We are Open Mon-Fri 8am-5pm, Sat-Sun 9am-3pm. SEASONAL NATIVE SEEDLING LIST FOR 2012 SPECIES/COMMON WET/ Soil PRICE CODE HEIGHT WB-CO Characteristics NAME SALT Type CODE ACACIA Host plant, hard durable wood. Fl. yellow Jul- ACACIA acuminata 1/1962 6-10m Inland L Oct. Cut wood smells of raspberry jam. A Jam Tree Variety of soils and habitats. ACACIA cochlearis Bushy erect to sprawling shrub 24/1220 2m WB, CO S A Coastal Wattle Fl. yellow balls Aug-Sep. Sandy soils. Medium shrub, tolerates saline soil, drought. ACACIA cyclops 5/8 3m WB, CO S, Li Fl. yellow balls Sep-Jan. Red eyed seeds are A Western Coastal Wattle attractive to birds. Delicate rounded shrub Fl. long yellow ACACIA drummondii 9/791 1m SL,C spikes July-Oct. Prefers some shade and A Drummond's Wattle good drainage. Erect slender shrub, interesting foliage and 30/1436 ACACIA extensa 1.5m SL attractive bark Fl. yellow balls Aug-Oct. A Wiry Wattle Prefers damp areas and sandy soils. Shrub spectacular in flower, full sun, drought ACACIA lasiocarpa hardy. 28/800 1m CO S,G,C A Panjang or Dune Moses Fl. yellow May-Oct. Winter wet areas, coastal dunes. Tolerates salt. Dense pungent shrub, triangular leaves. ACACIA littorea 39/2327 0.5-3m WB, CO S, Li Fl. yellow Aug-Nov. Coastal limestone, A Coastal Dune Wattle dunes. Bushy shrub or tree, stock fodder. Fl. yellow ACACIA microbotrya WB, 16/798 5m L Apr-July. Clay loam or sandy loam, A Manna Wattle Inland roadsides, water courses. Attractive flowers. Bushy shrub, hardy, tolerates coastal ACACIA myrtifolia 18/13 2.5m WB LC,G,S conditions, roadside plantings A Myrtle Wattle Fl. cream yellow May-Jan. Shrub, spectacular in flower, prickly Fl. ACACIA pulchella 23/12 1.5m CO SL,G yellow July-Sept. Low lying areas, swamps, A Prickly Moses near water courses Dense shrub or tree, suckering, blue green ACACIA rostellifera 26/802 3m WB, CO S, Li foliage Fl. yellow July-Dec. Mainly on A Summer Scented Wattle sand dunes. ACACIA saligna Dense weeping shrub or tree, stock fodder 20/15 Golden Wreath Wattle 4m WB, CO SL, G Fl. yellow Jul-Nov. Variety of soils and A (Coojong) conditions. SPECIES/COMMON WET/ Soil PRICE CODE HEIGHT WB-CO Characteristics NAME SALT Type CODE ACACIA urophylla Erect slender open shrub Fl. yellow May-Oct. 31/1437 2.5m SL,G A Tall Leaved Wattle Along creeks and rivers, damp places. AGONIS/ TAXANDRIA Round headed tree with weeping branches, AGONIS flexuosa 50/28 10m WB, CO SL shade tree. Fl. white fragrant Aug-Dec. Chief A WA Peppermint habitat of Ringtail Possums. Understorey. Dense shrub, tall tree. Evergreen foliage, TAXANDRIA juniperina S, CL, 53/ WET 5-13m CO narrow leaves. Fl. white brown centres. A Swamp Wattle G, L Winter wet or permanent swamps. Small tree/shrub. Fl. white Mar-May/Sep- TAXANDRIA linearifolia SL, C, S, 51/30 WET 3m WB Dec. Found near swamps and water A Swamp Peppermint G courses. TAXANDRIA parviceps Most Erect shrub. Fl. white Jul-Oct. 52/31 WET 2m WB A Fine Ti-Tree soils Found in seasonally wet areas. ALLOCASUARINA CASUARINA ALLOCASUARINA Medium sized tree, sparse foliage. Shade 100/37 fraseriana 9m WB SG tree, common on roadsides Fl. May-Jan. A Sheoak Associated with drier granite soils. ALLOCASUARINA Medium sized tree, sparse foliage. Shade 101/36 huegeliana 8m WB SL tree, common on roadsides Fl. May-Jan. A Granite or Rock Sheoak Associated with drier granite soils. ALLOCASUARINA Erect spreading shrub, tolerates frost Fl. 102/1385 humilis 0.5-2m WB SLG red, orange, brown May-Nov. Sand dunes. A Dwarf Casuarina Dieback resistant Tall tree, evergreen, needle like foliage, fast CASUARINA growing Fl. conifer like cones. Nitrogen 650/125 cunninghamiana WET 20m WB SL, G A fixing. Grows along riverbanks, tolerates dry River Sheoak conditions. Small tree, fast growing. Fl. Jan-Dec. CASUARINA obesa SALT 651/126 8m WB C Male/female plants. Excellent in saline soils A Swamp Oak WET and water logging. CALLISTEMON CALLISTEMON glauca Slender erect shrub Large showy red 551/107 speciosus WET 2m SL, C bottlebrush flowers Sept-Dec. Tolerates wet A Albany Bottlebrush and dry, sand or clay. Swampy flats. CALLISTEMON Hardy shrub, brilliant red bottlebrush flowers. 