Plants



1m
Min.temp: 5°C
Part shade

A popular cordyline with bright green and lime green variegations and hot pink edges. When mass planted, the Cordyline 'Kiwi' is sure to brighten up the garden. Grows best in part shade and is also well suited as indoor potted specimens.

1m
Full sun to part shade

A colourful and vibrant addition to any tropical garden. Fantastic splash of colour when planted in amongst palms and leafy tropicals.

up to 1m
Min.temp: 5°C
Full sun to part shade

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1 to 2m
Prefers part shade

A great hardy landscaping ginger with red edible flowers produced from lemon yellow cones.

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1.5 to 2m
Prefers part shade

A hardy and cold tolerant ginger with green cones an frilly white flowers.

1 to 1.5m
Prefers part shade

A beautiful hardy and cold tolerant ginger with variegated foliage with snowy white flowers. Has a tendency to revert to solid green leaves - prune away any stems with green leaves to maintain variegations. Good pot plant.

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2 to 3m
Full sun to part shade

A highly decorative and unusual Costus with hairy spiraling stems with dark coloured leaves and purple undersides. Flowers rarely but is well worth it just for the foliage.

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1m
Part shade

A small and compact ginger with red bracts and white / pink flowers.

2 to 3m
Prefers part shade

One of the best ornamental gingers. Its large size and showy flowers make it a great addition to any garden. It flowers nearly year round, both from the tops of the stems and from basal stems. Makes a great pot plant for patios and verandas.

70 to 100cm
Part shade

This is a new release and an absolute gem of a ginger. A compact growing costus with maroon stems and undersides of leaves. As with many costus, the yellow flowers are edible and make a great zesty addition to salads.

1.5 to 2m
Part shade

The compact growth and year-round flowering makes this a great addition to the garden. Easy to grow in-ground. Makes great pot plants.

Costus dubius (Showy Costus)
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1.5 to 2m
Part shade

Dense clumps of lush spiraling stems. White flowers with yellow centres on green cones.

0.5 to 1m
Medium to heavy shade

A beautiful colour-contrasting understorey plant. Waxy leaves with dark green tops and deep burgundy undersides. White and pink flowers cradled within the dark coloured foliage.

1.5 to 2.5m
Full sun to part shade

A large costus with bulging nodes giving the stems a bamboo-like appearance. Produces green cones with yellow flowers.

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50 to 80cm
Part shade / shade

A small compact costus with bright yellow flowers atop thin spiralling stems with fine hairs. A great under-story ginger for for shady spots in the garden.

2 to 3m
Full sun to part shade

Rather tall and slender foliage with yellow flowers.

2 to 3m
Full sun to part shade

Rather tall and slender foliage with white/red/yellow flowers.

0.5 to 1m
Part shade / shade

A relatively small ginger with wonderful velvety leaves and red and yellow flowers. A great under-storey ground cover and filler. Deciduous in cool climates.

1.5 to 2m
Part shade

The main feature of this hardy ginger is the banded or stripy stems. It produces green cones with yellow flowers both from the end of the stems and from basal blooms. A great landscaping plant.

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0.5 to 1m
Part shade / Shade

A fantastic ginger which flowers nearly year round. Bright red bracts with orange flowers. Great in any garden or pot. The orange day flowers are edible which make a zesty addition to your garden salads.

1 to 2m
Part shade

Beautiful hardy ginger with spiraling stems which produces long red cone-like bracts with red and yellow flowers. Good pot plant and cut flower.

1 to 1.5m
Part shade

A hardy and cold tolerant ginger with dark green foliage and maroon cones which produce bright pink flowers (usually one at a time). Great pot plant or landscaping plant.

1.5 to 2m
Part shade

The real feature of this one is the spectacular 'banded' stems and long curly leaves. Bright red basal inflorescence. It's quite rare that it flowers in cooler climates, but definitely still worth it for the foliage.

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1 to 1.5m
Part shade

A beautiful landscaping plant with very attractive spiralling stems and burgundy undersides of the leaves. Produces flowers both from the tops of the stems as well as from flower spikes from the ground.

