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Flowering Trees

Flowering trees for your Australian garden - native, tropical and cool climate, shade and sun loving.

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  1. Xanthostemon Fairhill Gold

    Xanthostemon Fairhill Gold

    Compact native large shrub or small tree, unmistakeable in full flower. Ideal for landscaping, large pots and native or formal gardens. Birds love the nectar-rich blossom.

    Due to bio-security legislation, we are unable to ship this product to South Australia.

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  2. Waratah - Alloxylon

    Waratah - Alloxylon

    Spectacular in full flower, this native rainforest tree grows happily anywhere frost-free with regular rainfall or irrigation. Long glossy dark leaves in rosettes; curly vermilion-red flowers sit proud of the branches Learn More

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  3. Tibouchina lepidota Alstonville

    Tibouchina lepidota ‘Alstonville’

    Rich purple blooms on an evergreen tree to 5m. Quick to establish, especially from our tubestock. Frost tender. Learn More
  4. Syzygium luehmannii - riberry

    Syzygium luehmannii - riberry

    Ornamental native suited to planting for shade, hedging and topiary. Birds are attracted to the flowers and bright red fruit.

    Image: Tatters Flickr cropped to size.

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

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  5. 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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  6. Stenocarpus - firewheel tree

    Stenocarpus - firewheel tree

    Spectacular native shade tree featuring red and yellow wheel shaped flowers late summer.
    Take a trip to Maranoa Gardens VIC to see this beautiful native in full colour.

    Image JMK (Own work) [GFDL or CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons, cropped to size.

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  7. Randia fitzalanii - native gardenia

    Randia fitzalanii - native gardenia

    Tropical Australian large native shrub with deliciously scented 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
  8. Murraya - mock orange

    Murraya - mock orange

    Beautifully scented white flowers in spring and summer, glossy dark evergreen leaves, and a tight compact habit in growth. It's no wonder this tall-growing mock orange is one of our all-time favourites with you! It has the most gorgeous fragrance on warm days. Learn More
  9. Metrosideros thomasii flowers

    Metrosideros thomasii - NZ Christmas bush

    Flame-red fluffy flowers on a very dense shrub, perfect for hedging, windbreaks, privacy screens to 5m. Soft silver-lime new growth throughout the year. Thrives in coastal, windy and exposed sites. Ideal refuge plant for native birds, who love the blossoms' nectar.

    Prohibited to sell to South Australia.

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  10. Metrosideros Fiji Fire™

    Metrosideros Fiji Fire™

    Eyecatching tufts of orange-red flowers in summer, bright soft lime-silver new growth most of the year. A shrub to small tree, loved by birds, great for hedges or solo planting. Salt and wind tolerant, great for coastal gardens and exposed locations. Attracts native birds to feed. Fantastic windbreak or privacy hedge to 3m.

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

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  11. 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!

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

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  12. Magnolia 'Little Gem'

    Magnolia 'Little Gem'

    Deep glossy large leaves with a rich tan underside. Large white scented flowers. This evergreen tree is always so popular with our customers for hedges, feature planting, and in containers. Best in a sheltered spot where you can enjoy the fragrance. Learn More

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  13. 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 ( [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons cropped to size.

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

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  14. Jacaranda mimosifolia

    Jacaranda mimosifolia

    Stunning large tree in full flower. Unmistakeable lavender-purple blossoms in abundance during spring! Plant in frost free sites where it can grow to full 15m size and shape, as they don't like being pruned. Students know the tree well - if you haven't started revising for exams when it starts flowering... Learn More
  15. Illawarra flame tree - Brachychiton

    Illawarra flame tree - Brachychiton

    Impressive feature tree for larger gardens. Flame trees are deciduous, losing their leaves during winter followed by clusters of red bell shaped flowers spring-summer. Usually available November-February

    Tree Image: Bidgee [CC BY-SA 3.0 au], via Wikimedia Commons
    Flower Image: Alissa Walker via Flickr

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  16. Hymenosporum flavum - native frangipani

    Hymenosporum flavum - native frangipani

    This native easygoing rainforest tree bears fragrant golden flowers in spring. Create a shady haven and attract nectar feeding birds to your native garden. Plant as a feature tree where you can enjoy the delightful perfume. Low-flammability for fire zones, and a great street tree in full sun.