552/110 phoeniceus 4m WB S, LG Sept-Jan. Sandy soils. Suitable for water A Fiery Bottlebrush logging. Small tree, attractive for street planting, CALLISTEMON viminalis 558/116 5m WB S, CL, C weeping habit, fast growing Bright red fl. A Weeping Bottlebrush Sep-Jan. Excellent windbreak. CORYMBIA Tree with rough bark, honky nuts, dense 850/195 CORYMBIA calophylla 20m WB SLG crown, fast growing. Fl. white Dec-May. A Marri or Red Gum Prefers high rainfall areas. Common in WA CORYMBIA calophylla Pink flowering marri. Med to tall spreading 851/ rosea 20m S, L,G tree. Rough bark. Fl. pin k flowers in A Pink Flowered Marri Summer. Tall upright tree, smooth white bark, lemon CORYMBIA citriodora 852/611 30m SLG scented foliage. Fl. white Jul-Sept/Nov-Dec. A Lemon Scented Gum Fast growing, shade. Ornamental medium bushy tree, rough bark, CORYMBIA ficifolia 854/172 10m SG stiff leaves. Fl. red orange Dec-May. Striking A Red Flowering Gum street tree, spectacular floral display. SPECIES/COMMON WET/ Soil PRICE CODE HEIGHT WB-CO Characteristics NAME SALT Type CODE Attractive tall timber tree, smooth mottled CORYMBIA maculata 855/196 30m SLG bark. Fl. white clusters May-Sept. A Spotted Gum Moderately drought tolerant. EUCALYPTUS Fast growing tall tree, drought tolerant, good EUCALYPTUS botryoides Most timber/shade tree Fl. white Dec-Jan. 5004/197 WET 20m WB, CO A Southern Mahogany soils Tolerates wet/ saline, performs well in coastal soil EUCALYPTUS caesia ssp Small tree with pendulous branches, silver 5007/198 magna 7-15m LC foliage, ornamental. Large red fls. May-Aug. A Silver Princess Drought tolerant. EUCALYPTUS Medium tree, timber, honey, fast growing, WET 5010/1143 camaldulensis 18m SL smooth mottled bark Fl. small white Jul-Feb. A SALT River Red Gum Tolerates flooding/saline areas. Tall fast growing tree, strong timber, wide EUCALYPTUS cladocalyx Most 5012/200 30m WB spreading canopy, shade, honey. Fl. white A Sugar Gum soils Jan-Apr. Drought tolerant. EUCALYPTUS cladocalyx Compact bushy tree, fast growing, shade, Most 5013/201 nana 9m WB hardy, glossy leaves. Small white fl. Jan- A soils Dwarf Sugar Gum April.. Small mallee/tree, smooth bark. Fl. yellow EUCALYPTUS green Aug-Nov. Large unusual buds. 5014/1052 conferruminata 7m WB,CO SL A Tolerates saline soil/wind. Ornamental shade Bushy Yate tree. Medium to tall tree, rough bark Showy EUCALYPTUS cornuta WET Most 5074/1837 10-20m WB,CO green/yellow fls. Jan-Nov. Clusters of long A Yate SALT soils horn shaped buds. Dry and wet conditions. EUCALYPTUS decipiens Mallee or small tree, windbreak. Fl. white 5072/1389 6m WB SL A Redheart Aug-Jan. Sand plains, hills, winter moist sites EUCALYPTUS Tall WA timber tree. Smooth bark, fast 5016/203 diversicolor 60m WB SL growing, lots of nectar. Fl. white May/Sept- A Karri Feb. Sandy loam, hillsides EUCALYPTUS Small ornamental tree, smooth bark. Fl. erythrocorys 5018/204 4-9m CO SL ,Li spectacular bright yellow, red caps Feb-Apr. A Illyarrie or Red Capped Needs good drainage. Gum Small mallee or tree, smooth bark. Fl. EUCALYPTUS forrestiana 5082/225 1-3m S,C yellow Jan-Mar/Apr-Jun, bright red buds. A Fuschia Gum Sand plains, near salt lakes. Dry areas. Large fast growing shade tree, blue green EUCALYPTUS globulus 5020/1122 50m WB L foliage, plantation pulpwood. Masses white A Tasmanian Bluegum fls. Sept-Dec. Likes loamy damp soils EUCALYPTUS Large coastal tree, shade, timber, rough grey 5023/209 gomphocephala 30m WB, CO S Li bark. Fl cream Jan-Apr. Coastal sand plains. A Tuart Tolerates drought. Large tree, fast growing, shade, honey, EUCALYPTUS grandis 5024/210 40m WB, CO L shelter belt for stock Fl. cream Apr-May. A Rose Gum Moist sites. Suitable for timber. EUCALYPTUS laeliae White trunked upright shade tree. Fl. cream 5027/224 Darling Range Ghost 10-18m SCG A Dec-Feb. Granite outcrops and hills. Gum EUCALYPTUS Fast growing, large shady crown, open habit. 5031/212 leucoxylon rosea 8m WB SL Fl. pink/crimson Apr-Oct. good for dry A Pink Flowering Gum summer climates, ornamental or windbreak EUCALYPTUS Ornamental sprawling mallee, blue grey macrocarpa leaves, white bark. Lge red/pink fls. Aug- 5068/226 Inland 2-4m S A Mottlecah or Rose of the Jan/Apr-Jun, lge bowl shaped nuts, good West drainage SPECIES/COMMON WET/ Soil PRICE CODE HEIGHT WB-CO Characteristics NAME SALT Type CODE Mallee or small tree, smooth bark, suits small EUCALYPTUS macranda 5070/1391 Inland 3-8m SLC gardens. Fl. yellow green Nov-Apr. Sand A Long Flowered Marlock plains or depressions. Large hard timber tree, shade canopy. Fl. EUCALYPTUS marginata 5035/213 35m WB SLG cream Sept-Feb. Straight trunk, dark green A Jarrah foliage. Common in WA. EUCALYPTUS nicholii Ornamental medium shade tree, short trunk, Most 5038/216 Narrow Leaved 14m compact growth Fl. cream. Mar-May. A soils Peppermint Tolerates limestone. Drought/frost tolerant. Medium tree, shady crown, quick growing. EUCALYPTUS WET Fl. cream white Nov-May. Drought/frost 5039/217 occidentalis 12m SL A SALT tolerant. Suitable for saline Flat Topped Yate soils/waterlogging Tree, rough