(Common name order)
Standard Price: $10 each (incl. GST)
Grevilleas and Banksias: $12
Yellow Pots: $12
Red Pots: $15
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Very hardy, medium to large shrub with small leaves and very showy mass
of white flowers. Grow in full sun. (Pittosporaceae)
Melaleuca bracteata "Green
Tall shrub with bright green leaves. Good screen. Very hardy (form of
Medium sized shrub with clusters of fragrant white tubular flowers in late
Very rare tree from Cape York Peninsula. Very hardy. Brownish red new
growth and mass of white flowers. (Myrtaceae)
A low growing grevillea to 0.5m. Can grow very wide. It has beautiful long
golden toothbrush flowers that are very bird attracting. Likes a well-drained
position in full sun. (Proteaceae)
Large fast growing shrub. Masses of crimson flowers for most of the year.
Needs a well drained, sunny position. (Proteaceae)
Grevillea "Peaches & Cream"*
A small bushy shrub bearing an abundance of large yellow and pink flowers,
which attract honeyeaters. A cross between G. banksii and G. bipinnatifida.
Acid Drop Fruit
Hardy vine with perfumed flowers. Delicious fruit. Food plant of 4 Bar
Swordtail, Green Spotted Triangle and Pale Blue Triangle. (Annonaceae)
Acmena "Allyn Magic"*
Shrub or small tree with strong aniseed smell to crushed leaves. Attractive
white flowers. (Rutaceae)
Medium sized shrub. Strong aniseed smell to crushed leaves, which are
used as a bushfood spice, as well as a source of essential oil. Prune to
thicken up. Very hardy. (Myrtaceae)
Medium tree with beautiful large lobed juvenile leaves, racemes of
cream/white flowers, and blue fruit containing an edible nut. Superb foliage
plant. Requires a humid protected position. (Proteaceae)
Syzygium "Aussie Compact"
A small compact form of Syzygium australe. Excellent screen. (Myrtaceae)
A hardy shrub bearing masses of bright purple to pink pea flowers.
Adaptable and frost tolerant. Prune to thicken. Full sun or semi-shade.
Large shrub with beautiful apricot flowers from weeping branches. Must be
grown in the shade. Suitable for use as a tub plant. (Myrtaceae)
Used in traditional Indian medicine for over 3000 years and recent studies
suggest it may improve memory and learning. Eat fresh or dry and make tea.
Very easy to grow; best in damp conditions. (Scrophulariaceae)
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Medium to large tree with large glossy leaves. Very fast growing. Hardy.
Large white fruit. (Myrtaceae)
Prostrate ground-cover plant to about 20 cm high. Small spikes of
purple/mauve flowers. Very hardy. Best in full sun - grows naturally on sandy
Medium tree from southern Queensland with a neat crown. Good small
shade tree. Masses of white flowers. (Rutaceae)
Hardy large shrub to small tree with extremely beautiful bright red to purple
new growth. From Cape York Peninsula. A great screen. (Euphorbiaceae)
Small slender palm shaped tree with huge bright green compound leaves
and large, furry brown edible fruit. Decorative foliage. (Sapindaceae)
Clumping plant to 2m tall with upright architectural leaves and attractive
nectar filled flowers. Plant in full sun to semi-shade. (Strelitziaceae)
Classic 'birdnest' fern with a ring of undivided bright green fronds up to 70 cm
long. Grows on tree trunks in rainforest. (Aspleniaceae)
Medium spreading tree renowned for its lovely timber. Masses of yellow
flowers along the branches. Large decorative woody seed pods. Often slow
growing for first few years. Benefits from protection when young. (Fabaceae)
Black Olive Plum
Large shrub or small tree, naturally occurring in monsoon forest and drier
rainforest. Small white flowers followed by a black fleshy fruit. (Celastraceae)
Tree with large glossy leaves, bronze on the underside. Quite hardy.
Dense shrub with large heads of fluffy cream-white flowers. A very attractive
plant. Excellent in the garden or as a tub plant. (Myrtaceae)
Small clumping ornamental grass, forming dense bluey grey tufts. Bears
attractive wheat-like seed heads. Full sun. (Poaceae)
Small clumping plant with broad upright leaves. Blue flowers on long stalks.
Best in semi-shade. (Hemerocallidaceae)
Tropical clumping ginger like plant to 1.5m tall, bearing eye-catching purple
flower spikes over Summer and Autumn. Likes a moist, shady position.
Tall, fast growing rainforest tree with straight bole and tiered branches.
Edible blue fruit followed bell shaped flowers. Grown for hardwood timber.
