• Deodar Cedar - Cedrus deodora (20 Bonsai Seeds)

    Due to their short and neat needles, these hardy trees are a classic bonsai choice. The tree can be trained into most upright styles or even as a cascade and will respond well to heavy pruning. Native to the Western Himalayas, this tree grows naturally at an altitude of 1,500 - 3,000m. Grown widely in the west, the tree is a fast growing and has a beautiful upright growth habit with wide drooping branches. It can be grown in rows to make a beautiful soft screen for a garden or as a feature tree on its own. They will look there best grown in grassy areas away from paths where the lower branches can be left to spread.
    AU $2.95
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  • Small Leaved Fig - Ficus obliqua (250 Bonsai Seeds)

    The Small Leaved fig, as suggested by it's name, has relatively small leaves which make for an attractive small bonsai. The trunk also has propensity to thicken and develop aerial roots, making for an interesting bonsai specimen that can be grown in various styles. A very large tree, the Small Leaved Fig makes a fantastic shade tree for a very large garden or park. It also produces masses of small yellow fruit that taste delicious. A very adaptable tree, this species will grow in all soil types including clay. It also tolerates cooler climates and will grow anywhere in Australia apart from very cold areas.
    AU $2.95
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  • Common Juniper - Juniperus communis (20 Bonsai Seeds)

    Like the other Junipers, the Common Juniper is a great tree for the beginner bonsai enthusiast. Grown as a small or medium specimen, the tree can be easily styled, will respond well to pruning and not mind some neglect - stunning subject for carving techniques. Juniperus communis is a shrub or small coniferous evergreen tree, very variable and often a low spreading shrub, but occasionally reaching 10 m tall. It has needle-like leaves in whorls of three; the leaves are green, with a single white stomatal band on the inner surface. Male and female cones appear on separate plants. Ideal for smaller gardens owing to its relatively slow growth, the Juniper should be grown as a spreading shrub.
    AU $2.95
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    160 sold
  • Peppermint Gum - Eucalyptus nicholii (50 Bonsai Seeds)

    As a bonsai, this species is really versatile and can be used for most upright and slanting styles as well as planted together in forest style. An Australian native, this tree does well in most areas of Australia and it's toughness makes it a great bonsai for beginners. Eucalyptus nicholii is an excellent native shade or feature tree for the larger backyard. This plant works really well as a screening or windbreak tree and also as a roadside tree. Eucalyptus nicholii is a medium-sized tree 10 - 20 m tall with rough, thick, grey-brown bark which extends to the larger branches. The leaves have a strong peppermint smell when crushed and the white, powder-puff flowers are fragrant.
    AU $2.95
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    52 sold
  • Stiff Paperbark - Melaleuca styphelioides (1000 Bonsai Seeds)

    As a bonsai, this species can be grown in a number of styles including informal and forest styles and the flaky bark brings character and interest to the tree. It is really tough and low maintenance, making it a good choice for busy bonsai enthusiasts and beginners alike. This small to medium tree is a great performer in temperate climates and has beautiful, cream coloured flowers. Its attractive, upright habit makes it a popular garden choice. It is a popular street tree in Sydney and Melbourne with deep roots that allow you to grow lawn without having unsightly dead patches.
    AU $2.95
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  • Trident Maple - Acer buergerianum (50 Bonsai Seeds)

    Trident Maples are vigorous growers with relatively small leaves, and will develop large trunks and a well-aged look quickly. One of the easiest of the maples to grow, the red and gold autumn color is truly spectacular. Choose an upright form to match its natural habit. Grown as a street tree in many parts of the world, Acer buergerianum or the Trident Maple can do well in dry soils and develops into an attractive medium-sized tree in the garden. This species is native to Korea, China and Japan and if left to grow on its own will reach 10m or more in height. The seeds for sale are taken from parents with small leaves (less than 4cm).
    AU $2.95
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  • Silk Tree - Albizia julibrissin (30 Bonsai Seeds)

