Grown in-ground from small locally sourced tube stock, our advanced trees are skillfully excavated for sale when plants are between 4-6 metres tall for the commercialÂ and residential market.
Planting of native established trees in urban development landscaping has gainedÂ popularity and approvalÂ due to the treesâ€™ hardiness and longevityÂ as well as theirÂ aesthetic appeal.
Excavation of trees is done using a specially designed tree spade which takes the tree out of the ground with 1 metre wide root ball weighing approximately 1 ton.
This is placed in burlapping in cages ready for transport.
For any inquires or more information about transport please contact us us via
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Araucaria cunninghamii is a symmetrical, cone-shaped tree that grows up to 60 m in height and gets its common name from the outer layer of bark which forms scale-like horizontal hoops. The branches are whorled and the leaves are
very fine and pointy. It is a slow-growing plant that can live for up to 450 years. Because of its adaptability to a variety
Available Trees: Very Good: 14Â Good: 84
ViewÂ Specs:Â Hoop Pine
Does well in urban situations where conditions limit development of other trees. Often seen clipped as a smart ball-shaped topiary with a rich green shiny leaf.
Available Trees: Very Good: 8Â Good: 42
ViewÂ Specs:Â Hills Fig
Bright yellow flowers held on the ends of stems, bark is a dappled grey through brown, giving the tree the appearance of a leopard, hence the name. Develops relatively large shiny seed pods
Available Trees:Â Very Good: 9
ViewÂ Specs:Â Leopard Tree
A hardy rainforest tree with non spreading roots, greyish white and inconspicuous flowers followed by orange berries. Streetscape or specimen tree.
This is a great all round evergreen tree, with flushes of bright glowing new growth through Spring and Summer. A medium sized tree ranging between 8-15m tall at maturity it forms a dense rounded shape and offers a lovely shade solution for gardens.
Available Trees: Very Good:Â 19 – Good: 59
ViewÂ Specs:Â Tuckeroo
Magnificent feature tree for larger gardens. It has a tall trunk and large crown. Its grey-green leathery leaves are
The Queensland kauri is an Australian native softwood with a fine even texture, pale cream to light or pinkish brown heartwood and a straight grain.
Available Trees: Very Good:Â 8 – Good: 42
ViewÂ Specs:Â Qld Kauri Pine
A medium to large evergreen 5m plus has a dense crown of attractive green glossy foliage with red new growth. Suitable for feature hedge or canopy component of a tropical garden. During late spring to early summer the tree bears clusters of sweetly scented cream flowers.
Available Trees: Very Good:Â 12 – Good: 55
ViewÂ Specs:Â Eumundi Quandong
This tree grows to 35 m and loses its leaves in the dry season. The vibrant flowers are bell-shaped and bright coral red. They appear in spring on leafless branches. The dark seed pod contains numerous seeds embedded in interlocking hairs in a honeycomb-like husk.
Available Trees: Very Good:Â 3
ViewÂ Specs:Â Flame Tree
Narrow Leaf Bottle Tree has a swollen bottle like trunk. The insignificant flowers followed by small interesting boat like pods. A very attractive specimen tree or useful indoor plant. This is the QLD bottle tree and is very similar in the way it looks to the Boab Tree.
Available Trees: Very Good:Â 3
ViewÂ Specs:Â Qld Bottle Tree