KEY WD Well drained Coastal Exposure Ratings (1) EXTREME

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WD       Well drained

Coastal Exposure Ratings
(1*) EXTREME For very exposed sites
(1)  SEVERE
(2)  MODERATE where there is some protection from existing vegetation
(3)  SLIGHT      a good belt of vegetation between the plant and the sea
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The Australian Plants Society is worth joining to gain knowledge of Australian plants in general.
There are local branches in Warrnambool & Hamilton.
Seed Suppliers : Where possible, it's best to collect your own seed, but reliable seed suppliers
include:          Nindethana Seed Service                 Australian Seed Company
                 P.O. BOX 2121                                P.O. Box 67
                 ALBANY W.A. 6330                            Hazelbrook N.S.W.
                Ph (08) 9844 3533                         ( For larger quantities only)

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ACACIA
ACINACEA (Golden Dust Wattle) 60cm-2.5m Most soil, incl. clay, yellow fl Aug-Dec
ACULEATISSIMA (Thin leaf wattle) Low form. 0.2-0.4m Fl june-nov. WD, inc heavy clay.
BAILEYANA (Cootamundra Wattle) 5-6m wd Golden yellow fl July-Sept...........................(2)
BAILEYANA PURPUREA as above, purple new growth
BAILEYANA PROSTRATE to 30cm x 3-4m wide.
BOORMANII (Snowy River Wattle) 3-5m Most soil, Bright yellow fl July -Oct
CALAMIFOLIA (Wallowa) 2-5m Golden-yellow fl July-Nov WD, fullsun/part shade, lime tolerant
COGNATA 4-10m Moist soil, Pendulous habit, pale yellow fl Aug-Dec
CYCLOPS(Western Coastal Wattle) 2-4m most soil incl wet, yellow fl Sept, Oct................(1)
DEALBATA (Silver Wattle) 7-16m most soil incl moist, yellow fl July-Oct
DECURRRENS (Early Black Wattle) 5-15m Adaptable, yellow fl July-Nov
DRUMMONDI (Drummond Wattle) 60cm-2m WD prefers some shade, yellow fl July-Oct
ELATA (Cedar Wattle) 10-20m x 5m most soil incl heavy, pale yellow fl Dec-March.............(3)
FLORIBUNDA (Gassamer Wattle) 3-7m most soil incl wet, yellow fl July-Sept.....................(1)
GLANDULICARPA (Hairy Pod Wattle) 1-2m WD, Ornamental, Fl July-Oct
GLAUCESCENS (Coast myall) 15-20m. Bright yellow fl july-oct. Young growth poisonous.
GLAUCOPTERA (0.5-1.5m x 2-3m wide) WD, ornamental foliage, Fl Aug-Nov
HORRIDULA 60cm-1.5m light to med soil, cream-yellow fl May-Aug
HOWITTA (Sticky Wattle) 4-8m WD Pendulous habit pale yellow fl Aug-Dec......................(2)
ITEAPHYLLA (Flinders Range Wattle) 3-5m WD Weeping blue-green foliage, fl Mar-Sept......(2)
LASIOCARPA 60cm-2m WD dense small shrub, yellow fl June-Oct
LEIOPHYLLA 2-3m med shrub similar to A. Pycnantha, yellow fl Aug-Nov
LITTOREA 1-3m. Pale yellow fl aug-nov. Good drainage essential. Native to sand dunes in
        south west WA , it good for stabilising dunes.
LONGIFOLIA (Sallow Wattle0 up to 10m yellow fl July-Aug..................................................(1)
MELANOXYLON (Blackwood) 10-20m prefers moist soil, cream fl July-Oct............................(3)
MUCRONATA (Narrow Leaf Wattle) 2-5m Adaptable, Yellow fl Aug-Nov
MYRTIFOLIA (Myrtle Wattle) 1-3m WD can be short lived,pale yellow fl July-Oct...................(2)
MEARNSII (Black Wattle) med tree to 15m cream fl Sept-Dec
PODALYRIFOLIA (Mount Morgan Wattle) 3-5m good drainage, yellow fl July-Oct...................(3)
PRAVISSIMA (Ovens Wattle) 3-7m lighter soil, yellow fl Aug-Oct..........................................(3)
PRAVISSIMA mini prostrate Ground cover, yellow flowers in winter (Only 5" pot @ $4)
PROMINENS (Golden Rain Wattle) 5-15m Most soils, Yellow fl Aug-Oct
PYCNANTHA (Golden Wattle) 4-8m WD yellow/golden-yellow fl July-Oct................................(2)
RETINOIDES (Wirilda) 4-8m Most soil incl wet, Yellow fl Nov-Jan & sporadic..........................(2)
STRICTA (Hop Wattle) 2-5m x 2-4m WD pale yellow fl May-Oct............................................(2)
TRUNCATA 1-3m WD, Pale yellow fl June-Sept Good coastal plant on alkaline soil.................(2)
ACACIA VERNICIFLUA (Varnish Wattle) 3-5m Handles extended wet & dry periods
VERTICULLATA (Prickly Moses) 2-6m WD Yellow fl June-Dec
VESTITA 3-6m Handles limited water logging, Dense shrub, Golden-yellow fl Sept-Oct
ACMENA SMITHII (Lilly Pilly) 10-13m Most soil except wet, Purple berries
ADENANTHOS WD soil essential, usually only available in 15cm pot @ $5
ARGYREA 1-1.5m small shrub, reddish-pink fl Aug-Oct, WD, full sun/part shade
BARBITERA (Hairy Jug Flower) 60cm-1m red flowers, fine silky hairs
CUNNINGHAMII to 1.5m, low spreading shrub, WD
DETMOLDII 2-4m, med shrub Yellow & orange fl, prefers part shade
ILETICOLIS 1-2m Pink& cream fl WD, warm location
OBOVATA 1m x1m Tubular scarlet flower 4cm long May-Sept & sporadic
MEISNERI 1-2m. hairy leaves. WD, Prefers part shade. Flowers reddish-mauve to 4cm.. (3)
PUNGENS 2-3m. dark pink fl. 4cm long, Aug-Nov
SERICEA (Woolly Bush) 2-7m ornamental foliage, small red flower to 4cm long................(1)
SERICEA Dwarf Form 1m.
AGONIS
FLEXUOSA (Willow Myrtle) 7-13m Most soil incl wet, Small white flowers Sept-Dec...............(2)
• FLEXUOSA NANA Weeping Wonder to 3m......................................................................(2)
JUNIPERINA 5-13m Most soils incl wet, small white flowers Feb-Mar, Aug-Nov
LINEARIFOLIA 2-5m Most soils incl wet, small white flowers May-June
MARGINATA 2-3m. Medium shrub, white fl may-oct.........................................................(2)
PARVICEPS 1-3m Most soils incl. wet, small white flowers June-Dec
ALLOCASUARINA
DISTYLA 2-4m x 1-4m, Slender shrub
LITTORALIS (Black Sheoak) 4-8m x 2-4m WD......................................................................(1)
MUELLERANA (Slaty Sheoak) 1-3m x 0.5-1.5m Most soil, Slender shrub
NANA (Stunted Sheoak) 2-4m x 1-2m Most soil, Dense small shrub
PALUDOSA (Swamp Sheoak) 1m x1-2m Small shrub, Needs good drainage and sun
TORULOSA (Rose Sheoak) 7-12m Most soils and conditions, Rusty tinged foliage May-June..(2)
VERTICULATA (Coastal Drooping Sheoak) 4-10m x 3-6m Handles most conditions (1*)
ALYOGYNE
HUEGELII (Native Hibiscus) 1.5-2.5m WD light/heavy soil, semi shade/sun, needs regular
pruning. Mauve flowers
         “West Coast Gem” 2-3m x 1-1.5m deep purple fl, WD posi., full sun/part shade
HAKEIFOLIA “Elle Marie” to 2m x 1.5, yellow flower, brown centre, fullsun/part shade
                  “Melissa Ann” to 2m x 1.5m, mauve fl, full sun/part shade
ALYXIA BUXIFOLIA 30cm-1.5m WD. white fl. followed by red berries(1*) (only in 6”pots @ $6)
ANGOPHORA
COSTATA (Smooth Bark Apple Mrytle) 13-20m Most soil except poorly drained.......................(2)
FLORIBUNDA (Apple or Gum Mrytle) 12-20m Most soil incl sandy...........................................(2)
ANIGOZANTHOS
FLAVIDUS(Kangaroo Paw) 60cm-1m red, pink, yellow & green flowering varieties Oct-Feb
BICOLOUR (Little Kangaroo Paw) 30-60cm red & green flowers July-Nov
MANGLESII (Red & Green Kangaroo Paw) 30-60cm Flowers June-Dec
HYBRIDS various hybrids available in 15cm pots at $5 each .
VIRIDUS GREEN MACHINE 0.7-1m x 0.7-1m.
ASTROLOMA HUMIFUSUM to 10cm high x 40cm. Red fl. WD.                         (only in 15cm pots @ $6)
ATRIPLEX
CINEREA (Coast Salt Bush) 1-2m WD cream flower...............................................................(1*)
PALUDOSA (MArsh Salt Bush) 30cm-1.5m Most soils esp.for saline areas & erosion control (1*)
SEMIBACCATA (Creeping Salt Bush) <30cm x 1-2m WD esp. for dry areas
BAECKEA LINIFOLIA Weeping Baeckea 1-3m x 0.5-2m, Any position, small white flowers
BANKSIA Most Banksias grow in well drained soil that is low in nutrients, in an open sunny
position. Fertilizer should be slow release with low phosphorous levels.
Limited varieties in 2"/forestry tubes. Most varieties in 7.5cm(3”) @ $2 ea, or 15cm pots..