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

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  17. Hibiscus rosa sinensis Lollipop

    Hibiscus rosa sinensis Lollipop

    Will make a small tree in a warm location, smothered with blooms. Pops of large pink flowers above glossy foliage, ideal for tropical and subtropical gardens.

    PLEASE NOTE: These plants are tube-stock plants, with the benefit of being a young plant they will establish quickly in your garden. The average size of your plants will be 15 -25 cm in height with a pot size of 42 mm wide and 80 mm high. Learn More
  18. Grevillea robusta - silky oak

    Grevillea robusta - silky oak

    Tall fast-growing ornamental native tree, impressive and unmistakable in full flower. Elegant slender conical silhouette with sweeping upturned branches. Deep golden flowers spring-summer, large ferny leaves all year round. Attracts wildlife. Drought tolerant and frost hardy once full grown. Timber useful for fine woodworking; flowers for honey production.

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  19. Grevillea Moonlight

    Grevillea Moonlight

    Birds love these creamy white flowers, abundant during spring and summer. Small to medium height, and a nice shape, 'Moonlight' makes a beautiful addition to any garden. Prune it to shape after flowering to encourage a dense growth. Our most popular Grevillea. Learn More
  20. Grevillea Honey Gem

    Grevillea Honey Gem

    Beautiful, popular, fast growing Grevillea. A tall growing, dense tree to 5m, with finely divided and contrasting foliage, and long-lasting, golden orange-yellow flowers rich in nectar, that are great for attracting birds. Suitable for reasonably cold temperatures and sub tropical climates. Can be hard pruned or even coppiced if required. Parent of Grevillea Golden Lyre Learn More

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  21. Grevillea baileyana - brown silky oak

    Grevillea baileyana - brown silky oak

    Hardy flowering small native tree suited to feature planting and creating shade. Fragrant nectar rich flowers attract honey-eating birds to your garden. Grows from north Queensland to Victoria. Much like Ivory Curl Flower in appearance and growth habit.

    Flower image: Tatiana Gerus from Brisbane, Australia [CC BY 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons ,cropped to size.
    Leaves image: Tatiana Gerus from Brisbane, Australia [CC BY 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons ,cropped to size.

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  22. Feijoa sellowiana

    Feijoa sellowiana

    Eat sweet delicious fruit fresh from your garden! Enjoy the red flowers along with the native birds and bees they attract. Every garden should have one! Or preferably two, for increased pollination and fruiting. Find a warm sheltered spot, well drained and fertile, for this evergreen tree. This couple started a plantation, they love feijoa so much!

    Fruit image: By en:user: ACurrie [GFDL or CC-BY-SA-3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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  23. Crepe myrtle - Lagerstroemia ‘Yuma’

    Crepe myrtle - Lagerstroemia ‘Yuma’

    Compact flowering feature with gorgeous pink paper-like flowers through summer and early autumn. Suited to light screening, hedges and containers.

    Usually available November-July

    Flowering tree image: Cheryl via Flickr 

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  24. Crepe myrtle - Lagerstroemia ‘Natchez’

    Crepe myrtle - Lagerstroemia ‘Natchez’

    Looking for a standout feature plant for summer gardens? Natchez flowers heavily through summer and early autumn. Its gentle weeping habit makes it perfect for almost any garden, cottage and formal. Usually available November-July.

    If you're looking for a small white-flowered crepe myrtle, we recommend Acoma. Learn More

  25. Crepe myrtle - Lagerstroemia 'Miami'

    Crepe myrtle - Lagerstroemia 'Miami'

    Gorgeous bushy shrub featuring an abundance of coral-pink flowers during the height of summer. Ideal for specimen planting. Small tree to 3.5m, ideal for smaller gardens and street planting.

    Usually available November-July Learn More

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