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Acmena Hemilampra

Acmena Hemilampra

Acmena hemilampra is commonly known as the blush satinash or broad leaf lilly pilly. Grows well in coastal areas to about 8m. Grows well in full sun or part shade. It will tolerate light frost and is a fairly low maintenance tree.

Agathis Robusta – Kauri Pine

Agathis Robusta – Kauri Pine

The Kauri Pine is a robust and beautiful tree which requires significant space to grow as it does grow quite big. They are known to grow for up to 2000 years old and it is well worth looking at them growing in their natural state if the opportunity arises. They are a native to Fraser Island and one small area just west of Cairns. Timber obtained from these trees is highly sought after and is very good for building and cabinetry.

Araucaria Bidwillii - Bunya Pine

Araucaria Bidwillii - Bunya Pine

Commonly known as the Bunya Pine is a large evergreen coniferous tree with a straight, rough barked trunk and a very distinctive dome shaped crown as the tree matures. Loves a sunny position with well drained soil. 15 - 35m high x 10 -15m wide.

Araucaria Cunninghamii

Araucaria Cunninghamii

Common Name: Hoop Pine

Height: 60m Spread 30m

Features: Bird Attracting, Evergreen, Australian native. A very large tree that can live up to 450 years but grows very slowly once mature. The trees structure is fairly open and it has sharp and prickly leaflets. Fairly drought tolerant.

Brachychiton Acerifolius 

Brachychiton Acerifolius

Brachychiton Acerifolius commonly known as the Illawara Flame Tree, grows 10 to 40m tall with a diameter between 5-15m. Drought tolerant and will tolerate light frost. Prefers full sun. It produces beautiful red flowers in spring and summer. It is suited to most soil types so long as they are well drained.

Buckinghamia Celsissima 

Buckinghamia Celsissima

Known as the Ivory Curl Tree. It flowers in Summer/Autumn, with long creamy flowerheads which often hides the dark green glossy foliage. It makes a wonderful feature tree, is low maintenance and enjoys a sunny position in the garden.5 - 8m high x 3 -4m wide.

Cupaniopsis Anacardioides

Cupaniopsis Anacardioides

Cupaniopsis Anacardioides is commonly known as the Tuckeroo. Widely used as a street tree due to its hardiness and nature. Requires little maintenance. It has a non invasive root system and will tolerate frost and drought. An evergreen tree which only grows to about 6m tall and about 5m round. Produces cream flowers in autumn.

Dracaena Draco

Dracaena Draco

Dracaena Draco is commonly known as the dragon tree. It is a native to the Canary Islands. It is a very hardy tree which belongs to the dracaena family. It’s growth is very unique and the tree is used in architectural landscaping. A very slow grower which requires well drained soils.

Elaeocarpus Grandis

Elaeocarpus Grandis

Elaeocarpus Grandis is commonly known as the Blue Quondong tree. A rainforest tree which produces blue edible fruit. It grows to about 30m tall. It flowers from March to June and prefers a full sun position.

Elaeocarpus Reticulatus Prima Donna

Elaeocarpus Reticulatus Prima Donna

Commonly known as blueberry ash. A small rainforest tree which grows to about 9m tall and 3m wide. It produces masses of pink flowers in spring. It is a fast growing tree which is fairly hardy and will tolerate light frost. It will grow in most soil types and prefers sub-tropical to warm temperate conditions. It is an evergreen tree which will grow in full sun or part shade.

Flindersia Australis – Crows Ash

Flindersia Australis – Crows Ash

Flindersia Australis is commonly known as Crows Ash. An fairly large Australian native tree which provides great shade. It produces cream flowers from Spring through to late Summer. With its rounded growth habit and non-invasive roots it does make a great street tree. It can grow in full sun or part shade in well drained soil. It normally grows to 8 – 12m tall and 5 – 7m round.

Grevillea Baileyana

Grevillea Baileyana

Commonly known as brown silky oak.

The leaves on this tree have a rusty brown underside and in summer are complemented by sprays of honey scented cream coloured flowers.

It grows well on the eastern coast of Australia. Make sure trees are planted away from underground services as roots can be invasive. It may grow up to 10m tall and 4 m in diameter. It requires very little maintenance and grows well in most soil types. It grows well in part shade to full sun and may tolerate light frost.

Hymenosporum Flavum – Tropical Frangipani

Hymenosporum Flavum – Tropical Frangipani

Hymenosporum Flavum is commonly known as the Native Frangipani. They are an evergreen tree which produces flowers that start out cream and turn to yellow. The flower produces a fairly strong fragrance. It is a rainforest tree which grows to about 8m. This tree prefers to be planted in the ground rather then in a pot. A native to Qld and NSW.

Lophostemon Confertus

Lophostemon Confertus

Lophostemon confertus is commonly known as Qld brush box. It is a native, rainforest tree which grows very quickly. Seldom has problem with pests or diseases. It grows to about 15m tall and up to 10m round and develops dense foliage which provides good shade. They produce small white flowers in summer.

Lophostemon Suaveolens

Lophostemon Suaveolens

Also known as swamp mahogany, swamp box or swamp turpentine. It grows to a medium to large-sized tree, native in Australia and New Guinea. It has red-brown, fibrous-papery, persistent bark. It is a native, rainforest tree which grows very quickly. Seldom has problem with pests or diseases. It grows to about 15m tall and up to 10m round and develops dense foliage which provides good shade. They produce small white flowers in summer.