ASHBYI 3-6m WD orange cone
ATTENUATA dwarf .5m
BAUERI (Woolly Banksia/Possum Banksia) 2-5m WD yellow cone with grey-mauve tips.........(3)
BAXTERI (Baxter's Banksia) 3-4m WD yellow-green cone.......................................................(2)
BLECHNIFOLIA prostrate, WD reddish-pink cone
BROWNII (Feather Leafed Banksia) 3-6m WD reddish brown cones........................................(2)
BURDETTI (Burdett's Banksia) 3-6m WD orange cones
BANKSIA CALEYI 2-4m WD scarlet or yellow cone
CANDOLLEANA (Propellor Banksia) 1-1.5m WD light green cone blending to orange
CANEI to 3m WD pale yellow flower, full sun/part shade
COCCINEA (Scarlet Banksia) 3-5m WD grey and scarlet cone
CUNEATA 3-4m. pink/cream fl.aug-oct. Very WD,preferabely sandy loam.Only 15cm pot @ $8
DRYANDROIDES 1-2m WD amber to brown cone
ELDERIANA (Swordfish Banksia) to 3m WD yellow cone
ERICIFOLIA var. Ericifolia (Heath Leaved Banksia) 3-4m WD Golden brown cone cone......... (2)
ERICIFOLIA Red fl form./ ERICIFOLIA var. Macrantha : larger & deep orange fl. (in tubes)
ERICIFOLIA X SPINULOSA "Giant Candles" as above, longer cones
ERICIFOLIA dwarf form. to1.5m x 2m. only in 15 cm pot @ $5
GARDNERI var Gardneri 0.2-0.4m x 1-2.5m. Dwarf spreading shrub.Reddish brown fl may-oct
GRANDIS (Bull Banksia) 4-4.5m WD light to med soil, yellow cone
GROSSA to 1m. Bronze brown cone fl. Full sun, WD
HOOKERANA (Hooker's Banksia) 2-3m WD acid neutal soil, orange-white cone
ILICIFOLIA (Holly leaved banksias )5-10m. WD. Light green & yellow fl. only in 15cm pot @ $8
INTEGRIFOLIA (Coast Banksia) 5-7m WD yellow cone..........................................................(1*)
LAEVIGATA subsp. Laevigata To 4m WD yellow cone
LAEVIGATA subsp. Fuscolutea as above, brighter yellow cone
LANATA spreading shrub to 1m WD pale cream cone
LEPTOPHYLLA to 2m WD yellow cone
LEHMANNIANA to 5m WD will stand partial shade, yellow cone
LINDLEYANA (Porcupine Banksia) 2-4m WD yellow cone
LULLFITZII to 1.5m WD golden-orange cone
MARGINATA (Silver Banksia)1.5-10m Adaptable to most soils, yellow cones.....................(1*)
MARGINATA mauve flowering form. Agarden raised hybrid from Gippsland. (only in 15cm)
MEDIA (Southern Plains Banksia) 2-5m WD cream cone
MEISNERI 1-1.5m x 1-2m part/full sun, yellow flower March-Nov
MENZIESII Dwarf. to 2.5m.
NUTANS var nutans (Nodding Banksia) 1-2m WD Brown Cone
NUTANS var.cernuella.2-3m Differs from var. nutans by smaller fl & fruit.
OBLONGIFOLIA (B. Asplenifolia) 60cm-2m Sandy soil, pale yellow cone.............................(1)
LITTORALIS (Swamp Banksia) 5-13m WD yellow cone.......................................................(2)
OCCIDENTALIS (Red Swamp Banksia) 3-7m Most soil incl wet, red cone
PALUDOSA (Swamp Banksia) 60cm-1.5m WD acid soil, pale yellow cone
PETIOLARIS prostrate x up to 2mspread WD , pink cone
PRAEMORSA 2-5m WD neutral soil Moroon 0r yellow flowering forms.................................(1)
PRIONOTES (Acorn Banksia) 5-12m WD grey-orange cone.................................................(2)
PULCHELLA (Teasel Banksia) 1-1.5m WD slightly acid soil, bright yellow cone.....................(3)
QUERCIFOLIA (Oak Leaved Banksia) 2-4m Most soil incl wet, orange-brown cone
REPENS (Creeping Banksia) 30-60cm WD yellow-brown cone
ROBUR 60cm-2m WD Tolerates innundation, greenish yellow cone
SCABRELLA to 2m WD cream cone
SCEPTRUM 2-7m WD slightly acid soil, yellow cone
SEMINUDA tree to 20m WD deep red flower form, part shade /full sun.
SERRATA (Saw Banksia) 10-16m WD neutral soil, greenish yellow cone................................(2)
SERRATIFOLIA 3-5m acid soil incl boggy, greenish -yellow cone............................................(2)
SOLANDRI 2-8m. Grey-brown to bronze fl. sept-dec. WD but not dry, prefers part shade
SPECIOSA (Showy Banksia)WD tolerates alkaline soil, cones have yellow stamens................(2)
SPHAEROCARPA (Fox Banksia) 1-3m WD bronze yellow cone..............................................(3)
SPINULOSA (Hairpin Banksia) shrub to 3m x 3m. WD acid soil, golden cone, full sun/part shade
SPINULOSA Dwarf form. 1-1.5m x 1-1.5m. (only in 6” pots @ $6)
SPINULOSA "Schnapper Point" 0.4m x 1-1.5m. Fl. april-sept.Good pot plant.(only in 6” @ $6)
SPINULOSA Red flowering form. 1.5-3m. Yellow flower with red styles.
SPINULOSA var. Collina (Hill Banksia) 2-4m.
TELMATIAEA to 2m tolerates poor drainage, brown cone
TRICUSPIS 2-5mYellow fl. heads apr-sept.WD
VERTICILLATA 2.5-5m WD yellow cone
VICTORIAE (Woolly Orange Banksia) WD neutral soil, orange cone with pink tip
VIOLACEA 1-1.5m sandy, slightly acid soil, violet cone
BEAUFORTIA
DECUSSATA 2-3m.Dark red flower jan-apr & sporadic.WD, Full sun/ part shade.
SPARSA (Gravel Bottlebrush) 1-2m WD or damp, full sun, fiery red flower
BEAUFORTIA TORULOSUS 2-3m. Red fl with gold anthers. WD. Full sun/ part shade……….(3)
VALIDUS 2-3m. Red fl with gold anthers.WD. Full sun/part shade………………………..(2)
VILLOSUS 1-2.5m. Red fl with gold anthers.WD. Full sun/ part shade
BLANDFORDIA GRANDIFLORA (Christmas Bells) 0.3-0.6m. Tubular red flower with yellow tip.
BORONIA
• CLAVATA 1.5-2.5m Adaptable incl wet soil, pale yellow-green flower.....................................(2)
• DENTICULATA 1-2.5m Most soil, best in partial shade, usually pink flower
• HETEROPHYLLA (Red Boronia) 1.5-2.5m Most soil, reddish pink flower
• MEGASTIGMA 'Heaven Scent' (Brown Boronia) to 1m. compact form. Scented brown flowers
             aug-oct. It grows best in permanently moist, well drained soil. Grows in full sun
             if the root system is protected by mulching or rocks.
• MEGASTIGMA "lutea" 1-1.5m Moist WD soil, greenish-yellow flower
• MUELLERI "Sunset Serenade" 60cm Moist WD soil, prefers part shade, pale pink fl (8" only)
BOSSIAEA
CINEREA mall shrub to 1.5m.Yellow pea fl with red markings. Prefers WD in part shade (3)
LINOPHYLLA to 2m.Yellow fl with red keel. WD IN full sun/ part shade.
BRACHYCHITON
ACERIFOLIUS (flame tree) 10-30m. In southern Australia this is a small
          spreading tree. Bright red fl oct-mar. Sheds leaves before flowering.(10" pots only)
POPULNEUS (Kurrajong) 6-15m. Easily grown on most soils. Cream or pink fl oct-feb.(8"pot )
BRACHYSCOME
• MULTIFIDA (Rock Daisy) 15cm WD sun/partial shade, mauve daisy flower
• MULTIFIDA "Dilitata" 15cm WD sun/partial shade, compact, hardy, bluish daisy flower
BRACHYSEMA LANCEOLATUM (Swan River Pea) 60cm-1.5m WD red pea flower
BRACTEANTHA BRACTEATA "Cockatoo" white flower (previously included in Helichrysum)
BURSARIA SPINOSA 3-6m Most soil except badly drained, compact thorny shrub
CALLITRIS CANESCENS 3-6m x 2-4m small erect tree, hardy.............................................(1)
HUGELII (White cypress pine/ Murray Pine) 15-25m x 5-10m WD Slender erect tree.
        Sometimes known as Callitris Glaucophylla
OBLONGA (Tasmanian Cypress Pine) 2-8m x 1-3m shrub or sm tree
PREISSI (Slender Cypress Pine) Green leaf form. 8-20m Med slender erect tree. (1)
RHOMBOIDEA (Port Jackson Pine) 3-6m x 2-3m shrub or sm tree
  CALOCEPHALUS BROWNII (Cushion Bush) to 1m, silvery foliage..................................(1*)
CALLISTEMON All Callistemon varieties are in Group (2) coastal exposure rating
• CITRINUS ANZAC 1m x 3m across most soils, white flower
• CITRINUS BURGUNDY 2-4m most soil
• CITRINUS EASTLAND 2-4m Most soil, mauve bottle brush
• CITRINUS "EWAN ROAD" to 1.5m x 2m across Dark red flower autumn & spring
• CITRINUS KING'S PARK SPECIAL 3-4m Most soil, Long red bottlebrushes
• CITRINUS MAUVE MIST 2-4m Most soil, deep pink flower
  CITRINUS "PERTH PINK" 2-3m. Pink flower spring & summer.
  CITRINUS "Red Clusters" 2-3m. Clusters of red flowers nov-jan & sporadic.
• CITRINUS REEVES PINK 2-4m pink flower with gold anthers
• CITRINUS SPLENDENS (C. Endeavour) to 4m Most soil, red brushes with white tiops
  CITRINUS "Violaceus" 2.5-5m Most soil,Light purple bottlebrushes
• GUYRA (Candy Pink) 2-5m Most soils, pendulous habit, Deep pink flower.
