2017 Species List Shire of Kalamunda – Community Group Revegetation Program



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2017 Species List
Shire of Kalamunda – Community Group Revegetation Program kalamunda_logocmyk(100x70) - colour cropped




Friends Group Order Form (*All final plant orders subject to plant availability from the nursery)
Name of Friends Group: ____________________________________________


Genus

Species

Common Name

Plant

Type


Height

(m)


Dieback

Resistance?*



Notes

QTY

Acacia

drummondii

Drummond’s Wattle

Low Shrub

0.3 - 1

Resistant

Shrub, flowers yellow, Jun – Oct. Grows in sandy or lateritic soils.




Acacia

pulchella

Prickly Moses

Low Shrub

0.3 - 3

Resistant

Versatile shrub, very prickly, great for closing tracks or protecting areas from pedestrians. Flowers yellow, May – Dec. Grows on a variety of soils and habitats across the region. Dieback resistant.




Allocasuarina

fraseriana

Sheoak

Tree

5 - 15

Susceptible

Fibrous reddish-brown bark. Flowers brown, May to Oct. Grows on lateritic soils, white, grey or yellow sand. Found in Jarrah forest and on sand dunes




Allocasuarina

humilis

Dwarf Sheoak

shrub

0.2 – 2

Resistant/ Susceptible

Erect or spreading shrub. Sand, often over laterite, sandy clay, gravel




Anigozanthos

humilis

Catspaw

Herb

0.2 - 2

Not confirmed

Rhizomatous, perennial, herb. Flowers yellow, red, orange, Jul–Oct. Grows in all soils. Full sun or partial shade.




Anigozanthos

manglesii

Mangle's Kangaroo Paw

Herb

0.2 - 1.1

Resistant

Rhizomatous, perennial, herb, 0.2–1.1 m high. Attractive red and green flowers, Aug–Nov. Grows on sandy or loamy soils.




Banksia

attenuata

Slender Banksia

Tree

0.4 - 10

Susceptible

Lignotuberous tree or shrub, 0.4–10 m high, with epicormic buds. Flowers yellow, Oct–Feb. Used by Carnaby's Black Cockatoo for feeding. Prefers loamy or sandy, well-drained soils; full sun to partial shade. Note: Do not fertilise with Phosphorous fertilisers.




Banksia

grandis

Bull Banksia

Tree

6.0

Susceptible

Medium tree to 10 m high, with epicormic buds. Flowers yellow, green, Sep–Jan. Grows on white or grey sand, laterite - prefers well-drained soils. Full sun to partial shade. Used by Carnaby's Black Cockatoo for feeding. Note: Do not fertilise with Phosphorous fertilisers.




Banksia

nivea

Honeypot Couch

Small Shrub

0.15 - 1.5

Not confirmed

Flowers cream-yellow-orange-pink centre with a red-brown outer. Apr – Nov. Requires sandy soils, gravel, laterite and granite




Billardiera

fusiformis

Australian Bluebell

Small shrub/climber

1.5

Not confirmed

Shrub with twining stems. Will climb if support is available. Small blue flowers hanging downwards Nov – Dec or Jan – Feb. Bean like pods. Suits forest, woodland and creeklines.




Bossiaea

eriocarpa

Common Brown Pea

Small Shrub

0.2 - 1

Susceptible

Erect or straggly & spreading shrub, 0.2–1 m high. Flowers yellow, brown, red, Jul–Nov. Grows well on sandy soils.




Callistemon

phoeniceus

Fiery Bottlebrush

Tall Shrub

1 - 6

Not confirmed

Tall to small tree or shrub, 1–6 m high. Flowers red, Sep–Jan. Sandy soils, laterite. Often found along watercourses.




Calothamnus

quadrifidus

One Sided Bottlebrush

Medium Shrub

1.5

Resistant

Erect, compact or spreading shrub, 0.9–2 m high. Flowers red, Jun–Dec. Grows in a wide variety of soils & habitats. Attracts birds.




Calothamnus

rupestris

Mouse Ears

Medium Shrub

3.0

Not confirmed

Erect, compact or spreading shrub or tree (occasionally), 0.9–4 m high. Flowers pink, red, Jul–Dec. Grows on most soils. Hardy. Attracts birds.




