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Many of our exotic plants and unusual plants come from the antipodes, in particular the eucalyptus, callistemon, banksia and tree ferns are quite unique. This page explores some of these plants that I have grown and come to love over the years, struggled with and fought with in our unsuitable climate, but nevertheless admired.

 

We recommend the use of smoke primers to help germination for some of these seeds and Kirstenbosch primers can be ordered at the bottom of this section.

Plants of the World - Australia
Gift Pack of Mixed seeds of Australia

Aprx 20 seeds £5.95   JS2942 

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This special mixed packed includes the following 6 varieties each with separately labelled packets with individual seed sowing instructions. More details on each seed can be found below.

Callistemon glaucus - Albany Bottle Brush
Acacia dealbata - Mimosa
Clianthus puniceus - Lobster Claw
Grevillea robusta - Silk Oak
Sophora tetraptera - Kowhai
Pandorea jasminoides - Bower Vine

Acacia baileyana
Cootamundra Wattle
n£]

15 seeds £1.49   JS1261 

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Acacia baileyana is the floral emblem of the small rural township of Cootamundra is a well-known Australian species, principally on account of its popularity in cultivation. Baileyana grows to a large bushy shrub or small tree, commonly reaching 5–10 m high, and is typically freely branching from 1–2 m above the ground, plants growing in dense regrowth stands tend to be somewhat spindly whereas in open sites they are more robust. The short bipinnate leaves are usually grey/green in colour, the flower heads are lemon yellow and arranged in elongated showy racemes. Cootamundra Wattle is an adaptable, fairly hardy species that is fast-growing, relatively short-lived, frost resistant to perhaps -5°C preferring cool, higher rainfall areas.

Acacia baileyana purpurea
Mimosa 
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15 seeds £2.47   JS596

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A lovely blue/purple leafed form of the Cootamundra Wattle with clusters of yellow flowers in the spring. Maybe hardy to about -5°C

Acacia complanata
Flat Stem Wattle  n£]
15 seeds £2.47   JS1881

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An unusual ornamental Acacia, “Flat Stem Wattle”, growing quickly into a large shrub or small tree, 3ft-9ft tall if you have the space! However it is fairly unique among wattles to flower from Spring to Autumn, bearing an abundance of large, yellow balls which emit a rich perfume. Frost resistant but unlikely to survive below -5°C.

Acacia dealbata
Mimosa  n£]
15 seeds £2.47   JS321

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Dealbata produces the classic florist cut flower and also hardy to about -7°C. There is one beautiful 20ft specimen that I know of probably 10/20 years old growing happily in a front garden near Thorpe Park.

Acacia obliquinervia
Mountain Hickory Wattle  n£]
15 seeds £1.49   JS3475

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Acacia obliquinervia is another mountain Australian mimosa or wattle to try out in the UK if you have a sheltered micro climate. Only hardy to about -5C it will need plenty of protection or pot grown in a cold glasshouse or conservatory. The stems have a hint of blue and the spring flowers are typical mimosa with masses of golden fluffy blooms.

Acacia pravissima
Ovens Wattle
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15 seeds £2.95   JS169

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Flowers in racemes that many of us aspire to grow. Pravissima is said to be the hardiest of the Acacias and therefore well worth trying, however from our own trials in 2005 it was badly damaged at -8°C.

Actinotus helianthi
Flannel Flower
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Aprx 50 seeds £2.95   JS3545

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Flannel flower is a herbaceous or shrubby plant native to New South Wales reaching almost a metre in height in good conditions but is usually much smaller if grown in pots. The leaves are deeply lobed, grey and velvety in nature, giving rise to the common name. The small flowers occur in clusters surrounded by velvety, "petal-like" bracts. The overall appearance of each head of flowers is similar to a daisy.

It is relatively easy to cultivate in sandy soils or in raised beds or pots. Plants may not be long lived but, once established, will often "self-sow" so that new plants replace the originals. Good drainage is essential.

