Brachychiton australis $12.00/25 g, $295.00/kg from upcoming fresh harvestBrachychiton 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.


Bauhinia carronii syn Lysiphyllum carronii $12.00/25 g, $372.00/kg from upcoming fresh harvestBauhinia carronii 1

Common Name: Queensland Ebony

Native to Queensland subtropical and tropical regions. Multi-trunked, growing to 10 m, evergreen but can be briefly deciduous in very dry conditions. Prefers a sunny, well-drained position in moisture-retentive soils. A good shade and fodder tree for stock. The timber in cross-section is pale around the outer with a dark centre, used in wood turning and cabinetry.


Passiflora edulis $30.00/25 g, $950.00/kg from upcoming fresh harvestPassiflora edulis 2

Common Name: Passionfruit

Native to Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina, Passiflora edulis is a vigorous, long-lived, perennial vine with glossy, green leaves and coiling tendrils that support its climbing habit. Passiflora edulis is frost tender and can die off in winter but will regrow in spring. The striking flowers, appearing November through January, are 5 to 7 cm diameter. Passiflora edulis is cultivated for its fruit – sweet, yellow, juicy pulp with black seeds – delicious in many dishes including desserts, preserves and cocktails.


Passiflora mollissima $59.00/1000 seeds from upcoming fresh harvestPassiflora mollissima 1 Fruit

Common Name: Banana Passionfruit

Native to central Brazil, in its native habitat it can grow to the tree tops but in cultivation is more compact. A fast growing vine in subtropical and warm-temperate regions. Pink flowers are followed by oval, yellow fruit. The pulp and seeds are edible although considered not as sweet as Passiflora edulis. Prune in spring.

Germination Info: seeds may need pre-treatment before sowing: soak seeds 24 to 48 hours in warm water prior to planting; lightly scarify with sand paper to permeate the hard seed coat.


Gahnia aspera $9.00/25 g, $179.00/kg available soon from fresh harvestGahnia aspera 4

Common Name: Rough Saw Sedge

Endemic to eastern Queensland and New South Wales. Tussock forming perennial with grass like leaves up to 1 m high. Prefers moist conditions in semi-shade/partial sun. Spikes of creamy flowers appear October to January followed by red/brown seeds. A shelter plant for small birds and host for butterfly caterpillars. Used in revegetation and garden plantings, hardy, drought tolerant once established.


Gahnia sieberiana $9.00/25 g, $189.00/kg available soon from fresh harvestGahnia sieberiana 4

Common Name: Red-Fruit Saw Sedge

Endemic to eastern Australia from Tasmania to northern Queensland. Forms large tussocks 1.5 to 2 m diameter. Stems of black flowers up to 3m tall appear spring/summer, followed by red/brown seeds. Hardy in most soils but prefers moist ground in clay or sandy soils. The flower spikes are used in floral arrangements either fresh or dried. A host for butterfly caterpillars. Used in revegetation and garden plantings.

Acacia baileyana purpurea $39.00/25 g, $1125.00/kg from upcoming fresh harvestAcacia baileyana purpurea 1

Common Name: Cootamundra Wattle

Native to south east New South Wales. A small tree with a short trunk and arching branches growing 5 to 8 m tall and 3 to 5 m wide. Foliage is silver-grey with purple juvenile foliage. Masses of yellow flowers appear June to August. Evergreen, prefers full sun, low maintenance, frost tolerant, drought resistant once established. Foliage and flowers make this an interesting colour specimen for gardens.

Bauhinia purpurea $10.00/25 g, $225.00/kgBauhinia purpurea 1

Common Name: Orchid Tree

An evergreen, subtropical to tropical climate small tree growing 4 to 10 m tall and to 2 m wide. Native to south east Asia and south China. Leaves are two lobed characteristic of Bauhinias. Large, fragrant, purple orchid-type flowers appear in autumn. Great ornamental garden tree as it is low maintenance and reasonably drought tolerant once established.