    Often known as the Mimosa Bonsai, this species has wonderful pom pom shaped pink flowers and delicate fern like leaves that make for an elegant bonsai tree. Although the branches are brittle and difficult to wire, the natural growth form lends itself well to an upright style with weeping characteristics. Named the Silk Tree due to its delicate flowers. The tree is not only very beautiful, due to its fast spreading growth habit, it is also a really practical choice for a shade tree. A tree with a real tropical feel, this species is great as a potted specimen or for shading a back porch. Native to China, this tree can be grown in all areas of Australia except the very far north.
    AU $2.95
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  • Tropical Oak - Casuarina cunninghamiana (300 Bonsai Seeds)

    Casuarina's are a great tough Australian native for bonsai and their needle like foliage gives these trees a conifer like appearance that is as beautiful as many of the popular bonsai pine species. Able to recover from harsh pruning and neglect this tree can be developed into almost any bonsai style. A native to much of Australia, the River She Oak has a dense foliage with a an erect trunk and rough dark brown bark. Its medium size make it a popular street tree and it is often used on river banks to reduce soil erosion, or as a windbreak.
    AU $2.95
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  • RED AND GREEN KANGAROO PAW,Anigozanthos manglesii,Seeds,Native,Drought Tolerant

    Anigozanthos manglesii, commonly known as the red-and-green kangaroo paw. Its red and green flowers appear at the end of long stalks between August and November. is a plant species endemic to Western Australia, and the floral emblem of that state.
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  • Chinese Juniper - Juniperus chinensis (25 Bonsai Seeds)

    Chinese Junipers are perhaps the most widely grown bonsai tree species in the world and are easy to train and care for. In Chinese and Japanese folklore, Junipers are symbols of longevity. As bonsai they are rugged and hardy, grow quickly and give the new bonsai grower a great introduction to the care and development of bonsai trees.They're suitable for almost any bonsai style, so get creative and enjoy! A very popular ornamental tree for parks and gardens, this small to medium sized tree will grow to about 3-5m tall and is also ideal for hedges. The leaves grow in two forms, juvenile needle-like leaves 5-10 mm long, and adult scale-leaves 1.5-30 mm long.
    AU $3.15
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    81 sold
  • Chinese Pistachio - Pistacio chinensis (20 Bonsai Seeds)

    This bonsai favourite suits any bonsai style. Females produce small red fruits that ripen to blue, but its crowning glory is its canopy of handsome leaves and its magnificent autumn foliage. In gardens, this small to medium tree should be planted in light shade or full sun. It’s the perfect plant for oriental-style gardens, but will grace any gardening style with equal ease – a rewarding plant that’s also very easy to grow. An incredibly tolerant tree that thrives in harsh situations, the Chinese Pistachio will grow in hot or cold conditions in practically any soil and tolerates drought well. As a result, it is a popular street tree in dry areas.
    AU $3.15
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    77 sold
  • Podocarpus elatus Illawarra Plum Yew Pine 20 seed Bushtucker Gidneywallum Daalga

    The seed sits atop a swollen, fleshy, blue-black stalk to 2.5cm across, which forms the ‘fruit’ between March to July. The edible ‘fruit’ has a grape like texture with a sweetish, mild pine flavour.
    AU $4.95
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  • Staghorn Sumac - Rhus typhina (10 Bonsai Seeds)

    The Staghorn Sumac is favoured as a bonsai for it's delicate leaves which turn the most magnificent red in autumn. A versatile tree it can be developed into most upright and informal bonsai styles. The Staghorn Sumac is favoured as a bonsai for it's delicate leaves which turn the most magnificent red in autumn. A versatile tree it can be developed into most upright and informal bonsai styles. The Staghorn Sumac is a very tough tree. It grows in most soil types and is moderately drought tolerant. Spreading by suckering, the plant can be invasive if not pruned back regularly..
    AU $2.95
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  • 'RUBY SALT BUSH',Enchylaena tomentosa,Seeds,Native,Drought Tolerant,Fruit Tree

    The ripened fruit of E. tomentosa may be picked and eaten raw and is sweet in flavour. An excellent bush tucker plant which grows best in full sunlight, partial shade and well drained soil. (Enchylaena tomentosa).
    AU $3.55
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  • Tea Tree - Leptospermum obovatum (2000 Bonsai Seeds)

