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A small rainforest understorey shrub or low climber, makes an effective groundcover. Spikes of white flowers develop into showy purple-red berries. Semi shade, most soils. NSW & Q’ld.
Delarbrea michieana – BLUE NUN$5.50 – $12.50 Quick View
Dendrobium speciosum – KING ORCHID$50.00
Large epiphytic or lithophytic clumping plant with thick leathery leaves. Cylindrical pseudobulbs to 90cm. Showy racemes of fragrant whitish or yellow flowers to 5cm, spring.
Diospyros mabacea – Red Fruited Ebony$15.00
Rare small tree to 7m tree from the Tweed Valley. Slow growing and needs a sheltered semi shaded well drained site when young. Scarlet non edible plum-like fruit.
Eupomatia bennettii – Small Bolwarra$15.00
Shrub to 1m with fleshy roots. Creamy yellow fragrant flowers that last one day. Edible urn shaped fruit to 2.5cm. Slow, sheltered shady moist site. SE.Q’ld to NE.NSW.
Eupomatia laurina – BOLWARRA$7.50 – $12.50
Attractive spreading bushy shrub to 6m with glossy foliage & coppery new shoots. Cream white scented flowers, urn shaped edible fruit. Fairly slow, sheltered shady site. NE.Qld to Vic and New Guinea.
Harpullia alata – WING LEAVED TULIP$12.50
Slender straggly slow growing shrub to 4m with purple black leaf flushes. Well drained sheltered shady site. Small white flowers, decorative yellow capsules. SE.Qld – NE. NSW.
Tall slender shrub to 8m usually sparsely branched. White fragrant flowers, reddish capsules with yellow aril. Fairly slow, well drained shady protected site. NE.Q’ld.
Hedecarya angustifolia – AUSTRAL MULBERRY$10.50
Spreading shrub to 6m with small greenish flowers borne in dense heads & bird attracting fruit resembling a yellow mulberry. In moist rainforest gullies. SE.Q’ld, NSW & Vic.
Tall bushy shrub to 5m. Very slow growing. Tolerates light frost. Requires well drained site, prefers semi shade. Dark red to purple flowers on old wood. NE.Q’ld to NE.NSW.