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diannekitson

This is a great Australian plant and if you are quick enough you can harvest the berries from some species. Check with your local council or bushcare for the species native to your area and you will likely end up a gorgeous native for your garden that is likely to require minimal maintenance once established.

   
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Rita Leigh

Are they poisonous to cats?

   
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scarebeaks

Rita Leigh no. Our cats love chomping on one of our Dianlella species.

   

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