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Native Plants you might find in the Aldgate Valley and the Adelaide Hills

Species List

To access the relevant page just click on the plant of interest from the list below.

NOTE: If you are planning to plant any of these species, please help us conserve Aldgate Valley's unique floral heritage by using only plants grown from local seed (collected within 5kms) rather than seedlings bought from nurseries, which may come from other States or other regions, and have a different genetic makeup. To learn how to collect local seed and propagate it, come to one of our workshops (also: see our Valley of the Bandicoots species list here).

Acacia acinacea
Acacia dodonaefolia
Acacia melanoxylon
Acacia myrtifolia
Acacia paradoxa
Acacia pycnantha
Acacia retinodes (swamp form)
Acacia retinodes (hill form)
Acacia verniciflua
Acacia verticillata
Allocasuarina muelleriana
Allocasuarina striata
Allocasuarina verticillata
Arthropodium strictum
Banksia marginata
Burchardia umbellata
Bursaria spinosa
Callistemon sieberi
Callitris gracilis
Callitris rhomboidea
Calytrix tetragona
Clematis microphylla
Daviesia leptophylla
Dodonaea viscosa
Dianella revoluta
Eucalyptus baxteri
Eucalyptus camaldulensis
Eucalyptus cosmophylla
Eucalyptus dalrympleana
Eucalyptus fasciculosa
Eucalyptus leucoxylon
Eucalyptus obliqua
Eucalyptus ovata
Eucalyptus viminalis
Eucalyptus viminalis cygnetensis
Gahnia sieberiana
Hakea carinata
Hakea rostrata
Hardenbergia violacea
Helichrysum scorpioides
Ixodia achillaeoides
Juncus pallidus
Kennedia prostrata
Leptospermum continentale
Leptospermum lanigerum
Leptospermum myrsinoides
Melaleuca brevifolia
Melaleuca decussata
Microlaena stipoides
Olearia ramulosa
Pulteana daphnoides
Pulteana largiflorens
Xanthorrhoea semiplana

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