Calothamnus

sanguineus

Silky-leaved Blood flower /
Pindak


Medium Shrub

0.2 - 2

Resistant

Erect to open spreading shrub, 0.2–2 m high. Flowers red, Mar–Nov. Sandy or lateritic soils. Sandplains, limestone ridges, rocky outcrops.




Carex

appressa

Tall Sedge

Sedge

0.5 – 2m

Not confirmed

Rhizomatous, tufted grass-like perennial. Suits sandy soils in swampy areas and along water courses.




Chorizema

dicksonii

Yellow eyed flame pea

Low shrub

0.5 – 0.75

Not confirmed

Grows in sandy, gravelly soils, full sun or part shade




Chorizema

ilicifolium

Holly Flame Pea

Low Shrub

1.0

Not confirmed

Slender, erect to spreading shrub, 0.1–0.35 m high. Attractive flowers yellow, orange, red, Jul–Oct. Likes sandy soils. Hardy.




Conostylis

candicans

Grey Cottonhead

Herb

0.05 - 0.4

Not confirmed

Rhizomatous, perennial, grass-like or herb, 0.05–0.4 m high. Attractive cone-shaped yellow flowers, Jul–Nov. Greyish foliage. Grows on sand, sandy loam, limestone. Tolerates wind, full sun.




Conostylis

setosa

White Cottonhead

grass-like or herb

0.15-0.3 m

Resistant

Rhizomatous, tufted perennial, grass-like or herb, 0.15-0.3 m high. Fl. white/pink-red-brown/purple, Sep to Nov. Laterite, gravel.





Corymbia

calophylla

Marri

Tree

To 40

Resistant

Tree to 40 m high. Bark rough, tessellated. Flowers white, pink, Dec–May. Grows on most soils, whether well or poorly drained. High priority plant for Carnaby's Black Cockatoo as is used for feeding, nesting and roosting.




Darwinia

citriodora

Lemon scented Darwinia

Low Shrub

0.2 – 1.5

Resistant

Unusual yellow/green – red flowers. A dense shrub which forms good habitat for small birds and bandicoots. Grows on lateritic soils.




Daviesia

cordata

Bookleaf

Low Shrub

1.2

Not confirmed

Erect, slender shrub, 0.5–2 m high. Ornamental with interesting foliage. Flowers yellow, orange, red, brown, Jul–Jan. Grows on lateritic or granitic soils, on undulating plains, hills, ridges.




Eucalyptus

wandoo

Wandoo

Tree

3-25 m

Resistant

Tree, 3-25 m high, bark smooth, powdery or non-powdery. Fl. white-cream, Dec or Jan to May. Sandy loam, clay loam, gravel, laterite, granite. Stony rises, undulating terrain




Gompholobium

tomentosum

Hairy Yellow Pea

Low Shrub

0.5

Resistant

Erect shrub, 0.3–1 m high. Flowers yellow, Jul–Jan. Grows on sand, sandy clay, lateritic sand.




Gompholobium

knightianum




erect shrub

0.1-0.5 m

Not confirmed

Slender, erect shrub, 0.1-0.5 m high. Fl. pink-purple, Jul to Dec. Often on lateritic soils




Grevillea

bipinnatifida

Fuchsia Grevillea

Medium shrub

0.3 - 2

Not confirmed

Spreading lignotuberous shrub with large red flowers. Grows on a range of soil types.




Grevillea

synapheae

Catkin Grevillea



Prostrate to erect shrub

0.2-0.6(-1.1) m

Resistant

Prostrate to erect, lignotuberous shrub, 0.2-0.6(-1.1) m high. Fl. white-cream-yellow, Jul to Oct. Sand, gravel, loam, laterite, granite. At or near the top of rises, low heathland.




Grevillea

wilsonii

Native Fuchsia

Medium shrub

0.8 – 1.5

Not confirmed

Erect, compact to spreading shrub with bird attracting bright red flowers.




Hakea

trifurcata

Two Leaf Hakea

Medium Shrub

1.5 – 3

Not confirmed

Rounded or open shrub. Flowers white – cream/pink, Apr–Oct. Grows in a variety of soils from sand to gravel. Attractive to birds and butterflies.




