Livistona australis 1Livistona australis $52.50/1000 seeds

Common Name: Cabbage Tree Palm

A tall, slender palm growing to 25 m with a 0.35 m diameter trunk. Endemic to coastal north Queensland, New South Wales and south east Victoria. Grows best in moist, organically rich soils in sheltered, light shade situations. Tolerant of salt, frost and wind, is an excellent coastal ornamental plant. A traditional source of food and fibre, colonial peoples used the fibres to make cabbage tree hats.






Livistona chinensis 1Livistona chinensis $52.50/1000 seeds

Common Name: Chinese Fan Palm

A subtropical palm of south east Asia, native to southern Japan. Grows 9 to 15 m tall, canopy about 4 m diameter and a slender 0.3 m diameter trunk. An ornamental tropical and subtropical palm preferring light shade/sunny, moist position. Leaves are used to make fans in China, as well as hats, brooms and raincoats.






Leptospermum polygalifolium 1Leptospermum polygalifolium $9.00/25 g, $215/kg

Endemic to east coast from Cape York, Queensland to the south coast of New South Wales. In its natural environment it stabilizes river banks and tolerates floods. As an ornamental garden specimen, it is useful as hedges and screens, growing to 4 m high and up to 3 m spread. Small green leaves and profuse white flowers from spring to early summer can be used in floral arrangements.

Liriope muscari $139.50/1000 seedsLiriope muscari

Common Name: Lilyturf

An evergreen perennial growing up to 60 cm tall and 45 cm wide with strappy green leaves and upright stems of purple flowers which contain a single seed. Grows well in most climates of Australia but not so well in tropical climates. Easy to grow, drought tolerant, low maintenance, Liriope muscari is suitable as a groundcover or lawn substitute, understorey plantings in shade areas, borders and edging and container plantings. Cut back old leaves in winter for new spring growth.




Leptospermum juniperinum 1Leptospermum juniperinum $10.00/25 g, $249.00/kg

Common Name: Prickly Tea Tree

Native to Queensland and New South Wales, this shrub grows 2 to 3 m tall. Frost and snow hardy, suitable to poorly drained soils and dry soils, naturally occurring in coastal swamps and sandy peat soils. Butterfly attracting white flowers appear in masses spring and summer. Uses include ornamental plantings, street plantings and hedges. Responds well to pruning.





Sequioadendron giganteum $129.00/25 gSequoiadendron giganteum 1

Common Name: Giant Sequoia

Although cultivated in many countries around the world, Sequoiadendron giganteum occurs naturally only in small groves on the western slopes of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range in California. Prefers a humid climate but dry summers and snowy winters. The world’s largest single tree, growing to an average height of 50 to 85 m with a 6 to 8 m diameter, the tallest specimen recorded was 94.8 m. One of the oldest living things on Earth, the oldest specimen recorded (by ring count) was approximately 3500 years old.

Saraca indica 1Saraca indica $9.00/25 g, $189.00/kg

Common Name: Ashoka Tree, Jonesia Tree

Small, erect evergreen tree with a compact habit up to 10 m tall, native to India. Profusions of orange/red/yellow flowers January to February in clusters, more fragrant in the evening, are followed by pods of purple fruits. A hardy ornamental used for street plantings.



Passiflora edulis 1Passiflora edulis $30.00/25 g, $950.00/kg

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.


Arthropodium cirratumArthropodium cirratum Matapouri Bay $89.50/1000 seeds 

Common Name: New Zealand Rock Lily, Renga 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.



Genista monosperma 1Genista monosperma $14.00/25 g, $380/kg

syn Retama monosperma

Common Name: Bridal Veil Broom

An evergreen shrub/small tree growing to 4 m high and spreading to 3 m with a weeping habit. Masses of fragrant white flowers appear in spring. Prefers full sun/part shade and is frost tolerant.


Eucalyptys smithii 1Eucalyptus smithii $45.00/25 g, $1595.00/kg

Common Name: Blackbutt Peppermint

Native to Victoria and New South Wales. Grows to 45 m or a mallee to 5 m. The leaves are a source of Eucalyptus oil. Named after Henry George Smith, a chemist known for his pioneering work on essential oils of Eucalyptus species and other Australian flora.






Eucalyptus saligna 1Eucalyptus saligna $22.00/25 g, $770/kg

Common Name: Sydney Blue Gum

Coastal New South Wales and Qld from Sydney to Maryborough, growing 30 to 55 m. Used as a plantation timber, the trunks grow straight and tall with smooth, pale grey/white bark. White flowers appear December to February. Trees have been known to live over 200 years.





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Murraya exotica flowersMurraya exotica $62.50 / 1000 seeds

Common Name: Mock Orange

An evergreen shrub to 3 m with small glossy leaves. Native to south-east Asia and China, prefers sun or part shade and tolerates coastal conditions and moderate drought. Heavily scented white flowers in spring and summer attract bees, followed by small red berries which attract birds. Used as an ornamental garden plant or hedge.




Punica granatum 1Punica granatum $11.00/25 g, $225/kg

Common Name: Pomegranate

A fruiting shrub native to India and Iran growing to 4 m. Hardy ornamental suited to most soil types and used as feature plants, hedging, container plants and bonsai specimens. Large flowers are followed by hard skinned round fruit containing translucent red arils. The flesh is sweet/tart surrounding edible seeds. The fruit stores well in cool/dry storage and continues to sweeten.




Rhoeo discolor 1Rhoeo discolor $120/1000 seeds

Common Name: Moses in the Cradle

Growing up to 30 cm in a clumping habit, in rosettes of green leaves with contrasting purple underside. White flowers appear throughout the year. Tolerates dry conditions, is very hardy and low maintenance. Used as a groundcover, edging and pot plant.



Schefflera arboricola

Schefflera arboricola $25/1000 seeds

Common Name: Dwarf Umbrella Tree

An evergreen tropical tree growing to 2 m, native to eastern Asia with glossy green leaves. Hardy and low maintenance, preferring well-lit but indirect sun light. Long panicles of white/green flowers are followed by berries that are purple when ripe. Ideal bonsai or houseplant.



Nandina domestica 1Nandina domestica $25/1000 seeds

Common Name: Heavenly Bamboo, Sacred Bamboo

Native to eastern Asia, the Himalayas and Japan, despite the name, is not a bamboo. An erect, evergreen shrub growing to 2 m tall, spreading 1.5 m, sometimes deciduous in colder climates. New foliage in spring is pink/red turning to green while older leaves turn red/purple before falling. Clusters of white flowers appear in early summer followed by bright red berries. Hardy, low maintenance shrub and popular landscape specimen.