Native perennials play an important role in our landscape. They contribute to a variety of aspects in the environment such as:
Food and shelter for wildlife
Food source for pollinators
Discouragement of invasive species
Reduced usage of water, fertilizers and special treatments
They are aesthetically beautiful, although underutilised in the landscape. Planted in drifts, native perennials can create a meadow effect; or groupings in shaded areas can recreate a woodland under story; wet site plantings can enhance water filtration for ponds…your imagination is the limit!
*Our native perennials are grown from locally collect seed and therefore may have genetic variations between plants of that species. For example, leaf size, slight change in colour of flower or size of flower*