Taken back in 2000 a giant Teak being hugged by Carla in Australia

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Teak tree at Newpark Kyogle

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8 year old Flindersia australis in Kyogle

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Teak or Crows Ash

Flindersia australis
A medium tree much sought after for its durable timber. The leaves are aromatic when crushed. The white flowers appear from Sept to Feb. The fruit is a woody, prickly capsule which opens into five segments releasing winged seed.
Other Names: australian teak

$2.90 ($2.90-$18.75 choose a size)

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Specifications of Teak or Crows Ash

Preferred Climate SubtropicalLearn About Climate Zones

Grown From SeedlingLearn About Propagation Methods

Max Height (when in the ground with good conditions) +10m

Can it Handle Frosts? Yes

Amount of leaves in Winter? All Leaves (Evergreen)

Water Requirements Drought Hardy (Little Watering)

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Macadamia - MiniMaca PBR

$59.00

This is a rare Macadamia with unique miniature features. It produces a medium size nut with a thin shell making it easy to crack. It has stunning pink new growth that will stand out in any garden or parkland. This is one for the collectors of Australian bushfoods and everyone that loves macadamias. The MiniMaca can be maintained as a hedge with regular pruning. Its growth habit is more columnar in shape than other varieties. It was discovered in northern NSW which is an area abundant in Macadamia production. Naturally an understory plant in rainforests. Macadamia trees grow best in Warm, frost free locations in free draining soil with lots of organic material and regular watering during the warmer months. This a Plant Breeders Rights (PBR) variety and propagation is strictly prohibited.

Mango - Florigon

$59.00 ($59.00-$79.00 choose a size)

Definitely the winner in the taste department. The soft sweet flesh melts in your mouth. The fruit has a small seed and virtually no fibre and great flavour. Considered by some to be too small for the market it certainly makes up for its lack of size with taste. Yellow skinned, excellent quality fruits. Sets well in subtropics. Moderately resistant to Anthracnose, susceptible to Black Spot. Average wt. 300g. (Video - Grafting a Florigon Mango)

Dwarf Mango - King Thai

$74.00 ($74.00-$79.00 choose a size)

Equal if not better in flavour than the Bowen mango. A semi-dwarf tree making it ideal for backyards, it produced elongated fruits similar to the Nam Doc Mai. The fruits start out with green skin and ripen to yellow with pink-red blushed fruit. Compact, branching, slightly upright tree growing to 3-4m tall and 2-3m wide. Shows good resistance to anthracnose and black spot.

Teak or Crows Ash Reviews & Tips

Star Rating

Dale Thompson
★★★★★ 3y ago

Pullenvale, Queensland, Australia, Australia

Teak or Crows Ash

I have plant 8 of these trees (planted in 2008) on a property in Pullenvale QLDAll from tube starter plants 120mm tall.4 in open have reached 3m in 12 years.4 planted in a group of other trees have rocketed up and are well over 6 m in 12 years.

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