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Archirhodomyrtus beckleri – ROSE MYRTLE$7.50 – $12.50
Bushy shrub 3-4m. Delicate pink white flowers, orange fruit eaten by birds. Reasonably hardy & useful screen plant but fairly slow. Sun or semi-shade. NE.Qld to NE.NSW.
Archontophoenix alexandrae – ALEXANDRA PALM$5.50 – $12.50
Slender tropical Palm to 6m or more with silver reverse to the fronds & thin graceful trunk. Excellent tub specimen. Slow at first, moist sheltered site in sun or shade.
Argophyllum nullumense – SILVERLEAF$5.50 – $10.50
Tall shrub to 6m with showy silvery white underside to leaves. Small cream flowers. Protected well-drained site in sun or shade. Responds to pruning. SE.Qld & NE.NSW.
Fairly open understorey shrub to 3m with showy clusters of creamy white fragrant flowers. Fairly slow, shady moist site & well drained loamy soil. NE.Q’ld.
Atractocarpus benthamianus – NATIVE GARDENIA$12.50
Ornamental bushy understorey shrub to 6m. Moist protected shady well drained position. White strongly fragrant flowers. Hardy to moderate frosts. SE.Qld & NE.NSW.
Atractocarpus chartaceus – NARROW-LEAVED GARDENIA$5.50 – $12.50
A bushy understorey shrub to 5m with fragrant white flowers followed by showy bright red fruit. Slow growing in a protected shady well drained site. NE.Q’ld to NE.NSW.
Blechnum wattsii x minus – WATER FERN$7.50
Cross of two common species, grows to 1m often forming large colonies, usually in shady moist sites but also more exposed ones. Easily grown in protected moist site.
Bowenia serrulata – BYFIELD FERN$25.00 – $75.00
Small palm-like plant to 1m with bright green shiny leathery leaves with sharply toothed margins. Slow, prefers light shade, must have good drainage. CE. to NE.Q’ld.
Claoxylon australe – BRITTLEWOOD$10.50
Tall often straggly shrub to 8m from cool sheltered sites. Showy white fluffy m. flowers, reddish f. racemes. Fairly fast & hardy but needs cool moist well drained site. Prune to keep tidy. SE.Q’ld to SE.NSW.
Clausena brevistyla – Clausena$12.50
Ornamental shrub to 5m from coastal rainforests of SE.Q’ld. Dense clusters of white fragrant flowers, small leathery ovoid fruit. Best in shady site in moist well drained soils.