INJUNE shrub to 2m. Silver grey foliage, pale pink flowers
MACROPUNCTATUS (Scarlet Bottlebrush) 2-4m Most soil incl wet
MONTANUS 2-4m adaptable, New growth pink, Red bottlebrush
  PALLIDUS 2-3m. Yellow flower, most soil.
• PALLIDUS "Mt.Oberon" 1.5-2m. Yellow flower.
PINK CHAMPAGNE to 3m full sun
PURPLE SPLENDOUR 2-4m x 2-2.5m full sun/part shade
 SALIGNUS 5-7m Most soils, Hardy, Cream or red flowering forms, pendulous habit
• SALIGNUS Violet Rose Form (C. Eureka) 2-3m Most soils, Mauve flower
SPECIOSUS 2-3m Most soils, upright shrub, deep scarlet brushReddish-pink flowers
TINAROO DAZZLER 2-3m x to 4m red flower tipped gold, full sun/part shade
VIMINALIS 5-7m Most soil, weeping habit, red bottlebrushes
• VIMINALIS CAPTAIN COOK 1.5-2m compact shrub, Most soil, Red bottlebrushes
• VIMINALIS DAWSON RIVER to10m, most soil, crimson bottlebrush
• VIMINALIS HARKNESS (Gawler Hybrid) 3-6m Red flower in spring & summer
• VIMINALIS "LITTLE JOHN" 1m x 1m. Burgundy flowers
VIMINALIS “ Mr. Foster”
•VIMINALIS PROLIFIC 3-5m Red flower weeping habit
CALOTHAMNUS
ASPER (Rough Net Bush) 6-9' adaptable, red flower
GILESII upright medium shrub, fl july-feb bright red with gold anthers.Best in full sun. (0nly in 5")
GRACILIS 0.5-1m dark red fl, WD, full sun/part shade
TORULOSIS 2-3m red flow with gold anthers Aug-Sept, WD, full sun/part shade
QUADRIFIDIS (Common Net Bush) 6-12' red flower in one-sided spikes..................................(2)
• QUADRIFIDIS Yellow Flower Form, to 1m, low spreading shrub
VALIDUS 2-3m red fl with gold anthersAug- Jan WD full sun/part shade
VILLOSUS 1-3m red fl with gold anthers, WD, full sun/part shade
CALYTRIX
ALPESTRIS 2-3m. Flowers pink buds opening to white.Prefers moist WD soil, &partial sun.
SULLIVANII 2-3m x 1-3m Shrub with white fl aug-nov.WD, prefers part shade.From Grampians.
TETRAGONA compact .5m White or pink flowering forms.
CAREX APPRESSA (Tall Sedge) to 0.8m good in boggy positions
CASUARINA Also see Allocasuarina
CRISTATA (Cas. Lepidophloia) 25-60' prefers heavysoil.........................................................(2)
CUNNINGHAMIANA (River She-Oak) 30-50' most soil incl. wet..............................................(2)
OBESA (Cas. Glauca, Swamp She-Oak, Grey Bulloke) 30-40' wet sites.................................(2)
CARPOBROTUS ROSSI protrate x 2-3m. Purple fl aug-feb & sporadic Hardy. WD ............(1*)
               Good for sandbinding. Commonly called pigface or karkala.(in 3" @ $1 ea)
CHAMELAUCIUM
• AXILLARE (Esperance Wax) 1-2m White fl nov-feb.WD. Fullsun/part shade.
• CILIATUM 2-3' moist WD soil, white flower aging to red Sept-Nov.
• UNCINATUM (Geraldton Wax) 2-5m. Pale pink fl form
                                   "Purple Pride" reddish purple flowers.
• CHORILAENA QUERCIFOLIA 1-4m.Medium shrub.Cream & reddish fl. Prefers moist WD soil
                         in part shade.Good screen plant, & appeals to nectar feeding birds.
CHORIZEMA
• CHORDATUM (Heart Leaf Flame Pea) to 3' & spreading, WD semi-shade, orange pea flower
• RHOMBEUM to 1' WD partial shade, reddish pea flower
CHRYSOCEPHALUM (Helichrysum)
BAXTERI (White everlasting) 0.2-0.5m. Dwarf perennial herb. Prefers moist WD soil.
CLEMATIS
• ARISTATA (Austral Clematis,Goat's Beard) climber, white flower
• MICROPHYLLA (Small Leaved Clematis) climber, WD, greenish-creamflower.................(1)
CORREA
  ALBA Pink fl form. 1-2m. Soft pink fl, nov-may.WD Fullsun/partshade...........................(1)
  ALBA Variegated. 1m.small white fl. A dense bush, inconspicuous fl. ................................(1)
  ALBA x BACKHOUSIANA "Ivory bells" 1m Ivory bells, recurved lobes.
  ALBA x REFLEXA "Pixie" 1m.hybrid from Canberra. Small pale pink & creamfl,upturnedpetals
  ALBA Subsp. Pannosa . to 60cm WD white star flower................................................(1*)
  ALBA Subsp. Pannosa Pink flowers. 1.Childers Cove
                                      2.Cape Nelson. Pale pink
  BACKHOUSIANA 1-2m x 1-2m WD semi-shade,pale green flower may-nov.............(1)
  BACKHOUSIANA x REFLEXA "Marian's Marvell" 1-2m.fl pale pink upper/pale green lower
  BAUERLENII (Chef's Cap Correa) 1-2m cool moist spot, greenish-yellow flower...............(1)
  CALYCINA 1-3m green bell flower
  DECUMBENS up to 1' x 6' across WD, red bell flower with yelow tip
  DECUMBENS X "Dancing Lipsticks" Upright shrub with glossy round leaves. Pink fl.
  DUSKY BELLS (C.pulchella x reflexa) to 0.3x1m. spreads, Wdpink bellflower…………..(2)
                  No.2 form. (C.dusky bells x c. reflexa) to 0.3m x 1m.
  GLABRA 6-9' most soil, flower usually green .......................................................................(2)
  PULCHELLA X ALBA. Pale orange form. Flowers curled at tip. Prostrate habit...................(2)
  PULCHELLA Deep orange form. Upright habit, to 50cm.Flowers apr-sept & sporadic..........(2)
  PULCHELLA Pink Form, 0.5-1m x 0.5-1m.
  REFLEXA
Yellow/ green/ cream forms
     “Anglesea form small shrub, pink bell curled, pale green tip, 3cm long x .6cm wide
     "Benera bell" (C.Marion Beek x Alba)
     "Bats ridge" Pale green bell 3cm x .8cm. Shrub to 1m.            From near Portland airport.
     Var. Nummularifolia to 0.5m x1-2m.lightcream/greenflower............................................(1)
     Nummularifolia mini to 20cm x 1m.
    "Granny's Grave" A dense spreading bush. Yellow/green fl
CORREA reflexa"Wilson's Promontory" yellow bell with green tip.
     "Parkinson's" open shrub to 40cm. Pale green bell 3cm. Eumeralla river near Codrington
      Portland frost & lime. White flower tipped pale green.
     "Eucla" Upright habit, yellow flowers
      G1 Mt. Clay. to .5m x 1m.Pale green bell 3cm x 8mm, curled about 15mm at top.
      G2 Cape Nelson. to .5m. Green bell.
  Forms with part or all pink-red flowers.......................................................
Prostrate form. to 30cm x 1m. Small red & cream-yellow bells. Also called squat form...(1)
R1 to 1.5m. Dull red bell. Also known as "Wild river"
R2 to .5m. Reddish-pink bell, pale green tip (3cm long x 1cm across) Mt. Clay
R3 Open habit to 1m. Bright red bell, cream curled tip (4cm long x 1cm across) Mt. Clay
R5 shrub to 30cm.Red bell with lime green tip 2cm x 1cm
R6 Cape Nelson small shrub to .5m. Light red/pink bell, green curled tip 5cm x 1cm
R7 Portland. Dense shrub to 1.5m. Long narrow bell 4cm, deep red with green tip. Hairy leaves.
 Other forms
Cardinalis small shrub with red & green fl 2cm long x .8cm wide. Small narrow leaves.
Portland Peach to 60cm. Pale peach flower.
Reflexa x Alba.Cream bell 2cm long, pale green tip, curled. From Portland.
Reflexa x Pulchella ? "Raelene Goldie" to 1.2m. red & yellow flowers.(Marion Beek)
  SCHLECHLENDALI 0.5-2m WD red flower ith green lobes
CROWEA
  POORINDA ECSTACY to 1m WD, semi-shade, pink star flower
  EXALATA "Festival" 1m. deep pink star flower
  EXALATA White Flowering Form 1.5-2m                CROWEA sp. Large flowered form (ONLY 5”)
DARWINEA All varieties listed are grafted . Available in 6" pots @ $9 (+gst)
CARNEA 1m. Green bell fl oct-dec.
COLLINA 1-1.5m. Greenish-yellow flowers march-apr & aug-nov.
DIOSMOIDES 1-3m Small bushy shrub, small cream/ pink fl.Pleasant aromatic foliage (2)
LEJOSTYLA Hybrid Pink & white bell fl. aug-dec
MACROSTEGIA 1-1.5m.Red & white bell fl may-june & sept-dec
MACROSTEGIA X MEEBOLDII 1.5m.White bells smudged pink may-nov.
OXYLEPIS 1-1.5m, Red bell fl, with some white oct-nov.
TAXIFOLIA ssp Macrolaenia. Prostrate. Deep pink fl.WD. 5” pot only.
Small numbers of other grafted varieties also available.
DAMPIERA available in 3" & 5" pots.
CORONATA 0.2-0.5m x 0.5-1.5m.Blue flowers 2cm across.Prefers reasonable drainage
DIVERSIFOLIA dwarf perrenial herb, WD, Shade, purple-blue flower
TRIGONA 1-2' dwarf perrenial herb, blue-violet flowers
DANTHONIA
CAESPITOSA (Common wallaby grass) 20-80cm. perrenial grass which forms dense tussocks.
