Rainforest plants

Plants that originally come from a Rainforest environment. Many also thrive in full-sun and allow you to establish fire resistant, shady gardens. 80 products

Dianella caerulea

Blue Flax Lily (Dianella caerulea) $2.95

A small and very popular Native Lily for use as a garden edging or in a rockery. Grows to only about half a metre high with green strap like leaves and is happy in either shade or sun. Bears blue star like flowers with yellow anthers in Spring followed by blue berries. Frost resistant.
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Diploglottis campbellii

Small Leafed Tamarind (Diploglottis campbellii) $3.50

A beautiful,small, dense shade tree which bears small white flowers followed by large orange fruits up to 7cm in diameter. These fruits are filled with a delicious,acidic pulp. Is a good shade and screening tree.
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Elaeocarpus grandis

Blue Quandong (Elaeocarpus grandis) $3.50

Large and fast growing rainforest tree with a buttressed trunk and dark green leaves with a red flush in older foliage. Bears masses of white flowers followed by blue berries which are eaten by Scrub Turkeys. The Aborigines also used the fruits for bush tucker and ornaments
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Ficus coronata

Sandpaper Fig (Ficus coronata) $3.50

A medium sized tree with a dense habit, when grown in full-sun, and attractive dark green leaves with a sandpapery texture.The soft, dark fruits, when ripe, are very sweet to eat.
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Ficus fraseri

Sandpaper Fig (Ficus fraseri) $3.50

A medium sized,but fast-growing, fig tree with the typical ,rough, sand-paper like leaves and smooth, globular red fruits which are very attractive to a wide range of native birds and animals. Grows up to 15m high.
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Ficus macrophylla

Moreton Bay Fig (Ficus macrophylla) $3.50

Large, wide spreading tree with a thick buttressed trunk and large, glossy leaves which make it one of the best shade trees that there are - but make sure youve got the room!
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Ficus obliqua

Small Leafed Fig (Ficus obliqua) $3.50

A large,spreading shade tree with small, rounded, dark-greenleaves. Also grows as a strangler-type fig.Figs are very attractive to native birds.
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Ficus superba var. henneana

Superb Fig (Ficus superba var. henneana) $3.50

Tall, buttressed tree or "Strangler" with deep, green, glossy foliage.Large, edible purple figs, with pale spots, to 25mm in diameter. Terrific shade tree and Native Wildlife attractor. Grows to 15m in full sun positions.
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Ficus watkinsiana

Strangler Fig (Ficus watkinsiana) $3.50

A large, wide spreading tree which is a must for all rainforest plantings. Fruits are very attractive to all fig-eating birds and mammals. A heavily buttressed root system which climbs up existing live and dead trees towards the light.
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Flindersia australis

Australian Teak (Flindersia australis) $3.50

A beautiful and very hardy rainforest tree that makes a great shade tree and windbreak due to its dense foliage and low branching habit. It has dark green, glossy, foliage and bears masses of white flowers in November.
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