Anigozanthus flavidus red
Kangaroo Paw n£
10 seeds £1.95   JS604

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This form of annual amaranthus will challenge any tropical flower for brilliant colour. Only growing to 2ft with purple bronze foliage topped by scarlet and yellow flower bracts like a poinsettia. Excellent as a pot grown patio annual or in groups in a warm border

Banksia ericifolia
Heath-leaved Banksia n£]
10 seeds £3.18   JS1184

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Banksia ericifolia, historically important as it was the first specimen collected by Sir Joseph Banks at Botany Bay in 1770, and undoubtedly one of the most beautiful Banksias in Australia, with large 12” tall striking spikes of yellow to reddish-orange flowers contrasted with small, linear, light-green to greyish-green leaves. It will develop into a large 4 metre high bush given a sheltered sunny position in an acid well drained soil. Frost tolerant but only hardy to about -5°C.

Banksia marginata
Silver Banksia n£]
10 seeds £3.18   JS1185

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Banksia, members of the Proteaceae family, is one of Australia’s most beautiful plant genera, named after Sir Joseph Banks. Marginata accepts part shade to full sun and all types of soil with moisture varying from damp through well drained to dry. The plant is also tolerant of salt and lime, although preferring acid to neutral soil. The evergreen leaves are dark green on top and silver underneath which forms an attractive contrast. Flowering in spring and summer, the candle like upright flowers are yellow and borne on spikes 4 to 10cm long and 3 - 5 cm in diameter. Probably hardy to about -10°C it is a spectacular shrub for anyone with a suitable protected position in the UK.

Billardiera cymosa
Sweet Apple Berry
(Pr Pkt) £2.95   JS
2560

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A twining plant carrying lovely pale blue, jasmine-like, starry flowers in spring and summer followed by showy snow white berries. Superb in a conservatory or sheltered frost free garden. Growing to approximately 2ft in height without support but higher if trained on a frame or fence this evergreen plant will grow in light shade or full sun.

Boronia heterophylla
Red Boronia n£
(Pr Pkt) £2.95   JS
2561

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An unusual evergreen shrub with bright green needle like aromatic leaves. Pretty bell shaped, deep pink flowers in summer are sweetly scented. Not fully hardy in colder regions, but will grow outside in favoured coastal areas or a suitable micro climate. Needs well drained soil and full sun. Can be challenging from seed to break the dormancy.

Callistemon Captain Cook
Weeping Bottle Brush
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(Pr Pkt)  £2.99   JS655

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Captain Cook is a cultivated weeping large flowered form of Viminalis but also reasonably hardy for milder areas. The seed is small but not difficult to grow and you should have a flowering plant in the second year if sown early.

Callistemon glaucus
Albany Bottle Brush n£]
(Pr Pkt)  £2.99   JS1469

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The most commonly grown bottle brush previously called Callistemon speciosus. A semi hardy shrub tolerant to perhaps -5°C with large scarlet flowers and slightly larger leaves than the hardier species. Excellent though as a conservatory plant tolerant of heat and dry atmospheres and easy from seed.
 

Callistemon linearis
Narrow Leaved
Bottle Brush n£]]
(Pr Pkt) £2.99   JS2739

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A lovely shrub with thin evergreen leaves and in summer long cylindrical spikes of scarlet bottlebrush flowers. Good for milder coastal regions in the UK where it will thrive taking moderate frosts to -8C. Needs a sunny protected position with well drained soil. My father has one planted in his front garden near Wembley where it has flowered profusely for many years without any protection and proved reliably hardy.

Callistemon Mixed
Mixed Bottle Brush n£]
(Pr Pkt) £3.38   JS2015

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A mixture of all our Bottle Brush seeds, some frost tender and others hardy. Colours include Red, Violet, White, Pink and Green

Callistemon pallidus
Lemon Bottle Brush n£]]
(Pr Pkt) £2.99   JS1186

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An upright hardy shrub with slender spreading branches growing to a height of 3 m by 2 m. The fresh lemon coloured brushes present a pleasing contrast to the grey-green foliage. This frost-hardy plant will grow in moist situations in full sun or part shade and will also withstand moderate exposure to salt laden winds.