PROCERA (Tall wallaby grass) 0.5-1.3m. Perennial grass, forms course tussocks.
SETACEA (Brisly wallaby grass) 20-60cm. Perrenial grass forming tussocks. Very hardy.
DIANELLA (Flax lily)
CAERULEA (Paroo lily) 0.3-1m.Blue fl followed by blue/purple berry.                          (2)
REVOLUTA var. brevicaulis 0.3-1m. Pale blue fl. followed by dark blue berry
TASMANICA 0.6-1.5m. Blue fl. follwed by violet berry. Handles heavy shade.
DILLWYNIAJUNIPERINA (Juniper Pea Bush) 1-3m yellow & red pea fl, WD, full sun/part shade
        SERICEA pink fl form 0.6-1m WD full sun/part shade
DIPLARRENA MOROEA (White Iris) 0.3-0.6m x 0.5-1m. WD. Sun/part- shade.White fl oct-dec
DODONAEA VISCOSA Purpurea (Hop Bush) 2-3m WD partial/ full sun, attractive purple foliage
DRYANDRA Fertilizer should be slow release with low phosphorous.All varieties in 3" pots +
ASHBYI 0.5-2m.WD Full sun/part shade.Greenish yellow fl with black bracts.
CALOPHYLLA prostrate x 1-3m, mauve-reddish-pink flower, WD light to med soil.
CARLINOIDES 0.5-1.5m WD pinkish green to cream flower
CONFERTA 1-2m.bright yellow flowers. Very WD. Full sun/part shade
CUNEATA 1.5-2.5m.Greenish-yellow flowers.Best in WD lighter soil, but adaptable
DRUMMONDII to 1m brownish yellow fl WD
FOLIOSISSIMA 1.5-2.5m x 1.5-2m Decorative foliage, pale yellow fl June-Aug, very WD soil.
FORMOSA 3-8m x 2-5m WD light -med. soil, part shade/full sun,yellow-orange flower.............(2)
FRASERI 1mx1m WD sunny position, yellow flower aging to orange...................................(2)
HEWARDIANA 2-4m. Lemon yellow flower heads along branches.Best in WD, full sun.
KIPPISTIANA 0.5-1.5m WD light to heavy soil, yelllow flower
NOBILIS 3-4m orange-yellow fl WD soil (including heavy)
DRYANDRA small quantities of other varieties are grown.
DRUMMONDII 0.5-1.2m.Brownish-yellow fl heads jan-may.
FRASERI 0.2-1m. yellow fl heads ageing to orange.
NIVEA 0.5-1m.Brownish-yellow fl.WD.Full sun/ part shade.
PLUMOSA 1-2m WD small dense shrub, pale yellow fl, ornamental foliage
POLYCEPHALA 2-3m acid-gravelly soil, lemmon flower
PRAEMORSA (Urchin Dryandra) 2-3m WD, sandy soil, yellow flower
PROTEOIDES (King dryandra) 1-2.5m.WD. Full sun. Yellow & brown fl july-sept.
SHUTTLEWORTHIANA 0.5-1m. violet fl withbrown bracts. Wd, full sun/part shade.
SUBBIPINNATAFIDA 1-2m.Pale yellow fl.WD.
SPECIOSA (Shaggy Dryandra) 1m WD light to heavy soil, reddish flower
EPACRIS
IMPRESSA (Common Heath) 0.5m WD red, pink or white fl forms. Only in 5” pots.
LONGIFLORA 0.5-2m red fl with white tip most of year, WD, prefers part shade
EREMOPHILA All forms require well drained soil in full sun. not in 2" tubes.
CALORHABDOS 1.5-2.5m deep pink fl, July-Feb, WD, full sun
GIBBIFOLIA 0.5-1m dwarf shrub,purple flower Sept-Apr & sporadic, best in WD sooil
GLABRA prostrate, yellow fl form.
GLABRA, grey leaf form. 1.5-2m. Red fl.
MACDONNELLII 0.5m Small spreading shrub, purple fl.
MACULATA 1-1.5m mauve-pink flowers
MACULATA AUREA 1-1.5m, golden flowers June-Nov & sporadic, prefers heavier soil
NIVEA grafted silver foliage, mauve fl          $9
OPPOSITIFOLIA 1.5-3m. Cream or mauve flower form, June-Dec, WD.Full sun.
SANTALINA 2-4m. Shrub with white fl 2cm long. WD Full sun.
ERIOSTEMON
  DECUMBENT 0.6m x 1.5m, white to pale pink flower June-Nov
  MYOPOROIDES "Profusion" 1.5m x1.5m , white flower June-Nov, WD, prefers part shade
EUCALYPTUS
ALPINA (Grampians Gum) Mallee form 3-5m, Tree Form 8-15m adaptable most soils
ANGULOSA 2-6m x 3-7m. small mallee tree. Pale yellow fl aug-dec.WD inc slightly alkaline(2)
BAXTERI (Brown Stringybark) 3-30m extremely variable, WD.........................................(1)
BOTRYOIDES (Southern Mahogany) 15-25m most soil incl. wet........................................(2)
BOTRYOIDES NANA (Dwarf Mahogany Gum) bushy tree to 7m ,adaptable most soils......(2)
BURDETTIANA 3-7m most soil except poorly drained.....................................................(2)
CAESIA subsp. Magna "Silver Princess" up to 15m
CALOPHYLLA (Marri. Red Gum) 10-20m WD pink flower form...........................................(2)
CALOPHYLLA white fl form
CAMALDULENSIS (River Red Gum) 15-50m accepts wet feet............................................(3)
                Broadwater provenance. This is an isolated stand of trees 17km northeast
                                       of the nursery between Broadwater & Bessiebelle.
                 Lake Albacutya provenance. salt tolerant, saline sites
                 Lake Hindmarsh provenance.
CINEREA (Argyle Apple) up to 12m most soil incl. wet. A pendulous form is also available.
CITRIODORA (Lemon Scented Gum) 10-16m WD, frost tender........................................... (3)
CLADOCALYX (Sugar Gum) 7-30m WD coppices
CADOCALYX NANA (Dwarf Sugar Gum) 4-10m lighter soil,coppices
CNEORIFOLIA (Kangaroo Island Mallee) 3-13m dense canopy.............................................(1)
CORDATA (Heart Leaf Silver Gum) 4-30m most soil
CORONATA 2.5-5m x up to 6m.small mallee from sth western WA.WD acid to neutral soil (1)
COSMOPHYLLA (Cup Gum) 4-6m poorly drained sites
CRENULATA (Victorian Silver Gum) to 10m most soil incl. wet
DENSA ssp Densa Small to med tree to 6m, dense crown, most soil inc. heavy.
DIVERSIFOLIA (Soap Mallee) 5-7m WD. This variety handles exposed coastal conditions the
                          best. Kangaroo Is & Cape Nelson provenances available.
ELATA (River Peppermint) 15-25m moist WD soil
EREMOPHYLLA (Tall Sand Mallee) 4-8m WD
ERYTHROCORYS (red Cap Gum) 4-9m bright yellow fl, WD sunny spot
EXIMEA (Yellow Bloodwood) 7-15m WD greenish yellow flower............................................(2)
FICIFOLIA (W.A. Red Flowering Gum) 5-7m WD variable flower; red-pink-orange-white.......(2)
FORMANII 4-10m WD ornamental greyish foliage when young
FORRESTIANA (Fuschia Gum) 3-6m most soil
GARDNERI (Blue Mallet) 6-8m , WD conspicious cream flower May-June & sporadic
EUCALYPTUS GROSSI (Phillips River Gum) 2-6m, WD yellow-greeen flowers Aug-Dec
GUNNI (Cider Gum) 10-20m adaptable incl. wet, white flower, coppices
GLOBULUS (Tas. Blue Gum) 5-25m. Medium to tall tree.Best in WD acid to neutral soil.
             King Is. provenance. Others available on request.
GLOBULUS Sub. Bicostata ( E. St Johnii) 10-26m WD
GLOBULUS COMPACTA (Dwarf Blue Gum) 3-5m bushy , WD
GOMPHOCEPHALA (Tuart) 10-20m only WD .....................................................................(1~2)
GREGSONIANA (E. Pauciflora Nana, Wolgon Snow Gum) ornamental ..................................(2)
KITSONIANA (Bog Gum, Gippsland Mallee) 3-8m wet or peaty soil, but will handle WD.
KONDININENSIS (Stocking Gum) 8-15m, tolerant of very saline soil, can be slow growing
KRUSEANA 2-6m WD yellow fl
LANSDOWNEANA Subsp. Lansdowneana (Port Lincoln Gum) 3-10m WD purple flower.........(2)
LANSDOWNEANA ssp Albopurpurea ,cream fl form,to 6m, tolerates limestone (Kangaroo Is)(1)
LEUCOXYLON Subsp. Leucoxylon (Yellow Gum, Blue Gum, White Ironbark) 10-16m most soil,
cream to pink flower………………………………………………………….....................................(2)
LEUCOXYLON Subsp. Pruinosa (Inland Blue Gum) Pink Flowering Form 4-13m Has greyish
juvenile growth, Flowers March-Oct....……………………………………………….......................(2)
LEUCOXYLON Subsp. Megalocarpa 4-9m most soil. This subspecies grows near the coast in
SW Vic. and SE S.A. Flower colour cannot but be guaranteed The varieties we grow are:
Pink Flowering Form 7-10m upright habit / Pink Flowering Form 4-6m. Mallee habit /
   White Flowering Form 7-10m. upright habit
MACRANDA (Flowering Marlock) 5-7m most soil incl. wet....................................................(2)
MACULATA (Spotted Gum) 15-21m most WD soil
MACROCARPA (Mottlecah) ornamental. WD acid soil, large flow
MELLIODORA (Yellow Box) 15-20m not sandy or wet soil
MICROCARPA (Grey Box) 10-25m heavy soil, hardy
MOOREI (Little Sally) 3-6m most soil incl. boggy
NICHOLII (Willow Leaf Peppermint) 8-10m most soil
NUTANS (Nodding Gum) 4-5m WD red or cream flower
OBLIQUA (Messmate Stringybark) 4-60m extremely variable
OCCIDENTALIS (Swamp Yate) 10-16m tolerates water logging
OVATA (Swamp Gum) 10m, most soil, withstands flooding. Common in SW Vic...................(3)
PAUCIFLORA (White Sallee) 10-16m will grow on wet sites.....................................................(3)
PERRINIANA (Spinning Gum) 5-10m most soil ........................................................................(3)
PLATYPUS (Moort) 4-10m. most soil & handles short periods of waterlogging....................(2)
PLATYPUS var. HETROPHYLLA (Coastal Moort) 4-7m. Tall mallee shrub or small tree, often
       retains branches to ground level. Most soils with reasonable drainage.Yellow fl oct-mar (1)
POLYANTHEMOS (Red Box) 10-20m WD
PRESSIANA (Bell Fruit Mallee) 3-4m most soil.....................................................................(3)
PULCHELLA (E. Linearis, White Peppermint) 8-11m light soil.................................................(3)
ROBUSTA (Swamp Mahogany Gum) 10-16m most soil incl. wet..............................................(1)
REGNANS (Mountain Ash) 25-80m , the tallest hardwood, moist WD soil
SCOPARIA (Wallangarra white gum) 2-3m. Pale trunk, pendulous narrow leaves.
