We are specialists in the environmentally sustainable production of premium quality advanced landscaping trees and screens.
For the last 39 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.
As a fast growing native, this attractive wattle with pendulous branches and beautiful weeping habit grows to the size of a large shrub or small tree depending on your landscape and climate. Produces fluffy yellow, ball-shaped flowers in spring. We only have a small batch to sell this season, so you will need to be quick for supply in 40m/27L containers.
This attractive upright native Banksia is a good choice for narrow garden beds all the while attracting birds into your landscape courtesy of lemon coloured brush-like flowers produced from late summer to winter. It responds well to pruning and can be clipped to keep tidy if planting in a row. We have 30cm, 40cm/27L and 50cm/52L stock available now for planting.
This big tree is an Australian favourite and easy to spot when in flower. Cream to grey coloured bark, which sheds in flakes is dominated by bright red flowers in clusters of three between autumn and spring. It has narrow shaped green leaves. Growing to 12-15 metres depending on its environment, plant this one where there is space. We have good supply for planting now in 40cm/27L and 50cm/52L containers.
We have only started growing this grafted form of the beautiful traditional Australian Lemon Scented Gum. Like 'Scentuous' or 'Dwarf Pink', it is compact growing to about 6 metres with a white trunk, thin green foliage and dense growth habit. The beautiful lemon scent is still a feature when leaves are crushed, which is also noticeable after rain. We have a small batch to start with but available this planting season in 40cm/27L containers.
This variety is becoming very popular in landscaping circles as it exhibits all the wonderful characteristics of a Lemon Scented Gum but in a compact form, only growing to 7 metres tall. An abundance of narrow green foliage is enhanced by that magnificent lemon scent and distinctive grey shredding bark. We have material available this season in 40cm/27L containers but you will need to be quick.
A shapely native tree with a light open canopy, single trunk and smooth bark that sheds. It's grey-green leaves once mature is offset by masses of pink, red and sometimes cream blossom from late autumn to early summer. This is a bird attracting tree, perfect for the native landscape. We have good numbers in 30cm, 40cm/27L and 50cm/52L containers.
A small native tree that exhibits patches of grey, white and a reddish-pink bark in older growth on smooth trunks. Foliage is dark green to greenish blue and narrow in shape but still holds that typical pauciflora leaf which is large, thick and waxy. This is another compact growing native tree perfect for smaller gardens. We have limited availability in 30cm and 40cm/27L containers.
A beautiful small tree or bushy shrub that can be used as a stand-alone tree, mixed with other natives or hedged to great effect due to its fine narrow leaf and bushy habit. Flowers are white and occur in the leaf axils. An attractive tree as a specimen planted among other natives or used as a screen. We have material available now in 40cm/27L containers, but it is not a large batch so be quick!
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