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NEW MARCH PROMOTIONS
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$9.00/25 g, $97.50/kg
Common Name: Old Man Saltbush
Widespread in inland semi-arid and arid regions, Atriplex nummularia naturally occurs in saline, clay soils in flood plains but is adaptable to most soil conditions. Growing 3 m high and 2 to 4 m wide, it is tolerant to severe drought conditions, periodic flooding and is frost and salt tolerant. Silver-grey foliage, generally flowers in winter, with male and female flowers on separate plants, followed by seeds maturing in spring. An excellent specimen for coastal gardens and landscapes as a windbreak against salty coastal winds.
$15.00/25 g, $475.00/kg
Common Name: Rosewood
Dysoxylon fraserianum is a medium/large rainforest tree native to Queensland and New South Wales. Mature trees can reach a height of 55 m with a truck diameter of 3.5m, but more commonly grows to 25 to 40 m tall. With dark green, glossy foliage, it bears creamy-white flowers followed by pink fruit throughout the year. An excellent large garden or park shade tree. The red timber is rose-scented and used for carving, cabinetry and furniture.
GOODBYE SUMMER PROMOTION!
Common Name: Native Rosella
A fast growing native with abundant flowers and edible fruits, Hibiscus heterophyllus grows 2 to 6 m tall. Flowers vary in colour regionally, pink, white or yellow, with a red centre, spring through summer. Attractive to insects, butterflies and birds such as lorikeets and honeyeaters.
Common Name: Broad Leaved Bottle Tree
Brachychiton australis is a deciduous native to Queensland, leafless between June to August, followed by new growth and green-yellow flowers in winter/spring. Growing 5 to 8 m tall, it is easy to grow in hot, dry climates and makes a good container plant indoors and outside. Drought resistant.
Common Name: Benjamin Fig, Weeping Fig
Growing up to 30 m tall, Ficus benjamina is ideal as a large spreading shade tree in large gardens and parks. A popular, hardy indoor plant, it also makes a good topiary specimen if well maintained. It is also known as being very effective at removing formaldehyde from the air as an indoor plant.
LATEST FRESH SEED PROMOTIONS
Alpinia caerulea Red Back
Common Name: Atherton Native Ginger
Alpinia caerulea Red Back has broad green leaves with a red underside, growing
to 2 m tall and 1 m wide. Prefers light to full shade and grows well indoors, with
fragrant white flowers late spring to early summer, followed by blue berries.
Common Name: Grey Myrtle, Cinnamon Myrtle
Backhousia myrtifolia is a riparian species on dry banks and rocky
areas. A small tree growing to 7 m, preferring full sun, disliking
shade. Has cream flowers and cinnamon scented leaves. Drought
hardy when mature.
Common Name: Broad Leaved Palm Lilly
Cordyline petiolaris is a native rainforest understorey plant growing
5 to 7 m tall. An attractive, hardy plant for landscaping or indoor foliage,
it bears white to purple flowers in winter and spring, followed by bright
red berries. Prefers moist soil and semi-shade.
Common Name: River Cherry, Bamaga Satinash
Syzygium tierneyanum is a native plant, growing 5 to 10 m tall and
3 to 6 m wide in full sun to semi-shade. The edible red berries
are a food source for Cassowaries and is attractive to other
birds and butterflies.
Common Name: Powderpuff LillyPilly
Syzygium wilsonii is a native plant growing 1 to 3 m tall. Ideal
for rainforest gardens or potted verandah plants, it has a
weeping habit with reddish-brown new foliage, large, fluffy
flowers spring to summer, followed by fleshy, edible fruit.
Attracts birds such as honeyeaters.
$27.00/25 g, $995.00/kg
9 to 15 m high
Nitrogen fixing, moderately salt tolerant and moderately
drought resistant. Useful as a windbreak or shelterbelt
species. Regenerates after fire. The wood is valued
in furniture making.
We are notifying customers of the availability of Allocasuarina luehmanii, frequently unavailable against customer demand. Please consider and advise requirements based on $27.00/25 g, $995.00/kg.