Eucalyptus caesia looked and sounded familiar so I checked, yes, there's a variety called 'Silver Princess' which is quite popular here.
The Eucalyptus preissiana is lovely. I hadn't heard of it, not surprising because there's a huge number of eucalypts.
That cordyline is beautiful. I believe there are quite a lot of varieties of cordyline from small plants to tree size types, but most are frost-sensitive so the only one grown around here is Cordyline Australis. In recent years it has become available in nurseries in different colours but that is still only a small proportion of the variety out there.
I found a pic I took at the Botanic Gardens earlier this month with a cordyline amongst xanthorrhoeas and gymea lilies.
Also a couple of pics from the native daisy garden.
I suppose I should post some pics of MY garden but it really hasn't done too well this summer.
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