    Thanks to its fine leaves, drought tolerance and fondness for clipping, the Tea Tree makes an easygoing bonsai that's suitable for just about any style. Cute white flowers and attractive bark add to its overall appeal. Prized for its neat and tidy growth habit and beautiful flowers that attract bees and native birds, Leptospermum obovatum makes an attractive and popular native shrub for the Australian gardener. Grow it as a large shrub, small tree or hedging plant. Found in the highlands and coastal regions of New South Wales and Victoria, this tree is quite frost tolerant and able to manage in most soil types including those with a high salt content.
    AU $2.95
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    57 sold
  • Italian Cypress - Cupressus sempervirens (30 Bonsai Seeds)

    As a bonsai, Cupressus sempervirens is easy to care for and can live a long time if well maintained. Although its natural growth habit is tall and slender, it adapts well to twisted, interesting forms. Plant it as a group planting or train it as a formal or informal upright. Also well suited to cascade and semi-cascade styling. In a garden landscape this tree is ideal as an accent plant or avenue planting, (particularly around larger buildings) It's dense evergreen foliage is ideal for hedging and its scale like leaves lend a very fine texture to any setting. A temperate plant native to Southern Europe, it will cope with frosts and is very drought tolerant.
    AU $2.95
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    38 sold
  • Cross Leaved Honey Myrtle - Melaleuca decussate (300 Bonsai Seeds)

    As a bonsai specimen this hardy Australian native plant can be grown in a slanted style and is fairly easy to maintain as it copes with poor conditions well. The slightly weeping branch tips also add a nice touch to your bonsai creation. In the garden, this plant can be grown as a large shrub or small tree that will attract native birds and bees and can manage in salty and clay soils. Melaleuca decussata, commonly known as Cross-leaf Honey-myrtle or Totem Poles, is a shrub or small tree in the genus Melaleuca. It is native to South Australia and Victoria. This species grows to 4 meters in height. The oblanceolate leaves are blue-green and are about 10 mm long and 3 mm wide.
    AU $2.95
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  • European Nettle - Celtis australia (10 Bonsai Seeds)

    A popular choice for bonsai, the European Hackberry, as it is commonly known, has attractive branches, smooth bark and soft green foliage which lend well to most upright bonsai forms. The leaves miniaturise well with judicious plucking. A native to the southern parts of Europe and North Africa, this tree produces dark purple berries which are sweet, very edible and a magnet for birds and other wildlife. Grown traditionally as an ornamental rather than for its fruit, the tree is very long lived and does well in areas of high air pollution. the autumn foliage is golden yellow, and the bare branches look dramatic in winter. I summer, it makes a wonderful shade tree.
    AU $2.95
    AU $1.20 postage
  • Bracelet Honey Myrtle - Melaleuca armillaris (1000 Bonsai Seeds)

    As a bonsai, this species can be adapted to most styles and the uneven bark provides nooks and crannies that draw attention. Highly prized as an ornamental tree in parks and gardens throughout Australia, Melaleuca armillaris is an attractive small tree/shrub that will do well in most soil types and will cope well in dryer conditions or in a pot. Melaleuca armillaris, known as the Bracelet honey myrtle, is a plant native to South Australia and Victoria. This variety ranges from a large shrub to a small weeping tree growing to 5 meters (16 ft) in height, but much smaller in pots. It has distinctive decumbent branching and twigs with narrow linear leaves 1mm wide.
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  • Common Ash - Fraxinus excelsior (10 Bonsai Seeds)

    As bonsai, the Ash is more suited to larger specimens. They grow very quickly and will often produce many shoots making them perfect for forest style bonsai. Whilst not the tree for a small garden, the Common Ash is an attractive tall tree that has traditionally been a valuable tree for its rapid wood production. Able to be harvested after only 10 years, the wood from Ash trees is light in colour and has an attractive grain that makes it fantastic for making furniture. Ash trees will tolerate most soil types and in particular can manage highly alkaline soils better than most trees.
    AU $2.95
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  • River Red Gum - Eucalyptus camaldulensis (200 Bonsai Seeds)

