Banksia serrata is a small to medium sized tree with a single trunk, cork-like bark and deep green foliage. It is usually a gnarly looking tree. Leaf margins are serrated with lobes between 1 mm and 3 mm deep. It produces silvery grey flower spikes and cones. This species can generate well after bush fire due to its ability to store energy.
A very distinctive, bird attracting Australian native that can be planted in multiples and on its own as a single specimen.
This tree likes a well-drained sandy soil. A good selection for coastal conditions and are often found behind dunes along the coastline.
These are tree selections with magnificent flowers and/or dense habitat for bird attraction.
These trees are tolerant of the typically sandy conditions associated with living along the coast.
This symbol denotes a tree that retains its leaves, therefore is green, all year round.
These trees offer an attractive colour or flower display that is worth noting.
The upright structure of these trees make for an excellent group feature. Some trees planted this way create a bush land affect.
A tree for an informal screen is one which is tall enough to block views but is left to grow in its natural form. These trees offer a more casual look.
This selection of trees are indigenous to Australia and unique to our climatic conditions. Most of the trees we grow are suitable for the south eastern parts of Australia.
Also referred to as feature trees, these are noteworthy selections due to size, shape, foliage cover, seasonal colour or general knock-out attractiveness. They can stand-alone in any garden.
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