SEPULCRALIS Weeping gum, 5-8m WD, pale yellow flowers. Only in 8" pots
SIDEROXYLON (Red Ironbark) 10-25m most soil but WD......................................................(3)
SPATHULATA "Grandiflora" (Large Flowered Swamp Mallet) 4-7m
STAERI (Albany Black Butt) 6-10m WD …………………………………………………………..(2)
STELLULATA (Black Sallee) 6-10m wetter soil, frost hardy
STRICKLANDI (Goldfields Gum) 8-10m sandy soil...................................................................(2)
STOATEI (Pear Gum) 6-8m prefers loamy soil
TALYUBERLUP 3-6m WD allied to Euc. Cornuta……………………………………………………(2)
TETRAGONA 2.5-7m cream flower Nov-Jan, WD greyish foliage, ..........................................(2)
TETRAPTERA (Four Winged Mallee) 2-6m WD soil, alow growing, pink/red flower
TORQUATA (Coolgardie Gum) 6-10m WD, flower usually pink...............................................(3)
TORWOOD (E. Torquata x E. Woodwardii)
VIMINALIS var. Cygnetensis (Rough Barked Manna Gum) 13-20m most soil. Local seed                                     (3)
VIRIDUS (Green Mallee) 5-11m most soil, coppices
YOUNGIANA 4-12m WD ornamental, cream, yellow or red flower
FRANKENIA PAUCIFLORA (Southern sea heath) to 20cm high x 75cm wide. Small pink
flowers. Grey-green foliage. Most soil inc alkaline. Full sun/ part shade…………………............(2)
EUTAXIA        in 3" pots+
CUNEATA 1-2m. Reddish-orange flowers aug-nov. wd. Regular tip pruning is essential.
OBVATA 0.5-1m dwarf shrub, WD, orange pea flower with red centre
PARVIFOLIA 0.5-1m WD best in semi shade, orange pea flower

GAHNIA
CLARKEI (Tall saw-sedge) 1.5-3m.Needs moist soil, preferabely in part shade. Shiny red fruits.
SIEBERIANA (Red fruit saw sedge) 1.5-2m.Best in moist conditions.Full sun to heavy shade.
           cream fl followes by red-brown nut. A host plant for swordgrass brown butterfly larvae.
TRIFIDA (Coast saw-sedge/ cutting grass) 0.6-1.5m. Dark brown spikelets. Likes reasonable
           drainage, handles most soil inc alkaline & sandy.
GOODIA LOTIFOLIA (Clover Tree) 1-5m WD yellow pea flower...............................................(1)
GREVILLEA
Unless otherwise stated, Grevilleas require a well drained, sunny position. Fertilizer should be
slow release with a phosphorus level less than 4%. Blood & bone is not suitable(P level 5-6%)
Most grevilleas are only available in 7.5cm(3") pots upwards.
ALPINA "Warby ranges" yellow & red fl.
         "Euroa" mainly red fl. Both forms must be very WD, prrefering dry summer condition
AQUIFOLIUM "Carpenters Rocks" prostrate , red flower. Handles alkaline soil.
AUSTRAFLORA CANTERBURY GOLD 0.5-2m X 2-3m across, WD but handles clay, sun or
                               semi-shade, pale yellow flowers Jun-Feb also sporadic
AUSTRAFLORA COPPER CREST 0.4-1m x 3-4m. Full sun/ part shade. Most soil, inc wet.
ASPLENIIFOLIA to 3m. Deep red fl. mostly aug-nov. WD. Part shade/ full sun.
ASTERISCOSA 2-3m clay soil if good drainage, prickly foliage, bright red flower
BARKLYANA 3-9m.Usually a medium to tall shrub.Creamish to pale pink fl most of year..Best
  in semi-shade in sheltered location. Occures naturally in moist mountain gullies in Gippsland
BEDGGOODIANA (Enfield grevillea) prostrate x up to 2m.Reddish fl sept-dec.WD. Full sun or
                   part shade. Related to G. Aquifolium. From Enfield state forest(Ballarat)
BRACHYSTACHYA 1.5-2m. Cream flowers june-nov. Full sun. WD.
CANBERRA GEM 2-4m. most soils, sun/semi-shade, prickly foliage, pinkish red fl. June-Feb
CONFERTIFOLIA (Grampians Grev.) semi- prostrate form.Handles extended wet periods
but prefers reasonable drainage., mauve-pink flower Mar-Jan peaks Sept/Oct
CURVILOBA (G.Biternata) Prostrate Fragrant cream fl aug-oct.Full sun/part shade. Most soil
including clay. To maintain protrate habit remove erect fl stems
DALLACHIANA 1-2m.fl deep red with cream tip. Excellent low hedge.
DARGAN HILL 1.5-2.5m x 2-4m. Reddish-pink fl june-dec & sporadic. Full sun/ part shade.
DEPAUPERATA upright form. To 0.6m. Orange-red flowers.WD acid soil Full sun/ part shade.
DIELSIANA 0.3-2m prickly foliage, red or yellow fl forms, WD, full sun. only 15cm pot @ $6
DIMORPHA 1-2m. red spider flower Mar-Nov. Confined to the Grampians.
ENDLICHERIANA 2-4m. Cream to pale pink fl. Almost leafless branches.
EVELYN'S CORONET 1.5-2m Terminal woolly fl- cream, pink & grey.WD.full sun/part shade
FLORIBUNDA 0.5-1.5m rusty green fl, aug-oct, WD, full sun
FOREST RAMBLER 0.3-1.5m.Pale purple-pink fl. aug-dec. sun/semi-shade
GAUDI CHAUDI prostrate , to 3m wide, deep purple-red flower
GREEN GLOW (G.Gaudichaudi x G.Tetragonoloba) to 20cm x 1.5-2m wide.Dark red fl.WD
INFUNDIBULARIS 0.5-1m x up to 3m, spreading small shrub, red fl., WD sun/part shade
INTRICATA 1-3m cream flower May-Dec, Well drained, sun/semi-shade
IVANHOE to 2.5m fast growing, open habit, red flower Jul-Nov also to Feb
JUNIPERINA prostrate, prickly foliage, red,apricot & yellow flowering forms. Fl. May-Dec........(2)
LANIGERA (Mt. Tamboritha) semi-prostrate, reddish pink & cream flower
LAVANDULACEA Black range form. Grows to 1m. Bright red flowers. Regular prune.
LAVANDULACEA "Penola" 1.5-2m x 2-3m. Greyish foliage, red & cream fl.Best in WD acid soil.
LONGISTYLA 2-4m x 2-4m,WD.showy red fl, July-Dec,regularly prune. Only 15cm pot @ $6
LONGISTYLA X ‘Evelyn joy”
MASON'S HYBRID (G. Ned Kelly) 1-2m.orange-red flowers all year ,similar to G. Robyn Gordon
                                             0nly 15cm pot @ $6
MICRANTHA Mt Clay form. Small white flower in spring. Compact & slightly suckering habit.
MOONLIGHT (G. banksii x witcane) to 3mxm2m cream fl, full sun
NUDIFLORA 1m, sandy soil, orange-purplish red flowers Aug-Nov,also sporadic.....................(1)
OBTUSIFOLIA "Gin Gin Gem" Dense groundcover.Pinkish flowers.
OLIVACEA Red flowered form. To 2m.
PINASTER prostrate form. Pink-red flowers mar-dec, Handles most WD soil.
PINASTER prostrate, fine leaf form
PINASTER low form. Same as above, but grows 0.5-0.75m tall x up to 5m across.
PINK LADY to 60cm. needs well ventilated position, prickly foliage, mauve pink flower Jul-Jan
PINK SURPRISE (G. banksii x G whitcana) to 4m x 2m large pink fl, full sun
GREVILEA POORINDA ANTICIPATION to 2m pinkish flowers July-Dec also sporadic
POORINDA CONSTANCE to to 2.5m red flower May-Dec also sporadic
POORINDA FIREBIRD 1-2m. scarlet flower Mar-Dec
POORINDA PETER 2-3m x 2m wide, tolerates semi-shade & limited waterlogging, deep red
POORINDA RACHEL 1-2m, WD acid to neutral soil, pink flower July-Dec & sporadic
POORINDA RONDEAU (G. baueri x G lavandulacea) 1.5-2m pinkish red fl, WD, full sun
POORINDA QUEEN 1-2m. flowers apricot/pink Feb -May & Sept-Dec, hardy
POORINDA ROYAL MANTLE ground cover, full sun/semi-shade, dark red flower Jun-Feb
PREISII ssp glabrilimba (grev seaspray) to .75m x up to 1.5m , red fl, soft red foliage, full sun.
