Above G. lanigera 'Mt. Tamboritha', below G. lanigera 'Coastal Gem'. The two plants are similar. 'Coastal Gem' has slightly finer, narrower foliage and flatter growth habit; 'Tamboritha' has larger flowers. This 'Coastal Gem' has several years growth advantage over the 'Tamboritha' and is slowly engulfing the Adenanthos cuneata next to it.
Speaking of Adenanthos, last years new plant has grown considerably.
'Robyn Gordon', growing well if slightly chlorotic.
Big 'Moonlight', growing strong:
I am guessing our long stretch of cool overcast weather helped to induce chlorosis. The soil has plenty of iron.
'Fanfare' has grown and bloomed. The first one was small and died in a heat wave last year. This one purchased as a somewhat larger plant has had no problems with the heat. What a beauty.
'Superb' #2 and #3
Hey where's 'Peaches and Cream', the best of the best?