By choosing plants that are suited to your local soil and weather conditions, you can save water without restricting your choice of garden design.
|Region||Name of Guide||Organisation||Link to Guide|
|National||The Plant Library||Native Plant Society||This Guide presents detailed information on a range of Australian plants - Acacia, Banksia, Grevillea, Callistemon, Eremophila, Leptospermum, Melaleuca, Kangaroo Paws and many others. Click on the following links for further information on the natural distribution, cultivation, propagation and of the indicated genera and families.|
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|National||The Australian Institute of Horticulture||The Australian Institute of Horticulture||The Australian Institute of Horticulture has become the pre-eminent national body that represents the interests and professional development of horticulturists in Australia. AIH aim to improve our physical environment through appropriate use of plants, assist and promote horticultural education and training and improving the quality and selection of plants used in Australia. Find out more here.|
|National||Waterwise Plant Selector||Sydney Water||The Waterwise Plant Selector is a social platform to assist gardeners and landscapers with selecting plants best suited to their conditions in Australia.Find out more here.|
|Western Australia||Waterwise Plant Search||Water Corporation of WA||Grouping plants with similar watering needs can create a beautiful garden and water more efficiently. Use this directory to find the waterwise plants that will grow the best where you live. Find out more here.|
|Northern Territory||Waterwise Gardening in the Top End, Nursery and Garden Industry||NT and Power and Water||In the Top End, people use more than twice as much water as those living in other Australian capital cities. Being waterwise in the garden doesn’t mean you have to compromise on having a beautiful garden. The tips in this book, your garden could look better than ever. Find out more here.|
|Northern Territory||Waterwise Action in Central Australia||desertSMART COOLmob||This booklet has been put together to show you some simple and effective ways to lower your water use. Find out more here.|