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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 congesta – PALM LILY$7.50 – $15.00
Attractive Palm Lily to 2m. Numerous small lilac flowers followed by clusters of bright red globular berries. Fairly fast, prefers moist site in shade or semi-shade.
Cordyline manners-suttoniae$7.50 – $15.00
Grows to 5m. Bears large arching leaves, small white flowers, showy bunches of red berries which ripen in summer. Easily grown in a well-drained semi-shaded protected situation. Hardy once established. NE.Qld.
Cordyline rubra – RED-FRUITED PALM LILY$7.50 – $15.00
A slender Palm Lily forming small clumps to 2m tall. Numerous small lilac flowers followed by clusters of bright red globular berries. Most soils, shade or semi-shade. SE.Qld & NE.NSW.
Cordyline stricta – SLENDER PALM LILY$7.50 – $15.00
A palm-like foliage plant with long narrow leaves to 30-60cm. Useful understorey shrub for shady areas. Sprays of blue flowers in summer followed by black berries. Qld & NSW.
Corymbia ficifolia – Red Flowering Gum$4.50
A remarkable ornamental from SW.WA. Spreading shade tree to 10m with stunning orange red flowers. Can be difficult in our humid wet summers. Valued for honey not timber.
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.
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.
Cupaniopsis parvifolia – Small Leaved Tuckeroo$5.50 – $10.50
Bushy spreading tree to 8m from dry rainforest. Greenish white flowers, black seed with orange aril & hairy capsules. Hardy but fairly slow, well drained site in light shade. Gloucester to Gympie.
A local, rare & endangered species. Showy new growth flushes, very bushy small tree to 10m with suckering habit, prefers free draining site in part sun. Purple edible plums. NE.NSW & Qld border area.