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Adansonia gregorii
Adansonia gregorii
Australian baobab / Boab

Only species with an origin in Australia. Aboriginals used these trees as a water source during dry periods. Can be cultivated as houseplant too.

5 seeds
€ 5,00
Anigozanthos flavidus 'Yellow'
Anigozanthos flavidus 'Yellow'
Yellow kangaroo paw

The yellow flowers are pollinated by birds in Australia which can reach the nectar with their long beaks. A beautiful, compact plant for the patio or balcony. 
 
20 seeds
€ 3,00
Anigozanthos manglesii
Anigozanthos manglesii
Red-green kangaroo paw
 
The red-green flowers are native to Western Australia and grow to be quite pretty. A beautiful, compact plant for the patio or balcony. 
 
20 seeds
€ 3,00
Billardiera longiflora
Billardiera longiflora
Purple apple-berry
 
Purple fruits taste like apple and can be eaten fresh or processed in salads. It’s a climber that stays small. 
 
20 seeds
€ 3,00
Brachychiton rupestris
Brachychiton rupestris
Queensland bottle tree

Water is stored in the trunk, causing it to swell and take the shape of a bottle. An easily cultivated species that can withstand relatively low temperatures.

10 seeds


€ 3,50
Callistemon phoeniceus
Callistemon phoeniceus
Scarlet Bottlebrush

A container plant with pretty, red brush-like flowers which attract all sorts of insects. Can withstand some light frost.

Portion of seeds
€ 3,00
Clianthus puniceus
Clianthus puniceus
Kaka beak / Parrot's beak

The remarkable red flowers look like the beak of the New Zealand Kaka, a parrot species. Performs well as a container plant. 

10 seeds
€ 3,00
Clianthus puniceus 'alba'
Clianthus puniceus 'alba'
White kaka beak / white parrot's beak

A rare white variety of the red parrot beak. In the wild, this species is almost extinct. Fortunately, the species is cultivated in large worldwide.

10 seeds
€ 4,00
Cordyline indivisa
Cordyline indivisa
Mountain cabbage tree

Fibres of the leaves were formerly used by the Maori for fishing and the young shoots are eaten as a vegetable. It’s a container plant from the cool mountain forests of New Zealand. 

10 seeds
€ 3,00
Cyathea australis
Cyathea australis
Rough tree fern

This species is hardy up to -10 degrees Celsius, and originates to the shady, moist forests in southern Australia. 

1 portion of spores
€ 3,00
Cyathea cooperi
Cyathea cooperi
Australian tree fern

One of the most winter-hardy tree ferns out there. Originates from New South Wales and Queensland in Australia.

1 portion of spores
€ 3,00
Cyathea medullaris
Cyathea medullaris
Black tree fern

A tree fern with a black trunk which occurs on the northern island of New Zealand. Protect the plant against frost.

1 portion of spores
€ 3,00
Cyathea rebeccae
Cyathea rebeccae
Rebecca tree fern

Quite a tropical tree fern, with a thin trunk, which originates from the cloud forests of Queensland in Australia. 

1 portion of spores
€ 4,00
Cyathea robertsiana
Cyathea robertsiana
Lacy tree fern

A graceful tree fern with a thin stem and light green leaves up to 1 meter long. Protect the species from frost and strong wind.

1 portion of spores
€ 4,00
Dicksonia antarctica
Dicksonia antarctica
Tasmanian tree fern

This tree fern originates from the humid cloud forests and along rivers in Tasmania. Without protection it can withstand a minimum of –5 degrees Celsius. 

1 portion of spores
€ 3,50
Dicksonia fibrosa
Dicksonia fibrosa
Golden tree fern

A tree fern from the moist forests of New Zealand which remains smaller compared to the related Tasmanian tree fern. Without protection it can overwinter at a minimum of –5 degrees Celsius.

1 portion of spores
€ 3,50
Doryanthes excelsa
Doryanthes excelsa
Gymea Lily

An Australian plant with clusters of bright red flowers on a long stem. Easily kept species at a minimum of 7 degrees Celsius.