Hakea

undulata

Wavy Leafed Hakea

Medium shrub

1 - 2

Not confirmed

Flowers cream from July to Oct. Generally a successful revegetation species and a good natural coloniser. Provides nectar for small birds and seed for cockatoos.




Hardenbergia

comptoniana

Native Wisteria

Climber

Climbs 2 - 4

Resistant

Twining shrub or climber. Flowers purple, white, Jul–Oct. Vigorous climber, prefers sand or gravel.




Hemiandra

pungens

Snake Bush

Ground Cover

0.1

Resistant

Prostrate to ascending shrub, 0.05–1 m high. Mauve flowers Jan–Dec, dark reddish-green leaves. Grows in most soils including on rock outcrops.




Hovea

trisperma

Common Hovea



weak to ascending shrub

0.1-0.7 m

Resistant

Straggling, weak to ascending shrub, 0.1-0.7 m high. Fl. purple-blue, May to Nov. Sandy soils, laterite, gravel, clay loam.





Hypocalymma

angustifolium

White Myrtle

Low Shrub

To 1.5

Resistant

Erect, multi-stemmed shrub, to 1.5 m high. Flowers white, cream, pink, Jun–Oct. Narrow leaves. Grows on sand, peaty soils, sandy clay, and sandstone. Found in swamps, along watercourses, near permanent fresh-water springs, outcrops, hillsides.




Hypocalymma

robustum

Swan River Myrtle

Low Shrub

0.7

Susceptible

Erect shrub, 0.4–1 m high. Flowers pink, red, Jun–Nov. Grows on gravelly lateritic soils, sandy soils; preferably well drained.




Isopogon

dubius

Pincushion Cone Flower

Low Shrub

0.8

Not confirmed

Compact, bushy shrub, 0.3–1.5 m high. Flowers pink, red, Jul–Oct. Sand, sandy loam, clayey soils, lateritic sandy gravel. Very ornamental, specimen plant.




Jacksonia

sternbergiana

Stinkwood

weeping shrub or tree

1.5-5 m high

Susceptible

Erect, weeping shrub or tree, 1.5-5 m high. Fl. yellow-orange, Jan to Dec. Sandy soils. Along rivers & creeks, near swamps, flats, dunes.





Juncus

pallidus

Pale rush

Herb

0.5 – 2m

Not confirmed

Rhizomatous perennial, Green flowers, Oct – Dec. Grows in clay, swamps and watercourses.




Juncus

subsecundus

Finger rush

Herb

0.3 – 1m

Not confirmed

Tussock perennial, Flowers in Oct – Dec or Jan. Grows in Clay and swamps




Juncus

kraussii

Sea Rush



herb

0.3-1.2 m

Not confirmed

Rhizomatous, perennial, herb, 0.3-1.2 m high. Fl. brown/red, Oct to Dec or Jan. White or grey sand, clay, alluvium. Swamps, brackish estuaries, saline flats.





Kennedia

coccinea

Coral Vine

Ground Cover

0.1

Resistant

Twining or trailing shrub or climber. Coral pink pea flowers in dense heads, Aug–Nov. Fairly hardy, likes sandy soils.




Kennedia

prostrata

Running Postman

Ground Cover

0.1

Resistant

Prostrate or twining shrub. Named for its bright red flowers, Apr–Nov. Attractive foliage. Likes sandy, gravelly soils.




Kunzea

ericifolia

Spearwood

Shrub




Resistant/ Susceptible

An erect shrub that forms a good screen. Seasonally wet or moist situations.




Kunzea

recurva

(No common name)

Medium Shrub

0.3 - 2

Not confirmed

Erect or ascending shrub, 0.3–2 m high. Flowers pink, purple, Aug–Dec. Grows in a variety of soils. Can be pruned as a low screen plant. Attracts butterflies and birds.




Lechenaultia

biloba

Blue Lechenaultia

Low Shrub

0.2

Resistant

Diffuse, ascending, hardy shrub, 0.2–1 m high, with distinctive large corolla wings. Flowers blue, Jul–Dec. Prefers lateritic or granitic soils including hills, outcrops, and flats. Grows in full sun or partial shade.




Macrozamia

riedlei

Zamia

Tree (cycad)

0.5 - 3

Susceptible

Small, usually trunkless with few glossy leaves. Grows on lateritic soils.




