Please browse our catalogue of nursery plants that we grow annually.
Plants are local pick up only or by arrangement with a courier to our midwest region of Western Australia.
You can send us a request or inquiry for any our plants and we can confirm availability and suitability for your location.
Acacia alata – Banksia Leaf Wattle
Low growing Acacia with Banksia-like leaves suitable for difficult coastal and water-wise native gardens.
Acacia aneura – Mulga Wattle
Excellent multi-use long living inland acacia for screen hedging, bird habitat, wood and bush tucker seeds.
Acacia tetragonophylla – Curara
Spikey wattle reknowned for its hardiness that provides excellent bird habitat.
Albizzia lebbek – Indian Siris Tree
Ornamental, semi-deciduous tree that works as a shady feature tree in summer and displays featherly green-white flowers and glossy green pods.
Ananas comosus – Pineapple
Grow your own pineapples! Suitable for pots with free draining, slightly acidic soil and part shade position in our dry climate.
Artemesia aborescens – Tree Wormwood
Attractive foliage plant that has noted benefits as a insect repellent and traditional medicinal herb.
Atriplex cinerea – Grey Saltbush
Fast spreading coastal groundcover. Works well on stabilising banks and difficult areas with poor soils.
Bambusa oldhammi – Sweet Shoot Bamboo
Fast growing, clumping bamboo useful as screening shrub with edible roots.
Banksia blechnifolia – Creeping Dusk Rose Banksia
Feature groundcover for difficult sandy and coastal soils with orange-red flowers that attracts nectar feeding birds.
Banksia incana – Hoary Banksia
Low growing, low maintenance Yellow flowering Banksia found locally in our Eneabba heathland and suitable for sandy soils and full sun situations.
Plants of interest to you can be added to a wishlist and shared with friends or emailled directly to us.
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