Callistemon Perth Pink
Pink Bottle Brush n£]
(Pr Pkt) £3.18   JS3419

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Attractive half hardy shrub with arching stems of dark green leaves that are lemon-scented when crushed, semi hardy to -5°C. Pink bottlebrush flowers rather than the normal scarlet.

Callistemon pinifolius Red
Pine leaf bottle brush n£]]
(Pr Pkt) £2.99
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An open hardy shrub to 1.5 metres with flower spikes in summer. Very narrow, pine tree like, sharply pointed leaves and adaptable to most conditions, even poor soils. Prune for shape regularly after flowering. We offer the red form as the species is normally green flowered. Almost as hardy as rigidus and suitable for most parts of the UK.

Callistemon rigidus
Hardy Bottle Brush n£]]]
(Pr Pkt) £3.18
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Rigidus has slightly smaller flowers than some of the more tender species, but well worth growing for an unusual shrub with masses of brilliant bright red flowers about 3” long in early summer. The seed is small, not difficult to grow, with a flowering plant in the second year if sown early.

Callistemon salignus rubra
Hardy Bottle Brush n£]]
(Pr Pkt) £2.99   JS69

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Salignus Rubra has brighter red flowers and is a slightly smaller more weeping variety.

Callistemon sieberi
Pink Bottle Brush n£]
(Pr Pkt) £3.18  
JS1470

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We offer the pink flowered form of this hardy bottle brush, frost hardy to perhaps -8°C. Lovely pale pink bottle brush flowers in late spring given a sunny position.

Callistemon violaceus
Violet Bottle Brush n£]
(Pr Pkt) £2.25   JS1468

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A rather special bottle brush, semi hardy to -5°C, with large violet/purple blooms. The picture is from a shrub grown from seed by us and the front page of the Australian seed section contrasts this flower with the more common scarlet.
 

Callistemon viridiflorus
Green Bottle Brush n£]]]
(Pr Pkt) £2.54   JS1467

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A very hardy bottle brush from Tasmania down to perhaps -18°C! Lovely lime green bottle brush flowers in late spring. The plant will grow to about 2 metres with glossy willow like foliage and prefers a hot sunny position.

Clianthus puniceus
Lobster Claw n
10 seeds  £3.82   JS167

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An unusual scrambling woody shrub from down under related to the pea family. Frost tender but fairly tough for over wintering in a cold greenhouse or conservatory. It produces highly attractive lobster claw type scarlet flowers in clusters in late winter early spring.

Clianthus puniceus Albus
Lobster Claw White n
10 seeds  £3.82   JS874

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An unusual scrambling woody shrub from down under related to the pea family. Frost tender but fairly tough for over wintering in a cold greenhouse or conservatory. This very rare white variety produces highly attractive lobster claw, pure white flowers in clusters in late winter early sprin

Cyathea australis
Hardy Tree Fern n£S]
(Pr Pkt)  £4.49  
JS191

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Cyathea Australis the “Rough Tree Fern” is similar in appearance to Cooperii but said to be almost as hardy as Dicksonia and tolerant of a more open position.

Cyathea cooperii
Lacy Tree Fern n£S]
(Pr Pkt)  £4.49  
JS71

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Cyathea Cooperii is an attractive garden tree fern suitable for a sheltered site. However it is not so hardy and temperatures of minus 4C are at the limit of its endurance. It is taller and more slender than Dicksonia with soft light green fronds.

