This native shrub or small tree is very hardy and adaptable to a wide range of locations and soils. It is generally trouble free, growing to about 4m high and 2m across. The flowers appear as beautiful crimson spikes which are born in Spring and Summer. Requiring little to no maintenance, this variety flowers over a lengthy period and the slender, green foliage forms a neat, rounded appearance.
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Great for coastal exposed positions. Great feature tree for small gardens to medium gardens. Adds much needed habitat to native fauna.
Will tolerate most soils including very poor ones. Likes full sun and does well in dry conditions.
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.
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.
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Callistemon viminalis 'Hanna Ray'
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Callistemon viminalis 'Dawson River'
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