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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. Westringia Naringa™

    Westringia Naringa™

    Fast growing dense native hedge to 2.2m. Westringia Naringa is quick to establish making it ideal for new gardens. and sheltering windbreaks

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    $4.90
  2. Westringia fruticosa

    Westringia fruticosa

    Our native species rosemary has dense, fine leaves and small white flowers loved by birds and other wildlife. Its relaxed open form and soft colouring suit bush and cottage style gardens beautifully; or you can clip it to a more formal shape. Grows to around 2m unclipped, for a wildlife-friendly hedge. Our most popular Westringia. Learn More
    $3.50
  3. Westringia Blue Gem™

    Westringia Blue Gem™

    Robust native low hedging plant suited to the toughest conditionsClusters of little lilac bird attracting flowers spring-summer. Learn More
    $4.90
  4. Westringia 'Wynyabbie Gem'

    Westringia 'Wynyabbie Gem'

    Great for coastal, seaside, and exposed roof garden locations, as it can withstand salt and wind. Soft velvety silver-grey leaves cover this super-hardy shrub. Small blue-lilac flowers pretty much year round in warm locations. Improves with clipping - if you'd like a more compact version, try 'Jervis Gem'. Learn More
    $3.50
  5. Westringia 'Jervis Gem'

    Westringia 'Jervis Gem'

    A compact form of the popular Wynyabbie Gem, with soft velvety silver-grey foliage, and lilac-blue flowers for most of the year. This native rosemary is great in coastal, roof-garden, and exposed sites as it puts up with salt and wind.

    "A dozen Callistemon 'Little John' and 6 Westringia fruticoa 'Jervis Gem' just arrived in top condition. Beautiful little plants bursting with good health and new growth. Couldn't be happier!" Anne - January 2017. Newcastle, NSW. Learn More
    $3.50
  6. Viola Baby Blue

    Viola Baby Blue

    Like the native violet but want more blue? This one's for you! Mini-pansy flowers in a soft lavender-sky, dainty dark green leaves, great groundcover for deep shade. Less spreading than the bicolour version, ideal for between pavers. Learn More
    $3.50
  7. Syzygium ‘Baby Boomer’ - lilly pilly

    Syzygium ‘Baby Boomer’ - lilly pilly

    Neat growing lilly pilly, perfect hedge and screening plant, ideal for topiary too! Features flushes of bronze coloured new growth following trimming.

    Sorry, we are unable to ship this product to South Australia for Bio-security reasons.

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    $3.75
  8. Syzygium Resilience - lilly pilly

    Syzygium Resilience - lilly pilly

    Fast growing for instant results, to 5m unclipped. Compact tightly growing pale green foliage that emerges with a reddish bronze tinge. Excellent for hedging and screening. Psyllid resistant. White flowers and white edible fruit. Our most popular lillypilly.

    Sorry: We can't ship this to South Australia for bio-security reasons.

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    $5.70
  9. Syzygium australe Hinterland Gold

    Syzygium 'Hinterland Gold' - lilly pilly

    Nice natural shape that doesn't need clipping, but responds well if you want to prune. Selected form with compact and tightly growing gold-tinted foliage, and beautiful copper-bronze new growth through the year. Grows to around 4m unclipped.

    We are Prohibited to sell to South Australia.

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    $3.75
  10. Syzygium 'Garden Lights' - lilly pilly

    Syzygium 'Garden Lights' - lilly pilly

    Neat growing lilly pilly with a dense, compact growth habit featuring brilliant flushes of red new growth through winter.
    Ideal for low hedging and container planting.

    Psyllid free variety.

    We are unable to ship this product to South Australia for bio-security reasons.

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    $5.70

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  11. Syzygium 'Elite' - lilly pilly

    Syzygium 'Elite' - lilly pilly

    Gently weeping branches and a dense growth habit with bronze coloured new growth. One of the best for topiary and hedges to 5m tall. Attracts native birds to the garden when flowering, for its berries, and as a refuge plant.