    Although the River Red Gum is not suitable for most gardens, it makes a fabulous, fast-growing bonsai that presents a well-aged appearance very quickly. Ideal for informal upright styles and suitable for root over rock or group plantings, it is also very easy to look after thanks to its drought tolerance. In natural conditions, it is very large, beautiful tree to 40m, and is well known for dropping its branches, hence its unofficial nickname, 'the Widow Maker'. As such this tree is probably not recommended for the average suburban backyard. Grow your bonsai in full sun or light shade and enjoy rapid results. It forgives neglect, but rewards you with fast growth when given a little love and care.
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    88 sold
  • Monterey Cypress - Cupressus macrocarpa (50 Bonsai Seeds)

    Commonly known as the Monterrey Cypress, this tree is great for the beginner since it is extremely tough. Its also very versatile, being suitable for formal upright, informal upright, slanting, cascade, semi-cascade, and group planting styles. Native to the Californian coastline, this medium sized, column shaped tree is widely planted in Australia as a wind break. It's leaves are scale like, bright green and occur in dense sprays and if exposed to high winds the tree will gradually develop a beautiful wind-swept appearance. A temperate tree, this species will grow in most coastal areas of Australia. As a coastal tree it can tolerate sandy and salty soil and will do best in full sun..
    AU $2.95
    AU $1.20 postage
  • Common Privet - Ligustrum vulgare (15 Bonsai Seeds)

    The Privet is a popular species for beginners as it will tolerate almost any soil type and survives the occasional missed watering. It also responds extremely well to pruning and can be wired into many bonsai styles. In the garden, the Privet has traditionally been used as a hedging plant as it's easily pruned into almost any shape. It can also be used as a large shrub to approximately 3m and is attractive to birds. Whilst it is deciduous in many cooler areas of Europe, in most parts of Australia, the tree will remain green all year producing small white flowers in summer followed by dark purple berries in Autumn. A moderately fast growing tree, the Common Privet will do best in full sun.
    AU $2.95
    AU $1.20 postage
  • English Yew - Taxus baccata (5 Bonsai Seeds)

    This evergreen is a bonsai favourite that lends itself well to a variety of styles, and is easy to carve and train. Fine foliage, easy back-budding and attractive fruit make it rewarding for bonsai beginners and enthusiasts alike. In gardens, this handsome tree will reach a height of 10-20 meters, but it is slow-growing and long-lived, so it is best regarded as a large shrub to small tree. It’s also a classic choice for hedging and topiary since it is fond of being clipped. This tough little tree tolerates almost any soil and will grow in sun or shade. Its only requirement is that the soil should not be constantly waterlogged, so choose a well-drained position and don’t over-water..
    AU $2.95
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    81 sold
  • Hickory Wattle Seeds Drought/Frost Hardy Native Evergreen Small Tree

    A native of New South Wales, it prefers light to medium, well-drained soils in an open, sunny position. Hardy, it is drought and frost resistant. An evergreen tree to 3 metres with a spread of 2 metres, with smooth, leathery, green leaves to 15 cm and the flowers are creamy white appearing in early winter.
    AU $3.00
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  • Warrigal Greens/NZ Spinach (tetragonia tetragonioides) 20 Reliable Viable Seeds

    This deliciously edible plant is a fast growing leafy groundcover, known mostly as Warrigal greens, it also has been known asNew Zealand spinach, Native spinach, Aussie spinach, kokihi', Sea Spinach, Botany Bay Spinach, Tetragon and Cook's Cabbage.
    AU $3.29
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  • 'RUBY SALT BUSH',Enchylaena tomentosa,Seeds,Native,Drought Tolerant,Fruit Tree

    The ripened fruit of E. tomentosa may be picked and eaten raw and is sweet in flavour. An excellent bush tucker plant which grows best in full sunlight, partial shade and well drained soil. (Enchylaena tomentosa).
    AU $3.95
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