Living in Australia means you sometimes need to get creative with your landscaping. It’s not enough to buy plants you like and hope for the best. The average temperature is 30 degrees-Celsius in Summer and 15 in winter, making it a challenge to get all plants to survive and thrive.
Before you begin landscaping, it’s always best to consult experts or do your research. The more you know about hardy plants, the more likely you are to choose some that will last the distance in your property. Get started with these plants below.
Bear’s Britches (Acanthus Mollis)
Acanthus Mollis, also known as oyster plant or bear’s britches, is the ideal plant for borders and container planting. It’s compact, provides beautiful and tall purple flowers, and has evergreen foliage that withstands all weather conditions.
This plant is one of the hardiest available and thrives in all parts of Australia. You can grow it well in pots, plant it in direct sun, and give it a moderate amount of water.