Palms and Cycads
A shade loving palm particularly suited to growing in pots either indoors or on patios and verandas. A great air-purifying plant for indoor spaces and offices.
A shade loving palm particularly suited to growing in pots either indoors or on patios and verandas. Named 'Bamboo Palm' due to its multi-stemmed growth habit, resembling that of bamboo. A great air-purifying plant for indoor spaces and offices.
A hardy and attractive landscaping plant albeit spiky, so best kept away from paths and lawn areas. Grows well in pots. Full sun to part shade.
A very attractive easy to grow palm with a velvet-like reddish brown crown shaft. An excellent feature plant. Makes a great indoor plant for a well lit position.
The Kentia palm is considered one of the most beautiful palms in the world, and is suitable for growing either indoors or outdoors. Reputed to be one of the most sought after indoor palms due to its upright elegant appearance and general hardiness.
A very attractive, solitary fan palm up to 5m tall, with large, undivided, dark green leaves to 1.5m across. Best suited to growing in areas where there is some shade. It can be grown in subtropical regions provided the area is frost free.
An Australian native palm from northern parts of QLD which has spectacular near circular leaves up to 2m in diameter. Best suited to growing in areas where there is some shade. It can be grown in subtropical regions provided the area is frost free.
A very attractive slow growing multi-stemmed palm with large fan shaped leaves. A fantastic indoor pot plant. In tropical and subtropical climates it can be grown in sheltered positions in the garden.
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A hardy, slender, tall and compact growing Australian native Palm perfect for lining driveways, fence lines and for creating a small but striking top canopy in tropical gardens. The foxtail palm is self-cleaning, with bright, feathery foliage.
A very robust landscaping plant which will grow in full sun to part shade. The leaves are long and tend to remain horizontal (especially if grown in shade) with rounded leaflets which are particularly stiff and thick with a furry texture.