1 to 1.5m
Part shade / Shade

A hybrid which shares properties from both varzearum and productus. Great contrasting foliage with maroon undersides. Pink bracts with green tips producing orange tubular flowers. A great landscaping plant.

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Up to 2m
Grows best in part shade

The very hairy spiralling stems makes this ginger very easy to recognise. A medium sized ginger, growing up to 2m in height, with light yellow coloured flowers at the tops of the stems.

1 to 1.5m
Prefers part shade

A somewhat fitting name - the pinky red colour of the flower is 'smudged' into the base of the leaves. Very smooth and tough foliage. A good landscaping ginger and pot plant.

20cm
Min.temp: Frost free
Part shade

Crypanthus are a fascinating genus of the Bromeliaceae family. They are easy to grow and particularly hardy, either in ground or when grown in pots. Adds a wonderful splash of colour around rockeries or logs in shady areas of the garden.

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20cm
Part shade / Shade

A low growing ground cover featuring silver foliage with thin green herring-bone pattern.

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20cm to 30cm
Part shade / Shade

A beautiful low growing ground cover, ideal for shady spots. Quite large rectangular shaped leaves which are silver in colour with a bold dark green herring-bone pattern.

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70 to 100cm
Part shade / Shade

A wonderful foliage plant for a shady spot in your garden. Great contrasting colour - silver leaves with bold dark green herring-bone pattern.

0.5 to 1m
Full sun to part shade

The rhizomes of this native Australian ginger can be used as a spice in cooking in much the same way as its Asian relative (Turmeric - Cur. Domestica). This ginger also makes a great ornamental plant with its mauve bracts and yellow flowers. Deciduous.

60 to 80cm
Full sun to part shade

A deciduous ginger which grows to about 60 or 70cm in height. Roots can be harvested in Autumn or Winter and eaten - usually dried and ground (Ground Turmeric). Great for cut flowers.

1m
Full sun to part shade

A fantastic landscaping ginger with bright coloured maroon stems and leaf mid-ribs. Great for cut flowers. Deciduous during winter.

5 to 10m
Min.temp: Frost free
Full sun to part shade

A fast-growing single trunked tall and elegant tree fern with long spreading fronds which creates a wonderful canopy. The Australian Tree Fern is sure to add a tropical rainforest feel to your garden.

Dendrocalamopsis stenoaurita
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5m
Min.temp: -2°C
Full sun to part shade

A tight clumping, small bushy garden bamboo. Great for privacy screens or feature.

25m
Min.temp: -2°C
Full sun

Produces high quality timber and edible shoots. Beautiful lush foliage.

4m
Min.temp: -2°C
Full sun to part shade

A nice, dense, garden bamboo with unusual fern-like leaves. Makes a great privacy screen or small feature. It has a very tight clumping and erect growth habit, so good for areas with limited space.

30m
Min.temp: -5°C
Full sun

A magnificent looking bamboo with enormous straight culms which are covered in velvet-like hair. Grown commercially for timber and edible shoots.If you have the space, then it makes a stunning feature plant. Best suited to acreage due to its giant size.

30m
Min.temp: -5°C
Full sun

This black culmed giant produces great timber and boasts the fastest growth rate of all the big bamboos. It also produces beautiful sweet edible shoots. A must have if you've got the space.

36m
Min.temp: -4°C
Full sun

Tallest bamboo in the world. It's thick walled culms makes good timber. Edible shoots. Potentially, it can grow to the specified height. However, in Australian conditions, it is unusual to see it taller than 25m.

36m
Min.temp: -5°C
Full sun

Green culms that turn black with age. A vigorous grower with thick walled culms which produces good quality timber. Edible shoots.

30m
Min.temp: -2°C
Full sun

Potentially one of the largest bamboo in the world with quality timber and edible shoots. Needs tropical conditions to reach its potential. In subtropical climates such as at Bamboo Land, it tends to grow to about 20m.

