NEW LINE! Monstera deliciosa Tauerii $179.00/1000 seedsMonstera deliciosa tauerii 2Monstera 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. Growing to 2 m, ideal for shady gardens or containers indoors. Prefers filtered light.

 

 

 

 

Harpulia pendula $159/1000 seedsHarpullia pendula 1

Common Name: Tulipwood

A small/medium tree, native to Australia. Forms a compact, dense canopy with pannicles of green/yellow flowers appearing November to January. Bright orange fruit appear August to October, containing shiny black/brown seeds. Used as an ornamental garden tree and street plantings. Fine grained, heavy timber is used for cabinetry and turning.

 

 

Asparagus meyerii $150.00/1000 seedsAsparagus meyeri 1

Common Name: Asparagus Fern, Basket Fern

Native to southern Africa, a compact, clumping evergreen with needle-like leaves growing 60 to 80 cm high. Not frost tolerant. Suitable for coastal gardens in subtropical and tropical climates in hanging baskets, containers or as a groundcover in gardens. Drought resistant, low maintenance, prefers full sun to part shade.

Flowering Eucalyptus

 

Eucalyptus sideroxylon $15/25 grams, $330/kgEucalyptus sideroxylon 1

 

 

Corymbia ficifolia $27.50/25 gramsCorymbia ficifolia 1

 

 

Eucalyptus phoenicea $24.50/25 gramsEucalyptus phoenicia 1

 

 

Eucalyptus ptychocarpa $16/25 grams, $375/kgEucalyptus ptychocarpa 1

 

 

 

 

 

Eucalyptus macrocarpa $39.50/25 gramsEucalyptus macrocarpa 1

 

 

Eucalyptus erythrocorys $12/25 grams, $320/kgEucalyptus erythrocorys 1

 

 

Eucalyptus caesia $15/25 grams, $325/kgEucalyptus caesia 1

 

 

Corymbia eximia $17/25 gramsCorymbia eximia 1

 

 

 

 

 

Kilogram price applies to orders 250 grams and over.  Prices exclude gst and postage.  

Austromyrtis dulcis $83.50/1000 seeds – available from fresh collectionAustromyrtus dulcis Fruit 1

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.

 

 

Fraxinus griffithii $10.00/25 g, $195.00/kg – coming up for fresh harvestFraxinus griffithii 1

Common Name: Himalayan Ash

Native to south-east Asia and India. An evergreen small/medium tree growing to 10 m. Grows well in warmer areas of eastern Australia, used as a street tree or garden ornamental as it is drought tolerant and fast growing. The leaves are glossy green with silver/hairy underside. White flower panicles appear in spring.

 

 

Brachychiton bidwillii, $110.00/1000 seedsBrachychiton bidwillii 1

Common Name: Little Kurrajong

Native to tropical eastern Australia, a small deciduous tree growing 4 to 5 m with a spread of up to 4 m. Flowers spring through summer while tree is leafless. Flowers are pink to red and vary in size depending on regionality. Drought tolerant and frost tolerant.

 

 

Brachychiton australis, $15.00/25 g, $295.00/kgBrachychiton australis 1

Common Name: Broad-Leaved Bottle Tree

Native to eastern Australia growing to 5 m. Deciduous, leafless from June to August when white scented flowers appear. The characteristic bulbous trunk tapering towards the top of the tree is where the ‘bottle’ tree name comes from. Once established they are very drought resistant. Suitable for parks, gardens and containers with a non-invasive root system.

 

 

 

Alpinia caerulea Red Back, $125.00/1000 seedsAlpinia caerulea RedBack

Common Name: Atherton Native Ginger

A variety of Alpinia caerulea, the broad green leaves have a red underside. Grows to about 2 m tall, 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.

 

 

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Acacia simsii $9.00/25 g, $210.00/kg Acacia simsii 2

Common Name: Sims Wattle

Native to Northern Territory and Queensland. A shrub growing 1 to 4 m with a scraggly habit, usually found along roadsides. Fine green leaves and bright yellow ball shaped flowers appearing January to March.

 

 

Tabebuia chrysotricha $59.00/1000 seeds Tabebuia chrysotricha 1 Flowers

Common Name: Golden Trumpet Tree

Native to Brazil, growing 5 to 8 m with a canopy spread 8 to 10 m. Semi-deciduous in late spring. A showy display of yellow flowers appears in spring, attracting nectar-feeding birds. Used for street or garden plantings in tropical and subtropical climates. Prefers a sheltered sunny position.

 

 

Pongamia pinnata $11.00/25 g, $225.00/kgPongamia pinnata 1 Flower

 

Common Name: Pongame Oil Tree

Native to tropical temperate Asia, a legume growing 15 to 25 m with a large leafy canopy. Fragrant flower clusters of white/purple/pink shades appear throughout the year. Seed oil is being explored as a biodiesel fuel. Used for street plantings and gardens, is deep rooted and drought tolerant.

 

 

Nitraria billardierei $12.00/25 g, $325.00/kg Nitraria billardierei 2

Common Name: Nitre Bush

Native to Australia, primarily grows in saline soils of inland, coastal and disturbed/overgrazed areas. White flowers appear in spring followed by fruit from yellow to red to purple in colour. The edible fruit have a flavour of salty grapes and can be stored dried or made into preserve. A traditional food source for indigenous Australians. A low spreading shrub suitable to revegetation and erosion control.

 

 

Zamia furfuracea $93.50/1000 seeds Zamia furfuracea 2

Common Name: Cardboard Cycad

Native to Mexico, grows up to 1.5 m high and 2 m wide. The trunk is short and often subterranean. Leaves are very rigid, sightly furry and grow in a circular crown, erect in full sun, horizontal in shade. Prefers moist, well-drained soil, full sun to part shade, does not like the cold. In warmer climates it can grow well in containers and as houseplants. A low maintenance ornamental species for the garden.

 

 

Schefflera arboricola ‘Caroline’ $47.50/1000 seeds - Replacing Schefflera arboricola ‘Pitman Pride’ Schefflera Caroline Andersons Seeds 220519

Seed of Schefflera arboricola ‘Pitman Pride’ is no longer available so we are now offering Schefflera arboricola ‘Caroline’, another dwarf variety. A single or multi-trunked plant growing up to 2 m. Low maintenance, indoors or outdoors in warm climates, prefers a bright position but not direct sunlight. Leaflets are arranged in an ‘umbrella’ shape, red flowers on long stems are followed by berries that attract birds and insects.