Melicope Elleryana

Melicope Elleryana

Melicope elleryana is a rainforest tree which is a native to northern NSW and Qld. A large leaved tree which produces magnificent tracts of pink flowers along its branches between January and March. Leaves and bark from this tree are used for medicinal purposes.

Olea Europaea – Olive Tree

Olea Europaea – Olive Tree

Commonly known as the Olive tree, it originated in the Mediterranean area, is a tree which grows to about 7m tall and 5m in diameter and has grey-green leaves. The fruit can be eaten or strained to make olive oil and the wood can also be used for timber. Good watering during flowering and the fruit formation period will help to increase fruit production. A good application of nitrogen in autumn and spring will help to maintain the general health of the plant. The Olive tree is evergreen and can tolerate drought and frost.

Pandanus Baptistii Variegated

Pandanus Baptistii Variegated

Common Name: Pandanus Baptistii Height: 1.5M Spread 1m

Features: Pandanus Baptistii variegated form is a quite attractive plant. It is a variety of Pandanus which is quite different to all the other varieties. It is a clumping variety which only grows to about 1.5m tall and clumps to about 1m round. It is spikeless, prefers full sun although it will grow well in part shade and will grow in most soil types as long as they are well drained.

Pandanus Pedunculatus

Pandanus Pedunculatus

Common Name: Screw Pine

Height: 15m Spread 6m

Features: Bird attracting, Coastal – salt tolerant, Evergreen, Australian native. Coastal plant growing all around the pacific rim. Tree grows multiple heads which form a spreading canopy. Leaves have sharp sword like edges and a propped root system to combat windy conditions. Salt tolerant.

Pandanus Utilis

Pandanus Utilis

Common Name: Madagascar Screwpine or Red Edge Screwpine Height: 20m Spread 8m Features: It produces a robust, stilt rooted trunk and a thick, densely spiraling crown of mildly spiny, light green or sometimes slightly blue-green leaves with very attractive red margins. Prefers full sun, grows in most soil types although not salt tolerant.

Randia fitzalanii (Atractocarpus) 

Randia fitzalanii (Atractocarpus)

Australian native also known as yellow mangosteen. Clusters of small highly fragrant flowers above glossy evergreen foliage. Flowers in spring followed by large yellow-brown edible fruit which are ready to eat when soft. Plant in a partly shaded position in the garden. Prefers warm, moist conditions, grow as far south as Sydney. Mulch and water regularly until the plant is established, usually around 12 weeks. Up to 5 tall and 2-4 m wide.

Syzygium Leuhmanii

Syzygium Leuhmanii

A medium sized rainforest tree native to Australia. It grows 8 – 10 m tall in cultivation. It’s commonly known as riberry, small leaved lilly pilly or cherry satinash. It grows best in volcanic soil or in sandy loam. It is a native to the area between Macleay River, NSW, and Cairns in Qld. The leaves are small and glossy and new flushes of growth are pink to red in colour. The tree flowers in spring/summer followed by the fruit. The fruit has been enjoyed as a gourmet bushfood since the 1980’s. Fruit can be eaten straight from the tree or used in jam, sauces, syrups and confectionary.

Syzygium Oleosum – Blue

Syzygium Oleosum – Blue

Commonly known as the blue lily pilly is a native to eastern Australian rainforests.

It usually grows to between 4 and 15m tall. It has small glossy leaves, which when crushed, produce a fruity scent. It produces white-cream coloured flowers in spring followed by fruit. The fruit can be eaten fresh from the tree or used to make jam, jellies and wine. It is also grown as an ornamental plant.

Waterhousea Floribunda

Syzygium Leuhmanii

Waterhousea floribunda commonly known as the weeping Lilly Pilly. This tree is an evergreen which prefers full sun or light shade. It grows to about 8m in cultivation. It produces cream flowers in summer. It does tolerate light frost and can be used as a screen or windbreak.

Xanthostemon Chrysanthus

Xanthostemon Chrysanthus

Commonly named Golden Penda, also popularly known as First Love is a medium sized rainforest tree. Leaves are glossy green and lance-shaped to about 150 mm long. The flowers occur in clusters near the ends of the branches and are bright yellow and very conspicuous. The stamens are the principal feature of the flowers (similar to its relatives, the eucalypts, bottle brushes, etc). Flowering occurs in summer and autumn. May reach 20m in its natural environment but is usually smaller (12m high x 10m wide) in cultivation

Xanthostemon Chrysanthus Fairhill Gold

Xanthostemon Chrysanthus Fairhill Gold

Is a spectacular golden flowering rainforest tree. Growing 3-4m high and 1.2-2m wide. Plant in full sun in well drained soil.

Xanthostemon Little Goldie

Xanthostemon Little Goldie

Is the dwarf shrub version of the popular native golden penda tree, perfect for small gardens that want to attract birdlife. Can even be grown in a container on the balcony! The leaf colour is particularly appealing on this variety, with new growth of bronze and copper tones with beautiful gold flowers. 1.5m high x 1m wide.