bark, fast growing. Fl. cream Jul- EUCALYPTUS patens 5042/218 WET 3-25m WB SL Aug/Nov-Feb Tolerant of temporary flooding, A WA Blackbutt likes moist soils. Ornamental flowering shrub. Large yellow fls EUCALYPTUS preissiana 5080/1793 2-3m CO S,G, CL Aug-Nov. followed by bell shaped nuts .Well A Bell Fruited Mallee drained soils, Small gardens Medium timber tree, dense canopy, shade, EUCALYPTUS robusta 5049/221 WET 20m SLC rough bark Fl. white May-Jul. Winter wet A Swamp Mahogany areas, tolerates flooding. Medium shade tree, soil stabiliser, slightly EUCALYPTUS rudis WET 5051/222 15m WB SL salt tolerant. Fl. cream Jul-Sept. Sandy/loam A WA Flooded Gum SALT soil, wetter parts Large ornamental tree, smooth bark, fast EUCALYPTUS saligna 5053/223 35m SL,L growing Fl. white Jan-Mar. Poorer soils, loam A Sydney Blue Gum or sandy loam. EUCALYPTUS Slow growing tree used for timber, pretty Most 5054/1021 salmonophoia 25m Inland satiny salmon bark. Fl. cream/white Aug- A soils Salmon Gum Dec. Poor soils, frost /drought tolerant. Ornamental tree, rough bark, dense foliage, EUCALYPTUS sargentii Inland 5056/228 SALT 10m SL tolerates waterlogging. Fl. white/cream Aug- A Salt River Gum WB Jan. Salt swamps and creek lines. EUCALYPTUS Hardy medium tree, brown black bark, Most 5057/229 sideroxylon 20m Inland timber, shade, blue grey foliage. Fl. A soils Red Iron Bark white/pink Jun-Aug. Tolerates frost/drought. Ornamental tree, smooth reddish bark. Fl. EUCALYPTUS spathulata 5059/230 SALT 8m Inland SL, CL creamy white, red bud caps Oct-Apr. Fast - A Swamp Mallet growing. Saline soils, salt depressions. EUCALYPTUS todtiana Mallee or tree, rough fibrous bark, weeping 5081/1794 Coastal Blackbutt 15m CO S habit, slow grower. Fl. cream Jan-Apr. A (Pricklybark) Prefers good drainage. Coastal sand plains. Small tree, rough bark, pretty pink/red fls EUCALYPTUS torquata Aug-Dec, red horn like buds. Good street 5063/231 7m Inland L,C A Coral Gum tree, tolerates dry, frost. Stony loam or clay. Bushy to the ground tree, fast growing, EUCALYPTUS utilis excellent windbreak/shade for coastal areas. 5044/219 (platypus) 5m WB, CO S, CL,L A Fl. tiny white Sept-Jan. Tolerates wind, Coastal Moort drought, salt. Small/medium tree, striking smooth white EUCALYPTUS victrix trunk, suits small gardens. Fl. white/cream 5083/1289 6-8m Inland S,C,L A Snow Queen Nov-Mar. Drought /heat tolerant. Slow. Medium sized tree, powdery white smooth EUCALYPTUS wandoo 5066/233 25m Inland SL, G,C bark, hard timber, shade, honey. Fl. cream A Wandoo or White Gum Dec-May. SPECIES/COMMON WET/ Soil PRICE CODE HEIGHT WB-CO Characteristics NAME SALT Type CODE EUCALYPTUS Single trunk, smooth whitish-grey bark, 5085/ woodwardii 8-15m Inland S weeping branches. Fl. large bright lemon- A Lemon-flowered Gum yellow Aug-Nov. Ornamental/attracts birds. LEPTOSPERMUM LEPTOSPERMUM Medium shrub/small tree, lemon scented petersonii 1854/330 4m WB,CO SC foliage, weeping branches, fast growth, good A Lemon Scented Tea screen. Fl. white Sept-Feb. Tree LEPTOSPERMUM Medium rounded shrub/small tree, weeping 1855/331 polygalifolium 4m WB,CO SC branches, fast growth and hardy. Fl. white A Tantoon Tea Tree Oct-Dec. Tolerates wind/acidic soils. LEPTOSPERMUM Rounded shrub to 2m. Fl. large pink May- 1859/ sericeum 0.5-3m WB,CO S Oct. Silvery grey foliage. Profuse flowerer, A Silver Tea Tree frost hardy and tolerates salt winds. MELALEUCA Small densely foliaged tree, red/pink buds MELALEUCA armillaris Most 2001/358 5m WB open to white bottlebrush flowers Oct-Nov. A Bracelet Honey Myrtle soils Drought/salt tolerant. Screen Tree or shrub, often twisted branches, 2003/360 MELALEUCA cuticularis WET Most 8m WB,CO papery white bark. Shade. Fl. cream Aug- A Saltwater Paperbark SALT soils Nov. Suits swampy saline soils. Bushy compact shrub, hardy in most soils. Fl MELALEUCA densa 2037/1393 1-2m S,G ,C cream/ lemon Oct-Nov. Seasonally wet A Lemon Honey Myrtle areas, swamps. Erect shrub, bushy windbreak. Fl. yellow- MELALEUCA diosmifolia 2004/361 2m WB S green Sept-Oct. Suitable for dry to wet A Green Honey Myrtle areas. Frost hardy. Erect shrub, bark slightly papery and grey. MELALEUCA elliptica Fl. red bottlebrush Jun or Sept to Dec/Jan. 2005/378 Granite 1-4m S A Found in sandy soils and granite rock. Bottlebrush Extremely hardy. MELALEUCA fulgens Most Woody erect shrub, narrow leaves Fl. showy 2033/807 1-3m A Scarlet Honey Myrtle soils. scarlet/apricot Jul-Dec. Long flowering Bushy, broom-like shrub Fl. white, pinky MELALEUCA hamulosa WET Most 2007/368 3-4m mauve Sept-Jan. Most soils including A Creekline Honey Myrtle SALT soils saline/wet and dry. Frost hardy. Shrub or tree, good foliage, screen plant. Fl. MELALEUCA huegelii 2008/364 3m WB,CO S ,Li white, pink, purple slender spikes Sept-Jan. A Chenille Honey Myrtle Sand, coastal limestone. Frost hardy. Shrub, soft weeping habit, blue grey foliage. MELALEUCA incana 2009/362 WET 2m WB SL Fl. creamy yellow July-Oct. Winter wet A Grey Honey Myrtle depressions and swamps. Frost tolerant. Dense, low branching, dark foliaged tree, MELALEUCA lanceolata Most hardy, resistant to salt spray, fast growing. 