Hello and welcome to Designer Trees!

If you are looking for a unique, living piece of art that will grow in size and beauty over the years – a rare specimen plant that will wow anyone who sees it –  then you’re in the right place.

We are one of Australias leading suppliers of rare, architectural trees and plants from around the world. We carry a large range of truly special plants which are highly sought after by leading landscape architects, designers and homeowners. Some of our trees are over 200 years old!

We are fully licensed by the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage to sustainably harvest several species and we are proud to say that we have one of the largest ranges of Dragon Trees, Xanthorrhoea Glauca Glass Trees and Queensland Bottle Trees in Australia.

When you choose to buy from us we are certain that you will find exactly what you are looking for, along with all the information needed to care for your stunning new garden feature.

Our comprehensive website features in-depth plant profiles which will tell you everything you need to know, or, you can get in touch and our expert staff will assist you with your purchase.

We are happy to advise you on all aspects of your project, no matter how big or small. From choosing the perfect specimen, designing your project, or providing aftercare and maintenance advice you’ll find that our passion for our plants will inspire you to create the garden of your dreams.

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Hello and welcome to Designer Trees!

If you are looking for a unique, living piece of art that will grow in size and beauty over the years – a rare specimen plant that will wow anyone who sees it –  then you’re in the right place.

We are one of Australias leading suppliers of rare, architectural trees and plants from around the world. We carry a large range of truly special plants which are highly sought after by leading landscape architects, designers and homeowners. Some of our trees are over 200 years old!

We are fully licensed by the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage to sustainably harvest several species and we are proud to say that we have one of the largest ranges of Dragon Trees, Xanthorrhoea Glauca Glass Trees and Queensland Bottle Trees in Australia.

When you choose to buy from us we are certain that you will find exactly what you are looking for, along with all the information needed to care for your stunning new garden feature.

Our comprehensive website features in-depth plant profiles which will tell you everything you need to know, or, you can get in touch and our expert staff will assist you with your purchase.

We are happy to advise you on all aspects of your project, no matter how big or small. From choosing the perfect specimen, designing your project, or providing aftercare and maintenance advice you’ll find that our passion for our plants will inspire you to create the garden of your dreams.

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Dragon Tree
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Glauca Grass Tree
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Lime Tree
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  • Propagating Tahitian Lime Trees

    Tahitian Persian lime trees are somewhat delicate to grow because they are a three-way hybrid between citrus medica, citrus grandus, and citrus micrantha.  Determining exactly what sort of lime you might have on hand can be a challenge because various limes are known as Tahiti lime, Persian lime, or Tahitian Persian Lime. Propagating from Seed Like most hybrids, Tahitian limes are difficult to get to breed true from seed. Each seed produces only one sprout,More

  • Pruning Tahitian Lime Trees

    Tahitian lime trees do not require pruning to grow to a healthy size. However, you might want to prune your lime tree to help keep it to a manageable size, to promote admission of sunlight, or to increase fruit production. Although it is not essential to prune your lime tree, you might want to trim it back if it is growing into areas where you do not want tree limbs or if it is growingMore

  • How and When to Prune an Olive Tree

    Olive trees are native to the Mediterranean area, but are grown around the world. There are a variety of reasons to grow olive trees ranging from maintaining orchards to obtain the fruits to even growing them as potted ornamentals. Fruitless olive trees are grown as an ornamental lawn tree and are prized for their silvery green leaves and dense shade. They also are excellent subjects for growing as bonsai. When to Prune Pruning is bestMore

  • Pruning a Queensland Bottle Tree

    A Queensland bottle tree (which should not be confused with a bottlebrush shrub) does not need trimmed at all if it is in a situation where it has plenty of growing room. Ideally, the bottle tree (Brachychiton Rupestris) should be situated in an area where it gets plenty of sun, the soil is well drained and it receives moderate protection from prevailing winds and winter chill. Bottle trees are hardy in US growing zones 9-11.More

  • Propagating Olive Trees

    Olive trees can be grown all over the world in areas where winter temperatures do not fall below freezing. In the United States, they can be grown in USDA growing zones 8-10. Olives can be used for many things, from delicious garnishes to an excellent, cold-pressed cooking oil. In the wild, the trees grow from seeds that are spread by birds and animals. Modern growers often grow olive trees from cuttings because cuttings are essentiallyMore

  • How and When to Prune a Glauca Grass Tree

    There are three schools of thought on pruning a glauca grass tree. The first is that they do not need to be pruned. The second is that all dead, brown growth should be trimmed away to encourage next season’s healthy growth. And the third is that glauca grass trees naturally grow in areas that tend to have seasonal grass fires, and that they are healthier after being subjected to a grass fire. Who is right?More

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