|Tufted Bluebell (whalenbergia communis), resprouting from rootstock|
|A more advanced Tufted Bluebell|
|Chocolate Lillies (dichopogon strictus), resprouting from root stock|
|Old Man's Beard (clematis microphylla), hanging on tight|
|Native Spear Grass (austrostipa scabra ssp falcate),|
resprouting from root stock
|Wallaby Grass (austrodanthonia caespitosa), resprouting from rootstock|
|Nodding Salt Bush (einadia nutans), sprouting from seed. A vigorous groundcover for|
difficult sites and a fantastic fodder plant for local fauna - sweet red berries. The leaves are salty.
It can be tricky working out what's native and what's exotic at this early stage - personally I'm still going crosseyed trying to identify wallaby grass from buffalo or any other introduced species - but once these get going it will become quite clear. A good soak over Winter will give this site a much needed boost and with some infill planting we should see some decent results come late Spring.