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1. Cootamundra wattle   (Acacia baileyana)

This is a very fast growing small tree with beautiful grey feathery foliage and bright yellow flowers in winter. The winter flowering is often so prolific that it hides the foliage. The colour and texture of the leaves is a year round feature. This species does...
  ...learn more about the Acacia baileyana

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2. Maple negundo, Ash maple, Elf maple, Boxelder maple   (Acer negundo)
        Cultivar/variety: 'Flamingo'

Acer negundo 'Flamingo' is a hardy, deciduous small tree with striking pink tinged new growth. As the pinnate leaves mature they turn green with white variegations. The autumn colour is yellowish brown. The colourful foliage forms a lovely contrast to other plants. It has a...
  ...learn more about the 'Flamingo' variety


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3. Japanese maple   (Acer palmatum)

The Japanese maple is a deciduous shrub or small tree, grown for the attractive foliage, plant shape, and manageable size . There are hundreds of different cultivars selected for their decorative leaf shapes and colours, growth form, height, and different growing conditions. Some are at their best with the new spring...
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4. Lilly pilly   (Acmena smithii)
        Cultivar/variety: 'Sublime'

Acmena smithii 'Sublime' is a large shrub to small tree with a dense habit, glossy green foliage and lime coloured new growth. It has cream fluffy flowers followed by deep purple edible fruit, and birds love both. It is resistant to psyllid attack, and to...
  ...learn more about the 'Sublime' variety

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5. Horse chestnut   (Aesculus hippocastanum)

The horse chestnut is a lovely deciduous specimen tree for large gardens, parks and farms. It produces a lovely display of white panicles of flowers that are attractively marked with yellow aging to pink in late spring to summer. It is a vigorous, spreading rounded...
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6. Willow Peppermint   (Agonis flexuosa)
        Cultivar/variety: 'Lemon and Lime'

Striking lemon-yellow foliage ageing to lime-green on a dense weeping small tree are the outstanding attributes of this adaptable form of Willow Peppermint. It makes a great street or feature tree to provide foliage colour-contrast and is particularly good for coastal areas. It is...
  ...learn more about the 'Lemon and Lime' variety

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7. Persian silk tree, Mimosa   (Albizia julibrissin)

Albizia julibrissin, the Persian silk tree, is a hardy and adaptable small deciduous tree with pretty pom pom flowers in summer. The flowers consist of clusters of stamens, and are fragrant and butterfly, bird and bee attracting. The foliage is also attractive, with rich green...
  ...learn more about the Albizia julibrissin

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8. Dorrigo Waratah   (Alloxylon pinnatum)

The Dorrigo Waratah, Alloxylon pinnatum, is a very attractive small tree with its dark green glossy leaves and large red wheel-like flower heads. Can flower from spring to autumn, and will attract lots of nectar feeding birds. The flowers last well in a vase. It can...
  ...learn more about the Alloxylon pinnatum

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9. Sydney Red Gum   (Angophora costata)

Angophora costata is a spectacular large tree when mature, with a beautiful gnarled trunk and beautiful smooth orange bark.It has cream to white flowers in summer and autumn, which attract nectar loving wildlife. It is suitable as a feature tree for large spaces such as parks...
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10. Bunya Pine   (Araucaria bidwillii)

A very large, stately specimen tree that is often seen in historical gardens as it was widely planted on large country estates. Its domed shape is its very distinctive feature but it should be stressed that this tree needs a lot of space and should...
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11. Norfolk Island Pine   (Araucaria heterophylla)

A very large, stately specimen tree that is particularly useful for exposed coastal positions. Its pyramidal shape is its very distinctive feature but it should be stressed that this tree needs a lot of space and should not be planted within 10 metres of any...
  ...learn more about the Araucaria heterophylla

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12. Lemon Myrtle   (Backhousia citriodora)

Not only is this plant one of the best bush foods, it is also a beautiful ornamental with its glossy green aromatic leaves and fluffy white flowerheads. Whilst it is capable of growing into a small to medium sized tree, it can be kept as...
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13. Orchid tree, Bauhinia   (Bauhinia galpinii)

Bauhinia galpinii, the red orchid tree, is a sprawling, large shrub to small tree. It is an easy care plant. It flowers over a long period, from late spring to autumn, and the bright orange-red flowers are attractive to nectar loving birds and to butterflies,...
  ...learn more about the Bauhinia galpinii

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14. Queensland bottle tree, Queensland Kurrajong   (Brachychiton rupestris)

The Queensland bottle tree is a remarkable tree with its fabulous bottle shaped trunk. A large tree, growing to twenty metres tall, so it is best in large gardens, parks and farms where it can be seen at its best. Good for shade. It has...
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15. Angel's trumpets   (Brugmansia)

Brugmansia are very ornamental woody small trees or shrubs with large, pendulous trumpet shaped flowers in various colours, from white to pinks, oranges and yellow. They bloom from spring through to autumn and the flowers are perfumed. The fragrance is strongest later in the day and...
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16. Red powderpuff tree, Calliandra   (Calliandra haematocephala)

Calliandra haematocephala, the red powderpuff tree, is an evergreen large shrub to small tree that bears striking red puffball flowers. They attract butterflies, bees, birds and possums. They flower from summer to autumn, through to winter in warmer areas. It is an adaptable plant, but...
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17. Willow Bottlebrush   (Callistemon salignus)

The pink to red new foliage and its yellow flowers are the best qualities of this very adaptable bottlebrush. This is one of the few bottlebrushes that grows into a tree and it can also tolerate waterlogged soils for extended periods as well as being drought...
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18. Cape chestnut   (Calodendrum capense)

Calodendrum capense, the Cape chestnut tree, is an evergreen tree with masses of pink flowers in summer. The panicles of flowers are attractive to butterflies, birds and bees. It grows to around 8-15 metres tall, and has an attractive smooth grey trunk, and has a...
  ...learn more about the Calodendrum capense

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19. Golden shower tree, Cassia   (Cassia fistula)

Cassia fistula, golden shower tree, is a deciduous to semi-deciduous flowering tree with spectacular bright yellow cascades of flowers is spring or summer in warm areas. The flowers are sweetly perfumed. It has lerge mid green leaves. It is a tropical to sub tropical plant,...
  ...learn more about the Cassia fistula

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20. Blackbean tree, Moreton Bay chestnut   (Castenospermum australe)

Castenospermum australe is a tall and spreading rainforest tree with orange flowers in summer, followed by large brown boat shaped pods. It can grow to thirty metres tall in its natural habitat, but less in cultivation. It grows in fertile moist soils, but has proved...
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