5 seeds
€ 3,00
Doryanthes palmeri
Doryanthes palmeri
Giant Spear Lily

The inflorescence may be five meters high and hangs often down by the weight of the bright red flower clusters. Resistant to temperatures up -4 degrees Celsius.

5 seeds
€ 3,50
Elaeocarpus angustifolius
Elaeocarpus angustifolius
Blue Quandong

The very special seeds resemble the holy Rudraksha, but come from a different rare plant from Australia.

3 seeds
€ 4,00
Eucalyptus camphora
Eucalyptus camphora
Mountain Swamp Gum

Hardy eucalypt which originates from swamps and floodplains and therefore can grow in moist soil.

Portion of seeds
€ 3,50
Eucalyptus coccifera
Eucalyptus coccifera
Tasmanian Snow Gum

Occurs on rocky soils in southern Tasmania up to a height of 1.300 meters. The leaves are lanceolate and the trunk is grey-white and brown. Hardy species.

Portion of seeds
€ 3,50
Eucalyptus delegatensis
Eucalyptus delegatensis
Alpine ash

The wood of this species is widely used in Australia as hardwood. It is the ninth tallest tree in the world with a gray trunk and numerous white flowers in summer.

Portion of seeds
€ 3,50
Eucalyptus johnstonii
Eucalyptus johnstonii
Tasmanian Yellow Gum

The yellow-green trunk of this Tasmanian eucalyptus is very graceful. In a sheltered, sunny spot, the species is hardy up to -15 degrees Celsius.

Portion of seeds
€ 3,50
Eucalyptus morrisbyi
Eucalyptus morrisbyi
Morrisbyi's Gum

A very rare and endangered species from the southeast of Tasmania. In a sheltered, sunny spot , the species is hardy up to -15 degrees Celsius.

Portion of seeds
€ 4,50
Eucalyptus neglecta
Eucalyptus neglecta
Omea Gum

The leaves of this eucalyptus are quite large and spread a wonderful fragrance. The species is hardy.

Portion of seeds
€ 3,50
Eucalyptus pauciflora (Mount Buller)
Eucalyptus pauciflora (Mount Buller)
Snow Gum

These seeds come from Mount Buller in Australia where the species occurs up to an altitude of 1.700 meters. The trunk is graceful and the species is among the most hardy eucalyptus.

Portion of seeds
€ 4,00
Eucalyptus pauciflora ssp. niphophila (Mount Bogong)
Eucalyptus pauciflora ssp. niphophila (Mount Bogong)
Snow Gum

A variety that grows in Australia at an altitude of 1.800 meters on Mount Bogong. The pale green stem has brown stripes and its growth is quite compact. The species is among the most hardy eucalyptus.

Portion of seeds
€ 4,00
Eucalyptus regnans
Eucalyptus regnans
Giant Ash

This 99.6m high eucalyptus is the highest angiosperm in the world. Only the Sequoia sempervirens is as a gymnosperm even higher. Partially hardy.

Portion of seeds
€ 4,00
Eucalyptus rubida
Eucalyptus rubida
Candlebark Gum

Bark lasts long on the coloured trunk, causing the strain after a while to start looking like a candle. Originally grew in the southeast of Tasmania.

Portion of seeds
€ 3,50
Eucalyptus viminalis
Eucalyptus viminalis
Manna Gum

The most popular eucalyptus with koalas due to the high sugar levels in the juice. In a sheltered, sunny spot hardy to about -15 degrees Celsius.

Portion of seeds
€ 4,00
Kennedia nigricans
Kennedia nigricans
€ 3,50
Licuala grandis
Licuala grandis
€ 3,00
Lodoiceae maldivica (not available)
Lodoiceae maldivica
€ 0,00
Macadamia integrifolia
Macadamia integrifolia
€ 4,00
Melaleuca alternifolia
Melaleuca alternifolia
€ 4,00
Passiflora aurantia
Passiflora aurantia
€ 3,00
Wodyetia bifurcata
Wodyetia bifurcata
Foxtail palm

A beautiful palm from Cape Melville in Australia that has only recently been discovered. Can be kept outside on a sunny spot with a minimum of -4 degrees Celcius. Has large plume-like leaves. 

2 seeds
€ 6,00