Melaleuca

fulgens

Scarlet Honeymyrtle

Medium Shrub

0.4 - 3




Shrub, 0.4–3 m high. Flowers red, pink, white, Jul–Dec. Grows in light clay to sandy soils. Prefers a moist, well drained site.




Melaleuca

incana

Grey Honeymyrtle

Medium Shrub

2.0 – 3.0

Not confirmed

Shrub 2-3m high. Weeping growth habit. Flowers cream or white, occurring in small, bottlebrush shaped spikes in spring. Very hardy shrub in most soils and aspects, prefers full sun.




Melaleuca

radula

Graceful Honeymyrtle

Medium Shrub

0.3 – 2.4

Not confirmed

Shrub, 0.3–2.4 m high. Flowers pink, purple, white, Jul–Nov. Sandy, often gravelly soils over granite or laterite. Associated with granite rocks or watercourses. Lovely small feature plant which may be pruned for a low screen. Attracts birds.




Melaleuca

rhaphiophylla

Swamp Paperbark

Tree

0.2-10 m

Not confirmed

Tree or shrub, 0.2-10 m high. Fl. white-cream, Jul or Sep to Dec or Jan. White or grey sand, clay soils, limestone. Saltmarshes, swamps, along watercourses.




Melaleuca

scabra

Rough Honeymyrtle

Medium Shrub

0.2 – 1.5

Susceptible

Shrub, 0.2–1.5 m high. Flowers mauve Sept–Dec. Grows in most soils. Good rockery plant. Full sun or partial shade.




Melaleuca

seriata

(No common name)

Low Shrub

0.25 - 1

Resistant

Shrub, 0.25–1 m high. Flowers pink, purple, red, Aug–Dec. Grows in sand over laterite or clay, clay loam. Found on ridges, sandplains, in Winter wet depressions.




Orthrosanthus

laxus

Morning Iris

Herb

0.5

Resistant

Rhizomatous, perennial, herb, 0.15–0.55 m high. Flowers blue, Aug–Nov. Likes light to medium, moist soils in a protected, sunny position. Can be propagated by division. A lovely tufted plant for rockeries and borders.




Paraserianthes

lophantha

Albizia

Tree

4 - 8

Resistant

Shrub or small tree to 10 m high. Attractive bipinnate foliage. Flowers yellow, green, Apr–Oct. Grows in sandy or granitic soils, tolerating poor soils. Very fast growing, makes good cover for other species.




Patersonia

occidentalis

Purple Flag

Herb

0.5

Susceptible

Rhizomatous, tufted perennial, herb, to 1.5 m high. Flowers purple, Summer. Hardy and easy to grow in most soils. Great for rockeries.




Philotheca

Spicata

Pepper and Salt

erect shrub

0.2-0.6 (-1.2) m

Not confirmed

Slender, erect shrub, 0.2-0.6(-1.2) m high. Fl. pink-purple-blue/white, Jun to Nov. Variety of soils.





Trymalium

odoratissimum

Soap Bush

Large shrub

1 - 3

Not confirmed

A great coloniser and revegetation plant, particularly along creeklines. Masses of small white flowers in early spring.




Verticordia

densiflora

Compact feather flower

Medium Shrub

0.25 - 2

Not confirmed

Abundant dry purple - pink to cream – white flowers Sept – Feb. Suits winter wet sites.




Verticordia

plumosa

Plumed Featherflower

Low Shrub

0.2 – 1.5

Not confirmed

Rounded shrub, 0.2–1.5 m high. Flowers pink, purple, white, Jul–Feb. Grows in sandy or clayey soils, gravel, granite.






* * * Please feel free to request additional species not listed on this table, if you feel there is a need for them at your reserve * * * *
* - Dieback Resistance and/or Susceptibility has been determined from the Dieback Working Group publications (E. Groves, G. Hardy & J. Morcombe, Murdoch University)
Please consider the Dieback status of your Reserve when selecting native species for the Community Revegetation Program. Dieback susceptible species are best planted in dieback free areas, or those areas of bushland which have been treated with Phosphite.
If you are unsure of the dieback status of your reserve, please contact the Environmental Friends Group Officer to discuss.

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