Clivia miniata Belgium Hybrids - order now for upcoming collections!


Clivia darkredDark Red $635/1000 seeds            

Clivia orangeOrange $635/1000 seeds

Clivia yellowYellow $635/1000 seeds

Clivia peachPeach $635/1000 seeds

Clivia very broadleafExtra Broad Leaf $795/1000 seeds

Clivia variegataVariegata $997.50/1000 





Allamanda neriifolia $179.00/1000 seeds

Common Name: Bush Allamanda

Native to Brazil, Allamanda neriifolia is an evergreen, ornamental shrub growing 1.5 to 3 m tall with a spread of about 2 m. Fast growing in full sun or partial shade in the garden or pots/tubs. Large yellow flowers appear all year, most predominantly in spring, followed by spiny fruit pods in summer.


Lagerstroemia indica $12.00/25 g (Pink and White Mix)

Common Name: Crepe Myrtle

Native throughout Asia from Japan to India, Lagerstroemia indica is a deciduous tree growing to 6 m tall. A showy ornamental garden specimen that sheds its bark after summer, revealing a smooth and attractively mottled trunk. Flowers appear mid to late summer. Lagerstroemia indica prefers full sun, is frost tolerant and drought hardy once established. Grows in most soil conditions.


Caesalpinia pulcherrima $13.00/25 g, $249.00/kg

Common Name: Dwarf Poinciana

Caesalpinia pulcherrima is endemic to the tropics and subtropics of the Americas. A shrub growing to 3 m, it is sensitive to cold but will regrow mid to late spring, preferring warm climates with mild winters. Flowers throughout the year are red/yellow/orange and attract butterflies. Caesalpinia pulcherrima makes a striking ornamental garden specimen as a feature plant or hedge planting.

Caesalpinia pulcherrima 2 Flowers








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Bismarckia nobilis 1

Bismarckia nobilis $575.00/1000 sds

Common Name: Madagascar Palm

In it natural habitat in Madagascar, Bismarckia nobilis will grow to 25 m but typically grows to 12 m high in cultivation (and just as wide). Wide spreading leaves are silver-blue growing from a single trunk. Suitable for large gardens with room to spread, full sun, well-drained soil in tropical and subtropical climates.




Caryota mitis 1Caryota mitis $120.00/1000 sds

Common Name: Fishtail Palm

Native to India and south east Asia, Caryota mitis is a clustering palm growing to 8 m. Prefers a shaded, well-drained position in tropical and subtropical climates. Also suitable for indoor containers.





Sophora tomentosa 1Sophora tomentosa $9.00/25 g, $179.00/kg

Common Name: Necklacepod, Silver Bush

Shrub/small tree growing 5 to 7 m in coastal dunes. Endemic to Northern Territory, Cape York and from north east Queensland down to north east New South Wales. A pioneer species and nectar plant for bees and butterflies.



Davidia involucrata 1

Davidia involucrata $29.00/25 g

Common Name: Handkerchief Tree

Native to China, Davidia involucrata is a deciduous tree growing 20 to 25 m. Best known for the flowers, each flower head is 12 to 25 cm and pure white, hanging in long rows beneath the horizontal branches, best in late May.



Strelitzia nicolai 2 FlowerStrelitzia nicolai $95.00/1000 sds

Common Name:  Giant White Bird of Paradise

An interesting landscaping plant in frost-free, tropical to sub-tropical gardens, Strelitzia nicolai grows to 10 m tall and 4 m wide.  Large banana-like leaves grow in a fan-like arrangement.  A great indoor pot plant.



Agapanthus praecox Baby Blue 1Agapanthus praecox Baby Blue $62.50/1000 sds

Native to South Africa but naturalized in the Mediteranean climates of many countries, Baby Blue grows up to 1 m tall, flowering December to February. An ideal border planting specimen and group plantings in mixed gardens.