25m
Min.temp: -4°C
Full sun

A beautiful bamboo with light green culms, tidy upright growth habit and large leaves. The main feature of this bamboo (apart from its beauty) is the sweet tasting shoots. It is by far one of the best bamboos for edible shoots.

24m
Min.temp: -4°C
Full sun

Light green culms striped with darker green. Large leaves with occasional yellow stripes. A magnificent ornamental with good edible shoots.

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15m
Min.temp: -4°C
Full sun

Striated form of D. Brandisii. A beautiful bamboo with good timber and edible shoots. Green culms with yellow striations, large leaves, and slightly arching culms.

15m
Min.temp: -4°C
Full sun

A large bamboo with small leaves, and a very branchy and bushy growth habit. The culms are erect with weeping tops. The small leaves gives it a 'fluffy' appearance which makes it look great when viewed from a distance.

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8m
Min.temp: -5°C
Full sun

A beautiful ornamental bamboo - very large glossy leaves, clean smooth culms, long slender arching tops. Very similar to the popular Ghost Bamboo, apart from lack of striations, and less white culms.

8m
Min.temp: -5°C
Full sun

A spectacular feature plant. White powder covered lime-green culms with dark green striations. It has a tidy, upright growth habit, with long slender arching tops. The large leaves gives it a very tropical appearance.

15m
Min.temp: -2°C
Full sun

Great timber and edible shoots. An attractive bamboo due to its unusual rusty orange culms and large leaves. This bamboo flowered gregariously in 2005. All plants sold now are from the seedlings.

10m
Min.temp: -5°C
Full sun to part shade

Edible shoots and good quality timber. Its not a very ornamental bamboo, but the near solid culms still make it an important timber bamboo.

1 to 1.5m
Part shade / Shade

A highly decorative plant which is great in protected areas or pots. Flowers easily during Summer and Autumn. Though this plant looks and grows like a ginger, it does not actually belong to the ginger family.

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60 to 80cm
Min.temp: Tolerates frost
Full sun to part shade

A very hardy landscaping plant with a clumping grass-like appearance which produces pale yellow flowers during Spring and Summer. Great for borders in full sun positions.

1.5 to 2.5m
Full sun to part shade

A hardy vigorous grower with lemon yellow crepe flowers.

6m
Min.temp: 5°C
Full sun

An attractive evergreen tree which produces fruit known as 'Chocolate Pudding Fruit'. Fruit can be used as a chocolate substitute in recipes and milkshakes. Fruit can be eaten fresh, is low in fat, and is an excellent source of vitamin C.

3 to 5m
Min.temp: Frost free
Full sun to part shade

A multi-stemmed shrub with whorls of strappy green and yellow variegated leaves. A very adaptable plant which can be grown in full sun outdoors, or in lower light levels indoors. A fantastic accent plant in tropical gardens. Hardy indoor pot plant.

3 to 5m
Min.temp: Frost free
Full sun to part shade

A multi-stemmed shrub with whorls of strappy lime green / dark green variegated leaves. A very adaptable plant which can be grown in full sun outdoors, or in lower light levels indoors. A fantastic accent plant in tropical gardens. Hardy indoor pot plant.

1.5m
Part shade / Shade

Despite its name, this plant actually has no relation to bamboo. It is however a fantastic plant for growing indoors or on patios and verandas if you want to achieve a bit of the bamboo look. Cut stems can easily be grown in just water.

35m
Min.temp: Tolerates some frost
Full sun

A fast growing Australian rainforest tree bearing distinctive blue edible fruits. The Blue Quandong has a large buttressed trunk with vertically flat visible roots which are as much a feature as the actual tree.

Up to 1m
Min.temp: Frost free
Full sun to part shade

Crucifix Orchids have tough leathery leaves and long, thin stems with long lasting clusters of flowers. The common name refers to the lip of the flower called the labellum, which resembles a small cross. Great beginner's orchid - tough and easy to grow.