    We are Prohibited to sell this product to South Australia.

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    $3.75
  12. Syzygium 'Bush Christmas' - lilly pilly

    Syzygium 'Bush Christmas' - lilly pilly

    Stunning orange-crimson new growth and glossy foliage on this compact, dense-growing variety. Fine small leaf, excellent for clipping, hedging, screening, topiary, and in pots. Can hard prune to only 1m tall. White flowers in Spring, followed by red fruits in summer which the birds love. It's an all-round winner. Learn More
    $3.75
  13. Syzygium 'Aussie Southern' - lilly pilly

    Syzygium 'Aussie Southern' - lilly pilly

    Very fast-growing, columnar lilly pilly, excellent for narrow spaces and hedges. Ideal privacy screening and specimen plant with richly coloured glossy foliage. Hardy once established. Pest resistant. White flowers, red berries. Grows to 8m.

    We are Prohibited to sell to South Australia.

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    $3.75
  14. Stenocarpus Doreen

    Stenocarpus Doreen

    Compact beautiful fast-growing native rainforest shrub or small tree with delicate ferny foliage, bright lime when new; and curly white flowers. Tougher than its pretty appearance would suggest. Leave to grow to 5m or clip to an attractive hedge.

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    $3.50
  15. Rhagodia Aussie Flat Bush™ - saltbush

    Rhagodia Aussie Flat Bush™ - saltbush

    Low-growing mounded native shrub, grey-blue colour an attractive backdrop to seasonal flowers. Tough, hardy, great for inland gardens. Grows in almost any soil, very drought tolerant. Learn More
    $4.90

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  16. Randia fitzalanii - native gardenia

    Randia fitzalanii - native gardenia

    Subtropical large native shrub or evergreen tree with deliciously scented starry white flowers with a fragrance like gardenia. Plant where you can enjoy the scent as you sip a glass of wine in the evening. Learn More
    $3.50
  17. Poa labillardierei - tussock grass

    Poa labillardierei - tussock grass

    Elegant versatile native grass especially useful for erosion control. Happy in any soil, especially wetter areas. Feathery flowerheads in summer add to the appeal. Often recommended in local council planting lists.

    plant image: Leonora Enking via Flickr; roo image: Harry Rose via Flickr; coast mage: Dr Mary Gillham via Flickr; seedhead image: NSW grassy ecosystems via Flickr

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    $3.30
  18. Pandorea Snowbells

    Pandorea Snowbells

    Clusters of beautiful white bell flowers decorate this fast-growing native vine in spring. Makes a fantastic privacy screen, shady climber trained over an arbour, or even a groundcover if left unsupported. Very easy going as to soil type.

    image: Vivian Evans via Flickr

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    $4.75
  19. Pandorea jasminoides variegated

    Pandorea jasminoides variegated

    Create romantic flowering arbours using this beautiful variegated native climber. Also suited to planting as a groundcover on embankments and left to spill over retaining walls. Learn More
    $3.50
  20. Pandorea jasminoides 'Dark Pink'

    Pandorea jasminoides 'Dark Pink'

    Rambling evergreen climber with clusters of deep pink flowers, beautiful left to climb over an archway, trellis or pergola. Learn More
    $3.50
  21. Pandorea jasminoides

    Pandorea jasminoides

    Rambling twining climber with soft white-fuchsia flowers and a vigorous growth habit. Evergreen with a long flowering period. Interesting long seedpods after flowering. Learn More
    $3.50
  22. Myoporum parvifolium 'Fine Leaf'

    Myoporum parvifolium 'Fine Leaf'

    Native low ground cover, will spread outwards to around 3m but never more than 30cm high. Creeping boobialla forms a thick mat of fine foliage, dotted with white flowers in spring-autumn or winter-summer, depending on where you live. Great to keep weeds down in the garden, or to cover slopes and banks.
    Image By: Stickpen (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons.

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    $3.50
  23. 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
  24. 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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    $3.50

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  25. 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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    $5.10

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