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'
Acacia acuminata – Raspberry Jam Tree
Multi-use windbreak and privacy screening tree. Excellent termite resistant timber. Suits small land holdings and rural properties as tree crop or ornamental in smaller gardens.
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 coriacea – Weeping Mulga
An ornamental small bushy tree with weeping branches and thin gracefully held leaves.
Useful for privacy screening and feature tree.
Acacia grasbyi – Minnirichie
Unique inland desert wattle with red, brown bark that looks stunning in the morning and late afternoon sunlight.
Acacia idiomorpha – Furry Leaved Wattle
Hardy small wattle local to the midwest regions coastal environments, including dunes and cliffs, along rivers and near coast sandplains
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 lasiocarpa – Dwarf Lime Sand Wattle
Low growing shrub for coastal regions. Small spines on leaves provide protective habitat.
Works well as a border plant.
Acacia leptospermoides – Robyn’s Dwarf Sand Wattle
Small open form wattle from Kalbarri region, growing to around one metre.
Acacia microbotrya – Manna Wattle
Quick growing ‘bush-tucker’ shrub suitable as low windbreak.
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