November 2014 Native Forestry Tubes

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November 2014 Native Forestry Tubes
November 2014
Native Forestry Tubes
(Common name order)
PRICES (incl. GST)
(Bulk prices apply for purchases of the
following species only, provided they are
collected in one lot.)
Up to 80 - $3.50 each (no minimum per species)
80+
- $2.50 each (minimum 10 per species)
480+
- $2.20 each (minimum 20 per species)
960+
- $1.95 each (minimum 40 per species)
Common name
Latin name
Description
Beach She Oak
Casuarina equisetifolia
Spreading tree with soft weeping branchlets. An excellent tree for beach
plantings. (Casuarinaceae)
Big Tableland Tulip Oak
Argyrodendron sp. Big
Tableland
Attractive tree with whorled leaves which have a lovely golden sheen on the
under-surface. Rusty brown new growth, and masses of papery winged
seeds which float down off the tree when mature. (Malvaceae)
Black Bean
Castanospermum australe
Medium spreading tree renowned for its lovely timber. Masses of yellow
flowers along the branches. Large decorative woody seed pods. Often slow
growing for first few years. Benefits from protection when young. (Fabaceae)
Black Tea Tree
Melaleuca bracteata
Tall bushy shrub with bright green foliage and dense habit. Small white
flowers. A very hardy plant which is an excellent screen. (Myrtaceae)
Brisbane Laurel
Pittosporum revolutum
Small shrub with heads of perfumed, cream flowers. Large orange fruit. Very
hardy. Plant in full sun or semi-shade. (Pittosporaceae)
Brisbane Wattle
Acacia fimbriata
Fast growing large shrub to small tree with beautiful weeping foliage and
dainty yellow fluffy flowers. Best in cooler climates. (Fabaceae)
Brown Salwood
Acacia mangium
Extremely fast growing hardy tree with large green leaves and creamy
flowers. Good timber. (Fabaceae)
Cadaghi
Corymbia torelliana
Medium to tall tree with smooth straight trunk and rounded crown. Bark
sheds to reveal lovely green new trunk. Very hardy. Suitable for all sites
including dry land. (Myrtaceae)
Chisholm's Bottlebrush
Callistemon chisholmii
Medium shrub with open habit, stiff leaves and red flowers. Rare plant. Best
in full sun. (Myrtaceae)
Clarkson's Bloodwood
Corymbia clarksoniana
Medium to large tree with masses of fluffy white flowers. Very hardy.
(Myrtaceae)
Emerald Beauty
Callistemon "Emerald Beauty"
Medium shrub growing with dense compact foliage and pink new growth.
Showy red bottlebrush flowers with yellow tips. Hardy and suitable for most
areas. (Myrtaceae)
Forest Red Gum
Eucalyptus tereticornis
Fast growing, tall stately tree with smooth, mottled trunk and white flowers.
Timber tree. (Myrtaceae)
Grey Box
Eucalyptus moluccana
Medium tree with rough lower bark and smooth white upper trunk and
branches. Timber tree. (Myrtaceae)
Lacewing Vine (tubes)
Adenia heterophylla
Climber with small flowers followed by bright red shiny fruit. Food plant for
Red Lacewing and Cruiser Butterflies. (Passifloraceae)
Lemon Scented Gum
Corymbia citriodora
Tall, fast growing tree with beautiful smooth trunk and lemon scent to leaves.
Hardy. Timber tree. (Myrtaceae)
Lockerbie Satinash
Syzygium branderhorstii
Small, slender understorey tree from the rainforests of Cape York. Glossy
foliage. Large clusters of fluffy white flowers borne profusely down the trunk,
followed by showy red fruit. Excellent for a shady or semi-shaded spot.
(Myrtaceae)
Visit our Nursery!
We're at 5970 Kennedy Highway, Walkamin (between Mareeba and Atherton) on the Atherton Tablelands, North Queensland.
Business hours: Open 9am - 5pm, 6 days a week; closed Sundays and public holidays.
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November 2014
Native Forestry Tubes
(Common name order)
PRICES (incl. GST)
(Bulk prices apply for purchases of the
following species only, provided they are
collected in one lot.)
