Benefits of Planting Australian Native Plants Infographic

Australian Native Plants InfographicOur Australian native plants infographic shows some of the major benefits of planting native plants in your own backyard.

Planting Australian native plants can have a huge impact on the amount of native wildlife attracted to that area. In fact, one study showed that suburbs with more than 30% native street trees had 11% more bird species compared to other suburbs.

Also, Eastern Spinebills, Eastern Yellow Robins and Superb Fairy Wrens are most likely to frequent gardens composed of at least 50% Australian native plants.

Planting Australian native plants tends to be cheaper than planting other non-native varieties and selecting local varieties adapted specifically to those conditions can help reduce water needs.

One other benefit to planting Australian natives is that they are generally easy grow and require minimal maintenance.

Australian native plants infographic - Free Infographic

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5 Responses to Benefits of Planting Australian Native Plants Infographic

  1. Sean O'Leary says:

    Great infographic. Nearly inspires me to get out in the garden.

  2. Kaitlyn says:

    Awesome info, very attractive graphics.
    I work in a childcare centre and we teach the children a lot about the environment and sustainability. I would love to be able to display this at my centre, with links to this website if course. Would it be ok if I printed it out to display, or is it possible to purchase it as a poster from you. Please email me.
    Thank you for posting this!
    Kaitlyn

  3. Jenna says:

    Hi,
    This is a great graphic! I work in local government and I’d love to be able to use it in some of our biodiversity community education projects. Any chance of getting a high res version for printing?

    Many thanks,
    Jenna

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