ROBUSTA (Silky Oak) 8-15m. most soil incl. heavy, orange flower Oct-Dec.............................(2)
ROBYN GORDON up to 1m. shelterd position, large red flowers all year responds well to heavy
pruning. G. Superb & G. Mason's Hybrid better suited to Victoria. Only 15cm pot @ $6(+gst)
ROSMARINIFOLIA 1-2m fl pink & cream May-Nov,hardy. Good hedge.(2)
ROSMARINIFOLIA Cream & Green flowering Form as above
ROSMARINIFOLIA "Pryor's Hybrid" (Scarlet Sprite) 1-2m , red flowers July-Nov
SERICEA 1-2m prefer shade but tolerate some sun, mauve pink flower Apr-Nov & sporadic
SPECIOSA (Red Spider Flower) 1-2.5m , pink to deep red flower mainly Jul-Oct
SPECIOSA sub. Oleoides (Botany Bay) 1m x 2m across red flower Jun-Jan
SPLENDOUR (G.ruby clusters)2-3m.Red fl. june-jan.Good for hedging. WD,Full sun/ part shade
SUPERB 1-2m. simlar to G. Robyn Gordon but more vigorous, flowers pinkish-yellow all year
SYNAPHEAE .5-1.5m prefers partshade, responds favourably to heavy pruning, cream fl Jul-Oct
TETRAGONOLOBA 1-3m red fl Jul-Mar, WD, full sun,
THELMENIANA Grey or Green Leaved Form prostrate with open habit, red flower May-Sept
THELMENIANA Ssp. Fililoba "Ellendale Pool" up to 1m high x 2m across. Sandy & clay-loam
soils.Light red flowers in Autumn .......................(2)
THELMENIANA Red Rambler prostrate,20cm x 3m across red flower full sun WD
THELMENIANA Sea Spray
THYRSOIDES to 0.2m x 2m WD , sunny, across deep pink flower
WHITE WINGS 2-3m sun/part shade, white flowers throughout year,
vigorous,prickly................(2)
WINPARA GEM 1.5-2.5m. Deep red fl fading to orange.
WINPARA GOLD 1.5m-2.5m. Pale golden yellow fl. Prefers full sun.
HAKEA Fertilizer should be slow release with low phosphorus level           PROTEACEA
BUCCULENTA (grafted) 3-5m x 2-4m Conspicuous orange-red fl july-nov. All grafted hakeas
listed are grafted onto Hakea Salicifolia rootstocks. ( 15cm pot $9)
BURRENDONG BEAUTY 0.5-1.5m x 1.5-2.5m.Initially low growing, becoming taller with age
                             WD full sun / part shade.
CORIACEA (grafted) 3-5m x 2-4m. Showy cream & pink fl july-sept.
CUCULLATA 2-5m. Pink fl, profuse. WD. Full sun/part shade.
FRANCISIANA (grafted) 3-5m x 2-4m, WD, red flower Jul-Dec,
GIBBOSA upright prickly shrub to 10' , withstands poor drainage, cream flower May-Aug
LAURINA (Pincushion Hakea) 10-20' sensitive to waterlogging, red & cream flower Mar-Aug.(2)
LEHMANNIANA (Blue Hakea) dwarf shrub to 3' , needle leaves, greenish-blue flower Jul-Sep
MULTILINEATA (grafted) bright pink flowers Aug-Nov
NEUROPHYLLA 1-2.5m Reddish-pink fl aug-nov.WD. Related to H. Petiolaris.
OBTUSA 2-3m.Pink fl july-oct.WD in full sun or some shade.Attractive foliage & flowers.
ORTHORRHYNCHA (Bird Beak Hakea) 1.5-3m brilliant red flowers Jun-Oct
PETIOLARIS (Sea Urchin Hakea) 3-6m WD acid soil, pinkish-green fl. Apr-Aug
SALICIFOLIA (Saligna) 2-5m withstands wet conditions, cream flower, red new growth...........(2)
SERICEA (Silky Hakea) 2-4m WD pink flowers Jul-Nov
SUAVEOLENS (Sweet Hakea) 2-4m WD very hardy, white flowers mainly Apr-Jul..............(1*)
VICTORIA (Royal Hakea) to 3m x1.5m across , prickly variegated leaves, flowers pink & cream
VERRUCOSA 1.5-2.5m x 2-3m cream & deep pink fl, prickly foliage, WD full sun/part shade
   HALGANIA CYANEA 0.3-0.9m Most WD soil, Dwarf shrub, deep blue flower July-Dec
HARDENBERGIA VIOLACEA HAPPY WANDERER climber, purple pea flower
VIOLACEA ALBA white flower, bushy habit to 1.5m
VIOLACEA Pink Form climber
HELICRYSUM SEE Ozothamnus & Chrysocephalum.
HELIPTERUM See Rhodanthe
   HEMIANDRA
GARDNERI mauve fl form prostrate WD in full sun
PUNGENS Prostrate spreading shrub, lilac fl June-Apr, WD,sunny position
PUNGENS ALBA white flowering form. prostrate.
PUNGENS PURPUREA as above, with purple tonings on leaves
HYMENOSPORUM FLAVUM (Native Frangipani) Grows to 5m in Vic, to 20m in Qld.
Fragrant cream flowers ageing to orange-yellow. Most soils.
HIBISCUS HETEROPHYLLUS "Aurea" 2-4m. Most WD soil. Regular tip pruning recommended.
                  Both pink & yellow forms available in 5" pots
  HIBBERTIA
ASPERA upright forn 1-1.5m
ASPERA (Port Campbell Form) Dwarf spreading habit, WD, yellow flower Sept-Dec.............(1*)
OBTUSIFOLIA 0.5m WD yellow flower Aug-Dec also sporadic
SERICEA 0.3-1m.Dwarf shrub,yellow fl mainly aug-dec. Prefers part shade. Tip prune.WD
There are other unnamed varieties in stock . All are prostrate with yellow flowers.
  HOMORANTHUS FLAVESCENS 0.2-0.5 x 0.6-1.5m pale yellow-green fl,WD, sun/part shade
HOVEA PUNGENS (Devils Pins) 0.6-2m, purple pea flowers Jul-Nov.
HYPOCALYMMA
AUGUSTIFOLIUM RUBRUM 0.3-0.5m. White fl, pink stems. Part shade/ full sun. WD. Cut fl.
ROBUSTUM 0.8-1.5m.Mauve-pink fl. mostly july-oct, conspicuous.Most WD soil.
STRICTUM 0.3-1m. pink fl dec-apr. WD.
INDIGOFERA AUSTRALIS 1.5-2.5m X 1-3m.Med sahrub with branches becoming arching.
ISOLEPIS NODOSA (Knobby club-rush) 0.5-1.5m x 0.6-2m. Perennial herb. Any soil.
ISOPOGON (not in 2") Fertilizer should be slow release with little or no phosphorous.
ALCICORNIS 0.3-0.5m x 0.6-1.5m. WD yellow & cream flowers Sept-Dec
ANEMONIFOLIUS (Broad Leaved Drumsticks)0.6-2m.WD acid soil, yellow & cream fl. Sept-Nov
ATTENUATUS 0.6-1.3m. Small shrub with pale yellow fl sept-feb. WD Full sun/part shade.Cut fl.
AXILLARIS 1-2m pink flower heads aug-nov. WD sun/semi shade
BUXIFOLIUS 1-2m x 0.6-1.5m Mauve-pink fl ,may-oct,
CERATOPHYLLUS 0.2-1.2m x 0.5-1m, Yellow mainly Sept-Nov, WD moist soil, Part shade/sun
CUNEATUS 1.5 -2.5m purplish-pink fl.july-oct. WD
DUBIUS (Rose Cone Flower) 0.8-1.5m,small shrub,rose-pink flower July-Oct, WD sunny position
FORMOSUS Grey leaf (Rose Cone Flower) 1.5-3m. only WD soil, rose-pink flowers Aug-Dec
POLYCEPHALUS 0.3-1.5m, pale yellow fl mainly sept-feb, not showy, WD full sun/ part shade.
TRILOBUS 1-2.5m cream & yellow flower aug-nov, WD sunny spot
KENNEDIA
COCCINEA (Coral vine) climber, orange-red flower with yellow blotch.
EXIMIA prostrate trailing plant. Scarlet flower with yellow basal blotch.
MACROPHYLLA vigorous climber, dull red pea flower
MICROPHYLLA prostrate, minature leaves, small scarlet pea flower
NIGRICANS climber, tolerates dry, black & yellow pea flower
Kennedia, cont.
PROSTRATA (Running Postman) prostrate, WD scarlet pea flower. This is the local form
PROSTRATA white flower form.
RUBICUNDA climber, dull red pea flower, narrower leaves than Macrophylla
KUNZEA
AFFINIS 1-2m.Showy purplish-pink fl. WD Full sun/part shade. 5” pots only
AMBIGUA 2-4m. WD sunny spot, white flower
AMBIGUA prostrate. White flowers in spring.
BAXTERI 2-4m. WD sunny position, red brushes with white tips
BAXTERI x PULCHELLA to 2m x 3-4m wide.Red fl all year. 5”pots only.
PARVIFOLIA to 1.5m compact, hardy, pink flower
  PARVIFOLIA prostrate form.
POMIFERA prostrate WD, full sun feathery white flower
RECURVA 1.5-2.5m. Mauve-pink fl. aug-dec. Most soil types, but only limited waterlogging.
LAGUNARIA PATERSONII (Pyramid tree/Norfolk Island Hibiscus) to 10m WD......................(1*)
LAMBERTIA INERMIS (Chittick)2-6m.Orange-red or yellow fl mainly july-nov.WD Full sun.....(2)
LASIOPETALUM
BEHRI 0.6-1.3m. Pale pink flowers oct-nov. Prefers a warm spot in WD soil.
