Because of its unique bicoloured flowers that are produced in profusion all year round.
Because of its stunning red mass flower displays and adaptability to poorly drained soils.
Because of the wonderful autumn crescendo of ivory coloured blooms
Because of the non-stop display of large purple hibiscus-like flowers through the warmer months.
Because of the unusual coppery-pink flower heads and compact growth habit.
Because of the iconic flower heads that are an absolute bird magnet.
Because of the soft ‘cuddly’ foliage with bronze new growth.
Because of the year-round flowering and adaptability to poorly drained soil.
Because of the greyish-green weeping foliage and mass displays of lemon flowers.
Note- In areas in Western Australia and Perth this plant has become a weed species, outcompeting the local native vegetation communities, so not recommended there
Because of the stunning silver foliage complemented by the beautiful mauve flowers.