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Toona ciliata $19/25 g, $535/kgToona ciliata 1 Tree

Common Name: Red Cedar

Grows in the subtropical forests of New South Wales and Queensland. Can grow to 60 m with a 3 m diameter trunk. One of Australia’s few deciduous trees, the leaves fall in autumn and grow back in early spring, new leaves are red. Small white/pale pink flowers appear late spring. Timber is red, easy to work and highly valued for furniture, panelling and ship building. An interesting structural planting for large gardens and parks. Seeds can take up to 12 months to germinate. Seed germinated trees tend to have stronger root systems than cutting propagated plants.

 

 

Lepironia articulata $27.50/25 gLepironia articulata 3

Common Name: Grey Sedge

Native to coastal freshwater wetlands of northern and eastern Australia. A rhizomatous sedge with tall, slender glaucous foliage 1.5 to 3 m high. Used for ornamental water feature plantings, boggy areas, ponds and pots with 50cm depth. Prefers full to sun to half shade. The leaves are used for weaving and basket making.

 

 

Monstera deliciosa Tauerii $179/1000 seedsMonstera deliciosa tauerii 1

Common Name: Swiss Cheese Plant

Similar to Monstera deliciosa however seeds are less perishable and store longer, better germination and the leaf holes develop earlier. Grows to 2 m, ideal for shady gardens or containers indoors. Prefers filtered light.

 

 

Archontophoenix alexandrae $37.50/1000 seedsArchontophoenix alexandrae 3

Common Name: Alexander Palm

Native to Queensland and New South Wales coastal rainforests. A single trunk palm growing 6 to 10 m. Leaves are large, dark green. Large flower clusters appear at the leaf base on the trunk follow by red berries which are bird attracting. Once seed development is finished, the cluster drops off the trunk. Prefers full sun and well-drained soils. An ornamental palm for gardens and street plantings, also good as an indoor plant.


 

Archontophoenix cunninghamiana $37.50/1000 seeds – in stock nowArchontophoenix cunninghamiana 4

Common Name: Bangalow Palm

Native to Australia in subtropical and tropical climates. Grows 20 to 25 m tall. Evergreen fronds, hanging panicles of purple flowers appear midsummer are followed by red berries that attract birds. Full sun to part shade.

 

 

Cupaniopsis anacardioides $12/25 g, $255/kg – upcoming collectionCupaniopsis anacardioides 3 Tree

Common Name: Tuckeroo

Native to eastern and northern Australia, a small tree growing to 10 m. Green/white flowers appear May to July followed by orange, bird-attracting fruit that contains glossy seeds. Suitable as an ornamental garden or street planting tree. Salt tolerant.

 

 

Grevillea baileyana $55/1000 seeds – upcoming collectionGrevillea baileyana 1

Common Name: White Oak / Brown Silky Oak

Native to rainforests of north east Queensland. In natural habitat it can grow to 30 m but in cultivation to 10 m. Creamy-white fragrant flowers appear August to December, prolific in tropical climates but slower in temperate regions. Flowers and foliage are used in floral arrangements, the leaves have a green upper with a bronze underside. Prefers compost rich acidic soil with good drainage in sunny to light shade positions. An attractive garden plant or street tree for bees, nectar birds, butterflies.

 

 

Stenocarpus sinuatus $15/25 g, $365/kg – upcoming collectionStenocarpus sinuatus 1

Common Name: Firewheel Tree

Native to eastern Australia, a medium to large rainforest tree that grows to 40 m in its natural environment although smaller in cultivation and in cooler climates of southern states. Flowers are circular red umbels appearing February to March. A popular ornamental garden tree in Australia and around the world. Suitable as street trees and for large parks and gardens. Prefers sun to part shade and grows best in rich loamy soils. Attracts bees, butterflies, insects and nectar-feeding birds.

 

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