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Acacia baileyana - Cootamundra wattle
Resilient adaptable wattle, with feathery delicate mimosa foliage and masses of iconic lemon-yellow powderpuff flowers in winter. It's perha...
Acacia floribunda - gossamer wattle
Lovely native wattle tree, abundant pale cream flowers in spring and the finest featheriest foliage you ever did see. Excellent for erosion ...
Acer Sango Kaku - coral bark maple
Japanese acers have a reputation for being a little tricky to grow, but providing you can meet them halfway they are worth all the effort - ...
Acmena hemilampra - blush satinash
Native rainforest tree suited to coastal planting and creek banks. Glossy green foliage, bright red new growth and clusters of small white s...
Archontophoenix - Alexander palm
Alexander Palm is native to Queensland, has classic "palm" looks, and is fast growing - making it a perfect palm for subtropical gardeners w...
Backhousia citriodora - lemon myrtle
Hardy, native, fluffy white flowers, lemon-scented foliage - it's easy to see why this is so popular. Best in subtropical or warm climates w...
Backhousia myrtifolia - grey myrtle
Lovely native rainforest tree with cream flowers and cinnamon scented leaves. Ideal for feature planting, street trees, privacy hedges, n...
Banksia serrata - saw leafed banksia
Robust 15m native Australian banksia with green-cream brushes during spring and autumn. Suited to seaside gardens - where it will grow as a ...
Beaucarnea - ponytail palm
Ripper little zero-care houseplant for even the most hapless gardeners; and when allowed to grow full-size in sub-tropical gardens, an impre...
Betula - silver birch
Elegant, airy, slender tree with pearly-white bark and delicate apple-green leaves that turn to a shower of gold in autumn. You can see why ...
Buckinghamia - ivory curl flower
Ornamental native tree with dark glossy leaves and long white scented flower spikes which cascade downward. Very popular subtropical street ...
Burdekin plum - Pleiogynium
Harvest juicy bush tucker to create delicious accompaniments such as jam, chutney and even wine! Or just enjoy the shade from this big bu...
Callistemon Dawson River Weeper
Gently weeping native hedge or screen tree, spreading to 5m tall and wide, with vibrant red bottle-brush flowers. Attracts nectar feeding bi...
Callistemon Hannah Ray
Fantastic bottlebrush tree, will reach 4m, perfect size for smaller gardens or as a street tree. Slightly smaller than Dawson River. Vibrant...
Narrow-growing tall callistemon ideal for driveways, paths, narrow beds, and against fences as a privacy screen. Tolerates drought, cold and...
Camellia sasanqua Roseann
Semi-double rich pink blooms above large glossy dark evergreen foliage. Large camellia with an elegant natural shape. Lovely hedge, specimen...
Citrus - sweet orange
One of the pleasures of a subtropical garden is plucking fresh sweet fruit straight from the tree. Imagine fresh orange juice for breakfast!...
Crepe myrtle - Lagerstroemia Lipan
Soft blue-pink flowers create masses of colour early summer. Crepe myrtles create a dazzling flowering display and beautiful shade in the...
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 m...
Cupaniopsis - tuckeroo
Beautiful rounded street/feature tree has non invasive roots and is native to Australia. It's hardy, tolerates frost and drought once est...
Daintree pine - Gymnostoma
A green dinosaur, this native conifer goes back 300 million years to the Gondwana era. Small elegant cone-shaped pine trees with fine ferny ...
Beloved beautiful native quandong tree, very disease resistant and needs little maintenance. Stunning bronze new leaf colour and elegant sha...
Feijoa - pineapple guava
Eat sweet delicious fruit fresh from your garden. Enjoy the red flowers along with the native birds and bees they attract. Every garden s...
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