to the Newnes Plateau in the Blue Mountains, north and east of Lithgow in NSW and grows in dry sclerophyll forests and woodlands on sandy soils.
It is listed as threatened with extinction in the wild.
Grevillea ‘Bronze Rambler’ – A low growing, ground-covering shrub, to 50 cm tall but it may spread to over 5 metres. It grows horizontally and can even hang pendulously over a wall.
Grevillea ‘Strawberry Smoothie’ – A small shrub that grows to 1 metre tall x 1 metre wide.
Grevillea ‘Gold Rush’ – A low growing, compact shrub to about 1 x 1 metre tall and wide.
Grevillea ‘Winter Delight’ – It is a cross between G. lanigera (a Victorian / NSW species) and G. lavandulacea (a South Australian species).
Grevillea ‘Pick o’ the Crop’ – A low growing shrub to about 0.5 to 1 metre tall, spreading to 3 or more metres wide. It generally has a weeping dense habit.
Prostanthera junonis – A low spreading or straggling shrub to 1 metre high and up to 1 metre in diameter. It grows naturally in sclerophyll forest and woodland in sandy loamy soils on sandstone and is restricted to the Somersby Plateau in the Gosford area of NSW
Prostanthera howelliae – An erect or spreading shrub growing to a height and spread of 0.3 to 1.5 metres. It is found widely in dry sclerophyll woodland and shrubland in the eastern half of New South Wales and into Queensland and Victoria.
Prostanthera hindii – An erect shrub growing to 1 metre tall by 1 metre wide. It is naturally confined to a small area of NSW, growing in dry sclerophyll shrubland and woodland, on shallow sandy soils, in crevices and on slopes with rocky sandstone platforms and outcrops.
Isopogon fletcheri – An erect stout shrub to about 1 metre tall by 1 metre wide. It has a lignotuber.
Prostanthera rugosa – An openly-branched aromatic shrub to 1.5 m tall, to less than 1 metre wide.
Prostanthera denticulata – A wiry / weak-wooded, semi-erect to prostrate shrub, aromatic, growing to a height of 1 metre and potentially spreading to 2 metres wide.