Citrus glauca $9.00/25 g, $110.00/kg from upcoming fresh collection (as dried berries)

Citrus glauca 1 Fruit

Common Name: Desert Lime

Native to Australia. A thorny shrub/small tree growing to 12 m. Tolerates cold, heat, drought and salt situations. The thorns grown on low branches to prevent animal grazing. White flowers appear August, followed by fruit which ripens green to yellow, November to December. A highly sought after bushfood, used in marmalades and beverages. Good rainfall results in an abundance of fruit.




Elaeocarpus grandis 1Elaeocarpus grandis $139.00/1000 seeds from upcoming fresh collection

Common Name: Blue Quandong

Native to Australia, a subtropical rainforest tree growing 28 to 35 m. A large single trunk with buttress roots which are an attractive feature of this tree. Flowers appear March to June, bell shaped green/white in racemes along branches. Fruit are bright blue, 2 to 3 cm diameter, used in jams and pickles, and a source of vitamin C. Somewhat frost tolerant, prefers full sun. 




Syzygium luehmannii $33.50/1000 seeds from upcoming fresh collectionSyzygium luehmannii 1 Fruit

Common Name: Cherry Satinash, Riberry

Native to Australia. Medium sized tree up to 30 m. Small pink/red juvenile leaves mature to glossy green leaves. White/cream flowers November to December in pannicles followed by red berries December to February, containing a single seed, attractive to birds and flying foxes. Fruit is used as a bushfood eaten straight off the tree as well as cooked into jams and sauces. Ideal ornamental garden specimen or street tree planting.





Cajanus cajan 1Cajanus cajan $9.00/25 g, $135.00/kg available now

Common Name: Pigeon Pea

Native to India, widely cultivated in tropical and subtropical Queensland and New South Wales. Shrub to small tree growing 1 to 4 m, an annual or short-lived perennial with a deep taproot. A drought resistant nitrogen-fixing legume, up to 90 kg nitrogen per hectare. Uses include food crop (dried peas, flour, green peas), green manure crop, livestock feed and forage interplanted with grasses.



Myoporum montanum $290.00/kg (as dried berries)Myoporum montanum 1

Common Name: Western Boobialla

Native to Australia, New Guinea and Timor. A shrub / small tree growing to 8 m in a wide variety of ecosystems and soil types. The leaves of this plant vary in shape depending on growing region but typically are thin, linear, tapered and glabrous. Small, sweet scented flowers appear winter and summer, followed by pink/light purple fruit. The fruit are a food source for birds including emus. Hardy in cultivation and drought tolerant.




Acacia cincinnata 1Acacia cincinatta $22.00/25 g, $695.00/kg

Common Name: Daintree Wattle

We advise of probable availability of rarely available, highly desirable tropical Acacia and would appreciate your enquiries and orders for potential supply from upcoming collection.

Native to Queensland, an evergreen tree growing to 10 to 25 m tall. White / pale yellow flowers are lightly scented. Uses include agroforestry such as shade for crops, support for climbing crops and nitrogen-fixation for improving degraded soils. The hard, closed-grain timber is used in cabinetry and turning. Prefers light, sandy soils in sunny position. Wind resistant but does not tolerate frost. Regrows well after coppicing.




Available from fresh collection December/January! Pre-orders are welcome. Kg price applies to orders 250 g and over. Prices subject to crop, exc gst and postage.


Albrizia julibrissim 1Albizia julibrissin $9.00/25 g, $165.00/kg

Common Name: Persian Silk Tree

Native to southwestern and eastern Asia.

Small deciduous tree growing 5 to 15 m with a broad, horizontal canopy of arching branches.

Leaves are bipinnate. Flowers appear in summer in dense inflorescences with tight clusters of white or pink/white stamens.

Used as an ornamental garden or park specimen. Tolerates low water and grows well in full sun in hot climates.


Ficus coronata 1Ficus coronata $43.50/1000 seeds

Common Name: Sandpaper Fig

Native to coastal Australia from Mackay, Queensland to Mallacoota, Victoria.

A small tree growing 6 to 12 m high and spreading 3 to 5 m.

Juvenile leaves are hairy, adult leaves have a sandpaper like texture on the upper side.

Fruit is edible and attracts birds. Suitable for shady gardens or indoor containers.


Cupaniopsis anacardiodes1Cupaniopsis anacardioides $10.00/25 g, $210.00/kg

Common Name: Tuckeroo

Native to eastern and northern Australia.

Grows up to 10 m.

Green/white flowers appear May to July followed by orange, bird-attracting fruit that contains the glossy seeds.

Suitable as an ornamental garden or street planting tree. Salt tolerant.



Dypsis lutescens 7Dypsis lutescens $37.50/1000 seeds – available January/February 2019 from fresh collection

Common Name: Golden Cane Palm

Native to Madagascar and South India

Grows 6 to 12 m, multi-trunked, 2 to 3 m arched leaves

Tropical and subtropical ornamental garden plant and indoor container plant

Easy to grow, full sun to part shade




Eucalyptus pulverulenta 1Eucalyptus pulverulenta pure seed POA – from fresh collection

Common Name: Silver Leaved Mountain Gum

Shrub / small tree

Retains silver-grey, rounded juvenile leaves, rarely produces adult leaves

Creamy flowers May to November

Rare in nature, only two small populations exist in the Blue Mountains and Southern Tablelands

Beautiful cut foliage in floral arrangements



Zantedeschia aethiopica 1Zantedeschia aethiopica $139.00/1000 seeds – from fresh collection

Common Name: Arum Lily

Native to Africa, South Africa and Swaziland

Preferred habitat is streams, ponds and waterway banks

Grows up to 1 m

Broad, dark green leaves with pure white flowers spring to autumn with a yellow spadix that produces a sweet fragrance

Cultivated ornamental garden and container plant

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