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Elaeocarpus grandis $139.00/1000 seeds – upcoming collectionElaeocarpus grandis 1

Common Name: Blue Quandong

Native to Australia tropical and subtropical climates, growing to 35 m with a spreading canopy of dark green leaves on an upright trunk. Quick growing, reaching 5 to 6 m in a few years. Small white flowers appear March to June, followed by bright blue berries in spring. Fruits for jams and pickles are best used when slightly over-ripe. High in vitamin C. Bird attracting. Good for large gardens/acreage, parks.

 

 

Bolusanthus speciosus $17.00/25 g, $495.00/kg – upcoming fresh collectionBolusanthos speciosus 5 Tree

Common Name: Tree Wisteria

Native to South and East Africa, a fast growing small to medium tree to 6 m, weeping habit and deciduous in early spring. Hanging clusters of fragrant violet/blue flowers can cover the tree, appearing August to January. Prefers a sunny position, frost resistant but not drought tolerant. Uses including ornamental garden specimen, containers plantings on sunny verandahs, bonsai and street and park trees.

 

 

Cassia javanica $9.00/25 g, $135.00/kg – coming into stockCassia javanica 2

Common Name: Pink Shower Tree

Native to Southeast Asia. Spreading canopy on an upright trunk with masses of flowers appearing in spring, clusters of pale pink to crimson flowers with yellow stamens. Fast growing, prefers tropical climates. Used as an ornamental shade tree for gardens, parks and street plantings.

 

 

Sophora tetraptera $47.50/25 grams, $1575.00/kg – now in stockSophora tetraptera 1

Common Name: Large-leaved Kówhai

Native to New Zealands North Island. Grows 10 to 15 m tall with a spreading canopy of green/grey leaves, with occasional pendulous branches. Clusters of drooping yellow flowers appear September to December. Prefers full sun.

 

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Caesalpinia ferrea $13/25 g, $365/kg - upcoming collection Caesalpinia ferrea 2

Common Name: Leopard Tree

Native to Brazil and Bolivia. Grows 6 to 7 m tall with a canopy spread of 4 to 5 m. Yellow flower clusters appear through summer and autumn, followed by hard seed pods. The common name ‘Leopard Tree’ is reference to the smooth mottled grey bark. Timber is used in guitar making, flooring, furniture and hand gun grips. Widely used as a street tree and in open parks and gardens. Prefers full sun.

 

 

Alpinia caerulea Red Back $129/1000 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.

 

 

 

Archontophoenix cunninghamiana $37.50/1000 seeds - upcoming collectionArchontophoenix cunninghamiana 3

Common Name: Bangalow Palm

Native to Australia in subtropical and tropical climates. Grows 20 to 25 m tall. Evergreen fronds, hanging pannicles of purple flowers appear midsummer are followed by red berries that attract birds. Full sun to part shade.

 

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Adansonia digitata $13.00/25 g, $325.00/kgAdansonia digitata

Common Name: Monkey-bread Boabab

Native to Africa, typically found in the dry, hot sub-Saharan savannahs where their presence indicates a source of water. Grows 5 to 25 m high and the bottle-shaped trunk can grow 10 to 14 m diameter. Deciduous through winter, white, pendulous flowers appear early summer, 12 cm across, opening late afternoon and only staying open for one night. Specimens have been documented as old as 2450 years. A traditional food plant in Africa – fruit pulp is either eaten fresh or dissolved into a drink, leaves are made into relish or powdered for adding to cooking.

 

 

Adansonia gregorii $11.00/25 g, $290.00/kgAdansonia gregorii 1

Common Name: Boab

Native to Australia, occurs in the Kimberley region of Western Australia through to Northern Territory. Grows 9 to 12 m high with a bottle-shaped trunk that can reach about 5 m diameter. Deciduous in winter with new leaves and large white flowers appearing December to May. Living specimens exist that have been estimated to be 2000 years old.

 

 

Liriope gigantea $63.50/1000 seedsLiriope gigantea 2

Common Name:  Giant Liriope

An evergreen, clumping perennial with long strappy, dark green leaves to 60cm long.  Purple-mauve flowers appear late summer to autumn, followed by green berries that turn purple/black as they ripen.  Great for borders and as an understorey plant.

 

 

Radermachera sinica $12.00/1000 seedsRadermachera sinica 1

Common Name:  China Doll

Evergreen native to the subtropical mountains of China and Taiwan, growing up to 30 m tall and 1 m diameter.  Leaves are small, glossy and delicate looking, flowers are white and trumpet shaped.  Hardy plant once established and an excellent indoor container plant.

 

 

Adenium obesum $310.00/1000 seedsAdenium obesum 2

Common name: Desert Rose

Native to tropical and subtropical eastern and southern Africa. Evergreen, drought-deciduous, succulent shrub that grows 1 to 3 m. Flowers are generally pink or red with a white throat. A popular houseplant and bonsai specimen as well as container plantings outdoors. Prefers a sunny position in temperate climates, water as you would a cactus.

 

 

 

Dodonaea falcata $21.00/1000 seedsDodonaea falcata 1

Common Name:  Thread-leaf Hop Bush

Native to Australia, a small to medium shrub growing 1.5 to 2 m.  Fruits late in spring to summer are red/purple on female plants only.  Cut stems of fruits can be used in floral arrangements.  Used in revegetation and land rehabilitation as well as ornamental plantings.

 

 

 

 

 

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