Green Pillar

Green Pillar

Quercus palustris ‘pringreen’ green pillar This is a columnar Pin Oak great for driveways and avenue plantings where space can be an issue. Deeply lobed foliage is a vibrant green turning various shades of bronze and deep red in the autumn months.
Green Vase

Green Vase

Zelkova serrata ‘Green Vase’ A fast growing, medium sized, deciduous tree. ‘Green Vase’ matures to a graceful, uniform V-shaped tree with a short trunk and upright branching. Bark is distinctive, predominantly in shades of yellows and light greys and has a flaky...
Bottle Tree

Bottle Tree

The bottle tree is a native of Queensland and is highly prized for its unique shape. This tree is the king of the Brachychiton family and will flourish in most climates throughout the world. • A tree that grows to 12 m in height. • Is frost hardy once established. •...
Kurrajong

Kurrajong

Brachychiton populneus, commonly known as the kurrajong, is a small to medium-sized tree found naturally in Australia in a diversity of habitats from wetter coastal districts to semi-arid interiors of Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland
Wilga

Wilga

Geijera parviflora, commonly known as the Wilga or Native Willow, is a small tree or bush found in inland parts of eastern Australia. It features thin drooping leaves, up to 18 cm long. Other vernacular names include sheepbush and dogwood
Australian Teak

Australian Teak

Flindersia australis, the crow’s ash or Australian teak, is a rainforest tree from New South Wales and Queensland in Australia. It grows up to 40 metres high, with larger trees having a buttressed trunk. The leaves are alternate or occasionally opposite and have...