By Kim Charles

Although these are not natives to Australia I fashioned this door wreath out of mixed evergreens, English Box, Viburnum berries, a few dried gum nuts and miniature apples."

 

Brian Mazzer gets creative with native foliage.

 

"These are some of my decorations using native foliages that I collected around my home in Brisbane,Australia."

 

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A table arrangement of mixed eucalyptus leaves,New South Wales Christmas bush Ceratopetalum Gummiferum, Banksia Nut, and dried gum nuts.

 

Door wreath using Persoonia Longifolia, a Western Australian native for the base.

 

Mixed eucalyptus leaves were added along with gum nuts, yellow seed eucalyptus and yellow Kangaroo Paw.

 

A wreath using New South Wales Christmas bush.

 

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