We are specialists in the environmentally sustainable production of premium quality advanced landscaping trees and screens.
For over 36 years Speciality Trees has been a leader in the production and supply of advanced environmentally sustainable, containerised landscape trees for local government, the landscaping industry and retailers.
This is a denser-looking evergreen magnolia growing to 4m with rounded and cupshaped leaves that are held tightly on the tree. Available in a number of sizes, our choice at the moment is in 100L bags. But you will need to be quick.
A beautiful dense tree with small dark green glossy leaves and brown velvety underside. Produces creamy white fragrant flowers in May that are bigger than 'Little Gem' and has a distinctive wavy edge to its leaf. We have good numbers in 30cm, 40cm and 100L but our choice is in 50cm containers. A visit to the nursery will be rewarded.
The first of these dwarf varieties and still very popular for its saucer shaped flowers, dense glossy deep green foliage and compact form. It has proven itself to be a true performer in the landscape. We have good number of 50cm containers which are ready to go now.
Growing 6m tall x 3m wide, this is an ideal native shrub for hedging and screens. Offers glossy green foliage with a lovely copper hue on new growth. White fluffy flowers are followed by red fleshy berries but these can be sheared off to minimise drop. Our 50cm and 150 litre stock is looking great and are ready to go.
This is a slightly narrow domed tree that doesn't shed its branches. It has a smooth trunk that may be slightly mottled with bark that is a beautiful pinky salmon in colour. Leaves are narrow and wonderfully lemon scented. We can offer good numbers ready to go now in 40cm containers.
Yellow box is a moderately sized tree best known for its unusual bark which varies from smooth to rough all the way down the trunk often in different colourings from grey, yellow, red to brown. Sometimes it can be be very dark and rough! Great for canopy and street plantings, we have good numbers in 40cm and 50cm containers as well as 100 litre bags.
Spotted gum is a beautiful tall smooth bark tree that is cream coloured with distinctive grey spots, hence its name. The leaves are dark glossy green with small clusters of white fragrant flowers that are born in autumn and winter. These flowers are bird and insect attracting. Used in large gardens and parks, we have great 50cm stock ready to go now at 3.5m tall.
This tree has very dark brown to black coloured bark that is not shed. It is an attractive tree with flowers borne in clusters of seven and pinkish to red in colour. The flowers bloom in winter to early spring. The leaves are blue to greyish green. Good for streets and large parks, we have magnificent 50cm stock at 1.8m tall.
This is an attractive densely canopied tree with a bloated trunk and large lobed leaves. During the summer months it is densely packed with stunning powdery-red flowers. A great feature tree, we have good numbers in 30cm and 50cm containers as well as 100 litre bags.
This is an attractive tree with red stringy bark and cream coloured trunk. It has white flowers tinged with pink during autumn and winter which resemble miniture strawberries hence its common name. These fruits are edible. Growing 7m tall by 5m wide it makes a great feature tree in a larger garden. We have good numbers available in 50cm containers.
This is a new variegated variety of Corymbia maculata with long and narrow variegated green and cream foliage. Flowers are white and new growth appears as a blush pink colour. We have only just recently added this variety to our range so we'd love to know what you think. Available in 50cm containers at around 2.5m tall.
This is a small to medium sized shade tree offering glossy green foliage and pretty clusters of salmon pink, bell-shaped flowers in Summer. As a grafted tree, it is more compact in size which makes it highly suitable for domestic landscapes. Flowers are bird attracting. We have good numbers in 40cm, 50cm and 100 litres.
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