Up to 40cm
Min.temp: Frost free
Full sun to part shade

The Mini Lilac is quite a rare crucifix orchid which only grows to 30 to 40cm tall. Flowers just as easily as the more common varieties.

Up to 50cm
Min.temp: Frost free
Full sun to part shade

A prolific flowering smaller growing Crucifix Orchid. Fantastic bright orange coloured flowers which only grow to about 50cm in height. Great in pots or in small gardens around the house. Easy to grow.

Up to 1m
Min.temp: Frost free
Full sun to part shade

Crucifix Orchids have tough leathery leaves and long, thin stems with long lasting clusters of flowers. The common name refers to the lip of the flower called the labellum, which resembles a small cross. Great beginner's orchid - tough and easy to grow.

Up to 1m
Min.temp: Frost free
Full sun to part shade

Crucifix Orchids have tough leathery leaves and long, thin stems with long lasting clusters of flowers. The common name refers to the lip of the flower called the labellum, which resembles a small cross. Great beginner's orchid - tough and easy to grow.

Up to 1m
Min.temp: Frost free
Full sun to part shade

Crucifix Orchids have tough leathery leaves and long, thin stems with long lasting clusters of flowers. The common name refers to the lip of the flower called the labellum, which resembles a small cross. Great beginner's orchid - tough and easy to grow.

Up to 1m
Min.temp: Frost free
Full sun to part shade

Crucifix Orchids have tough leathery leaves and long, thin stems with long lasting clusters of flowers. The common name refers to the lip of the flower called the labellum, which resembles a small cross. Great beginner's orchid - tough and easy to grow.

Up to 1m
Min.temp: Frost free
Full sun to part shade

Crucifix Orchids have tough leathery leaves and long, thin stems with long lasting clusters of flowers. The common name refers to the lip of the flower called the labellum, which resembles a small cross. Great beginner's orchid - tough and easy to grow.

Up to 1m
Min.temp: Frost free
Full sun to part shade

Crucifix Orchids have tough leathery leaves and long, thin stems with long lasting clusters of flowers. The common name refers to the lip of the flower called the labellum, which resembles a small cross. Great beginner's orchid - tough and easy to grow.

3 to 4m
Full sun to part shade

A spectacular torch ginger with dark red bracts.

2 to 3m
Full sun to part shade

Light pink flower spikes which usually get to 50cm in height. Flowers easily. Good cut flower. As with most of the Torch Gingers, the unopened buds of the flowers are edible and often used in soups, curries and salads in South East Asia.

2 to 3m
Full sun to part shade

Quite a hardy and prolific flowering torch ginger which produces long lasting light pink flower spikes. The Light Pink Torch tends to be a bit shorter growing than many of the other torch gingers.

3 to 4m
Full sun to part shade

Long-lasting soft-pink flower spikes. Keep moist and well fed during growing season to get optimal flowering. Like most of the Torch Gingers, this one has edible flower buds. The edible torch gingers are commonly called 'bunga kantan' in Malaysia.

3 to 5m
Full sun to part shade

A massive ginger producing long-lasting flower spikes up to 1m tall. Keep moist and well fed during growing season for optimal flowering. The bottom of the stems and underground rhizomes tend to be quite a dark red colour. Flower buds are edible.

2 - 3m
Full sun to part shade

A torch ginger with pure white flowers. Keep moist and well fed during growing season for optimal flowering. The white tends to be a bit less cold tolerant than other torch gingers - best suited to tropics or warm protected gardens elsewhere.

2 to 2.5m
Part shade

Fantastic dark green leaves with purple undersides. Basal tulip-like flowers and occasional terminal flowers (rare).

2 to 3m
Full sun to part shade

A good landscpaing plant with beautiful tulip-like flowers.

Etlingera hemisphaerica 'Helani Tulip'
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2 to 3m
Part shade

Basal flowering ginger which produces tulip-like flowers.

50 to 70cm
Part shade / shade

A shade-loving lily with wonderfully rich green foliage which products sprays of white scented flowers throughout the warmer months of the year. An easy to grow plant both in the garden and in pots.

