Melia azedarach $10.00/25 g, $175.00/kg, upcoming fresh harvest
Common Name: White Cedar
Deciduous tree growing 7 to 12 m tall and 6 to 8 m wide canopy. Small fragrant pale lilac flowers appear in clusters in autumn followed by fruit containing a seed. The seeds where often used as rosarie beads. The tree is mainly used for its timber – medium density, light brown to dark red in colour. Prefers sun to part shade and is frost hardy except under extreme frost conditions.
Ginkgo biloba $12.00/25 g, $129.00/kg, coming into stock soon from fresh harvest
Common Name: Maidenhair Tree
Native to China and south Japan, growing 20 to 35 m tall with a conical canopy. A beautiful shade tree with green leaves that turn to golden yellow, deciduous in autumn, the leaves turn yellow before falling. Prefers milder climates and occurs as separate female and male trees. Used in traditional Chinese medicine, Ginkgo biloba has been found in fossils dating 270 million years. They adapt well to urban environments making a great garden tree or park planting, as well as interesting bonsai specimens. Resistant to wind and snow damage.
Austromyrtus dulcis $83.50/1000 seeds, coming into stock soon from fresh harvest
Common Name: Midgen Berry, Midyim
Spreading shrub/small tree to 2 m. Native to coastal eastern Australia from Valla, New South Wales to Fraser Island, Queensland. Dark, glossy green leaves with hairy underside. White flowers appear spring/summer, followed by fruit. Fruit are white with blue/black spots and are edible, aromatic with a sweet gingery taste.
Pittosporum angustifolium $17.00/25 g, $535.00/kg, upcoming fresh harvest
Common Name: Native Apricot, Berrigan, Gumbi Gumbi
Tree to 10 m with weeping branches of slender leaves. Distributed mainly inland, southern Australia. Small cream yellow flowers are lightly scented, appear from late winter to mid spring, followed by small orange fruit. Prefers full sun and good drainage. A good ornamental plant or shade for stock.
Acacia cambagei $110.00/25 g, available in stock from fresh harvest
Common Name: Gidgee
Endemic to semiarid and arid clay soil woodlands and forests of Queensland, extending into Northern Territory, South Australia and north-western New South Wales. Used for revegetaion and mine site rehabilitation.