Dicksonia antarctica
Hardy
Tree Fern n£S]]
(Pr Pkt)  £2.54   JS50

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One of the most beautiful species of plant to come from the southern hemisphere are the tree ferns. Alas our winter climate is a little harsh for them unless a micro climate and suitable winter protection can be established. They are true ferns and hence need shade and high humidity as well as clement winter temperatures. The hardiest is Dicksonia Antartica capable of managing -5°C to -8°C without protection although the fronds will burn and die back at these lows. However if the crown is suitably protected in winter they can survive much lower temperatures and the 5' to 10' fronds in early summer are breathtaking. For those of you living in warm coastal waters or in a protected suburban environment where shade and humidity can be maintained in summer along with mild winter temperatures, these are essential for your tropical garden. They take years to grow and therefore becoming protected in the wild as pressure grows for more garden plants worldwide. You can grow them from spores and although it will take time to grow a tree fern which develops a trunk, the smaller plants are extremely attractive as large ferns.

Diplolaena augustifolia
Yanchep Rose  n£
10 Seeds  £3.82   JS3552

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Diplolaena angustifolia (Yanchep Rose) is a small bushy shrub from Western Australia that grows to about 3 ft tall. It has narrow olive-green leaves with dense rusty hairs on the underside. In late winter through early spring appear the pendant 1 1/2" wide flowers that have a double row of short greenish cream-colored petal-like bracts and large brushes of pale orange stamens. Plant in well-drained soil in full sun to light shade with little irrigation. Not frost tolerant this unusual and showy plant can be used in containers in a cold frost free glasshouse.

Eremophila maculata

New for 2015!
Spotted Emu Bush
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5 large Seeds  £2.95   JS3579

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A dense dwarf frost resistant shrub requiring excellent drainage and an open dry position. The spotted pink flowers are borne singly from winter to late spring or early summer. Eremophila maculata grows to about 2m high and 2m wide. Many Eremophilas come from areas in Australia with less than 150mm annual rain. In most areas of Australia once established they never hand watered again.

Erythrina crista-galli
Common Coral Tree  n£]
10 Seeds  £3.19   JS168

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Another plant I have grown for years but it really needs a hot sunny conservatory to do well. Long terminal spikes of typical pea family bright red flowers. Tall plant flowering at 6ft+ but dies back to ground level in cold climates, watch out for the wicked thorns on the stems though! Easy to raise from seed and fairly fast growing.

Grevillea banksii forsteri
Red Silky Oak  n£
10 Seeds  £2.95   JS3045

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Grevillea banksii 'Forsteri', known as the Banks' Grevillea or Red Silky Oak, is one of the most widely cultivated of all Grevilleas and a parent of an increasing number of hybrids. Typically it is a large, spreading shrub to around 3 metres but smaller if pot grown. The silvery-green, much divided foliage complements the red flowers that are produced in large clusters at the ends of branches. Flowering usually occurs in spring although it may flower for much of the year. G.banksii is a hardy plant for warm climates where it performs best in reasonably well-drained soils in full sun. Plants can tolerate light frosts but best under frost free glass in the UK for the winter.

Grevillea decora
Red Grevillea  n£
10 Seeds  £2.95   JS3046

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Grevillea decora is a medium sized, upright shrub, 2.5m high but smaller if pot grown. Leaves are narrowly oval and a leathery greyish-green to bronze-red with densely hairy new growth. The flowers are bronze-red in colour borne in large, dense racemes up to a foot long. A colourful plant which does well in dry tropical areas as long as it has well drained soil but not suited to cold, temperate climates unless under glass.

Grevillea robusta
Silk Oak
 
10 Seeds  £1.78   JS624

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A large evergreen tree that makes a good pot plant with it’s soft downy pinnate leaves. Grows easily from seed with fast growth after germination.

Hymenosporum flavum
Australian Frangipani  n£
10 Seeds  £2.94   JS910

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Hymenosporum flavum is native to Australia. The heavily perfumed, creamy-white flowers turn golden-yellow with time and are borne in panicles. Highly scented with a hint of citrus blossom hence its common name “Australian frangipani”. Once established it may tolerate a light to medium frost.

