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Abrophyllum ornans – NATIVE HYDRANGEA$5.50 – $12.50
Small understory shrub to 6m (often smaller) with large attractive leaves and showy white flowers, clusters of purple-black fruit, bird and butterfly attracting. Prefers a moist shady site. Likes a good prune to shape.
Acacia acuminata – RASBERRY JAM WOOD$5.50
Upright fast growing small tree to 6m with rod-like yellow flowers. Well drained soils, full or part sun. Timber scented, heavy & durable with attractive grain. Seed used as bush food. WA.
Acacia baileyana – Cootamundra Wattle$4.50
Small ornamental densely foliaged wattle to 6m with golden yellow globular flowers. Hardy & fast, cold & wind tolerant, excellent screen. S.NSW.
Acacia baileyana purpurea – Cootamundra Wattle$4.50 – $12.50
Small ornamental densely foliaged wattle to 6m with showy purple foliage & golden yellow globular flowers. Hardy & fast, cold & wind tolerant, excellent screen. S.NSW.
Acacia bakeri- MARBLEWOOD$15.00
Rare long-lived Cabinet timber tree to 20m found in coastal forest & one of the few wattles extending into rainforest. Bit slow, full sun & well-drained soils. NE.NSW & SE.Qld.
Acacia boormanii – SNOWY RIVER WATTLE$4.50
Suckering multi-stemmed copse-forming shrub to 4.5m with smooth grey bark & spectacular scented bright yellow globular flowers in late winter / spring. Very hardy, suited to a wide range of climates & soils. Full or part sun. S.NSW to N.Vic.
Acacia cincinnata – Coil Pod Wattle$4.50
Very showy wattle to 8m with dense habit, yellow rod-like flowers. Fast & very hardy in well drained sunny site. Excellent pioneer for windy site. Timber resistant to attack by insects & marine worms. Qld.
Acacia complanata – Flat Stemmed Wattle$4.50
– Spreading shrub to 5m for well drained sunny sites. Showy yellow globular flowers & long flattened pods. Winged branchlets. Widespread in coastal districts of N.NSW to C.Qld.
Acacia concurrens – Black Wattle$4.50
A coastal shrub or small tree to 8m with furrowed bark, perfumed yellow rod-like flowers & twisted seed pods. Fast growing pioneer species, needs full sun & good drainage. NE.NSW & SE.Qld.
Acacia disparrima – Brush Ironbark Wattle$4.50
A large long-lived wattle to 20 m high. Bears long yellow spikes from Feb – June. Resistant to salt spray. Windbreak or shade tree. Timber used for cabinet work. Previously known as Ac. aulacocarpa