<i>Grevillea</i> ‘Bronze Rambler’

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.

<i>Grevillea</i> ‘Winter Delight’

Grevillea ‘Winter Delight’ – It is a cross between G. lanigera (a Victorian / NSW species) and G. lavandulacea (a South Australian species).

<i>Grevillea</i> ‘Pick o’ the Crop’

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.

<i>Prostanthera junonis</i>

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

<i>Prostanthera howelliae</i>

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.

<i>Prostanthera hindii</i>

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.

<i>Isopogon fletcheri</i>

Isopogon fletcheri – An erect stout shrub to about 1 metre tall by 1 metre wide. It has a lignotuber.

<i>Prostanthera denticulata</i>

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.

<i>Grevillea</i> ‘Hills Jubilee’

Grevillea ‘Hills Jubilee’ – introduced by Peter Ollerenshaw of Bywong Bursery. It is a deliberate hybrid cross between G. baueri x G. alpina and G. rosmarinifolia ‘Lutea’.

<i>Grevillea</i> ‘Jelly Baby’

Grevillea ‘Jelly Baby’ – Grevillea ‘Jelly Baby’ is a dense, silver grey, low spreading shrub to 0.4 metres high and to 1 metre wide. G. ‘Jelly Baby’ was a chance seedling which arose at the property of Neil and Wendy Marriott at Panrock Ridge in the Black Range, near Stawell in Victoria.

<i>Grevillea</i> ‘New Blood’

Grevillea ‘New Blood’ – A small compact shrub to 0.25 metres to 1.5 metres wide. It is a hybrid of G. juniperina ‘Molonglo’ x G. rhyolitica. Leaves are thin and prickly, mid to dark green, to about 2 cm long by only 0.3 cm wide.

<i>Ceratopetalum</i> ‘Johanna’s Christmas’

Ceratopetalum ‘Johanna’s Christmas’ – This cultivar is a dwarf form of Ceratopetalum gummiferum. It is a dense shrub to 1.5m tall x 1.5m wide. Registered with ACRA by Brian and Carol Roach of Westleigh, Sydney on 14 Jan 2004.

<i>Grevillea</i> ‘Jubilee’

Grevillea ‘Jubilee’ – A low growing, compact shrub to about 1 metre tall. This cultivar was introduced by Austraflora Nurseries, Montrose, Victoria, in 1982. It is reportedly a hybrid between G. rosmarinifolia and G. alpina.

<i>Grevillea</i> ‘Scarlet Sprite’

Grevillea ‘Scarlet Sprite’ – A small shrub that grows to 1 metre tall x 1 metre wide. It is a form of Grevillea rosmarinifolia. It has mid green narrow and stiff-prickly linear leaves, to about 3 cm long by only 0.1 cm wide.

<i>Grevillea imberbis</i>

Grevillea imberbis – A shrub to 0.4 m high or prostrate, with a rhizomatous suckering ability. It is only found in two separate areas, from Kanangra Walls (Boyd Plateau) SE of Oberon and the Braidwood–Mongarlowe–Currockbilly areas (central and southern tablelands) in NSW. It grows in wet low heath or on heathy-woodland margins, in skeletal soils over sandstone.

<i>Grevillea molyneuxii</i>

Grevillea molyneuxii – A low spreading shrub to 1 m tall. Restricted to a small area in the southern highlands of NSW, viz. south of Penrose, above Tallowa Gully and Bundanoon Creek, in Morton National Park and on Crown Land.

<i>Grevillea parviflora</i>

Grevillea parviflora – A shrub usually to 1 m high or less, or almost prostrate. It can spread from rhizomes. It is generally confined to the Greater Sydney Basin (in recent times, more occurrences have been recorded) found naturally from Prospect to Camden and the Avon and Cordeaux Dam area on clay soils

<i>Grevillea kedumbensis</i>

Grevillea kedumbensis – A shrub to 1 m high with a lignotuber. It is naturally restricted to an area between the Kedumba Valley and Scotts Main Range (near Yerranderie, west of Lake Burragorang in NSW).

<i>Banksia blechnifolia</i>

Banksia blechnifolia – A prostrate banksia from WA which generates much interest as it grows along the ground.

<i>Banksia vincentia</i>

Banksia vincentia – A very rare banksia, only recently found in the wild, which grows to only 1 m tall but can spread to 2 m wide, bearing a lignotuber. It has mostly prostrate stems which curve up (decumbent) at terminals.

<i>Banksia nivea</i>

Banksia nivea – A ground-covering small shrub-banksia from WA, found naturally in the south-west of WA, from Geraldton, extending south and east through Perth, Albany and Esperance.

<i>Eutaxia obovata</i>

Eutaxia obovata – A shrub to about 1 m tall which grows only in moist karri forests in S-W Western Australia.

<i>Abutilon otocarpum</i>

Abutilon otocarpum is a small shrub to about 0.7 metres tall, found on the western plains on NSW, in semi-arid conditions; on red sandy soils, sand rises and dunes. It is also found in all other mainland states in similar habitats.

<i>Actinotus helianthi</i>

Actinotus helianthi is Aasoft-wooded shrub, growing to one meter in good conditions. It grows mainly in coastal NSW, in open forest and woodland as well as heaths. It also grows inland on the western slopes and tablelands extending into southern Queensland, as far north as Carnarvon Gorge and Isla Gorge, in sclerophyll woodland and shrublands.

<i>Acacia gunnii</i>

Acacia gunnii grows to 1 metre high and wide in dry sclerophyll communities, in various soil types. Widespread in New South Wales (western areas of coastal subdivisions, tablelands and western slopes), as well as South Australia, Victoria, Tasmania, Australian Capital Territory, and Queensland.

<i>Acacia bynoeana</i>

Acacia bynoeana is a small shrub growing to 0.5 m high, in heath and dry sclerophyll forest, in sandy soils. It has a limited distribution in NSW, found mainly south from Morisset area to the Illawarra region, west to the Blue Mountains and it is uncommon in the wild, hence it is listed as a threatened species in NSW.

<i>Acacia baueri</i>

Acacia baueri is a small shrub to 1 m tall, with a decumbent to spreading habit with hairy and warty branches. It grows mainly along the coast, north from the Illawarra Region of NSW, up into Qld.

<i>Epacris pulchella</i>

Epacris pulchella is a slender erect shrub to 1.5 m high but usually shorter, it grows in scrub, heath and dry sclerophyll forest on sandy soils. Its range is on coast and tablelands, north from Conjola and Ettrema Creek into SE Queensland.

<i>Philotheca nodiflora</i> var. <i>lasiocalyx</i>

Philotheca nodiflora var. lasiocalyx is a small upright shrub about 50 cm tall by 30–50 cm wide which forms a ground cover. It has fine hairy grey foliage which has a strong aroma when crushed, due to the volatile oils. The terminal clusters of delicate lilac-blue 5-petaled flowers ageing to purple appear in late winter to early spring and are about 10–15 mm in diameter.