Up to 80 - $3.50 each (no minimum per species)
80+
- $2.50 each (minimum 10 per species)
480+
- $2.20 each (minimum 20 per species)
960+
- $1.95 each (minimum 40 per species)
Common name
Latin name
Description
Lockyer's Gum
Eucalyptus lockyeri
A rare tree from the Herberton area. Attractive grey foliage. A small hardy
gum tree. (Myrtaceae)
Lomatia Silky Oak
Lomatia fraxinifolia
Large shrub to small tree with very attractive compound leaves. Large spikes
of white flowers and fantastic foliage. Beautiful tub plant. Must have
protection from strong wind and dry air. (Proteaceae)
Mat-Rush
Lomandra hystrix
Attractive cl umping plant with stiff, dark green foliage. Does very well in
semi-shade. Very hardy with perfumed flowers. (Asparagaceae)
Memecylon
Memecylon pauciflorum
Northern Wattle
Acacia crassicarpa
Small tree with large leaves and yellow flowers. Very fast growing and hardy.
(Fabaceae)
Oily Satinash
Syzygium oleosum
Hardy, fast growing small tree. Fluffy white flowers and pink-purple, edible
fruit. A great lilly-pilly for home gardens. (Myrtaceae)
Palm Tulip Oak
Argyrodendron sp. Whyanbeel
Spectacular small tree with huge fan-shaped leaves when young. New
growth covered with beautiful pink hairs. (Malvaceae)
Paper-Barked Tea tree
Melaleuca quinquenervia
Large shrub to small tree bearing masses of creamy bottlebrush flowers that
are rich in nectar. Excellent for a boggy spot. (Myrtaceae)
Red Mahogany
Eucalyptus pellita
Medium to tall tree with rough bark and dark green foliage. Excellent timber
tree. (Myrtaceae)
Red Throated Bloodwood
Corymbia rhodops
Small bloodwood with spectacular terminal clusters of cream flowers which
have a deep red centre. (Myrtaceae)
River Red Gum
Eucalyptus camaldulensis
Fast growing, very hardy tree with smooth bark. Stately form. Ideal tree for
difficult situations. (Myrtaceae)
Rocky Tulip Oak
Argyrodendron sp. aff.
polyandrum Cape York
Silver Leafed Ironbark
Eucalyptus shirleyi
Unusual small tree with interesting gnarled shape. Rounded silver leaves.
Used for flower arrangements. (Myrtaceae)
Silver-Leaved Wattle
Acacia holosericea
Large shrub with beautiful silvery leaves and bright yellow flowers. Very
hardy and fast growing. Full sun. (Fabaceae)
Small Fruited Grey Gum
Eucalyptus propinqua
Medium to tall tree with smooth bark. Bark shed in strips - newly exposed
surface orange. (Myrtaceae)
Snow in Summer
Melaleuca linariifolia
Large, dense, bushy shrub. Makes an excellent screen. Masses of beautiful
white flowers. A hardy shrub which does well in a damp situation. (Myrtaceae)
Swamp Mahogany
Eucalyptus robusta
Fast growing, medium to tall tree with dark glossy foliage. Suitable for most
situations. Will tolerate damp spots. (Myrtaceae)
Small, very hardy rainforest shrub with beautiful tiny lilac flowers. (Myrtaceae)
Medium tree. Large stiff leaves with bronze undersurface. White flowers.
Hardy. (Malvaceae)
Visit our Nursery!
We're at 5970 Kennedy Highway, Walkamin (between Mareeba and Atherton) on the Atherton Tablelands, North Queensland.
Business hours: Open 9am - 5pm, 6 days a week; closed Sundays and public holidays.
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November 2014
Native Forestry Tubes
(Common name order)
PRICES (incl. GST)
(Bulk prices apply for purchases of the
following species only, provided they are
collected in one lot.)
Up to 80 - $3.50 each (no minimum per species)
80+
- $2.50 each (minimum 10 per species)
480+
- $2.20 each (minimum 20 per species)
960+
- $1.95 each (minimum 40 per species)
Common name
Latin name
Description
Tea Tree
Melaleuca alternifolia
Large, thick bushy shrub. Very showy. White flowers. Quite hardy and
tolerates wet spots. Leaves contain "Tea Tree Oil". (Myrtaceae)
Thready Bark She Oak
Allocasuarina inophloia
Small tree with fine foliage and very attractive stringy (thready) bark. Slow
growing feature plant with bonsai shape. (Casuarinaceae)
Weeping Bottlebrush
Callistemon viminalis
Medium to large shrub with red bottlebrush flowers. Weeping foliage. Fast
growing and hardy. (Myrtaceae)
White Bottlebrush
Callistemon salignus
White flowers. Makes a good screen. (Myrtaceae)
Visit our Nursery!
We're at 5970 Kennedy Highway, Walkamin (between Mareeba and Atherton) on the Atherton Tablelands, North Queensland.
Business hours: Open 9am - 5pm, 6 days a week; closed Sundays and public holidays.
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