Native seeds catalogue

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Botanical Name
Melaleuca squarrosa

This frost resistant, fast growing Paper Bark is covered in creamy yellow flower spikes during early summer. The bushy, 3m tall shrub prefers a moist position in full sun and it attracts many birds with its fragrant flowers. Good windbreak. Salt tolerant. Not to WA. 300 seeds/No.1/

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Pandorea jasminoides

An excellent, fast growing climber with deep green, glossy foliage and sprays of large, pale pink trumpet flowers with a dark red throat. It will be in bloom from spring to autumn and likes fertile, moist soil in half shade. When mature it is frost hardy and it can also be grown in large containers. Not to WA. 20 seeds/No.4/

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Poa labillardieri

A Tasmanian tussock forming grass with gray green, 30cm long leaves and 1m tall flower heads growing well in dry areas with good drainage and full sun. A frost hardy grass ideally suited for direct sowing to revegetate native flora. Pioneer species. Provenance: Buckland. Salt tolerant. Not to WA. 0ver 300 seeds/No.2/

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Botanical Name
Pycnosorus globosus

A popular Australian native perennial with long stemmed, golden globe flowers rising above narrow woolly grey-green leaves. It is long flowering through spring and summer and attracts a range of beneficial insects. It prefers a moist, well-drained soil but is also pretty tough, handling some dry periods, coastal area and frost. A low maintenance plant for gardens, rockeries, pots and courtyards. Great as a cut or dried flower. 40 seeds.

Drought Resistant
Sunlight
Full
Frost Resilience
Frost Hardy
Lifespan
Perennial
Climate
Cold
Temperate
Hot Arid
Tropics/SubTropics
GermType
Fast germinating seeds
Germination Period (days)
21
Sow Method
Transplant
Sowing Instructions
Sow seed to a depth of 3-5 mm in trays/cells for transplanting later. Keep moist and warm (20oC+). Germinates in 14-21 days. Transplant when at least 6-10 leaves present.
Height
50 cm
Spacing/Spread
30 cm
Row Space
30 cm
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1 pkt
A$3.50
Botanical Name
Solanum laciniatum

This fast-growing Australian native shrub grows to 2-metres. In summer and autumn brilliant purple-blue flowers with prominent yellow stamens provide colour amongst the deeply lobed, green leaves. The decorative egg-shaped fruit turn from green to yellow to orange as they ripen. The fruit can be eaten only when ripe. An easily grown plant for a warm, protected position in full sun to half shade and moist, well-drained soil. Not to WA. 30 seeds.

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Botanical Name
Stylidium graminifolium

A Tasmanian perennial with grass-like basal leaves and 30cm long, pink flower spikes over summer. Its' name comes from the triggering movement of the flower to deposit pollen on an insect's back. It grows well in moist or well drained soil with plenty of sun. Salt tolerant. Not to WA. over 100 seeds/No.2/

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Botanical Name
​​​​​​​Aotus ericoides

A prolific spring flowering, bushy shrub to 1.3 m. The bright golden pea flowers with a red central margin attract native birds and insects. As an ornamental, it makes a robust, low maintenance evergreen shrub. Handles a range of well-drained soils, including dry and acid soil. Frost, drought and wind hardy. Full sun to part shade. 40 seeds.

Drought Resistant
Frost Resilience
Frost Hardy
Lifespan
Perennial
Climate
Cold
Temperate
Hot Arid
Tropics/SubTropics
GermType
Hot water treatment
Germination Period (days)
28
Sow Method
Transplant
Sowing Instructions
To break dormancy soak seed in near-boiling water for about 30 seconds, before cooling rapidly under flowing cold water. Sow into a pot, cover seed with 3-5 mm of potting mix. Transplant into position when plant 10+ cm. Germinates in 3-4 weeks.
Height
1.3 m
Spacing/Spread
1 m