Lagunaria patersonia
Norfolk Island Hibiscus  n£]
10 Seeds  £2.45   JS2912

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This is an evergreen small tree or large shrub from Australia with gray/green leaves. The small hibiscus like flowers are pink fading to white and bloom in the summer to autumn. Best in full sun, and quite adaptable to dry conditions, it is suitable for seaside conditions and will take temperatures down to about -4°C. Should make a useful dry conservatory large pot plant

Leptospermum scoparium roseum
Tea tree
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(Pr Pkt)  £2.42  
JS1190

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A useful compact shrub to 2 m, leaves from 7 to 20 mm long. Masses of small coral pink flowers 1 cm in diameter occur in spring and summer covering the shrub. Hardy to about -7c
 

Melaleuca alternifolia
Oil Ti-Tree
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(Pr Pkt)  £3.18  
JS2559

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Melaleuca alternifolia, is notable for its essential oil which is both anti-fungal, and antibiotic, while safely usable for topical applications. This is produced on a commercial scale, and marketed as Tea Tree Oil. The Ti tree is presumably named (Tea Tree) for the brown colouration of many water courses caused by shed leaves from this species. Melaleuca are closely related to the Bottle Brush and need similar conditions. Frost resistant down to -2C
 

Melaleuca thymifolia
Honey Myrtle n£
(Pr Pkt)  £3.18   JS1191

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Thymifolia, closely related to Callistemon (Bottlebrushes), is one of the most widely cultivated members of the genus forming a small 1 metre shrub. It has beautiful, purple, feathery mauve/violet flowers in clusters on the older stems with a distinctive “claw” configuration. Needs good drainage coupled with regular watering to do well. It prefers a sunny position to flower and is not frost tolerant so best suited for conservatory pot use. An unusual shrub not often seen in cultivation in the UK flowering in the second year from seed.

Melastoma malabathricum
Blue Tongue
Aprx 20 tiny seeds £1.95   JS3222

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A small shrub from South East Asia and Australasia with hairy leaves and 2" to 3" purple/pink flowers reminiscent of Tibouchina. Quite a tough plant once raised to a sensible size from the tiny seed as long as the temperature does not fall below 10C. A good warm conservatory plant.

The seeds are tasteless and can be eaten, but stains the tongue black, hence the name melastoma which in Greek means "black mouth". The young leaves are eaten raw or cooked and taste sour for traditional medicinal uses including treatment for diarrhoea, dysentery, ulcers and to treat piles. (Please do not try eating any part of this plant)

Metrosideros excelsa
'Pohutukawa'  n£
(Pr Pkt)  £2.13   JS1472

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A large tree in its native habitat and often called 'Pohutukawa' or the NZ Christmas Tree as it flowers in their summer. Does not like frost and best grown as a large conservatory pot plant , or planted in a frost free area. It responds to pruning and produces masses of fabulous red flowers in summer.

Sophora tetraptera
'Kowhai'  n£]
10 Seeds  £2.42  
JS1882

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Shrub or small tree of New Zealand and Chile with pendulous racemes of tubular golden-yellow flowers. Flowers earlier from seed than the NZ South Island macrophylla, but is not quite so hardy. Flowers of a deeper gold than macrophylla and a popular North Island garden plant.

Swainsona formosa
'Sturt's Desert Pea' 
10 Seeds  £2.95  
JS3409

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Sturt's Desert Pea, is an Australian plant famous for its distinctive blood-red leaf-like flowers, each with a pronounced black centre. It is one of Australia's best known wildflowers native to the arid regions of central and north-western Australia. The plants require dry conditions and a sand/grit compost and watered very sparingly.

Telopea speciosissima
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Waratah'  n£
10 Seeds  £3.49  
JS1192

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This semi-hardy waratah has excellent quality flowers and is hardy to about -5C given a well drained soil and a sheltered position. Telopia speciosissima is the floral emblem of New South Wales, and a spectacular but challenging flower to grow as a pot plant in the UK, although easy to germinate from seed. The Waratah is a stout, erect shrub which may grow to 4 metres. The dark green leathery leaves, 13-25 cm in length, are arranged alternately and tend to be coarsely toothed. The flowers are grouped in rounded heads 7 to 10 cm in diameter surrounded by crimson bracts, about 5 to 7 cm long. It flowers from September to November and responds well to pruning which encourages flowering the following year, and overcomes the natural tendency of the shrub to assume a straggly shape. It needs a deep sandy soil but with an assured water content to do well and prefers a low nutrient content.

