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Australian Natives

Bush flowers, wildflowers, Aussie natives - whatever you call them, you love them! And we have heaps for you to choose from. Our popular natives attract wildlife, look beautiful, and stand up to a range of challenging climates.

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  1. Leptospermum 'Burgundy Queen'

    Leptospermum 'Burgundy Queen'

    Drought and frost hardy, burgundy foliage and brilliant double magenta flowers winter and spring.
    Ticks all the boxes and grows to a tidy height of 3m, perfect for native gardens. For a small gardens, try rubrum nana.

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  2. Leptospermum 'Lemon Frost'

    Leptospermum 'Lemon Frost'

    Queensland-born, this fine-leafed tea tree has a fresh lemon scent and abundant starry white flowers in summer. Dense neat upright foliage is ideal for clipping into hedges and windbreaks, especially in seaside coastal gardens. More flowers than the unnamed species forms. Use the dried leaves in pot pourri, and fresh branches in arrangements for the house.

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  3. Leptospermum 'Pink Cascade'

    Leptospermum 'Pink Cascade'

    Only 80cm tall but will cascade to 1.5m. Masses of dainty soft pink flowers add charm to the most harsh growing conditions, even soggy heavy soils and humid climates. Creates a softening effect when planted in rockeries, down slopes, over low walls.

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  4. Leptospermum Ballerina

    Leptospermum Ballerina

    Lovely small native tea tree with double flowers in plum, pink and white. Very hardy and adaptable once established, tolerates drought and frost. charming addition to any native garden.

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  5. Leptospermum Cardwell

    Leptospermum Cardwell

    Gracefully weeping aromatic evergreen foliage, covered in white flowers late winter to spring. Lovely as a vigorous native hedge in most locations, including cool climates, where the cascading branches will add movement. Grows in shade, but will flower less.

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  6. Leptospermum Lavender Queen

    Leptospermum Lavender Queen

    Neat compact hedging tea tree, ideal for cool and coastal gardens and sandy soils, though will adapt happily to most climates and conditions. Lovely spring flowers in pale pink-lilac which beneficial pollinators will appreciate.

    flower image: John Tann via Flickr  plant image: Forest & Kim Starr via Flickr cropped to size.

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  7. Leptospermum liversidgei  'Mozzie Blocker PBR'

    Leptospermum liversidgei 'Mozzie Blocker PBR'

    Entertain without the bugs! 'Mozzie Blocker' is the perfect plant for your outdoor entertaining area, zesty citronella lemon scented, natural mosquito repellent.

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  8. Leptospermum madidum - weeping tea-tree

    Leptospermum madidum - weeping tea-tree

    Gently weeping, elegant, lemon-scented foliage makes a beautiful feature tree in dry native gardens for an alternative to the water-hungry weeping willow.

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    Image by Mokkie (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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  9. Leptospermum petersonii-Lemon scented Tea-tree Flower

    Leptospermum petersonii - lemon scented tea tree

    Fast growing, drought hardy feature tree for sunny locations in both coastal and inland gardens.
    Leaves are freshly lemon-scented when crushed.

    Image: Raffi Kojian (http://Gardenology.org) [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons cropped to size.

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  10. Leptospermum rubrum nana

    Leptospermum rubrum nana

    Bold bright native shrub with dramatic deep burgundy foliage and lots of tiny vibrant hot pink flowers in winter and spring. Compact to around 1m, lovely as a small hedge, in a mixed bed, or in pots. The first settlers reportedly made tea from the leaves. Always in demand with our customers. If you're looking for a taller version, choose Burgundy Queen.

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  11. Lomandra 'Little Cricket'

    Lomandra 'Little Cricket'

    A compact knee-high version of our most popular lomandra 'Mat Rush', perfect for smaller gardens. Use in borders and rockeries.