2010/365 5-8m WB,CO A Rottnest Tea Tree soils Fl. white Jan-Sep. Spectacular in flower. Coastal. Branching erect shrub sometimes to MELALEUCA lateriflora WET 6m.Fl.white Nov-Feb. Salt flats, winter wet 2013/1786 Oblong Leaf Honey 1-2.5m WB S,CL A SALT areas and creek lines. Will take semi dry Myrtle conditions Erect compact shrub, windbreak. Fl .long MELALEUCA lateritia 2012/366 WET 1.5m WB,W SL,C orange/red spikes Sept-Apr. Swampy areas, A Robin Redbreast Bush water logging. Frost hardy. MELALEUCA linariifolia Small tree with attractive white paperbark, Narrow Leaved low branches, dense canopy. Fluffy white 2015/546 5-10m WB SL A Paperbark or Snow in perfumed fl. Dry/boggy conditions, frost Summer hardy Large shrub, attractive foliage. Fl. pink purple MELALEUCA nesophila Most 2017/369 4m WB,CO pompoms Sept-Jan. Hardy/fast growing A Showy Honey Myrtle soils windbreak, tolerates dryness. SPECIES/COMMON WET/ Soil PRICE CODE HEIGHT WB-CO Characteristics NAME SALT Type CODE Bushy crowned paperbark tree Fl. white MELALEUCA preissiana 2018/945 WET 2-8m WB SL spikes Nov-Jan .Wet swampy non-saline A Moonah or Modong soils. Spreading dainty shrub, unusual claw like MELALEUCA pulchella 2019/942 WET 0.5-3m S,SL,L flowers. Fl. pink purple May-Jul/Oct-Mar. A Claw Honey Myrtle Sandy soils, swamps, sand plains. Erect shrub, dense. Fl. pink mauve fluffy MELALEUCA radula 2040/1785 1-2m S,C,L Sept-Nov. Suited to most soils with good A Graceful Honey Myrtle drainage. Showy in flower MELALEUCA Bushy often many stemmed tree or shrub, WET 2021/371 rhaphiophylla 5m WB SL papery bark, dense crown, shade. Fl. white A SALT Swamp Paperbark Jul-Jan. Salt tolerant/waterlogging. Swamps. Erect shrub, pointed leaves, tolerates shade. MELALEUCA teretifolia 2031/1433 WET 2.5m WB SL Fl. white Oct-Jan. Winter wet depressions A Banbar and swamps. Small shrub, coastal conditions. Fl. bright MELALEUCA thymoides 2038/1394 SALT 1m CO S yellow Sept-Jan. Often exposed to sea winds A Sand Wattle Myrtle and on coastal cliffs/damp areas. MELALEUCA trichophylla Straggly rounded shrub. Fl. pink, purple Aug- 2027/1045 0.5-1m S,G A Pretty Honey Myrtle Dec. Bird attracting. Erect multi stemmed shrub. Fl. pale yellow MELALEUCA uncinata SALT 2029/376 3m WB SL Jul-Dec. Saline/winter wet areas, sand A Broombush DRY plains. Frost hardy. Dense bushy windbreak shrub or small tree. MELALEUCA viminea WET 2030/377 4m WB,CO SL,C Fl. white Jul-Dec. Near creeks, wet A Mohan SALT depressions, sandy or clayey soils. STRAPPY PLANTS, GRASS,SEDGE ANIGOZANTHOS flavidus Tall strappy leaved plant with green/yellow fl. Most 151/45 Tall Green Kangaroo 1-2m Sep-Jan. Hardiest of kangaroo paws, mass A soils Paw plant bird attracting. Best in full sun. ANIGOZANTHOS flavidus Tall flowering stems, multi flowers, clump of 156/2032 red 1m SL strap like leaves Fl. red Sep-Jan. Hardy, A Tall Red Kangaroo Paw tolerates wet/dry. ANIGOZANTHOS manglesii WA Floral Emblem. Fl. red and green Sept- 153/47 1m SL A Red & Green Kangaroo Nov. Needs sandy well drained soil. Paw ANIGOZANTHOS viridus Most Small kangaroo paw. Fl. bright green Aug- 155/1238 WET 50cm A Green Kangaroo Paw soils Oct. Tolerates damper conditions. Grass with green serrated strappy leaves. CONOSTYLIS aculeata 801/1399 50cm S,SL,L Vivid yellow fl. heads on long stems Sept- A Prickly Conostylis Oct. Use as border plants. Sunny position. Narrow clumps of silver-grey foliage, clusters CONOSTYLIS candicans 800/1312 30cm CO S, SL,L of yellow fls on long stems Aug-Sept. Use A Grey Cottonheads in rockeries. Full sun. Wiry rush with brown flower spikes on stem FICINIA nodosa WET, 2850/1242 1m WB,CO S in Summer, drought tolerant. Prefers moist A Knotted Club Rush SALT soils. Full sun/light shade. Soil stabiliser. Sparse dark green pointed leaves, dark JUNCUS kraussii WET, 3302/1243 1m CO SL, S brown fls .in loose clusters Nov-Dec. Grows A Dune Slack Rush SALT in saline areas. JUNCUS pallidus Wetland sedge. Needs full sun. Fl. pale 3301/2094 Pale Rush WET 2m SL, S A yellow Oct-Nov. Hardy in wet areas. (Giant Rush) Evergreen slender sedge. Heavy Most