Native seeds catalogue

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Brachycome iberifolia 'Mix'

Native to Australia these attractive annual ground covering plants bear a profusion of daisy like flowerheads in shades of blue, mauve and pink over spring and summer. Easily grown in a sunny position with well drained soil this ideal rock garden plant has finely divided , soft foliage. Not to WA. 700 seeds/No.1 and No.2/

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Bracteantha bracteata

A bright yellow/golden everlasting flower that lightens any garden from late spring to autumn. A native Australian plant with widespread distribution. A hardy, short-lived perennial that can handle a range of soils and shows some drought and salt tolerance. The greyish-green leaves are attractive and evergreen through winter. 50 seeds. Not to WA.
 

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Callistemon pallidus

This Australian shrub produces lots of pale yellow, up to 8cm long, flower spikes in the early summer months. A fast growing, bird attracting evergreen plant with strongly scented foliage. Ideally grown in moist, damp places in full sun to half shade., however, once established has good tolerance to dry conditions. Prune back after flowering. Great habitat and food source for native birds. 100+ seeds. Not to WA.

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Callistemon rigidus

This marginally frost hardy Australian native produces long stamened, bright red flowers in dense cylindrical spikes over summer. An evergreen, 2m tall Bottlebrush, rich with nectar that will attract birds and will grow well in full sun with moist soil and even poor drainage. Prune back after flowering to keep a bushy shrub. Extremely salt tolerant. Not to WA. 500 seeds/No.1/

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Comesperma volubile

A small, up to 2m tall, delicate vine, which twines its way through shrubs and bushes.In early spring this almost leafless climber is covered in many delightful, deep purple buds, slowly opening into lighter blue flowers with a whitish center. Found in heathland in South Eastern Australia, it grows best under partly shaded conditions. A lovely pot plant for a shady position with some support or trellis. Not to WA. 15 seeds/No.1/


 

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Derwentia perfoliata

This woody and frost hardy perennial forms one meter tall, drooping flower spikes which are covered in small, purple blue flowers from spring until autumn. The basal, opposite leaves are often heart shaped, blue green in colour, similar to juvenile Eucalypt foliage. Native to open forests it will grow well in any garden soil with good drainage and some midday shade. Attractive container plant. Not to WA. 50 seeds/No.1/



 

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Dianella tasmanica

A widespread Tasmanian blue lily forming thick clumps with hard grass-like leaves and very pretty blue flowers with prolonged yellow stamens in spring-summer, followed by attractive oval shaped purple fruit. For damp, half shady or sunny areas. Salt tolerant. Not to WA. 20 seeds/No.8/

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Diplarrena moraea

A Tasmanian Iris with attractive white, fragrant flowers with purple and yellow centres on slender 40 cm tall stems during spring and early summer. Grow this evergreen perennial in a well drained position in full sun to part shade. Salt tolerant. Not to WA. 40 seeds/No.1/

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Dodonea viscosa

The Hop Bush is a fast growing shrub up to 3m tall with shiny green leaves and very attractive clusters of papery purple bronze fruit capsules in spring and summer. A drought resistant and frost hardy plant for a sunny, well drained position. Salt tolerant. Not to WA. 50 seeds/No.4/

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Eucalyptus coccifera

A small tree native to Tasmania ( seen on Mt. Wellington) which withstands very cold and windy conditions. Beautiful stripey bark markings make this Eucalypt species a special feature in the cool climate garden. Not to WA. 25 seeds/No.1 or No.2/

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Eucalyptus conferruminata (lehmannii)

This very decorative, up to 5metre tall, mallee tree has quite unusual, red-brown finger-shaped flowerbuds, which open into clusters of green-yellow flowers in late winter until summer. The following large, star-shaped, spiky seeds pods are perfect for floral arrangements. Drought, salt and frost tolerant. An ideal, bird-attracting feature plant for a well-drained, sunny position. 40 seeds.

Drought Resistant
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Eucalyptus ficifolia

This most spectacular Eucalypt tree bears large clusters of scarlet, orange or seldom white flowers in summer and autumn, followed by enormous urn-shaped seed capsules. It grows to 10m tall with large dense, dark green foliage in any well-drained soil in a sunny, protected position. Very attractive as a cut flower or use the seed pods for dried arrangements. 10 seeds/No.1/. Not to WA.