FLORIBUNDUM 0.5-1.2m small spreading shrub, small mauve-pink fl aug-jan.WD.
SCHULZENII 0.3-1.5m. Cream fl sept-feb. wd. Full sun/ part shade. Handles alkaline soil (2)
LOMANDRA LONGIFOIA forms tussocks to 70cm x 1m wide. White fl. spikes. Any soil.
LOMATIA VICTORIA(Guitar Plant) 0.5-2m, cream fl Nov-Mar, WD acid soil (not in 2")
LECHENAULTIA                                                                        goodeniaceae
BILOBA small bush to 60cm. WD . Form1 pale blue flower, Form 2 Smaller darker blue flower
FORMOSA prostrate form with dense habit. Deep red flower winter-spring, WD.
FORMOSA form no.2 Slightly more open & spreading habit. Lighter red flower, orange centre
FORMOSA upright form. to 40cm. Red flower.
FORMOSA Yellow/orange form, dark orange form, pink form.
LECHENAULTIA FORMOSA "Scarlet O'Hara" to 30cm. WD sunny location.
TUBIFLORA Red flowering form. prostrate.
LEPTOSPERMUM                                                                                        myrtaceae
CONTINENTALE (Prickly Tea Tree) variable shrub to 3m WD white Flower.......................(1*)
  JUNIPERINUM HORIZONTALIS semi prostrate form of above. CapeNelson......................(1*)
LAEVIGATUM (Coast Tea Tree) 3-6m WD hardy, white flower..........................................(1*)
LANIGERUM (Wooly Tea Tree) 3-5m prefers wetter soil. Widespread along streams & in
swampy locations in SW Vic. Local seed provenance(2)
MACROCARPUM “ to 1m. WD. Pink flowers. Only in 5”
                   “Copper glow” to 3m. Orange/brown foliage. WD.
                  “Norval” to 1.5m bronze-red foliage
MYRSINOIDES 1-4m white to pale pik fl any soil including wet
PETERSONII (Lemon Scented Tea Tree) 3-4m, most soils, white flower................................(2)
  ROTUNDIFOLIUM "Lavender Queen" 1-1.5m WD large mauve flowers
  SCORPARIUM ALBA to 2m WD double white flowers........................................................(2)
  SCOPARIUM BALLERINA to 2m WD double pink flowers..................................................(2)
  SCOPARIUM BURGUNDY QUEEN to 2m WD red tipped foliage, double red flowers..........(2)
  SCOPARIUM "Julie-Ann" prostrate x 1m across, pale mauve/pink flower
  SCOPARIUM NANUM RUBRUM 0.5-1m WD red foliage, single red flowers......................(2)
SERICEUM 1-3m.Pale to bright pink fl. Prefers moist soil in full sun/part shade…(5” pot)…….(2)
LEUCOPOGON
CORDATUS 0.5-1.5m x 0.5-1m. Small shrub                                                             epacridaceae
LANCEOLATUS to 2m.White fl. in spring, WD.
OBOVATUS 0.5-1m WD semi-shade preferred, showy white flowers Aug-Nov.
PARVIFLORUS (Coast Beard Heath) to 4m. Medium bushy shrub. White fl july-nov & mar-apr.
                WD. Handles slightly acid to very alkaline soil. Indigenous to SW vic in very(1*)
                exposed coastal situations.
VERTICILLATUS (Tassel flower/ Whorled heath) 1-4m x 0.5-2m. Slender pinkish-red flowers,with
white lobes. Light well drained soil, with part-shade. Good cut flower.
MELALEUCA
ACEROSA 1m cream flower…………………………………………………………………………..(2)
ALTERNIFOLIA 4-6m best in WD position White fl Nov-Jan , commercial tea tree oil extracted
ARMILLARIS (Bracelet Honeymrytle) 5-10m. Cutting grown.                                                         (1)
ARMILLARIS Mauve Form 3-5m as above but slightly more open habit with finer leaves
ARMILLARIS "Green Globe" 1-1.5m any soils, small dense shrub...........................................(1)
  BRACTEATA "Revolution Gold" 1.5-2m any soil, light green/yellow leaves............................(2
  BRACTEATA "Revolution Green" 2m any soil, bright green foliage, cream flower...............(2)
  BRACTEATA "Golden Gem" 0.5-1.5m golden, drooping foliage...........................................(2)
CITRINA 1-3m. Sulphur yellow fl oct-nov. WD.........................................................................(2)
COCCINEA 1-2.5m. Bright red fl oct-feb. WD sunny position.
DECUSSATA 2-4m most soil, mauve flower..........................................................................(2)
DENSA 1-2m, cream fl. aug-nov. Most soil including wet........................................................(2)
DIOSMIFOLIA 3-5m most soil incl. wet, greenish yellow flower.................................................(2)
ERICIFOLIA to 4m. most soils, hardy, cream flower. Suckering habit………………………..(2)
ERICIFOLIA NANA to 2m. Most soil, including wet..................................................................(2)
FULGENS ssp Steedmanii 1-3m red flower
GIBBOSA 1-2m. Mauve-pink fl mainly nov &dec. Most soils inc wet. Similar to M.Decussata.
HALMATURORUM (Salt Paperbark) 4-8m. Cream fl in spring. White papery bark. Extremely
     adaptable. Handles severely saline soil. Recommended for close planting as a copse.
Common in the S.E. of South Aust, the only local occurence is at the Fitzroy river outlet.......(1**)
HYPERICIFOLIA 2-4m most soil, orange-red flower...............................................................(2)
HYPERICIFOLIA prostrate form.(only 5” pot)
INCANA (Grey Honeymyrtle) 3m most soil incl. wet, seeping habit, cream/yellow flower
LANCEOLATA (Moonah) to 6m most soil incl. wet, creamy white flower................................(1*)
LANCEOLATA Pink Tips (Eyre Pennisula)
LINARIFOLIA (Snow in Summer) 7m most soil incl. wet, cream brushes............................(2)
  MICROMERA (WA) to 1.5m scale-like leaves, small yellow flower heads Nov-Dec
MICROPHYLLA 2-4m, dense habit, cream fl. sept-nov. WD , prefers sandy soil......................(1)
NESOPHYLLA to 4m most soils, hardy, mauve ball flowers....................................................(1)
  NESOPHYLLA Dwarf. to 2m x 3m across. Similar to taller form, but with finer leaves.........(1)
PULCHELLA (Claw Flower) ground cover to 0.5m, mauve flower
SQUAMEA to 3m most soil incl. wet, full sun, deep pink flower
SQUARROSA (Scented Paperbark) 3-6m wet site, cream brushes..........................................(2)
STYPHELOIDES (Prickly Paperbark) 18-50' most soils incl.swampy ......................................(2)
  MELALEUCA THYMIFOLIA "White Lace" & "Pink Lace". Both are dwarf shrubs to 3m
VIOLACEA prostrate to 0.5m small mauve flower
MENTHA
AUSTRALIS (Native mint) perennial herb. to 0.7m x 1.5m.Full sun/ part shade in miosture
DIEMENICA (Slender mint) 0.1-0.3m x up to 2m. Vigorous mat forming variety Damp situation.
MICROMYRTUS CILIATA 0.3-1m. pale pink fl mar-nov. Prefers moist WD acid soil.
MIRBELIA DILITATA 2-3m violet-pink fl prune regularly
OXYLOBOIDES 0.3-2m. Yellow & orange pea fl.Full sun/ part shade.
MYOPORUM
ACUMINATUM 2-8m x 2-10m. Medium shrub to small tree. Best in a WD sunny spot..............(1)
  FLORIBUNDUM Spreading shrub to 3m WD drooping leaves, white flowers
INSULARE (Boobialla) Rounded tall shrub or small tree to 5m, WD .......................................(1*)
  INSULARE Cape Nelson form 2-4m WD.............................................................................(1*)
  PARVIFOLIUM Fine Leaf Form prostrate , vigorous , tiny pink flower.................................(1)
  PARVIFOLIUM, broad leaf, white fl form. to 50cm.
  PARVIFOLIUM Purpurea purple leaved form of above, white flower
OLEARIA
 AXILLARIS (Daisy Bush) to 2m silvery - grey leaves, white flower ...........................(1*)
PHLOGOPAPPA to 1.5m x 1m WD, sunny position, white, pink & mauve forms.
OZOTHAMNUS
DIOSMIFOLIUM (Sago flower) 2-4m x 1-3m. White, pinkish-white & lime green flowering forms.
         Clusters of flowers aug-dec & feb-apr.Hard prune after flowering.Best in WD/full sun
LEDIFOLIUM (Kerosine bush) 0.6-1.5m. Yellowish-white fl mainly nov-feb.WD,aromatic foliage
ROSMARINIFOLIUS 1 .5-3m. Clusters of white fl,white bark.Full sun/part shade.Prune regularly
TURBINATUS (Helichrysum Paralium) Green leaf form.1-3m. Shrub with young growth yellowish.
Crowded fl heads cream to yellow. Tolerates very alkaline soil & extreme salt laden winds.
Indigenous to SW vic along exposed coastal dunes.....................................(1**)
TURBINALIS (Coast Everlasting) Grey leaf form 1-3m. Tolerates same as above..................(1**)
PANDOREA
JASMINOIDES (Bower of beauty) vigorous climber, fl cream/pink with deep pink throat.Full sun.
PANDORANA (Wonga wonga vine)climber, tubular cream fl with purple on interior. Adaptable
PATERSONIA OCCIDENTALIS dense tufts to 50cm. Mauve or white fl. forms. Sept-Dec
PETROPHILE SQUAMATA to 1m. Yellow flowers in terminal heads. Coastal sand.
PHEBALIUM SQUAMULOSUM to 2m. Yellow fl mainly in spring. WD, prefers part shade
PIMELIA
  FERRUGINEA BON PETITE 70cm x 70cm, pink fl Oct-Mar,WD sunny position
  GLAUCA to 30cm, white fl spring & summer. WD sunny location.
  SERPYLLIFOLIA (Thyme rice flower) shrub to 1.5m. Indigenous to SW vic on coastal sand.