soils/swampy areas. Fl. bronze-brown Oct- JUNCUS subsecundus 3303/2410 Finger Rush WET 0.3-1m soils, Jan. Sun/part shade. Suits bog gardens and A clay ponds. SPECIES/COMMON WET/ Soil PRICE CODE HEIGHT WB-CO Characteristics NAME SALT Type CODE PATERSONIA Small native grass, generally hardy. Fl. SC, CL, 2100/1179 occidentalis 40cm purple Aug-Jan. Variety of soils, winter wet A G Native Iris areas. Spectacular flower display. MIXED SPECIES Erect slender shrub Fl. yellow, red, brown 2916/1834 AOTUS gracillima WET 0.5-2m SC,S C Aug-Dec. Peaty sand, swamps, winter wet A flats. ASTARTEA fascicularis Small erect shrub, small tea tree flowers, Most 201/511 white WET 1m hardy, fast growing. Fl. white Jun-Mar. A soils Astartea Adapts to most soils. Good cut flower. Silver-grey shrub. Fl. cream, yellow grey ATRIPLEX cinerea 2907/2330 1m CO S, Li Sept-Dec. Tolerates salt and found on saline A Grey Saltbush sand coastal areas, cliffs. ATRIPLEX isatadea 0.5- Erect shrub. Fl. Mar-Jun .Salt tolerant. White 2908/ SALT CO S A Coast Saltbush 2.5m sand, coastal dunes. Prevents soil erosion. Attractive showy red bottlebrush fls. Jan-Apr BEAUFORTIA sparsa 350/74 WET 2m S, SL growing perpendicular to the stem. Prefers A Swamp Bottle Brush moist well drained sites. BOSSIAEA eriocarpa Erect or straggly shrub. Fl. brown/ yellow pea 452/1245 1m SL A Brown Pea Jul-Oct. Sandy soils. Erect shrub. Fl. red and yellow pea Jul-Dec. BOSSIAEA linophylla 451/1239 3m SL Coastal limestone and dunes, granite A Golden Cascade outcrops. Tree or shrub, dense crowns of pine like CALLITRIS preissii S, L, G. 2750/118 5-8m CO, WB foliage. Male and female cones on same tree A Rottnest Island Pine Li Fl. Oct-Nov. Salt lakes. CALOTHAMNUS Erect multi stemmed shrub with pine like 603/586 graniticus 1-2m WB C,G foliage. Fl .red Jun-Aug. Floral emblem of A Granite Claw flower Busselton Shire. CALOTHAMNUS 0.5- Erect slender shrub. Fl. red. Prefers grey or 602/ S,C A lateralis 1.5m black peaty sand or clay. CALOTHAMNUS Red claw like one-sided flowering spikes, 600/120 quadrifidus 2m CO,WB SL needle like leaves, screen plant Fl. red Aug- A One Sided Bottlebrush Dec. Fast growing in open position. Hardy. CALOTHAMNUS Erect to open spreading shrub. Fl. red Mar- 601/938 sanguineus 2m S, Li A Nov Sand plains or limestone ridges. Blood Red Net Bush CARPOBRUTUS Succulent groundcover, sand binder, useful Prostrat 2600/811 virescens CO S in rockeries or near the coast. Fl. pink, white, A e Coastal Pigface purple Jun-Jan. Drought and salt tolerant Erect straggling shrub, shade or sun. Fl. CHORIZEMA cordatum orange/red Jul-Dec. Found near rocky 700/142 1m SL, G, C A Heart Leaved Flame Pea outcrops and along water courses. Colourful shrub. Rhizome, tussocky perennial grass or herb. GAHNIA trifida WET, 2853/2328 1.5m CO S ,CL Fl. yellow, brown Aug-Oct. Swamps, creeks, A Coast Saw-sedge SALT sometimes saline soil, moist habitat Largest grevillea, fast growing shade tree, GREVILLEA robusta 1301/270 15-20m SL, SC timber. Young growth rust coloured. Fl. B Silky Oak orange Oct-Nov. Bird attracting, most soils. HARDENBERGIA Vigorous native climber, clusters of small 1400/283 comptoniana Climber CO S, L purple pea flowers Jul-Sep. Common in A Native Wisteria bushland, tall scrub and forest. Slender shrub. Fl. blue, purple, white Aug- HOVEA elliptica Most 1550/1405 WET 3m Dec. Found on rocky outcrops, sand dunes. A Tree Hovea soils Found in Karri, Jarrah and Marri forest. Erect pungent shrub. Fl. blue/purple May- HOVEA pungens 20cm- Most 1551/1400 Nov. Found on granite outcrops, sand A Devil's Pins 1.5m soils plains/limestone. SPECIES/COMMON WET/ Soil PRICE CODE HEIGHT WB-CO Characteristics NAME SALT Type CODE HOVEA trisperma 10cm- Most Weak straggly shrub needle like leaves. Fl. 1552/1957 A Common Hovea 70cm soils blue/purple May-Nov. HYPOCALYMMA Erect multi stemmed plant, fine soft foliage. 1600/944 angustifolium 1m CO S, SC Fl. white/pink Jun-Oct. Found along water A White Myrtle courses and hillsides. Profuse flowering. HYPOCALYMMA Erect shrub. Fl. pink or red. Prefers sandy 1601/ robustum 1m S, SC A soils. Swan River Myrtle JACKSONIA furcellata Irregular shaggy shrub. Fl. yellow/orange/red 2914/1689 3m CO S A Grey Stinkwood Oct-Mar. Found in swampy and sandy areas. Twining or trailing shrub or climber. Fl. KENNEDIA coccinea 1750/301 Climber SLG red/yellow/pink pea Aug-Nov. Found on A Coral Vine sandy soils KENNEDIA prostrata Prostrate or twining shrub. Fl. red pea Apr- 1752/1963 Runner SLG A Running Postman Nov. Usually found on sandy gravelly soils. Hardy robust shrub with bright red KUNZEA baxteri 1801/305 