2m (in pot), 20m+ (in ground)
Part shade / shade if grown in pots.

A spectacular indoor pot plant or outdoor canopy tree. Thick glossy leathery leaves which range from burgundy red to almost black. Cutting the tops off will cause side branching which easily enables a staggered bushy look when grown as an indoor specimen.

2m (in pot), 20m+ (in ground)
Part shade / Shade (if grown in pots)

Thick glossy leathery leaves with a somewhat mottled assortment of colours . Great indoor or patio pot plant. Can easily be pruned to desired size and shape.

6m
Min.temp: -2°C
Full sun to part shade

A tight clumping bamboo which has green culms with white stripes and long arching tops reaching towards the ground. If left alone, the drooping tops will form a tunnel circling the clump.

20m
Min.temp: -2°C
Full sun

Internodes contains Tabashir, an important ingredient in many Chinese medicines. Good quality timber.

16m
Min.temp: -2°C
Full sun

Put simply...if you want black, then the Java Black is the best. The sooty black culms and large lush leaves make this bamboo a spectacular feature plant. It is quite a large bamboo, so best suited to large blocks of land and acreage. Great timber.

16m
Min.temp: -2°C
Full sun

A good timber bamboo with straight green culms and black striation. (Java black in reverse). One of the best timber bamboos for furniture making.

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20m
Min.temp: -2°C
Full sun

Straight, good quality timber. Edible shoots. This bamboo flowered gregariously in 2010 / 2011. The plants that we are selling now are grown from seeds collected.

20m
Min.temp: -2°C
Full sun

Same as the atter, but with yellow striations on the culms. Good timber and edible shoots. This bamboo flowered in 2007, producing some viable seeds. The plants now sold are from these seeds.

6m
Min.temp: -2°C
Full sun to part shade

Very dense with large leaves and slightly weeping culms. Good two-story screener. Its lush foliage gives an excellent tropical feel to even the smallest of gardens.

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20m
Min.temp: -2°C
Full sun

A green culmed bamboo with good timber and edible shoots. The timber is usually nice and straight - reasonably thick walled.

5m
Min.temp: -2°C
Full sun to part shade

A nice garden ornamental with dark green culms and large cream striped leaves. Tight clumping with weeping tops.

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10m
Min.temp: -2°C
Full sun

This quite rare bamboo has large leaves and a branch free lower part.

5m
Min.temp: -2°C
Full sun to part shade

A nice upright green ornamental.

30m
Min.temp: -2°C
Full sun

A vigorous grower which produces first grade timber and edible shoots. Straight cream striped culms makes this bamboo not only great to look at, but also opens up a world of practical uses. Highly recommended.

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10m
Min.temp: -2°C
Full sun

Green culms with yellow striation. This particular variation has a growth habit with very weeping culms. An interesting feature plant.

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30m
Min.temp: -2°C
Full sun

A giant bamboo with straight cream striated culms with large leaves. The culms are smooth and glossy. The timber is usually nice and straight, and the shoots are high eating quality.

18m
Min.temp: -2°C
Full sun

Dark green culms with cream stripes on lower internodes. Good quality timber.

5m
Min.temp: -2°C
Full sun to part shade

This bamboo is best used as a feature plant. The weeping culms provides good shade for under-story planting. The large leaves and lush foliage makes it an ideal centerpiece in any tropical garden. Very dark green culms.

20m
Min.temp: -2°C
Full sun

This bamboo has great weeping culms with lush dense foliage. It's great for shade or as a large screening plant. Good timber.

8 to 10m
Min.temp: -2°C
Full sun

A straight, large leafed bamboo with cream striated culms. A beautiful plant with edible shoots and good timber. Good for windbreaks, noise/dust barriers, etc.

10m
Min.temp: -2°C
Full sun

Green culms with cream striation. Large leaves and upright culms.

From $22.00

8m
Min.temp: -2°C
Full sun

A tidy medium sized bamboo good for screening and timber. Fast growing with lush green foliage.