by Deb Shaw
BAGSC members were treated to an inspirational garden tour of Cordelia’s sustainable, drought-tolerant, and enchanting garden and home before the BAGSC Quarterly Meeting on June 4, 2016. Stay tuned to the blog for an article by Cordelia about the garden, its inspiration, planning, and building and more photos.
In the meantime, as promised, Cordelia has provided us with her plant list. All of the plants listed below are available from Australian Plants Nursery in Ojai, California.
Looking from the house toward the street. Photo by Clara Josephs, © 2016.
Acacia cardiophylla Acacia craspedocarpa Acacia cultriformis Acacia drummondii Acacia hubbardiana Acacia podalyriifolia pearl Acacia spectabilis Acacia stenophylla Acacia terminalis
Agonis flexuosa burgundy
Anigozanthos amber velvet Anigozanthos flavidus bush nugget Anigozanthos yellow gem
Looking from the front room out to the garden. The windows are laminated to dampen noise from the street. Photo by Clara Josephs, © 2016.
Banksia blechnifolia Banksia dryandroides Banksia grandis Banksia hookeriana dwarf Banksia media dwarf Banksia menziesii dwarf Bankisa oblongifolia Banksia petiolaris Banksia praemorsa Banksia repens Banksia robur Banksia serrata Banksia speciosa Banksia sphaerocarpa Banksia spinulosa
Gathered around the center island in the kitchen, looking at “before and after” photos, Cordelia’s artwork, and listening to information about construction details. Photo by Clara Josephs, © 2016.
Banksia spinulosa dwarf Banksia telmatiaeae Banksia verticillata Banksia violaceae
Brachysema praemorsa bronze butterfly
Callistemon pinifolius Callistemon red alert Callistemon viminalis captain cook Callistemon viminalis slim
The side yard leads to a soaking tub. Photo by Clara Josephs, © 2016.
Dianella becca Dianella king alfred Dianella sterling variegata Dianella tasmanica variegata