Very hardy. (Elaeocarpaceae)
An open shrub with leaves like an umbrella tree, with large clusters of blue-
grey fruit. Great for shady spot or tub plant. (Araliaceae)
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Bushy small tree with white flowers, showy white fruit and pink/brown new
growth. Excellent screen plant. Hardy. (Myrtaceae)
An evergreen shrub with pink star shaped flowers appearing in early spring.
Prefers light, well drained soil in a protected position. Is drought resistant but
frost tender. (Rutaceae)
Bower of Beauty
Large fast growing vine with large pink flowers in bunches. (Bignoniaceae)
Fast, hardy very bushy tree. Excellent windbreak. Bright red new growth. Can
be pruned heavily into a shrub. Food plant of Australian Rustic Butterfly.
Excellent shade tree with spreading habit. Deciduous and quite hardy.
Suitable for beach plantings. (Combretaceae)
Medium to large shrub with large stiff dark green leaves and attractive white
perfumed flowers. (Rubiaceae)
Small hardy, bushy tree with small white flowers and black fruit which attracts
birds. Food plant of Blue Triangle Butterfly. (Lauraceae)
Fast growing tree with attractive lobed leaves. Large spikes of white flowers.
Fairly hardy. (Proteaceae)
Very attractive tree with lovely serrated compound leaves, soft pink new
growth and showy orange-yellow fruit. (Sapindaceae)
Well shaped medium to tall tree. Hardy and adaptable for most soils. Large,
glossy leaves with white flowers in summer. (Myrtaceae)
Beautiful densely conical tree with upward pointing branches, small leaves.
Medium tree with large cream fluffy flowers on the trunk and branches,
followed by large white fruit. Attractive purple new growth. A terrific shade
Rare tree from Cape York Peninsula. Very hardy. Spectacular orange,
papery bark & white flowers. (Myrtaceae)
One of Australia's tallest and most distinctive conifers, with its domed crown
of numerous radiating branches. It has been growing in Australia since the
Jurassic - the Age of Dinosaurs. (Araucariaceae)
Very hardy tree with edible fruit. Makes a good shade tree in dry areas.
A clumping grassy leafed plant to 80cm high, bearing very attractive white,
purple and yellow flowers throughout the year. Very hardy and low
maintenance. Suitable for sun or part shade. (Iridaceae)
Medium to large bushy shrub. Very fast growing and hardy, with showy
salmon flowers for most of the year. Requires good drainage and full sun.
Attracts birds. (Proteaceae)
Grevillea "Caloundra Gem"*
Medium to large bushy shrub with deeply divided foliage. Very fast growing
and hardy, with showy salmon flowers for most of the year. Requires good
drainage and full sun. Attracts birds. (Proteaceae)
Callistemon "Cameo Pink"
Medium shrub with attractive rose pink flowers. Does best in full sun. Usually
frost resistant. (Myrtaceae)
Small dainty shrub with masses of tiny white flowers. Best in full sun
Grevillea "Canberra Gem"*
Spreading, medium sized shrub. Upright spiky foliage, bright pink spidery
flowers. Full sun, well drained position. Prune after flowering. Tolerates frost
and cold winters. Good for Herberton to Ravenshoe. (Proteaceae)
Dense medium shrub with spectacular masses of small white flowers. Very
hardy. Sun or part shade. (Myrtaceae)
Medium shrub with large bright green almost succulent stiff leaves in pairs,
and huge cream flowers with beautiful perfume. Quite hardy. (Loganiaceae)
Rare and spectacular tree. Heads of crimson fluffy flowers. Hardy.
Flacourtia sp. Shiptons Flat
Large, dense, bushy shrub with brilliant red new growth and compact
rounded shape. Edible plum-like fruit. A very ornamental plant. Plants may
be male or female. Male plants will not bear fruit. (Flacourtiaceae)
Medium-sized tree with attractive foliage and pinkish/brown new growth.
Bright orange fruit. Quite hardy. (Sapindaceae)
Large shrub to small tree. Large serrated leaves and yellow banksia flowers.
A tussock forming plant found in North Queensland. Large panicles of small
cream flowers in summer. Can be grown in full sun or semi-shade.
Cape York Melaleuca
Shrub to small tree from Cape York Peninsula. Attractive tiny scale-like
leaves. Interesting 'bonsai' form. Small white bottlebrush flowers. (Myrtaceae)
Large shrub or small tree with unusual spherical, deep red flowers along the
branches. Hardy. Flowers all year. (Myrtaceae)
Callistemon "Captain Cook"
Compact, well shaped small shrub. Showy red bottlebrush flowers. Suitable
as a screen. (Myrtaceae)
Beautiful, graceful weeping shrub with masses of small white flowers in
spring. Best in a full sun position. (Myrtaceae)
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Small shrub with dark green, stiff foliage and small white flowers on arching
twigs. Very hardy. Full sun or part shade. (Boraginaceae)
Highly ornamental small tree with very spectacular, cascading pink new
growth. Fluffy white balls of flowers. Quite hardy. Protect from wind.
