Bamboo - Gracilis

$44.95 ($44.95-$79.00 choose a size)

Slender erect green culms that when exposed at base will reveal long green internodes that turn yellow when in contact with the sun. Gracilis is a very popular variety and for good reason. Its growth rate is rapid and can handle almost any growing conditions and soil types and still look spectacular. Also known as Slender Weaver Bamboo it has dense evergreen foliage that can be left low to the ground or pruned away to show of its many culms. Gracilis is a non-invasive tight clumper that can easily grow in a narrow boxed garden bed. The fresh new shoots are edible. Culms can be split in long lengths, are strong and thin walled making them ideal for use in handcrafts such as basket weaving, furniture making, and musical instruments to name a few.

Dwarf Macadamia - A16

$34.00 ($19.75-$49.00 choose a size)

An Australian selection that shows dwarfing tendencies. High yielder, excellent nut quality. Slow growing and wind tolerant. Med - large nut and high kernal recovery. A semi-dwarfing small, compact tree.

Magnolia - Heaven Scent

$34.95

A fragrant magnolia growing to approx 4M. The pastel, lavender-pink flowers are paler on the tips and white inside. A prolific bloomer and a beautiful spring flowering specimen tree.

Passionfruit - Banana

$17.90 ($17.90-$17.90 choose a size)

An elongated yellow skinned fruit with sweet pulp. The pinkish flowers are very attractive. Best suited to temperate climates but can be grown in the subtropics with care.

Rhubarb - Sydney Crimson

$7.90 ($7.90-$12.90 choose a size)

Adelicious red stemmed variety that is excellent for pies, tarts and jams. Grows very well over a range of climates. The perennial rhubarb is often referred to as the pie plant due to its use in pies. It is a highly productive plant that can be harvested within 6 months. Requires rich well drained soil. Plant crowns in rich well drained soil with growing bud just above soil.
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