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Reliable summer colour in shades of red, pink, salmon and white. Although these plants are renowned for their poisonous characteristics, their bitter taste is usually an effective deterrent to ingestion.
A stunning shrub, with variegated white and pale green foliage. Small, white-bracted flowers appear in spring and make a gorgeous cut flower to display in the home. Take care when pruning, as the milky sap can be quite irritating.
Geraldton Wax must have perfect drainage and may be short-lived in humid areas.
Also known as flowering quince, this great survivor produces a dense mound of thorny branches that sport pretty spring blooms.
Rosemary-like leaves and small, lipped flowers over a long period. Good salt tolerance.