Moringa pterygosperma 2


Moringa pterygosperma $9.00/25 g, $159.00/kg

syn Moringa oleifera

Common Name: Koepanger Tree

Small tree originating from northern India. Fast growing, deciduous to 12 m, suitable to tropical and subtropical areas. Flowers once a years followed by hanging fruit, is a source of ben oil. Not frost tolerant.




Leptospermum laevigatum 1


Leptospermum laevigatum $32.50/25 g

Common Name: Coastal Tea Tree

Native to south eastern Australia. Grows 1.5 to 6 m tall as a large, bushy shrub. White-pink flowers appear April to October. Very hardy, salt tolerant, used in coastal plantings, windbreaks and soil stabilization in sandy soils and rehabilitation projects.



Wodyetia bifurcata 1



 Wodyetia bifurcata $195.00/1000 seeds

Common Name: Foxtail Palm

Native to Queensland. Grows up to 10 m tall with leaves 2 to 3 m long. White flowers followed by large orange/red fruit. The trunk is smooth grey/white and self-cleaning. Interesting ornamental garden specimen and highly sought after around the world.




Zamia pumila syn floridana 1


Zamia pumila $275.00/1000 seeds

Common Name: Coontie Palm

Native to West Indies and Florida, USA. A low-growing, woody cycad, the trunk is often subterranean. The leaves grow up to 120 cm long. Grows in various habitats with well-drained sands or sandy loam soil in full sun to heavy shade. Dioceous – in late winter the brown male and female cones emerge for pollination. Orange seeds are released in late autumn.




Sourcing Eremophila species

We are looking for collectors/suppliers for Eremophila nivea, E maculata, E mitchellii and E longifolia.

Please contact us on 07 3821 0745 if you can source any of these seeds.


 Eremophila nivea 1Eremophila maculata 1Eremophila mitchellii 1Eremophila longifolia 1

This week we are featuring Acer species, commonly known as Maple trees.  Most species are native to Asia.  Trees vary in height from 10 m to 45 m while shrubs grow up to 8 m.  In autumn, Acers have a stunning display of foliage before the leaves fall.  Flowers appear in late winter/early spring.  Beautiful ornamental garden plants and popular as bonsai plants, Maples also have a number of other uses:  source of syrup (most commonly from Acer saccharum); timber for sports equipment such as baseball bats, pool cues, bowling pins; tonewood timber for musical instruments such as guitars, violins and drums; pulpwood for paper and are also a major source of pollen in early spring for honeybees.


Acer buegerianum 1






Acer buergerianum $25.00/25 g





Acer campestre 1




Acer campestre $10.00/25 g






Acer negundo 1




Acer negundo $12.00/25 g, $315.00/kg




Acer platanoides 1



Acer platanoides $12.50/25 g





Acer pseudoplatanus 1




Acer pseudoplatanus $12.00/25 g






Tabebuia chrysanthaTabebuia chrysantha $65.00/1000 seeds

Common Name: Golden Trumpet Tree

Native to South America, grows 6 to 12 m tall. Large, fragrant, tubular, deep yellow flowers are produced in clusters in spring. Tolerates salt and wind, suitable to coastal plantings. An excellent shade tree for gardens and street plantings.





Ginkgo biloba $12.00/25 g, $129.00/kgGinkgo biloba 1

Common Name: Maidenhair Tree

Native to China and south Japan, growing 20 to 35 m tall with a conical canopy. Deciduous in autumn, the leaves turn yellow before falling. Resistant to wind and snow damage, suitable for large gardens and parks.



Nandina domestica 1Nandina domestica $25.00/1000 seeds

Common Name: Sacred Bamboo, Heavenly Bamboo

Native to eastern Asia from the Himalayas to Japan. Not a true bamboo, grows to 2 m. Deciduous in colder areas. New foliage is pink/red before turning green, old leaves turn red/purple before falling. In spring, white flowers appear in conical clusters, followed by bright red berries late autumn. Attracts bees and pollinating insects, used as a specimen plant or background/border/fence line plant.



Eucalyptus scoparia 1Eucalyptus scoparia $97.50/25 g

Common Name: Wallangarra White Gum

Naturally occurs in a small region on the Queensland / New South Wales border near Wallangarra. Grows up to 12 m with a broad spreading canopy and attractive grey/white bark. Tolerates dry, hot conditions. Used in street plantings, parks and large gardens. Conservation status is vulnerable.