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Cleistanthus cunninghamii – Cleistanthus$5.50 – $10.50
Small open tree to 7m found in dry rainforests and rainforest margins, Qld & NSW. Attractive light pink new growth. Small greenish flowers, furrowed capsular fruit. Slow in a protected shady well drained site.
A poorly known slender clumping Palm Lily to 2m from NE.Q’ld. Requires a moist shady situation. Long panicles of white flowers followed by reddish globular berries.
Cordyline petiolaris – BROAD LEAVED PALM LILY$7.50 – $15.00
A tall Palm Lily forming clumps to 5m. White to purple flowers on branching stems, followed by bright red berries. Hardy, requires a semi-shaded position. Excellent tub plant.
Croton verreauxii – Native Cascarilla$12.50
Edge species to 6m. from rainforest margins. Bright orange older leaves. Often crooked & branched. Green hairy flowers. Frost tender when small. Requires moist semi shaded site with good drainage. Qld, NSW & NT.
Cryptocarya laevigata – RED-FRUITED LAUREL$5.50 – $10.50
A bushy shrub to 6m. for shade and semi-shaded sites. One of the most decorative of the laurels with glossy green foliage & showy bright red fruit. Good indoor. Frost tender. Clarence River to Cairns.
Cryptocarya meissneriana – Thick-leaved Laurel$15.00
An attractive bushy small tree to 6m. Dense clusters of small white flowers, black ovoid fruit. LIkes shady sheltered situation in moist well drained soil. SE.Q’ld & NE.NSW.
Cryptocarya rigida – Forest Maple$10.50
Small bushy understorey tree to 8m that resents drying out when young. Greenish flowers & conspicuous black laurel fruit in May. Fairly slow, hardy in most soils. Semi-shade. Newcastle to Atherton Tablelands.
Cryptocarya sclerophylla – Hard Cryptocarya$10.50
Bushy understorey tree to 6m. Hardy, moderate growth rate. Will cope with some sun but prefers a semi shaded or shaded site. Showy black ovoid fruit. SE.Q’ld.
Ornamental small tree with attractive pinnate foliage & cream flowers. Red capsular fruit opening to expose yellow-arilled seeds. A recently described species from Atherton Tablelands, NE.Q’ld.
Cuttsia viburnea – Cuttsia$10.50
A bushy understorey shrub to 8m for damp shaded well drained sites. Responds to pruning. Large leaves and showy white honey-scented flowers. Capsular fruit. Frost hardy.