hard quandong, woolah Elaeocarpus obovatus  tree of creek-sides; dense, mid-green foliage; clean grey trunk; small white flowers; small blue fruits

Hard Quandong (Elaeocarpus obovatus) - is a rainforest tree from Eastern Australia. The fruit is a blue drupe oval and containing a rough hard centre and a single seed

Tuckeroo  Cupaniopsis anacardioides Hardy, coastal tree; dense rounded crown of leathery, deep green foliage; masses of orange capsules

Plant of the month is the Tuckeroo. This is a great all round evergreen tree, with flushes of bright glowing new growth through Spring and Summer.

black she-oak Allocasuarina littoralis medium tree; fine needle foliage; male trees a rusty colour during winter flowering period; butterflies

black she-oak Allocasuarina littoralis medium tree; male trees a rusty colour during winter flowering period;

tuckeroo  Cupaniopsis anacardioides  hardy, coastal tree; dense rounded crown of leathery, deep green foliage; masses of orange capsules

dense rounded crown of leathery, deep green foliage; masses of orange capsules

hard quandong, woolah Elaeocarpus obovatus  tree of creek-sides; dense, mid-green foliage; clean grey trunk; small white flowers; small blue fruits

hard quandong, woolah Elaeocarpus obovatus tree of creek-sides;

black she-oak Allocasuarina littoralis  medium tree; fine needle foliage; male trees a rusty colour during winter flowering period; butterflies

black she-oak Allocasuarina littoralis medium tree; male trees a rusty colour during winter flowering period;

swamp box Lophostemon suaveolens fast growing eucalypt-like tree with graceful branch form; open canopy; frequent flowering periods

swamp box Lophostemon suaveolens fast growing eucalypt-like tree with graceful branch form;

swamp box Lophostemon suaveolens fast growing eucalypt-like tree with graceful branch form; open canopy; frequent flowering periods

swamp box Lophostemon suaveolens fast growing eucalypt-like tree with graceful branch form;

red ash Alphitonia excelsa  medium tree; clean grey bark; dark green, leathery leaves, silver beneath; attracts birds and butterflies

The Alphitonia excelsa Red Ash is This tree is a natural coloniser in a wide range of conditions.


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