Trees & Shrubs

Acacia
The wattles range in height from tall forest trees to prostrate shrubs. The yellow flowers are clustered into globular flower heads. Stock includes but is not limited to:
1 Acacia acinacea
2 Acacia dealbata
3 Acacia stricta
4 Acacia verticillate
5 Acacia paradoxa
6 Acacia mearnsii
7 Acacia melanoxylon


Atriplex
Grow well in saline area hence their more common name of saltbushes. Atriplex are fire resistant, drought tolerant and excellent for soil erosion. Stock includes but is not limited to:
1 Atriplex cineria
2 Atriplex semibaccata


Allocausarina
These small to medium trees are found growing in coastal areas. They are ornamental trees, great as a windbreak or screening. Stock includes but is not limited to:
1 Allocausarina luehmannii
2 Allocausarina paradoxa
3 Allocausarina verticillata


Banksia
Easy to identify in summer with the yellow flowers borne on terminal spikes or brushes. Bushy forms can make excellent windbreakers and grows well under established trees. Stock includes but is not limited to:
1 Banksia marginate
2 Banksia spinulosa


Cassinia
Fast growing erect shrubs found in open forest. Flowers last for along time and the foliage has been known in some circumstances to cause skin irritation. Stock includes but is not limited to:
1 Cassinia aculeata
2 Cassinia arcuata


Correa
For most varieties the flowers are bell-shaped and attract honeyeaters by the production of nectar.  When the leaves are crushed Correa’s produce a distinctive smell. They appear in varied habitats from exposed coastal to mountainous areas. Stock includes but is not limited to:
1 Correa alba
2 Correa reflexa
3 Correa glabra


Eucalyptus
Eucalyptus are found in most habitats covering a variety of soil types. Their bark, foliage, flower size and number and bud and capsule shape provide useful identifying features. Stock includes but is not limited to:
1 Eucalyptus camadulensis
2 Eucalyptus blakelyi
3 Eucalyptus obliqua
4 Eucalyptus melliodora
5 Eucalyptus microscarpa
6 Eucalyptus ovata
7 Eucalyptus pauciflora
8 Eucalyptus viminalis


Goodenia
Most Goodenia grow in moist soil and tolerate periods of wet feet. Excellent as a ground cover. Stock includes but is not limited to:
1 Goodenia ovata
2 Goodenia humilis


Hymentanthera
A rigid spreading shrub with dark green oblong leaves and tiny cream bell- shaped flowers. Stock includes:
1 Hymenanthera dentata

Kunzea
Dense but open weeping shrub, with white flowers. Can tolerate wet and dry conditions. Stock includes:
2 Kunzea ericoides

Leptospermum
Leptospermum are hardy with their compact form acting very well as a screen. Solitary flowers cover the plant for several months . More commonly known as a tea-tree. Stock includes but is not limited to:
3 Leptospermum continentale
4 Leptospermum lanigerum
5 Leptospermum myrsinoides


Melaleuca
Some of these large shrubs/small trees have the characteristic papery bark. Can tolerate wet areas well. Stock includes but is not limited to:
1 Melaleuca squarrosa
2 Melaleuca ericifolia


Myoporum
This species can vary from a dense matting groundcover to a rounded large shrub or small tree. Stock includes but is not limited to:
1 Myoporum viscosum
2 Myoporum insulare


Rhagodia
Scrambling or dense semi succulent shrub liking only well drained soil. Stock includes but is not limited to:
1 Rhagodia candolleana





















































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