Backhousia citriodora. This is the plant I lead all the visitors to at Chalk Horse HQ. I crush a leaf and urge them to hold it and take a deep drawn in breath. The lemon scent is is of strong sherbet, the kind you used to get in lemon sherbet boiled sweets. it is nothing short of amazing.
Melaleuca Squamea, known as the Swamp-Honey-myrtle is a common Australian plant found in swampy coastal areas, usually in heathland. A shrub to 3 metres high with corky bark, and crowded woody oval shaped fruit, 5 to 7 mm in diameter. This plant is often noticed in spring, with attractive purple or pink flowers
Ptilotus nobilis; flowers winter through to summer; needs open sunny position, excellent drainage & a dry summer; not particularly reliable. (cultivar "Joey" seems to be flowering quite happily on Hobart's eastern shore)
Chenopodium nutans, known by its common name of Climbing Saltbush or Nodding Saltbush, is a climbing groundcover native to Australia. Plants form a blanket on the surface, climbing over logs and up trees to a height of around 1 metre. Flowers are inconspicuous green balls, which form on top of terminal spikes during summer. These transform into very conspicuous, tiny, bright-red berries during early autumn