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Stenocarpus sinuatus $10.00/25 g, $220.00/kg from upcoming fresh harvest

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.


Mandevilla suaveolens $117.00/1000 seeds from upcoming April harvestMandevilla suaveolens 1

Common Name: Chilean Jasmine

Native western countries of South America. A vine/climber to 6 m with glossy green leaves, is deciduous in cooler climates. White flowers appear in masses in summer and are heavily fragrant, especially in the evening. Ideal for fences, pergolas and arches. Prune to shape after flowering. Not frost tolerant.

Metasequoia glyptostroboides $49.00/25 g from upcoming May harvestMetasequoia glyptostroboides 1

Common Name: Dawn Redwood

A deciduous, fast-growing conifer, growing 35 to 50 m, it is the sole species of the genus Metasequoia. First described from fossils 50 million years ago, living trees were discovered in south-central China in 1941, where it is now endangered from deforestation. Bark becomes deeply fissured and the base of the trunk flares as the tree matures. Tolerates wet soils. Monoecious. A popular ornamental park, large garden and street tree worldwide.

Diploglottis campbellii $260.00/1000 seeds from upcoming fresh harvestDiploglottis campbellii 1

Common Name: Small-leaved Tamarind

Native to northern New South Wales and southeast Queensland. A small, dense, rainforest tree growing 7 to 10 m. Rare and threatened in nature but widely cultivated and available in nurseries. Small creamy brown flower pannicles appear November to January. Orange coloured fruit ripen February to April are edible with a tangy pulp that is used in sauces, preserves, jellies and spreads, delicious consumed with cheeses and cold cuts. Prefers part shade, an excellent ornamental shade tree for all gardens.

Dietes iridioides $37.50/1000 seeds available in stockDietes iridioides 1 Flower

Common Name: Wild Iris, Butterfly Iris

Dietes iridioides is a compact, evergreen perennial. The attractive flowers on long stems only last one day. Like D. grandiflora, it is ideal as a border/edging plant as well as useful for erosion control on steep slopes. Drought and frost hardy.




Dietes grandiflora $27.50/1000 seeds from upcoming fresh harvestDietes grandiflora 2 Flower

Common Name: Large Wild Iris, Fairy Iris

Dietes grandiflora is a clumping, evergreen perennial with flowers that last several days. A drought and frost hardy plant, it is ideal for border/edging in low maintenance gardens, waterway banks and erosion control.




Alpinia caerulea Red Back $125.00/1000 seeds available in stockAlpinia 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.




Alpinia caerulea $125.00/1000 seeds available in stockAlpinia caerulea 2

Common Name: Native Ginger

Native to eastern Australia. An understorey clumping perennial growing to 3 m. A bush tucker plant/edible herb, the new leaf shoots and berries have a mild ginger flavour, eaten fresh or used in cooking. Fragrant white flowers appear throughout the year followed by blue fruit. Fast growing, prefers light to full shade and does well indoors, attracts bees, butterflies and other insects.




Aralia elegantissima $25.00/1000 seeds from upcoming fresh harvestAralia elegantissima 1

Common Name: False Aralia

Native to New Caledonia, an evergreen large shrub growing 2 to 3 m but more compact as a houseplant. Leaves are deeply serrated and textured with coppery tones. Prefers good light but not direct sun. Clusters of pale green flowers are followed by black fruit in autumn. Excellent indoor foliage plant.




Aralia sieboldii syn Fatsia japonica $18.00/1000 seeds from upcoming fresh harvestFatsia japonica

Common Name: Japanese Aralia

Native to Korea and Japan. Grows 1 to 3 m with deeply loped fan-like leaves. Prefers part to full shade. Clusters of small creamy-white flowers appear autumn to winter. An interesting indoor foliage specimen, also used as a hedge/screening plant and pool-scaping specimen.




Wodyetia bifurcata $235.00/1000 seeds available from fresh collectionWodyetia bifurcata 1

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.




