List of products by A to Z Plant names starting with "A"

This is a listing of our nursery plants whose name starts with "A".
Showing 1 - 14 of 14 items
  • Aeonium Black Velour
    A. arboretum 'Black Velour'

    Aeonium Black Velour is a small hardy succulent shrub from the sub-tropic Canary Island growing to around 0.5m in height. Multiple rosettes of black-red leaves crowning each branch and yellow star shaped flowers bloom in Spring.

  • Aeonium Pinwheel
    Aeonium Haworthii cv

    Aeonium Pinwheel is a small hardy succulent shrub from the sub-tropic Canary Island growing to 0.6m in height and width. Multiple loose rosettes of green leaves crowning each branch and cream star shaped flowers bloom in Spring.

  • Agapanthus - Blue
    Agapanthus praecox

    Deep green strappy leaves with clusters of blue flowers blooming in Summer are a treat to the eye when Agapanthus are block planted along a boarder together.

  • Aloe 'Black Gem'
    Aloe spp

    Aloe 'Black Gem' is a cultivate which forms stemless pointed rosettes that readily offset into clumps. Leaves are firm and bronze in colour, going dark green when grown in the shade.

  • Aloe Vera
    Aloe barbadensis

    Used both internally and externally since Egyptian times this powerful healing herb is even more widely used today. The medicinal properties of aloe vera have been applied to treat a vast array of ailments both in people and animals.

  • Amla
    Phyllanthus emblica

    Amla is a medium sized spreading tree with small delicate leaves and flowers. The tree is prized in Ayuvedic medicine which uses all parts of the tree in herbal preparations. The edible fruit ripens in Autumn, it is very high in vitamin C but very sour to taste, so it no wonder that one popular Indian recipe involves preserving the fruit in sugar syrup.

  • Aniseed Myrtle
    Anetholea anisatum

    The Aniseed Myrtle tree is native to a remanent rainforests in north east NSW. Increasingly rare in the wild this handsome evergreen tree deserves to be planted in more gardens. When crushed the leaf of the aniseed myrtle has a distinct licorice scent and is growing in use as a spice in the food industry.

  • Atherton Raspberry
    Rubus probus

    Enjoy your own home grown rasberries native to Australia. Bright red fruit, slightly larger than the exotic raspberries, ripen in autumn through to winter. This raspberry plant grows in an upright weeping fashion and can be trestled.

  • Mounted Airplant - Tillandsia caput medusae
    Tillandsia caput medusae

    Tillandsia caput medusae has frosted green leaves which curl into the air like tenticles as they grow longer, which is why it is commonly called the Octopus Plant or Medusa's Head. This plant is growing on a handmade wooden mosaic mount, and comes with a hook and aluminium label ready to hang.

  • Mounted Airplant - Tillandsia dura
    Tillandsia dura

    Tillandsia dura has mid-green leaves that together are shaped like a wave, pushing out from the base and curling up in a compact form as the leaves grow longer. This plant is growing on a handmade wooden mosaic mount, and comes with a hook and aluminium label ready to hang.

  • Mounted Airplant - Tillandsia filifolia
    Tillandsia filifolia

    Tillandsia filifolia has fine green leaves with purple inflorecence that spring forth from a central round base. This plant is growing on a handmade wooden mosaic mount, and comes with a hook and aluminium label ready to hang.

  • Mounted Airplant - Tillandsia fuchsii var gracilis
    Tillandsia fuchsii var gracilis

    Tillandsia fuchsii variety gracilis has fine grey-green leaves that radiate from a central round base like a pin cushion. This plant is growing on a handmade wooden mosaic mount, and comes with a hook and aluminium label ready to hang.

  • Variegated Caribbean Agave
    Agave angustifolia 'Marginata'

    This ornamental agave is symetrically beautiful with green and white leaves that stand erectly in all directions.

  • Variegated Smooth Agave
    Agave desmettiana 'Variegata'

    This agave has gently arched leaves that are light green in colour with yellow margins. Leaf edges are smooth and spiral around in a rosette to form a fluted vase shape which can reach 1m in height.