Telopea truncata
'
Tasmanian Waratah'  n£
10 Seeds  £3.49  
JS3407

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The Tasmanian waratah is an evergreen shrub native to warm wet mountain areas of Tasmania. Its sister species, Telopea speciosissima has a more spectacular flower but is not so hardy. A member of the protea family it does not like high nitrogen or phosphorus fertilizers and is prone to damping off once germinated unless the conditions are just right. So not for the fant hearted and you will need "green fingers for this one! This plant does not like dry hot conditions nor direct hot sunshine and best in partial shade.

Xanthorrhoea australis
Australian Grass Tree  n£]
15 Seeds  £2.21   JS1994

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Some of the most unusual and curious plants to be found in Australia. Xanthorrhoeaceae are slow growing plants that have the appearance of dense clumps of grass on top of short tree trunks. The flower spikes, when they appear though are magnificent. Best kept in a cool airy greenhouse and patience will be needed for them to produce a trunk. An interesting novelty plant.
 

Xanthorrhoea preissii
Black Boy Australian Grass Tree  n£]
15 Seeds  £2.21   JS1995

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A variety of grass tree with a black trunk known as Blackboy. Xanthorrhoeaceae are slow growing plants that have the appearance of dense clumps of grass on top of short tree trunks. Best kept in a cool airy greenhouse and patience will be needed for them to produce a trunk. An interesting novelty plant.
 

Xanthostemon chrysanthus
Golden Penda  n£]
20 Seeds  £2.45   JS3199

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Xanthostemon chrysanthus, is relatively unknown outside of Australia but a very desirable garden plant for warmer climates or as a Greenhouse pot plant. The glorious, dense flower heads are well displayed at branches ends and are bright yellow reminiscent of a Bottlebrush. Flowering time is from winter through early spring and it flowers reliably often within 2-3 years from seed in ideal conditions. In native rainforest environments the tree can grow up to 40-50 ft, however in gardens it may reach only 15-20 ft and in pots much smaller. It responds well to pruning and can be easily shaped into a manageable sized shrub. The plant is pretty hardy, tolerates dry soil and can even take light frosts.
 

Fynbos Smoke Primer Papers
Packet of 5 Papers  £11.75   JS1605

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Many seeds can benefit from soaking in smoke impregnated water solution to simulate seed growth after natural bush fires in countries like Australia and South Africa. In particular Anigozanthus, Strelitzia and Protea benefit from this treatment enhancing the likely germination % but research suggests many other recalcitrant species can also benefit like Palms and Musa seed.

Cape Smoke Primer is an absorbent paper that is impregnated with fynbos-smoke-saturated water. The paper is then dried and sealed in a polythene packet. When dormant seeds require "smoking", a predetermined volume of water is added to the paper in a suitable container and the seeds are "smoke-primed" by soaking in the smoke-water solution for 24 hours. In order to have the maximum effect in breaking seed dormancy, a range of natural germination stimulators has been added to the smoke solution to overcome other forms of seed dormancy found in many species.

Each standard packet contains five papers, and 50ml water should be added to each paper. Each packet is thus sufficient to make up 250ml solution ( approx. 8½ oz. ) and enough to treat approximately 500 large seeds.


 

 

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Germination --- Easy n, Moderate n and Challenging n

Backlog for Fresh Seed --- u     New Seeds not in Catalogue ---«

Hardiness --- ] (To -5°C) ]] (To -10°C) ]]] (To -15°C) 

Growing Symbols ---  £ Sunny position £ Shady position S  Lots of Water