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Strictly Native Spring Selections

Here are our native spring tree selections, ready now for planting. Be quick to secure this material.

Lophostemon confertus

Queensland Brush Box

This dome headed tree is very dense in it's growth habit. It has great salmon coloured bark that peels in summer. It flowers in summer forming small white clusters that contain fluffy looking stamens. The leaves are large oval shaped and glossy deep green. A lovely tree grown for street trees and parks but would suit a backyard with space. Ours are looking good in 50cm containers.

Corymbia citriodora

Lemon-scented Gum

A beautiful tree with a distinctive white to grey coloured shedding bark. Its leaves are green and long with a strong lemon fragrance when they are crushed.  While it has feathery white flowers in summer and autumn it is bought for the scent of lemon particularly after rain. We have good numbers available for planting now in 50cm containers.

Acacia melanoxylon

Blackwood Wattle

This Australian native that is indigenous to Victoria and Tasmania that will grow to about 12-15m. It has dark brown wood that is deeply furrowed. This is a hardy shade tree that produces masses of pale yellow flowers in clusters from late winter to early spring adding great colour in the winter months. A tree traditionally used in parks and reserves, we have material ready to go now in 50cm containers.

Eucalyptus leucoxylon 'Euky Dwarf'

Dwarf Yellow Gum

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. Bird attracting. Growing to only 6 metres it is well sought after for residential native gardens. Ours are available now in 30cm containers.

Eucalyptus melliodora

Yellow Box

This tree is 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 can be be very dark and rough. It produces perfumed white flowers in summer. We have material ready to go now in 40cm and 50cm containers.

Eucalyptus polyanthemos

Red Box

This Australian native tree is oval shaped and has greyish green leaves with a short trunk. The bark can be smooth or box like (fissured).The juvenile leaves are rounded and grey-green the adult leaves become more ovate. The flowers it bears are small white flowers in September to January.

Eucalyptus scoparia

Wallangarra White Gum

This Australian native tree growing to 10metres on average has a short smooth trunk with bark that is white to grey and sheds. It has open weeping branches bearing narrow green shiny leaves. It has small white flowers in spring and summer. Used in parks and gardens we have material in 50cm containers that is ready to be planted now.

Allocasuarina torulosa

Forest Sheoak

This tree has a corky light brown bark with deep fissures.The leaves are thin, green needle-like similar to a pine tree. They can tolerate a miriad of conditions and when planted together as an pendulous informal screen, look simply amazing. If you let them grow unattended expect a tree to about 10m tall. For planting now, we have material between 1.5-1.8m tall in 40cm and 50cm containers.

Hakea salicifolia

Willow-leafed Hakea

A beautiful small tree or bushy shrub that can be used 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 the leaf axils bourne from late winter to spring. Check out our material ready to go now in a 40cm container.

Banksia integrifolia

Coastal Banksia

This distinctive native tree is found on the east coast of Australia. It has rough patterned bark and long green leaves with a silver underside. Pale yellow flowers are a cylinder shape can be seen in summer to winter. These can be up to 12cm long! A very useful planting for seaside landscaping, we have great material available in 100 litre bags for immediate impact. 

Banksia marginata

Silver Banksia

Growing to 5m, this Australian native has a dense growth habit with long green leaves bearing silver undersides. Its large yellow cylinder shaped flowers are produced from spring to autumn and are bird attracting. Another attractive native for beachside climates, it can tolerate a wide range of conditions. We have stock available now in 40cm containers.

Allocasuarina verticillata

Drooping Sheoak

A medium sized tree to 9m that has a rounded head. It has a weeping dark green branchlet that has brown male flowers from winter to early spring. These trees when young can look rather sparse and scraggly but this tickens up with age. An attractive feature is the sound they make when the wind blows through its leaves. Another versatile selection with a number of uses. Ours are avalable now in 40cm containers at around 2m tall planted.

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