Orthosiphon aristatus "Mauve"
Cat's Whiskers - mauve
Bushy, herbaceous plant. Spikes of showy purple flowers. Sun or semi-
shade. Prune to shape. (Labiatae)
Orthosiphon aristatus "White"
Bushy, herbaceous plant. Spikes of showy white flowers. Sun or semi-shade.
Prune to shape. (Labiatae)
Morinda citrifolia var citrifolia
Small spreading tree with glossy foliage. Small white flowers. Strong smelling
large white fruit. Suitable for beach planting. (Rubiaceae)
Cordyline "Chocolate Queen"
A lush foliage plant, great as a filler in tropical gardens, indoors or as a patio
plant. Leaves are wide, with streaks of cream, purple, red, green and
chocolate; they look as though they have been painted! Best in part shade.
An attractive medium shrub, suitable for screening, with lush green foliage
and creamy white perfumed flowers. Best in full sun. Grows 2-3m high.
Hardy vine with cream flowers and attractive foliage. Does best in a large
hanging basket where it will flower regularly. (Asclepiadaceae)
Melaleuca "Claret Tops"
Small to medium shrub. Attractive flushes of copper/red new growth. Small
white flowers. Best in full sun. Suitable for most areas. (Myrtaceae)
Fast growing hardy tree with layered growth. Fruit attracts birds. From Cape
York Peninsula. (Combretaceae)
Australia's only climbing fig. Grow in a hanging basket or over a stump. Does
best in semi-shade. Water regularly. (Moraceae)
Very hardy climber or cascading plant with huge buttercup flowers spring to
summer. Full to filtered sun, suitable for most positions including the coast.
Large shrub or small tree with stiff leaves and cream brushes. Very hardy.
Plant in full sun in a well drained spot. (Proteaceae)
Very hardy, fast growing, bushy, small to medium tree. Makes a good shade
tree when lower branches removed. Especially suitable for inland and coastal
areas. Yellow hibiscus flowers. (Malvaceae)
Alpinia caerulea "Red"
Clumping foliage plant. Leaves undersides a striking deep maroon colour.
Small white flowers. Attractive fruit. Full sun or part shade. Not suitable for
dry inland areas. (Zingiberaceae)
Common Maidenhair Fern
A pretty maidenhair type fern with large fronds. Suitable for shady moist
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Common or Lacy Treefern
Fast growing hardy tree fern. Slender trunk with crown of bright green fronds
to 2 metres long. Takes full sun in moist areas. (Cyatheaceae)
Compact Foxtail Grass
Graceful compact clumping grass with many sprays of white/tan flowers.
Sun/semi-shade. Hardy. (Poaceae)
Small to medium tree with spreading habit. Very showy orange fruit from the
Very rare plant from Cooper Creek near Cape Tribulation in the Daintree
area. Very large, leathery, rusty brown fruit. (Authorised Propagators Qld.No.
Leptospermum "Copper Glow"
Medium to tall shrub with beautiful coppery tinge to the foliage. Can be
formed into a lovely rounded shape with regular light pruning. Best in full sun.
Fast growing spreading tree suitable for shade. Attractive foliage and bright
red shiny seeds that can be used to make jewellery. Does well near the
Fast growing tree with beautiful pink flowers along the branches. Food plant
of the spectacular Ulysses Butterfly. (Rutaceae)
Melaleuca "Cotton Candy"
Small shrub. Dense rounded shape with bright pink feathery flowers. Full
sun. Great rockery plant. (Myrtaceae)
Casuarina glauca "Cousin It"*
A dense groundcover casuarina, spreading up to 2.5m wide. An unusual and
attractive feature plant. Very hardy and a good weed suppressant, because it
is so thick. Best in full sun. (Casuarinaceae)
Large shrub to small tree. Bushy and hardy. Ideal as a screen plant. Masses
of white flowers followed by edible pink fruit. (Myrtaceae)
Syzygium australe "N. Qld
Creek Satinash (NQ
Bushy shrub with masses of white, fluffy flowers followed by edible pink fruit.
Ideal for use as a screen plant. Suitable for most areas. (Myrtaceae)
Syzygium australe Sth. QLD
Creek Satinash SQ Form
Medium to large, dense shrub with masses of white, fluffy flowers followed by
edible pink fruit. Ideal for use as a small screen plant. Suitable for most
Croton variegatum assorted*
A colourful tropical foliage plant, which comes in more varieties than you can
poke a stick at! Can be grown in full sun or light shade. (Euphorbiaceae)