Dypsis lutescens $37.50/1000 seeds from upcoming fresh harvestDypsis lutescens 7

Common Name: Areca Palm, Golden Cane Palm

Clumping trunks 6 to 12 m tall with leaves 2 to 3 m long. Prefers full sun/part shade. Pannicles of yellow flowers in summer are bird and insect attracting. Excellent ornamental garden plant used for screening or poolside and as an indoor container plant.




Phoenix canariensis $45/1000 seeds from upcoming fresh harvestPhoenix canariensis

Common Name: Canary Island Date Palm

Native to Canary Islands, usually grows 10 to 20 m but can reach up to 40 m. A single trunk palm with a dense dome of feathery, arching foliage. Grows best in Mediterranean and humid Subtropical climates, is slow growing and exclusively propagated by seed. Best suited to large gardens and parks. Related to Phoenix dactylifera, the true Date Palm.




Chamaerops humilis $149.00/1000 seeds from upcoming fresh harvestChamaerops humilis 1

Common Name: Dwarf Fan Palm

Native to the Mediterranean region such as the rocky coastal mountains of Morocco, Spain and France. Grows 3 to 6 m, spiny multi-trunked palm with fan-shaped leaves. Prefers full sun, well drained position, is slow growing.




Agapanthus orientalis White $17.00/1000 seedsAgapanthus orientalis Blue White

Agapanthus orientalis Blue $16.00/1000 seeds

Available in stock

Common Name: African Lily

Native to South Africa. Grows to 1 m high in a clumping habit of long, strappy green leaves about 1 m in length. Flower are arranged in clusters on stems in summer (November to February). Drought tolerant once established, hardy perennial, low maintenance. Used as background, border and mass plantings, also does well in pots and containers.


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Araucaria bidwillii $229.00/1000 seeds from upcoming fresh harvestAraucaria bidwillii foliage cones

Common Name: Bunya Pine

A large evergreen conifer native to south east Queensland. Grows 30 to 45 m and lives for hundreds of years. Large seed pods 20 to 35 cm diameter and weighing up to 10 kg fall to the ground intact before splitting open to reveal the edible seeds, the flavour of which has been likened to a chestnut. Hardy once established.


Araucaria cunninghamii $129.50/1000 seeds from upcoming fresh harvestAraucaria cunninghamii cones

Common Name: Hoop Pine

Native conifer to Queensland and New South Wales, growing to 60 m and living to about 450 years old. Cones are about 8 cm diameter and disintegrate at maturity, releasing the edible seeds. Produces high quality timber. Prefers sub-tropical climates.


Grevillea baileyana $55.00/1000 seeds, available from fresh harvestGrevillea 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.


Backhousia citriodora $25.00/25 g, $720/kg (orders 250g and over) from upcoming fresh harvestBackhousia citriodora 1

Common Name: Lemon Myrtle

Native to subtropical rainforests of central and south east Queensland. Can grow to 6 m but usually smaller with a dense canopy. Creamy white flower clusters appear summer to autumn. The source of lemon myrtle essential oil, leaves are also used fresh or as dried flakes in cooking and is a traditional bush food. Low maintenance, coastal and drought tolerant.


Athropodium cirrhatum Matapouri Bay $89.50/1000 seeds from upcoming fresh harvestArthropodium cirratum

Common Name: New Zealand Rock Lily, Renga Lily

An evergreen, hardy, clumping perennial with large green/blue leaves and pink/white star-shaped flowers in spring and summer. Drought tolerant and suitable for coastal conditions, an ideal specimen for lush tropical landscaping, mass plantings, understorey plantings and containers.


Angophora floribunda $25.00/25 g, $759.00/kg (orders 250 g and over) from upcoming fresh harvestAngophora floribunda 2

Common Name: Rough-barked Apple / Boondah

Native to the woodlands and forests of eastern Australia. Grows to 30 m and wide spreading. Cream/white flowers appear November to March. Bark sheds annually. Prefers a sunny well-drained but moisture retentive soil.