Trees - various

Australian Native trees for all types of uses. 102 products

Acacia decurrens

Green Wattle (Acacia decurrens) $3.50

A medium sized, fast growing wattle with a green trunk, dark green, bipinnate leaves and very fine leaflets. Bears masses of golden ball shaped flowers in Spring.Grows 12 to 15m high eventually.
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Acacia elata

Cedar Wattle (Acacia elata) $3.50

Fast growing, tall tree with fern-like foliage. Fragrant pale yellow flowers appear in Summer. Prefers a moist, well drained position. A long lived (100yrs+) and attractive tree. Grows up to 12m high.
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Acacia maidenii

Maidens Wattle (Acacia maidenii) $3.50

An attractive ornamental tree along streets and in parks and very good for reforestation in suitable areas. Prefers full sun to partial shade with an ample supply of water. It grows primarily in areas near the coast in higher rainfall areas on the margins of rainforest and in wet sclerophyll forest. It grows along the coast of NSW, onto the tablelands and central western slopes, and into Victoria and Queensland.
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Acacia melanoxylon

Blackwood (Acacia melanoxylon) $3.50

A long lived (100yrs+) and attractive wattle tree which produces a highly sought after, dark cabinet timber. Planted in the open it makes a good, dense windbreak.Frost resistant.
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Acmena smithii

Lilly Pilly Satinash (Acmena smithii) $3.50

A very hardy and dense tree with beautifully coloured new foliage of red and dark pink. Bears white flowers followed by purple to white fruits. Makes a great windbreak tree.
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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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Agathis robusta

Kauri Pine (Agathis robusta) $4.00

A beautiful, fast growing native Pine which grows equally well in either rainforest or full sun positions. The tree bears soft, elliptical leaves (which are typical of some of the earliest tree types that evolved) which make a very dense canopy of bright green foliage.A great shade and specimen tree.
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Agonis flexuosa

Willow Myrtle (Agonis flexuosa) $3.50

Lovely medium sized tree with a beautiful weeping habit. Bears masses of small white flowers in Spring. A good specimen and windbreak tree. Frost resistant.
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Alloxylon flammeum

Queensland Tree Waratah (Alloxylon flammeum) $5.25

One of the most spectacular native trees that there is. Beautiful, green shady foliage and masses of large red flowers over several months in spring. Great specimen tree and bird-life attractor.Grows to 8m high in the full-sun.
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Angophora costata

Sydney Red Gum (Angophora costata) $3.50

A beautiful specimen tree with striking new salmon/pink coloured bark which gradually turns grey, and its mass of white flowers which bloom over the summer months and are produced in large bunches. The individual flowers are about 2 cm wide with five tooth-like sepals, five larger semi-circular petals, and a large number of long stamens. The seed capsules are goblet-shaped, 2 cm long and as wide, often with fairly prominent ribs. The usual recorded flowering time is December or January.
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