Eucalyptus Little Star

Eucalyptus Little Star

Eucalyptus Little Star Eucalyptus forresterae Little Star is a small tree or mallee named after Austraflora’s Sue Forrester who, together with Bill Molyneux, recognized it as a new species in a remote region of Gippsland, Victoria. At a height of 3-7 metres & a...
Eucalyptus Purple Patch

Eucalyptus Purple Patch

Eucalyptus Purple Patch Eucalyptus lansdowneana ssp albopurpurea Remarkable for its startling clusters of purple bird-attracting flowers in winter & spring, Purple Patch is a small clear-trunked tree (4-6 metres tall & 2-3 metres wide) with much to offer the...
Eucalyptus Dry White

Eucalyptus Dry White

Eucalyptus Dry White Eucalyptus elata dwarf form Small gardens call for small shade & shelter trees and Eucalyptus Dry White is the perfect choice at 5-8 metres tall & only 3-5 metres spread. Add the other benefits: fine trunk, smooth bark, highly perfumed...
Eucalyptus Hot Threads

Eucalyptus Hot Threads

Eucalyptus Hot Threads Eucalyptus erythronema selection Eucalyptus Hot Threads has an absolutely beautiful trunk.  Waxy white with seasonal patches of red bark; the canopy is of fine grey-green leaves and large blood-red blossoms that are magnets to honey-eating birds...
Grevillea Bon Accord

Grevillea Bon Accord

Grevillea Bon Accord Grevillea johnsonii x wilsonii A happy accident in the gardens of Austraflora resulted in an outstanding cross-continent selection. From eastern Australia comes G. johnsonii, and from the west G. wilsonii ~ together they produced Grevillea Bon...