2m SG bottlebrush fl. Jul-Mar. Sandy soils, granite A Baxter's Kunzea outcrops, hills. Good windbreak/hedge. Erect shrub. Fl. yellow, cream Jul-Dec. KUNZEA ericifolia 1803/1432 3m S, SL Found on seasonally wet swamps and moist A Spearwood areas. KUNZEA glabrescens Shrub. Fl. yellow Oct-Nov. Edge of swamps, 1805/1401 1.5-4m C, S A Spearwood lakes and rivers. Erect shrub. Fl. pink purple/white cream 0.3- 1806/ KUNZEA micrantha S,C, L Sept-Dec. Likes winter wet A 1.5m depressions/peaty soils. Erect or ascending shrub. Fl. pink/mauve KUNZEA recurva 1804/523 WET 2m S, SL, G Aug-Nov. Winter wet depressions and rocky A Mauve Kunzea slopes. PERICALYMMA Erect shrub. Fl. white Sep-Dec. Found on 2904/1406 ellipticum WET 3m C, S A swampy sandy well drained soil. Swamp Tea Tree Fast growing plantation tree. Prefers good PINUS radiata Most 2200/610 30m drainage, tolerates frost, grows on slopes B Radiata Pine soils Used for timber/pulp Slender shrub 1-2m high. Fl. PULTENAEA skinneri yellow/orange/red Jul-Sept. Sandy or clay 2914/1416 1-2m S, C A Skinner's Pea soils, winter wet areas. Floral emblem of Capel Shire. Erect shrub. Fl. pink purple Jan-Dec. Winter 2502/1789 REGELIA ciliata WET 1.5m WB S A wet depressions, white or grey sand. SPYRIDIUM globulosum Tall dark erect shrub Fl. white Jun-Nov. 2905/1422 3m WB, CO S, Li A Basket Bush Found on coastal sand dunes and limestone VIMINARIA juncea WET, Erect weeping shrub. Fl yellow Oct-Jan. 3150/1244 5m CO S, SL, C A Swish Bush SALT Near swamps and winter wet areas. Ornamental small tree with dark flaky bark, XYLOMELUM occidentale woody fruit Fl. cream Dec-Feb. Slow 2915/2334 8m CO S B Woody Pear growing, prefers sun, good drainage and mulched roots. BANKSIA/ DRYANDRA/ HAKEA Small bushy shrub or tree. Fl. bright orange BANKSIA ashbyii 300/58 1-8m CO S Feb-Sep/Dec. Suits dry areas. Fast growing B Ashby's Banksia great cut flower. Coastal areas/sand. BANKSIA attenuata Common tree, narrow serrated leaves, 313/59 Candlestick or Slender 7-10m S, Li rough bark. Fl. slender bright yellow spikes B Banksia Oct-Feb. Grows on sand dunes and plains SPECIES/COMMON WET/ Soil PRICE CODE HEIGHT WB-CO Characteristics NAME SALT Type CODE Small shrub Fl .large woolly brown/yellow BANKSIA baueri 319/1791 0.5-2m S May-Oct. Fast growing understorey plant. B Possum Banksia Sun or light shade. Range of soils. Shrub, quick growing, sits on top of the BANKSIA blechnifolia ground. Loves deep sandy soil, drought 326/ 0.7m S B Fern Leaf banksia resistant. Fl. red/pink and cream/orange red/brown Sep-Nov. Small tree or shrub beautiful cut flower. BANKSIA coccinea 302/1227 2-4m CO S Squat scarlet flower heads May-Jan. Coastal B Scarlet Banksia sands or swamps. BANKSIA dallanneyi Prostrate. Fl. yellow-brown/cream-pink Jun- 324/ (D.lindleyana) 0.3m S, G B Sept. Couch Honeypot Tree or shrub (south coast). Leaves for BANKSIA grandis 304/61 8m S floristry, cones for wood turning. Fl. yellow B Bull Banksia green Sep-Jan. Understorey, good drainage BANKSIA hookeriana Dense shrub. Fl. yellow orange Apr-Oct. 325/ 0.5-3m CO S B Hooker’s Banksia Ornamental/cut flower. Tree or shrub. Fl. yellow/orange Mar-Aug. BANKSIA littoralis 306/ WET 1.5-12m S Grows in low lying or seasonally damp B Swamp Banksia areas. Shrub or tree with attractive two-toned acorn BANKSIA menziesii type flowers Fl. orange/red Feb-Aug. Fire 307/64 10m S, SL B Firewood Banksia tolerant. Well drained sandy soils. Dwarf form, attractive shrub. Fl. orange/red BANKSIA menziesii dwarf 308/65 4m S Feb-Aug. Hardy, flowers used in floristry. B Dwarf Menzies Banksia Needs good drainage. Small dense, erect shrub. Fl. gold May-Sep. BANKSIA nivea S, L, C, 320/1792 0.5m Hardy if soil is cool and well drained. Sandy B Couch Honey Pot G clay or gravel soils. Shrub or small tree, Fl. cream orange Feb- BANKSIA prionotes 310/825 6-10m CO S Aug. Frost hardy/fast growing. Used as cut B Acorn Banksia flower. Sandy coastal plains. Prostrate shrub. Slow growing, hardy. Fl. BANKSIA repens 321/1228 0.4m CO S,G brown yellow orange Sep-Nov. from the B Creeping Banksia ground. Unusual leaves. Coastal Large fast growing tree. Fl. yellow orange BANKSIA seminuda red Mar-Aug. Prefers sites close to water or 318/1424 WET 25m S, L,C B River Banksia underground moisture in Jarrah or Marri forest. Attractive fast growing shrub, saw toothed BANKSIA speciosa leaves. 