PITTOSPORUM
PHILLYREOIDES to 6m WD sunny, pendulous branches,cream fl. followed by orange berries
UNDULATUM (Sweet Pittosporum) 5-11m WD white flower
Hybrid Varieties also available
POA
HALMATURINA similar to P poiformis grows to 15cm
LABILLARDIERI to 80cm, Tussock forming grass, narrow greyish leaves
POIFORMIS (Coast tussock grass) to 1m……………………………………………………….(1)
SIEBERIANA (tussock grass)
POMADERRIS AUREA medium shrub, yellow flower in spring.
PROSTANTHERA available in 3" +
CUNEATA to 1m.White flowers in summer.
DENTICULATA 0.5mx 1.5m across, WD semi-shade, purple flower
OVALIFOLIA 2m WD needs regular pruning, purple flower
VIOLACEA small shrub to 1m. Purple flowers.
PRATIA PENDICULATA ground cover, damp shaded spot, light blue flower
  PULTENAEA
CANALICULATA var. latifolia small shrub, yellow pea flower…………………………………..(2)
JUNIPERINA to 1m yellow pea flower
PENDUNCULATA prostrate trailing plant, WD yellow-orange pea flower
REGELIA VELUTINA to 3m x 1.5m. pyramid-shaped shrub with grey-gren foliage.Terminal red
                    flowers oct-feb. WD
RESTIO TETRAPHYLLUS creeping plant , erect stems to 1m with fine plume-like foliage.
 Used commercially fo background foliage. Prefers damp sandy soil in full sun.(not in 2")
SCAEVOLA
  AEMULA "Purple Fanfare" Mauve-blue flowers spring-autumn. WD. Full sun/ part shade.
  HUMILIS 'Mauve clusters" Prostrate x up to 1m wide.Suckering ground cover. WD
SCHOLTZIA INVOLUCRATA to 1m x 1.5m wide. Small pale pink fl, WD, full sun. (12.5cm pot)
SENECIO
GLAUCA small shrub to 60cm. White flowers sept-dec. Native to coastal SW Vic.
LAUTUS prostrate plant, yellow flower....................................................................(1*)
  SOLLYA HETEROPHYLLA (Blue Bell Creeper) Vigorous climber, any position, blue,white &
    pink flowering forms,flowers in spring & summer
SPHAEROLOBIUM VIMINEUM to 60cm.WD sun/part shade, erect leafless shrub, yellow /red
pea fl.
SPIRIDIUM
PARVIFOLIUM (Dusty miller) to 3m x 1.5m. Terminal cream fl. aug-dec.WD.
VEXILLIFERUM to 1m, young shoots rusty.White fl., WD. Only 12.5cm pot.
SPRENGELIA INCARNATA (Pink swamp heath) usually to 1m.White fl. tinged pink.
STIPA
FLAVESCENS tufting perennial grass to 1.5m. Flower heads in spring-summer.
MOLLIS tufting perennial to 1.5m.Green to purplish fl. plumes.
STYLIDIUM GRAMINIFOLIUM. Clumping plant with grass-like leaves, Pink fl. spikes.
TELOPEA
OREADES (Gippsland waratah) up to 12m, usually smaller. WD acid soil. Red fl to 10cm.
TRUNCATA (Tasmanian waratah) eract shrub or small tree to 5m. Red fl. WD                                   acid soil.
Tolerates shade & frost. Not in tubes.
THEMEDA TRIANDRA (Kangaroo grass) clumping perennial grass to 1m.Rust brown fl spikes
SWAINSONIA FORMOSUS (Clianthus Formosus) (Sturts Desert Pea) Grafted.
              in 6" $9 Must have a WD, sunny location with adequate ventilation.
THOMASIA         in 3" +
FOLIOSA small shrub, mauve-pink flowers.WD
SOLANACEA shrub to 1.5m.Pale pink fl in spring.
THYSANOTUS PATERSONII weak climber to 60-80cm. Showy purple flowers in spring &
    summer. WD, full sun. Likes to twine around neighbouring plants or hang over rocks.
  THRYPTOMENE All varieties need fairly good drainage, full sun/part shade, & mulching.
BAECKEACEA (W.A.) to 3m purplish-pink flower
CALYCINA (Grampians Thryptomene) 1-2m x up to 3m.White fl. Good cut flower.
HYPORHYTIS 30-90cm. Small shrub with pale pink flowers.(WA)
SAXICOLA to 1m small pale rose flower. (WA)
SAXICOLA "Pink Lace" semi groundcover, finer leaf, pink flower
STENOPHYLLA to 70cm x 1m. Deep pink fl winter/spring.WD
SAXICOLA White Flowering Form. Prostrate. Flowers in winter & spring
  VERTICORDIA (Feather flower)              Perfect drainage & full sun required.
CHRYSANTHA 50-70cm linear leaves, feathery yellow flowers aug-dec.
DENSIFLORA narrow leaves; small white flowers spring & summer.
DRUMMONDII to 50cm WD full sun pink flower
MONODELPHI to 80cm white fl form WD full sun
PLUMOSA 1-2m pink flower in spring.
VIOLA HEDERACEA (Native Violet) prostrate, WD damp spot. Shade/sun. mauve &white forms
VIMINARIA JUNCEA (Native Broom) to 6m Pendulous,leafless branches, yellow pea flower
  WESTRINGIA
FRUTICOSA (Coastal Rosemary) to 2m WD dense shrub with white flowers.........................(1*)
FRUTICOSA Variegated Form 1. Form 2.
FRUITICOSA “Gervis Bay” to 1.5m mauve
GLABRA to 2m WD mauve flower
WYNYABBIE GEM to 2m WD blue-mauve flower
WAHLENBERGIA GLORIOSA prostrate with dark blue fl.Best in WD moist soil.
XANTHORRHOEA               in 8" pots
AUSTRALIS(Grass Tree) Grass-like leaves up to 1m in length,it takes
many years before a trunk is formed & about 10 years for spear-like flower spikes 4-5m high.
Slow growing, WD sunny position.
MINOR similar to above, but does not grow trunk.
SEMIPLANA (Kangaroo Island)
XYLOMELUM OCCIDENTALE (Woody pear) to 5m.Cream-yellow flower spikes. WD.
EXOTICS. We have a limited range of exotics, mostly South African Proteacea
and some New Zealand species.
AULAX CANCELLATA to 2m. Yellow fl in spring (male plant) WD, full sun.
CERATONIA SILIQUA (Carob tree) 5-10m. Edible pods.
CLIANTHUS PUNICEUS to 2m. Red pea fl., fern-like leaves.Most soil. White fl. form also avail.
CUPRESSOCYPARIS           in 3" & 6" . Quantity price on application
ERIOCEPHALUS AFRICANUS 30-90cm.Sth Africa,silver-green leaves,sm white daisy flower (1)
LEUCADENDRON in 15cm pots @$6, Proteaflora plants in 15cm pots @ $8
ARGENTEUM (Silver tree) 7-8m.Silky silver foliage. EUCALYPTIFOLIUM
INCA GOLD (Salignum x Laureolum) 1.5m Yellow tulip shaped blooms.
GALPINI , female plant. to 2m.Grey-green foliage, silver cone flowers, WD, full sun.
GOLDEN MITRE similar to L.Inca gold. To 1.5m.
SALICIFOLIUM to3m.
SALIGNUM to 50cm.
SALIGNUM “Katies blush” to 1.5m. A variegated sport from L.Silvan red.
SALIGNUM "Safari sunset" (Salignum x Laureolum) deeper red blooms than Silvan red,to 3m
SALIGNUM "Silvan Red" (Salignum x Laureolum) 1.5m Red blooms.
SESSILE to 1m.Creamy yellow blooms.
THYMIFOLIUM to 2m. Bronze flower cones.
ULIGINOSUM to 2m. Silver foliage, cream & green flowers.
LEUCOSPERMUM Proteaflora plants in 15cm pots @ $8, others in 15cm pots @ $6
CORDIFOLIUM 1-1.5m. Orange flowers, Carnival dawn (Yellow)P,
CORDIFOLIUM Firewheel, Pink, Yellow
             Scarlet Ribbon, Mardi Gras,
GLABRUM,PRAECOX.
METROSIDEROS TOMENTOSA (NZ Christmas tree) green or variegated leaved forms (1)
PITTOSPORUM
TENUIFOLIUM var.IRENE PATTERSON to 3m. compact medium shrub. Goodscreen/ hedge.
               JAMES STIRLING up to 9m x 5m. Silvery green foliage.
               TOM THUMB to 75cm x 75cm. Deep red-brown foliage, new growth green.
               There are a number of other forms available.
               STIRLING GOLD only in 8"
PROTEA Proteaflora plants , in 15cm pots @ $8 +gst, others in 15cm pots @ $6 +gst
ARISTATA x REPENS “Venus” to 2.5m. Deep red fl. in spring-summer P
AUREA (P.Longiflora) to 3m. WD, full sun.Flower colour varies from white, pink through to red.
COMPACTA “Christine” to 2.5m. Deep pink fl. P
COMPACTA x “pink princess” to 2.5m. pink fl with white.P
COMPACTA to3m.Mauve-pink blooms.
CYNAROIDES (King protea) 1m. Pink flowers
EXIMEA (P.Latifolia) to 3m. Red bracts.WD, full sun.
LACTICOLOUR to 3m. Pink flower.
MAGNIFICA (Queen protea) 1.5-2.5m Pink or white flowering forms
MAGNIFICA x NERIIFOLIA “may day”to 2.5m.pink fl tipped with silver. WD. Full sun.P
NERIFOLIA 2-3m. Red or cream flowering forms.
NERIIFOLIA x “frosted fire” to 2m.Red fl tipped silver.P
PINK ICE to 2m. One of the hardiest and the most popular protea.
REPENS 2-3m. Red or cream flowering forms
SCHINUS MOLLE (Pepper tree) 6-14m. Drooping fern-like leaves.