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Acacia sophorae – Coastal Wattle$3.50
Bushy spreading tree to 8m from coastal areas. With short yellow flower spikes. Fast & very hardy, tolerates extreme exposure to salt-laden winds & most frosts. Good for beach reclamation.
Acacia suaveolens – Sweet Wattle$3.50
A slender erect shrub to 3m with globular heads of sweetly scented pale yellow flowers. Flattened oval pods. Found in coastal woodland on sand & in infertile soils inland. Sunny position.
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.
Allocasuarina littoralis – Black She-Oak$3.50
Ornamental shade & shelter tree to 8m from coastal & highland areas. Red attractively grained timber. Fast, hardy & adaptable to most soils, must have good drainage.
Allocasuarina torulosa – Forest She-Oak$3.50
Attractive shade & shelter tree to 25m, from open forest & rainforest margins. Decorative rusty brown appearance when in flower. Fast, frost hardy & adaptable to most soils.
Alphitonia incana – HAIRY SARSAPARILLA ASH$5.50 – $12.50
Hardy pioneer tree to 15m, may be buttressed. Very showy greenish white smelly flowers, black capsular fruit. Fast growing in sunny free draining site. Buderim to Cape York.
Alphitonia petriei – PINK ASH$4.50 – $10.50
Attractive hardy fast tree to 12m. White underneath the leaves. Found in regrowth & rainforest margins. Prefers moist lightly shaded areas. Showy white flowers. NE.Qld to NE.NSW, NT.
Alpinia arundelliana – DWARF GINGER$10.50
Compact Ginger 1m tall for shaded to lightly shaded position. Pink flowers & blue berries in mid to late Summer. Understorey plant, very hardy. SE.Q’ld – NE.NSW.
Alpinia caerulea – NATIVE GINGER$4.50 – $10.50
A native clumping Ginger with large attractive leaves, small white flowers & edible blue fruit. Hardy in full sun but prefers a semi shaded protected moist site. N.NSW & Q’ld.
Alpinia caerulea Atherton – ATHERTON GINGER$3.50 – $10.50
A tropical clumping form of A.caerulea from the Atherton Tablelands that is red under the leaves and very showy. White flowers, blue fruit. Semi shaded moist site preferred.