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Clivia miniata Yellow $635.00/1000 seedsClivia miniata Yellow 1

An exciting potential new product, we are seeking enquiries from customers. Limited quantity available. Please contact us with your requirements in order for us to compile an order with the collector.

Native to South Africa, growing 40 to 50 cm high and wide, clump forming perennial. Strap-like leaves are dark green. Yellow flowers occur during Winter/Spring. Used in mass plantings and borders, in full to part shade with morning sun and afternoon shade. Tolerates cold but not frost hardy, can tolerate short periods of drought.

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Murraya exotica syn paniculata $69.50/1000 seeds – upcoming fresh collectionMurraya exotica flowers

Common Name: Mock Orange, Orange Jessamine

A tropical evergreen ornamental plant native to South Asia. Grows to 7 m tall. Leaves are glossy deep green. White flowers appear throughout the year, are highly scented resembling an orange blossom. The fruit that follow are orange/red, small (about 10 mm long), resembling citrus fruit. Commonly used as a garden hedge.

 

 

Cyphomandra betacaea $43.50/25 g seeds – upcoming fresh collectionCyphomandra betaceae 6 Fruit

Common Name: Tamarillo

A small tree/shrub growing to 5 m. Native to South America but cultivated in many countries. Fast growing, bearing fruit in two years. Clusters of up to 50 pink/white flowers produce one to six fruits per cluster. Edible fruit are egg-shaped, 4 to 10 cm long, yellow/orange to red/purple. The yellow/orange fruit tend to be sweeter. Prefers subtropical climates and is frost tender. Can be grown as an indoor plant.

 

 

Buckinghamia celsissima $63.50/1000 seeds – available from fresh collectionBuckinghamii celcissima 1

Common Name: Ivory Curl Tree

Endemic to wet tropical rainforests of Queensland, grows to 30 m in natural habitat but only to 10 m in cultivation. Dense canopy of glossy, dark green leaves with a white underside. White flower spikes appear summer to autumn in drooping racemes that cover the tree. Bird and insect attracting, a popular street tree in Brisbane.

 

 

Tipuanu tipu $9.00/25 g, $225.00/kg – available from fresh collectionTipuana tipu 1 Flowers

Common Name: Pride of Bolivia

Deciduous tree growing to 30 m high with a canopy 20 m wide. Flowers are bright yellow, blooming briefly in late summer. Tolerates a wide range of growing conditions such as cold, salty and drought.

 

 

Schefflera arboricola $25.00/1000 seeds – available from fresh collectionSchefflera arboricola 1

Common Name: Dwarf Umbrella Tree

An evergreen plant native to Taiwan, growing 8 to 9 m tall. Panicles of green/yellow flowers up to 20 cm long are followed by green fruit that matures to orange then purple. Very hardy and good houseplant or bonsai. Keep moist but not wet. Outdoor plants should be protected from direct, hot sun.

 

Prices exclude gst and postage.  Kg price applies to orders 250 grams and over.  Subject to availability.

 

 

Ceratonia siliqua $10/25 g, $179/kg – available in stock Ceratonia siliqua 1

Common Name:  Carob Tree

Ceratonia siliqua is native to the Mediterranean region.  Grows up to 15 m, is deep rooted and adaptable to a variety of soil conditiions.  Trees are male or female with some occurence of bisexual trees.  Only female trees fruit.  With dense foliage, shiny green leaves and bronze new growth, it is ideal as an ornamental shade tree for gardens.  Flowers in summer followed by large pods.  Dried pods are ground to make carob powder, used as a substitute for chocolate.

 

Brachychiton rupestris $25/25 g, $875/kg – available in stock Brachychiton rupestris 1

Common Name: Queensland Bottle Tree

Native to Queensland, the characteristic bulbous trunk can grow up to 3.5 m in diameter and 10 to 25 m tall. Deciduous from September to December when creamy flowers appear, followed by seed pods November to May. Farmers and pastoralists use the native trees as shade and fodder for livestock. Adapts well to cultivation in a range of soil types, used as a street tree, in parks and large gardens as well as bonsai specimens. Prefers full sun and well-drained soil.

 

Harpullia pendula $159/1000 seeds – available in stockHarpullia pendula 1

Common Name: Tulipwood

A small to medium rainforest tree in tropical and subtropical climates, grows to 24 m in natural habitat but as a street tree only to 6 m. A popular ornamental with a compact canopy and timber is used in cabinetry and turning. Panicles of green/yellow flowers appear November to January followed by orange/yellow/red fruit containing two shiny black/brown seeds. Hardy, fast growing and non-invasive.

 

Delonix regia $55/1000 seeds – fresh harvested available in stock Delonix regia 1

Common Name: Poinciana

Native to Madagascar. Typically grows to 5 m but can reach 10 to 12 m. Foliage of light green fine leaves creates a shady canopy. Most notable for the showy floral display of red flower clusters that cover the tree throughout summer. Used as an ornamental garden / shade tree in tropical /subtropical climates and is a common street tree in Brisbane.

 

 

Prices exclude gst and postage.