Large cone shaped tree with scale-like bark and fine pointy leaves that form in whorles. Slow growing evergreen that prefers full sun with light shade and wind tolerant.
Norfolk Island Pine
Large cone shaped tree with rough trunk and needle-like, dark green foliage. Drought and wind tolerant and adaptive to sandy soils.
A medium-sized upright to oval canopied tree with a large trunk to 10-12m tall. The leaves are mostly small and bright green, flowers are inconspicuous.
Broad Leaved Paperbark
Small to medium broad-crowned 8-12m. Layer, papery grey and cream bark with dull grey-green leaves and light yellow and white bottlebrush flowers
Medium to tall open tree to 12-18m tall. Trunk is a powdery white and the foliage is semi-pendulous and blue-green in colour.
Medium upright to oval tree to 12m with an open canopy and creamy yellow flowers from winter to spring. The bark is more or less smooth with some rough basal peeling bark, white to grey in colour.
Medium to tall open tree to 20-25m. The bark is rough and tightly held to the trunk and the foliage is semi-penduluous.
Large oval shaped tree of 20m+. Large deciduous leaves with a smooth texture. Striking yellow-green flowers that feature flecks of orange that resemble tulips and reside in the upper most branches.
Medium sized to very tall upright tree to 25m with smooth mottled grey and dark grey trunk. The canopy is dense with large dark green eucalypt type leaves.
Medium oval tree from 12m. Unique, double lobed, fan shaped leaves of rich green, and turn yellow in autumn