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. 82 products

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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Flindersia schottiana

Cudgerie (Flindersia schottiana) $4.00

A large, fast growing and shady rainforest tree with large, bright green leaves and honey scented white flowers. Grows naturally from Far North QLD to Kempsey but would grow well all down the East Coast.
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Flindersia xanthoxyla

Yellow Wood (Flindersia xanthoxyla) $3.50

A beautifully dense, shady tree which bears masses of yellow flowers from June to September, followed by starfish like seed pods. Equally at home in the open or Rainforest. A great specimen tree also.
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Grevillea baileyana

White Oak (Grevillea baileyana) $3.50

A beautiful ,hardy, shade tree with large glossy , dark green leaves which are golden bronze on the underside.Bears masses of White flowers, in branched spikes, during Spring.This is a very showy specimen tree that grows successfully from Coffs Harbour to Cairns.Grows to 10 metres high in full sun p
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Grevillea robusta

Silky Oak (Grevillea robusta) $3.50

A fast growing attractive tree with fern-like leaves and masses of golden flowers in Spring which attract many native birds including Parakeets and Lorikeets. Produces a high quality timber.
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Hardenbergia Happy Wanderer

Climbing Violet (Hardenbergia Happy Wanderer) $3.50

A vigorous growing and prolific flowering form of Hardenbergia violacea which climbs as well as trails along the ground.Beautiful purple "pea" type flowers.
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Hardenbergia violacea

Purple Coral Pea (Hardenbergia violacea) $3.50

A beautiful native vine or groundcover, if it has nothing to climb on, bears masses of brilliant purple pea type flowers in late Winter to early Spring.
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Hardenbergia violaceae alba shrub

White Sarsparilla Shrub (Hardenbergia violaceae alba shrub) $3.50

A vigorous white flowering , shrub form of the Hardenbergia violacea climber , but which is self supporting and free standing .It can be pruned into a hedge and bears masses of beautiful pure white flowers.
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Hardenbergia violaceae Bliss

Hardenbergia violaceae Bliss (Hardenbergia violaceae Bliss) $3.50

Hardy self supporting shrub or compact climber that grows from 1m to 2m tall. Spectacular sprays of lilac pea-type  flowers during late Winter and early Spring. Frost tolerant.
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Hardenbergia violaceae rosea

Pink Native Sarsparilla (Hardenbergia violaceae rosea) $3.50

A very showy climbing plant. It is moderately vigorous but rarely covers other plants so extensively as to cause damage. The foliage is dense and dark, glossy green. Soft pink pea shaped flowers occur in heavy pendant clusters in Spring.
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