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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The Olive Tree is a truly beautiful, architectural tree widely loved by landscapers and homeowners throughout the world. This iconic Mediterranean plant is one of the most commonly grown fruit trees, when mature they can provide the homeowner with as much as 18kg (40lbs) of fruit each year!
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Designer trees are those that architects and landscapers like to use to enhance the appearance or enjoyability of the home or business. In some few cases, utility also has its place in the general planning. Trees do many things for a landscape.
Whether you purchase one of these unique trees as a feature tree for your garden, or you intend it as a container plant, you are sure to achieve years of lasting enjoyment from your bottle tree. They are hardy, requiring little or no maintenance when planted outside.
Architectural trees are a foundational part of any landscaping scheme. There could not possibly be a better choice for a large shade tree than the distinctive Queensland Bottle Tree (Brachychiton rupestris).
When sprouting, Yucca Filifera, Yucca Rostrata and Grass Trees only put up one leaf, instead of two.
When you plant a glauca grass tree, you are planting a national treasure. We are happy to share this uniquely Australian plant with you.
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