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Actephila grandiflora – ACTEPHILA$10.50
Bushy understorey tree to 7m, with white flowers and shiny dark green leaves. Must have a moist shady site with extra water in dry periods.
Agathis robusta – Queensland Kauri Pine$5.50 – $12.50
Large symmetrical timber tree to 20m from SE.& NE.Q’ld. Frost hardy, fairly fast in most free draining soils & suitable for temperate areas. Valued pale cabinet timber.
Aglaia brownii – BOODYARRA$15.00
Attractive bushy tree to 8m with large leaves & showy creamy yellow flowers, orange yellow ribbed fruit. Prefer sheltered free draining site in morning sun. Good indoor. Gympie north
Ailanthus triphysa – WHITE BEAN$12.50
Tall spreading ornamental tree to 20m. Requires well-drained soil & protection when young. Greenish cream flowers. Bark reputed to have medicinal properties.
Akania bidwillii – TURNIPWOOD$20.00
Beautiful slender tree to 8m with stiff toothed leaves. Small pink to white fragrant flowers, red pear-shaped fruit. Can be slow & difficult to establish. Frost tender when young. Moist shady site with well drained loamy soil. From cool moist rainforests SE.Qld to CE.NSW.
Alangium villosum – MUSKWOOD$12.50
Timber tree to 8m with greenish flowers & fleshy drupe. Fairly slow but hardy. Needs free draining sheltered site in sun or shade. N.Q’ld to N.NSW.
Alanguim villosum – Muskwood$12.50 Quick View
Alchornea ilicifolia – Native Holly$10.50
Densely bushy shrub to 3m with attractive stiff holly-like foliage & bronze new growth. Insignificant greenish flowers, capsular fruit. Slow but hardy & long lived. Sun or shade, most soils. Qld & NSW.
Alectryon connatus – WEDGE LEAF RAMBUTAN$5.50 – $10.50
Shrub to 6m from littoral & dry rainforest NE.Qld to NE.NSW. Cream to red flowers, capsular bird attracting fruit. Slow but hardy, well drained site, sun or shade.
Alectryon coriaceus – BEACH BIRD’S EYE$10.50
A very bushy & hardy shrub or small tree to 5m from coastal districts tolerating exposure to salt-laden winds. Highly decorative bird-attracting fruit with an edible red aril. Rainforest areas from Port Stephens to Maryborough.