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Waterhousia floribunda (Weeping Lilly Pilly)

by Andrew Scales | September 8, 2010

Medium evergreen tree with a narrow domed form. Lustrous, dark green foliage, with pendulous branchlets against the dark bark make for an attractive tree. The variety known as ‘Sweeper’ has more pronounced weeping habit with lush green new growth with more pronounced undulation to margin.

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Xanthostemon chrysanthus (Golden Penda)

by Andrew Scales | August 1, 2010

Evergreen medium sized tree from rainforests of Qld. Glossy green lanceolate leaves with reddish new growth. Clusters of bright yellow flowers that extend at the ends of branches in summer and autumn and are very conspicuous. Useful as a feature or screen. Bird attracting.

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Tristaniopsis laurina (Water Gum)

by Andrew Scales | June 28, 2010

Small tree - Water gums can be used in both private gardens, for their high ornamental qualities, and in public landscaping.  They are commonly used as street trees because of their pollution tolerance.

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Harpullia pendula (Tulipwood)

by Andrew Scales | June 8, 2010

Small Tree - A hardy, fast growing, small to medium evergreen tree with attractive, pale green foliage that many councils consider as an excellent street tree as it does not have invasive roots.

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Elaeocarpus reticulatus (Blue Berry Ash)

by Andrew Scales | May 30, 2010

Small tree - A great feature of this species is the flowers and fruits. The fruits attract birds like the Regent Bowerbird that collect them for their blue colour. Other birds that eat these fruits are Wonga Pigeons and Crimson Rosellas.

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Backhousia citriodora (Lemon Scented Myrtle)

by Andrew Scales | May 28, 2010

Small Tree - Backhousia citriodora is small and excellent feature tree with its profuse flowering, fragrance and use for cooking.

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Flindersia australis (Crows Ash)

by Andrew Scales | May 27, 2010

Medium Tree - Flindersia australis is a very hardy shade tree thatan be grown as a street tree, wind break or simply used as a feature specimen. Bird and butterfly attracting tree.

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Cupaniopsis anacardioides (Tuckeroo)

by Andrew Scales | May 4, 2010

Small Tree - Cupaniopsis anacardioides (Tuckeroo) - an evergreen, can be grown as a street tree, used in small courtyard areas or simply used as an ornamental specimen..

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