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- Plants are local pick up only or by arrangement with a courier to our midwest region of Western Australia.
- You can add plants to your shopping cart or add to inquiry for any our plants and we can confirm availability and suitability for your location.
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Native and multi use permaculture and edible plants grown at our propagation nursery suited to the Geraldton and Midwest region of Western Australia.
Acacia coriacea – Weeping Mulga
An ornamental small bushy tree with weeping branches and thin gracefully held leaves.
Acacia daphnifolia – Manna Wattle
Quick growing ‘bush-tucker’ shrub suitable as low windbreak.
Acacia iteaphylla – Flinder’s Range Wattle
Reliable, fast growing wind break suitable for dry conditions.
Avoid in wet regions or situations where it may become invasive.
Acacia papyrocarpa- Western Myall
Very hardy wattle suitable for wide range of soils and locations.
Acacia saligna – Golden Wreath Wattle
Fast growing local wattle suitable as a windbreaks and screening shrub.
Alpinia zerumbet – Variegated Galangal
Clumping tropical plant with variagted leaves suitable for protected and moist areas in pots and patios.
Anigozanthos sp. – Yellow Kangaroo Paw
Hardy feature flower for your water-wise gardens.
Brachychiton acuminatus – Rock Kurrajong
Pilbara iconic, long living tree with distinctive lime green seasonal foliage display.
Brachychiton gregorii – Desert Kurrajong
Iconic, long living inland tree with distinctive lime green seasonal foliage display.
Butia odorata – Jelly Palm
Hardy fruiting South American palm known for its edible fruit eaten fresh or used in jellies and liquors.
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