312/71 8m S,C B Showy Banksia Fl. yellow green cream May-Jan. Moderately frost tolerant. Needs good drainage. Shrub or small tree, prickly leaves, good DRYANDRA sessilis 322/2335 4-6m S, Li, G source of nectar. Fl. cream yellow May-Nov. B Parrot Bush Revegetation Erect slender shrub, smooth grey bark. Fl. HAKEA amplexicaulis 1362/2336 1-3m C,L,G white cream pink Aug-Oct. Strong sweet B Prickly Hakea scent Drought and frost tolerant. Upright shrub. Attracts birds, spectacular HAKEA bucculenta Most 1350/279 4m WB,CO long red fl. spikes May-Oct. Sun/part shade. B Red Pokers soils Drought/frost tolerant Erect few branched shrub with cup- like 1364/ HAKEA cucullata 4m G leaves. Fl. pink to reddish pink May-Nov. B Scallops or Cup Hakea Unusual/ornamental. Tall erect stiff shrub/small tree. Fl. showy 1366/ HAKEA francisiana S,SL, 3-8m clusters of large spikes deep red or pink. B Grass-leaved Hakea SG,C Frost tolerant. Likes free draining soil. SPECIES/COMMON WET/ Soil PRICE CODE HEIGHT WB-CO Characteristics NAME SALT Type CODE Tall open shrub, forms dense thickets. Fl. 1363/2337 HAKEA lasianthoides WET 6m WB SL , SG white cream Sept-Nov. Wildlife habitat, frost B tolerant. Small ornamental tree, pretty pink/red pin HAKEA laurina Most 1351/280 5m WB cushion type fl. Apr-Aug. Hardy, tolerates B Pin Cushion Hakea soils frost. Well drained soils. Attracts birds. Erect to sprawling pungent shrub Fl. white HAKEA lissocarpha 1359/821 1m WB SG pink Jun-Sep. Understorey plant. Drought B Honey Bush and frost tolerant. Revegetation. Upright coastal shrub or understorey. Fl. HAKEA oleifolia Most 1353/281 5m CO,WB large white Aug-Oct. Frost/salt spray B Olive-leaved Hakea soils tolerant. Shade, wood products. Erect to spreading shrub, prickly leaves. HAKEA prostrata Most 1357/1457 3m WB Masses white cream scented fls. Aug-Nov. B Harsh Hakea soils Wildlife habitat, revegetation. Dense prickly shrub. Has sweetly scented HAKEA ruscifolia 1360/822 1-3m S,G white flowers Dec-Jan. Understorey, hardy, B Candle Spike Hakea drought tolerant. Revegetation. Dense shrub. Fl. whitish pink Apr-Oct. HAKEA trifurcata 0.5- S, L, G, 1365/ Strongly scented and attracts birds/bees. B Two-leaved Hakea 2.5m Li Good cut flower. Large shrub, slightly prickly. Fl. White/cream 1361/823 HAKEA varia S, SL, C, Jul-Nov. WET 3m WB B Holly Leaved Hakea G Seasonally wet areas, frost tolerant. Sun/part shade. Hedge or revegetation. Erect slender shrub with unusual and HAKEA victoria colourful foliage. Stiff variegated leaves. Fl. 1367/ 1-2.5m S B Royal Hakea Creamy white Jul-Oct. Rapid growth- best in full sun. BOYANUP BOTANICAL PRICES FOR 2012 st Orders will be available from the 1 of June. All prices are current for this season only CODE A Full tray of one species (64 cell tray) $43.00 (GST Inc.) Full tray of two species (32 of each variety) $57.00 (GST Inc.) Pick & mix your own seedlings-$1.50 per seedling. CODE B Full tray of one species (63 deep cell trays) $65.00 (GST Inc.) Full tray of two species (Banksia & Hakea) $84.00 (GST Inc.) Pick & mix your own seedlings -$2.75 per seedling Plus a refundable tray deposit of $5.00 per tray. (Receipts for refunds must be presented). When placing your order please write the plant code number as well as the plant name to ensure you receive the correct seedlings. Please write the approximate date you will be picking them up or need them delivered. Orders will only be taken for amounts of Half or Full Trays (same species)-smaller amounts st will be available in our Pick and Mix Section at the Nursery after June 1 2012. st Orders cancelled after June 1 2012 will be charged at normal prices. Please ensure all st orders are picked up by 31 August 2012 unless a prior arrangement has been made. THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING YOUR LOCAL NURSERY BOYANUP BOTANICAL SEASONAL NATIVE TUBE LIST FOR 2012 Tube size is 50mm and all tubes need to be pre-ordered before January 31st 2012. Price per tube will be $2.80 (GST Inclusive). Discount will apply to orders above 100 tubes-please contact us for price. SPECIES/COMMON WET/ Soil Price CODE NAME SALT HEIGHT WB-CO Type Characteristics Code 296 ADENANTHOS meisneri 0.2- WB,CO L, S, G Erect or semi prostrate shrub. $2.80 Prostrate Woolly Bush 1.5m Erect rush, brown seed heads. Fl. brown Oct- BAUMEA juncea WET, 2851/819 1m S Mar. Waterlogged soil. Full sun/light shade. $1.65 Bare Twig Rush SALT Suits bog garden Twining climber or shrub to 1m. Blue bell like BILLIARDIERA 472 Most fls in Dec-Feb. Fleshy blue fruits, bush heterophylla Climber CO $2.80 soils. tucker. Hardy, low screen. Needs sunny Bluebell Creeper position. BRACHYSEMA Evergreen spreading shrub with long thin 1.2- 2920/ celsianum CO S, SG branches. Fl. clusters red pea Aug-Nov. $2.80 1.5m Swan River Pea Tolerates part shade/light frost. Tall shrub or small tree. Abundant