Trees and shrubs
A bushy evergreen shrub with large rounded deep red to almost black leaves with serrated edges. A great colour contrasting plant. Can be used as an accent plant or trimmed into a hedge. Gets best colour when grown in full sun.
A fast growing evergreen shrub with showy red catkins that can exceed 40cm long. Coupled with large lush mid green leaves this plant adds a tropical feel to any garden. Prune hard after flowering to maintain a bushy habit.
A medium sized semi-deciduous tree which during summer gets an abundance of long cascading yellow flowers which usually get to 30 or 40cm long. A hardy and drought tolerant tree once established.
An attractive Australian rainforest tree with dark glossy leaves and masses of yellow and red flowers during summer. Flowers attract lorikeets. Valuable timber. Good strong tree in high wind areas. A popular street tree in parks and gardens.
Grow your own coffee! An evergreen shrub with glossy green foliage which produces masses of white flowers in spring, followed by green berries which turn red when maturing in Autumn. Harvestable berries (coffee beans) within 2 or 3 years of planting.
This unusual tree bears edible, sour, dark burgundy fruit that grow in clusters along the stem. Its slender form makes it suitable for narrow spaces, though it shapes up well as a shade tree or central feature too. A must for any bush tucker garden.
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.
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.
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A uniquely speckled Ficus with different shades of green, pink, orange and yellow. It's unusual variegation requires brighter light conditions. If you notice the leaves fading place it in a little more light. It's very hardy and great for beginners.
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.
A compact growing fig with dense bright green, round glossy foliage. They are suitable for both full sun or shade. They can be used for a low growing border, formal hedge or patio planter.
An eye catching specimen tree grown for its picturesque patterned trunk and soft fern like foliage. Both hardy and drought tolerant, this tree is best suited to large blocks, parks and acreage plantings.
Dark green glossy leaves and large pendulous grape-like clusters of pink flowers. An easy to grow plant that will reward you with flowers throughout the year. A great under-story filler or patio pot plant.
Showy, lush and versatile, this fast growing shrub gives a tropical feel to any garden. The spectacular crimson red bracts with small white flowers emerge sporadically throughout the year with a mass of blooms appearing in Summer through to Autumn.
A highly regarded slow growing, compact shrub with glossy leaves and wonderful highly fragrant creamy flowers with maroon splashes during spring and summer. An excellent hedging plant which is easy to keep trimmed and neat.
A very hardy and decorative plant with long green & gold strappy leaves spiralling from a branching trunk. A great under-story plant which will grow in areas with high root competition (ie. under palms, bamboo, etc). Smooth leaves without spines.
Plumeria pudica is a very fast growing evergreen frangipani. It features deep green foliage and iridescent white non-perfumed flowers. It flowers throughout spring & summer with a very long flowering season. Can be pruned to keep a desired shape.
A fast growing hardy shrub with large glossy leaves. A fantastic screening plant between neighbours. Can be pruned to desired shape and height. Fragrant flowers during Summer which also attract birds. Tolerant to high wind and light frost.