Please browse our catalogue of nursery plants. Plants are local pick up only or by arrangement with a courier.
You can send us a request or inquiry for any our plants and we can confirm availability and suitability for your location.
Plants of interest to you can be added to a wishlist and shared with friends or emailled directly to us.
'Locally Owned, Locally Grown'
Allocasuarina huegeliana – Rock Sheoak
Hardy tree from our wheatbelt suitable as windbreak and timber tree.
Alyogyne cuneiformis – Coastal Native Hibiscus
Quick growing Geraldton to Exmouth coastal shrub suitable for screening and as an ornamental with its showy display of flowers.
Atriplex nummularia – Old Man Saltbush
Excellent, hardy fire retardant wind break and screening hedge. Useful stock fodder shrub.
Banksia ashbyi – Ashby’s Banksia ‘Exmouth’
Coastal and sandplain banksia with orange-yellow flowers.
Banksia scabrella – Burma Road Banksia
Sand plain and breakaway country banksia from south of Geraldton.
Banksia sessilis var. flabellifolia – Parrot Bush
Commonly known as Parrot Bush, this prickly holy-leaf shrub tolerates dry sites and provides useful screening and nectar for bees and birds.
Boronia crenulata – Aniseed Boronia
Long flowering, small shrub suitable for borders and as clumped plantings for large displays of pink flowers.
Bossiaea spinescens – Bacon & Egg Shrub
Local midwest wildflower with ‘bacon & egg’ coloured pea flowers.
Callistemon phoeniceus – Fiery Bottlebrush
Midwest red flowering bottlebrush commonly found around the Murchison region.
Callistemon sp. – ‘Pink Glitter’ Bottlebrush
Glittering pink flowered, bottlebrush. Small in stature but not shy when in flower.
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