<i>Hakea microcarpa</i>

Hakea microcarpa – A shrub growing to 2 metres tall and often as wide, with cream-white flowers. It has a wide distribution on the east coast and ranges of Australia from Stanthorpe in SE Queensland, down along the tablelands and western slopes to Tasmania, where it grows in subalpine bogs, or in forest or woodland in damp sites.

<i>Hakea</i> ‘Burrendong Beauty’

Hakea ‘Burrendong Beauty’ – A small, ground-hugging shrub growing to 1.5 metres tall by up to 3 metres wide with a sprawling habit. This cultivar is a hybrid between Hakea petiolaris and H. myrtoides.

<i>Hakea dohertyi</i>

Hakea dohertyi – An erect shrub to 6 metres tall, with a narrow habit, without a lignotuber. It is confined to a small area in the Kowmung Valley in Kanangra Boyd National Park of NSW and grows in dry sclerophyll forest on ridges. It is listed as being threatened with extinction.

<i>Hakea laevipes</i>

Hakea laevipes – An erect and bushy shrub to 3 metres tall, possessing a lignotuber. It is found growing in eastern NSW, in disjunct locations on sandy soils in dry sclerophyll forest, woodland and heath. It also grows in south-east Qld.

<i>Hakea pachyphylla</i>

Hakea pachyphylla – A shrub to 2 metres tall, spreading to 1 metre wide, not possessing a lignotuber. It has a naturally restricted occurrence, growing in the upper Blue Mountains west of Sydney, in swampy habitats of wet heath or mallee-heath, mainly on sandy soils / sandstone.

<i>Hakea propinqua</i>

Hakea propinqua – A shrub to 2 metres tall usually but can reach 5 metres, spreading to over 2 metres wide. It is naturally found in a small area around Sydney.

<i>Hakea salicifolia</i>

Hakea salicifolia – A large shrub (small tree) up 8 metres tall by several metres wide. It grows naturally in wet sclerophyll forest and rainforest edges, as well as swamp-sclerophyll forests close to the coast, mainly along the NSW coast, extending up the coast into south-east Queensland. It does have a habit of naturalising in some habitats where it does not originally belong, through widespread cultivation.

<i>Hakea teretifolia</i>

Hakea teretifolia – A rigid shrub to 4 metres tall, usually with a narrow untidy spread to about 1 or 2 metres. It is common in sandy heathlands and shrublands in coastal eastern Australia from northern NSW through to Victoria and Tasmania. The new growth has white hairs.

<i>Hakea constablei</i>

Hakea constablei – A compact to open rounded shrub to small tree, growing potentially to 7 metres tall. The new growth is very hairy. It is found on higher sandstone outcrops, in dry sclerophyll forests and woodland, and is endemic to limited areas of the Blue Mountains and Wollondilly catchment in NSW.

<i>Hakea bakeriana</i>

Hakea bakeriana – A medium-sized shrub growing to 1 or 2 metres high and 1 to 2 metres wide. It is often multi-stemmed. A medium-sized shrub growing to 1 or 2 metres high to 1 to 2 metres wide. It is often multi-stemmed.

<i>Hakea dactyloides</i>

Hakea dactyloides – An upright single-stemmed bushy shrub or small tree, to usually 5 metres tall. It is common and widespread in NSW and into Victoria, usually found on sandy soils in heath, dry sclerophyll forest and woodland.

<i>Grevillea preissii</i>

Grevillea preissii – An erect to spreading shrub, to 2 metres tall by 3 metres wide. There are also some prostrate forms found in the wild.

<i>Syzygium</i> ‘Cascade’


Syzygium ‘Cascade’ – A shrub to about 4 m tall. It is a cultivated hybrid between Syzygium luehmannii (a NSW/Qld species) and Syzygium wilsonii (a northern Queensland species).

<i>Grevillea</i> ‘Boongala Spinebill’

Grevillea ‘Boongala Spinebill’ – a spreading to weeping shrub, to 2.5 metres high by 3 metres wide. It can be dense and bushy and the new growth is a copper-red colour.

<i>Grevillea</i> ‘Honey Barbara’

Grevillea ‘Honey Barbara’ – A large shrub that grows to 3 metres high by 2 metres wide. This cultivar is reported to be a hybrid between two cultivars Grevillea ‘Sylvia’ and G. ‘Honey Gem’.

<i>Grevillea bronwenae</i>

Grevillea bronwenae – An erect shrub growing to 2 metres tall, typically with a narrow spread to about 1 metre.

<i>Prostanthera lasianthos</i>

Prostanthera lasianthos – A tall, graceful forest shrub (to small tree), highly variable in its habit and appearance. It ranges from a 10-metre high tree growing in sheltered forest to a 2-metre high shrub growing in exposed montane areas. It is the largest member of the genus Prostanthera.

<i>Prostanthera incisa</i>

Prostanthera incisa – An erect shrub to 4 m tall with a narrow spread with an open habit and a strong odour, pleasing or perhaps unpleasant. It is found naturally growing in wet sclerophyll forest and on margins of rainforest.

<i>Prostanthera hirtula</i>

Prostanthera hirtula – A spreading shrub to 2 metres tall by 1 metre wide. It is found on elevated, rocky sites in dry sclerophyll woodland and open forest in New South Wales.

<i>Prostanthera violacea</i>

Prostanthera violacea – Is a slender, strongly aromatic shrub, to 2 metres tall, growing in dry sclerophyll forests

<i>Isopogon dawsonii</i>

Isopogon dawsonii – A shrub to 6 metres high but is usually up to 3 metres tall, and to 3 metres wide.

<i>Isopogon anethifolius</i>

Isopogon anethifolius – An erect shrub to 3 metres tall by 2 metres wide, with reddish stems and a lignotuber.

<i>Prostanthera caerulea</i>

Prostanthera caerulea – An erect shrub growing to 3 metres high by about 1 metre wide with lovely minty fragrance…

<i>Grevillea</i> ‘Lana Maree’

Grevillea ‘Lana Maree’ – A popular cultivar. It is a spreading to weeping shrub, growing to 2 x 3 metres and has can have a dense compact habit.

<i>Grevillea insignis</i>

Grevillea insignis – A shrub growing to 5 metres tall with spreading/arching branches which can spread several metres wide.