Butterfly plants

Butterfly attracting plants. 19 products

Acronychia oblongifolia

White Aspen (Acronychia oblongifolia) $3.50

Beautiful, medium sized rainforest tree with attractive, dense lemon scented foliage and edible white fruit (tastes like lemon rind). Grows equally well in full sun or shade. A great shade tree attractive to birds, bees and butterflies.
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Angophora floribunda

Rough Barked Apple (Angophora floribunda) $3.50

A heavy flowering specimen tree with an interesting trunk of fibrous grey bark. It produces profuse clusters of creamy white flowers through mid spring to early summer. It is bird attracting & bees like it as well.
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Aristolochia praevenosa

Richmond Birdwing Butterfly Vine (Aristolochia praevenosa) $3.50

Naturally found in rainforest, rainforest margins and wet sclerophyll forest from NE NSW to SE QLD this evergreen climbing vine is the food source and attractor of the rare Richmond Birdwing Butterfly .Can be trained on a strong trellis or let grow to the tops of trees to enhance the canopy.
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Backhousia citriodora

Lemon Myrtle (Backhousia citriodora) $4.00

Very dense, low branching large shrub /small tree that bears masses of white flowers 1cm in diameter. Leaves have a very pleasant lemon fragrance. Makes a good taller screen. Grows to 6m high in full-sun.
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Backhousia myrtifolia

Cinnamon Myrtle (Backhousia myrtifolia) $4.00

A small tree with bright green tear-shaped leaves and graceful weeping branches. Bears masses white flowers, with persistent green sepals during Summer.Leaves have a Cinnamon fragrance. Grows to 7m in the open.
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Banksia blechnifolia

Ground Cover Banksia (Banksia blechnifolia) $5.25

A small, prostrate ground cover with interesting serrated foliage and large attractive flowers. Leaves are over 300mm long, deeply lobed and bluish green. Young growth is covered with reddish hairs. Flowers are large and reddish-pink, becoming cream towards the base. Flowering occurs in Spring from late September to mid November. Grows less than 1 metre high but up to 4m wide!
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Callerya megasperma

Native Wisteria (Callerya megasperma) $3.50

Naturally found in rainforest, rainforest margins and wet sclerophyll forest from NE NSW to SE QLD this evergreen climbing vine bears masses of lilac pea type flowers throughout Spring and deep green, glossy leaves. This is also Native Butterfly attracting vine, like the Richmond Birdwing Vine and is quite often found growing together in its native habitat. This species attracts theĀ  Pencilled Blue and Large Banded Awl Butterflies. Can be trained on a strong trellis or let grow to the tops of trees to enhance the canopy.
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Callistemon Hannah Ray

Hannah Ray Bottlebrush (Callistemon Hannah Ray) $3.50

A beautiful medium sized shrub which is similar to, but slightly smaller in height than Callistemon Dawson River. Foliage is dense and elegant with weeping branches. Bears masses of red bottlebrush flowers in Spring. Grows to around 3 metres high.
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Callistemon Pink Alma

Pink Alma Bottlebrush (Callistemon Pink Alma) $3.50

A showy little shrub has a well-branched, compact habit and flowers profusely in Spring and a lesser flowering in Autumn. A great bird, bee and butterfly attracting plant and adaptable to a wide range of conditions. Grows to 1.5 metres high.
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Crowea exalata

Small Crowea (Crowea exalata) $3.50

Showy and hardy little shrub which bears masses of star-like, pink flowers in Summer and Autumn. Also has smaller flowerings at other times. Prefers well-drained and mulched soil. Good cut flowers.
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