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SMALL TREES
Acmena hemilampra
Brachychiton paradoxum Carallia brachiata
Dodonea platyptera
Hymenosporum flavum Syzygium australe
Syzygium paniculata
Syzygium fibrosum Xanthostemon paradoxus SMALL SHRUBS & GROUNDCOVERS Acacia gonocarpa
Acacia nuperrima Chrysopogon elongatus
Cochlospermum fraseri
Crinum angustifolium
Gardenia radicans
Grevillea dryandra Grevillea pluricaulis Hibbertia tasmanica Hymenocallis littoralis
Ixora coccinea
Liriope ‘Evergreen Giant’
Lomandra longifolia
Pleomele angustifolia
Scaevola taccada
Strelitzia reginae
Vitex rotundifolia Xerochrysum bracteatum
CLIMBERS
Chonemorpha macrophylla Cissus antarctica
Jasminium aemulum Clerodendrum thomsoniae Mandevilla bolivensis
Pandorea sp Stephanotis floribunda
NOTES
COMMON NAME
Blue Satin Ash
Red Kurrajong
Carallia Hop Bush
Native Frangipani
Brush Cherry
Magenta Cherry
Rain Cherry
Golden Penda
COMMON NAME
Wattle
Wattle
Tall Tamil Grass
Yellow Kapok
Swamp Lily
Gardenia (prostrate form)
Dryanders Grevillea Creeping Grevillea Guinea Flower Spider Lily
Prince of Orange
Liriope Mat Rush
Native Dracaena
Beach Nuapaka
Bird of Paradise
Beach Vitex Paper Daisy
COMMON NAME
Climbing Frangipani
Kangaroo Vine
Native Jasmine Bleeding Heart Vine
White Mandevilla Wonga Wonga Wonga Wonga Vine
Madagascar Jasmine SIZE
8-15m
2-3m 5-10m
4-5m
4-8m to 10m
5-8m
5-10m
4-10m
SIZE
1-3m
0 5-1 5m
1-2m
4-6m 0 75-1m
0 5-1 5m
0 6-2m 1-2m
1m
spread 1-2m
1 2-2m
0 5-1m
0 5-1m
1-5m
1-4m
0 5-1m
0 0 1-0 5m
0 0 15-0 3m SIZE
varies
varies
varies
2-3m 3-4m
3-4m
2-3m COMMENTS/FEATURES
Medium sized tree bright red new foliage fluffy white flowers Prominent red bell shaped flowers Insignificant flowers glossy green leaves small edible red berries Fast growing medium sized shrub dense foliage papery winged seeds Slender small tree yellow frangipani scented flowers Tall shrub psyllid resistant fast growing fluffy white f fl f f f lowers and edible pink fruit Evergreen medium shrub fast growing fluffy white flowers and edible magenta fruit Cream flowers dense foliage edible fleshy fruits Bright yellow flowers with numerous stamens COMMENTS/FEATURES
Pale yellow flowers in loose spikes narrow light green foliage Yellow globular flower heads narrow woody pods Dense tufted perennial grass with tall erect form Large bright yellow flowers woody capsules release mass of cotton wool Large prominent scented white flowers clustered on tall erect stalk Highly fragrant semi double white blooms on glossy green foliage Spreading to erect shrub white red or pink flowers Pale greenish flowers Large yellow flowers prostrate herb Robust lily with strappy leaves large white spider-like flowers prefers shade Small shrub multiple heads of bright orange/red flowers for long periods Medium grass lily like leathery strappy leaves low maintenance Tussock grass with broad strappy leaves bears spikes of prickly flowers Slender shrub with strap like leaves fragrant yellow-green flowers Evergreen shrub white and mauve flowers Clumping lily with stiff blue-green foliage spikes of orange and blue flowers Mauve flowers beach shrub trailing stems rooting at nodes Yellow orange white pink crimson and red paper daisy flowers COMMENTS/FEATURES
Vigorous climber with leathery leaves fragrant white flowers Similar leaves to grapes black edible fruits ideal for covering banks and fences White star-like petals fragrant jasmine scented flowers Deep crimson petals emerging from hanging clusters of white heart-shaped calyces Flowers prolifically from spring to autumn Large white trumpet-shaped flower Fast growing Australian native climber Tubular flowers white with rosy throat
Evergreen twining climber with an open habit White tubular flowers are perfumed USE
Street/Feature tree tree Feature tree Street tree tree Screen tree Feature tree Screening/Hedging
Screening/Hedging
Street tree tree Feature/Street tree tree USE
Screen shrub Screen shrub Groundcover/Border/ Screen Screen shrub Groundcover/Mass Planting Border/Groundcover
Screening plant Screening shrub Groundcover Groundcover/Mass Planting Hedge/Border shrub Border/Container plant Border Plant Feature Plant Screening/Hedging
plant Feature plant Groundcover Feature/Border plant USE
Climber
Climber
Shrub/Climber Climber
Climber
Climber
Climber
1 Minimum 75% of garden plantings must be be native native 25% can be be other than native native 2 Plants native to the Darwin region are highlighted 3 Heights to be used as guide only (References: John Brock ‘Native Plants of Northern Australia’ Nicholas Smith ‘Native Plants for Top End Gardens’ )
4 Availability of some species will be be variable at nurseries Forward orders may be be necessary DESIGN GUIDELINES
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