multiple CALLISTEMON Most heads of crimson fl. Spikes in 108 4m $2.80 Kings Park Special soils Spring/Summer. Likes moist to wet soil, full sun. Tolerates dry. Erect small branched shrub. Fl. orange red DAVIESIA decurrens 1100/2310 1m L, C, G Jun-Sept. Prefers well drained slopes near $2.80 Prickly Bitter-Pea rivers. Blue green upright foliage, grows in clumps DIANELLA revoluta Most Dominant understorey plant. Fl. pale blue 2855/1404 1m Aug-Jan/Apr. followed by blue berries. $1.65 Blue flax-lily soils Hardy. Sun/part shade. Hardy shrub to 2m. Long tubular fls. Yellow, EREMOPHILA glabra Most green or red Mar-Dec. Bird attracting, suits 1259 2m $2.80 Tar Bush soils dry climates. Tolerates moderate frosts, long flowering. Dense groundcover with silvery grey leaves. EREMOPHILA Prostrat Perfect foliage contrast. Yellow tubular fl. In 622 CO S, CL, Li $2.80 Kalbarri Carpet e Spring/Summer. Suits hot dry spots in garden. Salt spray tolerant. GOMPHOLOBIUM Erect shrub Fl. yellow pea Jul-Jan. Coastal 2912/2333 tomentosum 1m S, Li $2.80 limestone and sand dunes. Hairy Yellow Pea Dense dark green carpet with conifer like GREVILLEA crithmifolia Prostrat Most foliage. Strongly scented cream flowers in 934 CO $2.80 Green Carpet e soils Spring. Vigorous ground cover. Drought tolerant. Full sun/part shade. GREVILLEA crithmifolia 0.6- Dense upright shrub. Fl. white pink Jun-Nov. 264 CO,WB S,Li $2.80 Upright 2.5m Likes coastal limestone soils. GREVILLEA thelmanniana 0.3- Spreading shrub. Fl. pink-red May-Nov. 1569 S,SC, L $2.80 Spider Net Grevillea 1.5m Drought tolerant, bird attracting. SPECIES/COMMON WET/ Soil Price CODE NAME SALT HEIGHT WB-CO Type Characteristics Code Erect sprawling prickly shrub with white flowers most of year. Tolerates frost, heavy 1872 GREVILLEA vestita 0.5-3m CO S, Li $2.80 pruning. Suits dry climates. Hedge with many flowers. Erect sprawling shrub. Fl. yellow buttercup HIBBERTIA cuneiformis 289 1-3m CO,WB S, L like Jan-Mar or Jun-Nov. Found on coastal $2.80 Cut Leaf Hibbertia dunes, swampy plains. KENNEDIA Trailing or twining shrub/climber. Fl. unusual 1754/1241 nigricans Climber CO S black and yellow/orange pea Jul-Nov. Large $2.80 Black Kennedia mid green leaves. Coastal dunes Compact habit. Leaves soft white, fl. yellow LEUCOPHYTA brownii heads fading to white all year depending on 335 0.35m CO,WB S,Li $2.80 Cushion Bush rainfall. Drought tolerant, tip prune. Highly exposed areas, limestone and sand drift. Erect much branched shrub, silvery green 1308/1308 OLEARIA axillaris foliage. CO S, Li $2.80 Coastal Daisybush Fl. yellow Jan-Jul/Nov-Dec. Coastal dunes, limestone. Numerous spikes of sky blue flowers Aug- ORTHROSANTHUS laxus 2913/2329 0.5m S, L Oct. Clumps of strappy leaves. Free draining $1.65 Morning Iris soil, suits rockeries or borders. ORTHROSANTHUS Clump forming grass. Spikes of blue flowers polystachyus 0.6- 2918/2668 CL,S Sept-Nov. Prefers part shade, water in hot $1.65 Many Spike 1.2m and dry weather. Orthrosanthus Erect dense shrub. Dome shaped, plants PIMELEA ferruginea covered in pink fls. Sept-Nov. Like protected 414 0.8-1m S,Li $2.80 Coast banjine areas, full sun, tip prune to keep shape. Adapts to variety of soil types. Spreading shrub. Fl. cream/yellow green RHAGODIA baccata S,L ,G, 2503/1790 0.5-2m CO Feb/May-Oct/Dec. Red berries. Found on $2.80 Berry Saltbush Li coastal rocky areas and sand dunes. SCAEVOLA Erect or spreading shrub. Fl. blue/white Jul- 0.1- 2921 crassifolia CO S, Li Dec or Jan-Feb. Found on coastal dunes and $2.80 1.5m Thick-leaved Fan-flower limestone cliffs. Multi branched shrub, grey to green oval TEMPLETONIA retusa SL, C, leaves 2400/547 1-2m WB, CO $2.80 Cockies Tongues G, Li Fl .red/white/yellow Apr-Nov. Coastal cliffs and roadsides. Rounded shrub 50cm x 50cm.Grey-green VERTICORDIA plumosa 830 0.5m S,CL, G leaves. Pink flowers in Spring. Likes moist $2.80 Plumed Feather Flower situations. Small rounded shrub, suits coastal situations. WESTRINGEA dampieri 0.5- 1306 WB, CO S, Li Fl.white Jun-Dec or Jan. Prefers sandy well $2.80 Shore Westringea 1.5m drained soil. Hardy. Rounded shrub 2m across. White fls.most of WESTRINGEA fruiticosa Most the year, abundant flowers in Nov. Hardy in 498 1.5-2m WB, CO $2.80 Coastal Rosemary soils any situation, resistant to salt spray. Useful screen plant, suitable for hedge. Small compact dwarf cultivar reaching 1m 500 WESTRINGEA Most x1m.has silvery grey foliage with soft blue 1m WB, CO $2.80 Jervis Gem soils mauve fls. Mainly in Spring. Needs little Summer watering once established. Hedge. 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