Perth has a great unique climate in Australia. The warm and dry climate in late spring, summer and early autumn is making place for cooler and wet winters around April-May.
This is visible in the many famous parks that are located in Perth. The most well known park is Kings Park and the Botanic Garden, Yellagonga Regional Park North of the River and The Hills South-East of the River. Some people choose specifically for native plants in their garden and these public parks can be great inspiration of the possibilities for your garden. Although it is unlikely you will have or place a 500 year old Jarrah tree in your garden, it doesn’t have to be that exclusive to be native.
You can also get inspiration from the largest floral wildlife show on this planet. WA has more than 12 thousands different flower specific that colour our beautiful state in a wide variety of colours. It starts in June in the North and during the course of 6 months it is moving South. In September the Perth Botanical garden is at its peak, showing off for many garden enthusiasts.