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    $5.65
  12. Lomandra 'Little Pal'

    Lomandra 'Little Pal'

    Compact fine-leaved native grass for contrast planting in gardens, or erosion control on banks. Happier than other lomandra in shady spots, larger than the related Little Con. Learn More
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  13. lomandra longifolia

    Lomandra 'Verday'

    Compact, fast-growing, bright green lomandra to approx 60cm around. Tough as old boots - tolerates heat, drought, frost, salt, wind, pollution. Doesn't like high humidity so much - try Tropic Cascade instead if you live in the tropics - but happy in almost every other location. Learn More
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  14. Lomandra hystrix - mat rush

    Lomandra hystrix - mat rush

    You love this plant and we can see why! Better in wet soils and humid locations than Lomandra longifolia. Will grow in almost any climate, soil, location or situation. Use for erosion control, weed suppressing, mass planting, ground cover, feature planting, in pots. Grows to about 1m around. Almost zero maintenance, but some fertiliser will help it look its best. Our most popular Lomandra. Learn More
    $2.95
  15. Lomandra little con

    Lomandra Little Con

    Petite form of this native grass, perfect for small gardens as a bordering plant or in a container, or even as a no-mow lawn in traffic-free areas. Cute compact tussocks of fine foliage. Excellent erosion control on slopes and banks. Lovely in Asian-style gardens. Learn More
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  16. Lomandra longifolia

    Lomandra longifolia

    Tough as - Easy to see why it's one of your favourites! Better in dry soils and dry climates than hystrix, and more upright. Will grow in almost any climate, soil, location or situation. Use for erosion control, weed suppressing, mass planting, ground cover, feature planting, in pots. Grows to about 1.2m around. Almost zero maintenance, but some fertiliser will help it look its best. Learn More
    $3.15
  17. Lomandra TROPIC CASCADE™

    Lomandra TROPIC CASCADE™

    Weeping lomandra to 70cm around. Suitable for humid and tropical gardens, moist soils, erosion control and other tricky sites. Bright green foliage, large yellow flowers that will not self-seed. Learn More
    $5.20
  18. Maniltoa - silk handkerchief tree

    Maniltoa - silk handkerchief tree

    Native small rainforest tree with spectacular flower-like new leaf growth and fruity-scented spring flowers. Fast growing to a good size, slower thereafter so ideal for establishing height in a new garden while you wait for other plants to catch up. Learn More
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  19. Melaleuca 'Claret Tops'

    Melaleuca 'Claret Tops'

    Red new growth on soft grey-green leaves, with masses of white flowers in spring. Full sun gives leaves a brighter red colour. 'Claret Tops' can be clipped into hedges or topiary as a feature plant, or left wild in native gardens. Birds love it!

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  20. Melaleuca 'Cotton Candy'

    Melaleuca 'Cotton Candy'

    Compact native shrub with showy clusters of hot pink flowers spring-autumn. Hardy and suited to low hedging, rockeries and borders. Smaller than the species form, with brighter green foliage. Doesn't mind occasional wet feet, flowers better in higher-rainfall zones or where watered in the flowering period.

    Image: Mike Russell Flickr cropped to size.

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  21. Melaleuca bracteata 'Revolution Gold'

    Melaleuca bracteata 'Revolution Gold'

    The gold foliage of this native shrub becomes more intense through the warmer months. Plant as a feature in native gardens.
    Try it alongside our dark-leaved Leptospermum 'Burgundy Queen' or 'Rubrum nana' for striking contrast!

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  22. Melaleuca Little Red

    Melaleuca Little Red

    Brighter red new leaf colour and more dense and branching than Claret Tops, and slightly larger in size. This new variety is a useful addition to the paperbark shrub family and will make an attractive fine-leaved hedge or privacy screen in your native garden.

    flower image: John Rusk via Flickr cropped to size.

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  23. Melaleuca thymifolia

    Melaleuca thymifolia

    Fine-leaved bushy native shrub with purple-pink feathery flowers in summer-autumn. Good for screening and hedging, native gardens, wildlife gardens. Larger than the cultivar Cotton Candy, with slightly greyer foliage.

    image: Brisbane Council via Flickr cropped to size.

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  24. Melastoma affine Alba

    Melastoma affine Alba

    Fast growing evergreen flowering shrub known as blue tongue, because the bushtucker fruits stain the tongue blue. White flowers with lime green centres, big oval leathery leaves. Super hedge in frost free areas, grows to around 2m. Prune to keep it neat. Learn More
    $4.90
  25. Melicope elleryana - pink euodia

    Melicope elleryana - pink euodia

    Fast growing evergreen tree featuring dense clusters of rose-pink flowers along the branches. Enjoy watching nectar feeding wildlife flock to the garden, Pink euodia is a natural host for the beautiful blue Ulysses butterfly and many other species.


    Butterfly image: Lepidlizard at English Wikipedia (Transferred from en.wikipedia to Commons.) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

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