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Screen Trees, Hedge Trees & Windbreak Trees


Many of our hardy, advanced trees are suited for screens, hedges and windbreaks.

Advanced trees suited for screens include Elaeocarpus eumundii, Elaeocarpus reticulatus Prima Donna, Syzygium luehmannii, Syzygium tierneyanum, Tristaniopsis laurina, Waterhousia floribunda and Xanthostemon chrysanthus.

Hedges Trees include Elaeocarpus eumundii, Elaeocarpus reticulatus Prima Donna, Syzygium luehmannii, Syzygium tierneyanum, Tristaniopsis laurina, Waterhousia floribunda and Xanthostemon chrysanthus.

Advanced trees suitable for windbreaks include Araucaria cunninghamii, the Brachychitons, Cupaniopsis anacardioides, Elaeocarpus eumundii, Elaeocarpus reticulatus Prima Donna, Harpullia pendula, Rhodosphaera rhodanthema, Syzygium luehmannii, Syzygium tierneyanum, Tristaniopsis laurina, Waterhousia floribunda and Xanthostemon chrysanthus.

Some are known for their attractive and distinctive foliage and others for their colourful flowers.

Also, Camellia sasanquas are excellent for screens, hedges and windbreaks.

ALECTRYON subcinereus
(Wild Quince)


A small native tree with an attractive, dense rounded form, bears clusters of small pale pink flowers in January to February.
  ALECTRYON tormentosus
(Woolly Rambutan)

A small native tree with an attractive spreading canopy up to 5 metres, bears clusters of small red flowers in January to February.

         
ARAUCARIA cunninghamii
(Hoop Pine)

A large native coniferous tree with a distinctive, horizontal branching and soft but prickly foliage, It is an excellent host for native flora and fauna.

  BRACHYCHITON acerifolius x discolor 'Clarabelle' grafted

A medium native tree with a conical form, bears clusters of pink/red star-shaped flowers in late Spring to early Summer...

         

BRACHYCHITON australis (Broad Leaved Bottle Tree)

A hardy, small to medium tree (5-8 m) from inland Australia which is suitable for hot, dry climates. Is suitable around houses and ponds as it has a non-invasive root...

  BRACHYCHITON discolor
(Lacebark)

A medium native tree with a conical form, bears pink flowers with bright red centres (usually when semi-deciduous) from November...

         
BRACHYCHITON rupestris
(Bottle Tree)

A large native tree noted for its large bottle shaped trunk, bears clusters of pendulous pink - red bell shaped flowers in late spring...

  CAMELLIA sasanqua

A large bushy exotic shrub which bears a profusion of flowers in Autumn, ranging from white to a wide range of pinks and red with either single or...

         
CUPANIOPSIS anacardioides (Tuckeroo)

A medium native tree with a dense, widely spreading crown, bears greenish yellow flowers in spring followed by yellow/orange fleshy berries contained in showy orange...

  DIPLOGLOTTIS campbellii (Small-leaved Tamarind)

An attractive rainforest tree with spreading canopy which bears small creamy brown flowers and edible fruit in February - Arpil...

         
ELAEOCARPUS eumundii
(Eumundi or Smooth Leaved Quandong)

A highly decorative small native rainforest tree with attractive bronzy maroon new growth and broad shiny green leaves. During...

  ELAEOCARPUS reticulatus 'Prima Donna'tm
(Blueberry Ash)

A small native rainforest tree noted for its red new growth and dense blue green foliage, bears masses of pale pink ballerina skirt like...

         
EMMENOSPERMA alphitonioides (Yellow Ash)

An attractive rainforest tree with glossy green foliage and silvery-grey bark.   Bears panicles of white flowers in August to November followed by decorative bright...

  FICUS macrophylla (Moreton Bay Fig)

A hardy native, medium to large spreading tree with large dark glossy green leaves which are rusty underneath and often has a buttressed trunk...

         
FLINDERSIA oppositifolia
(Mountain Silkwood)

A small native tree with a pyramidal form, bears clusters of red flowers in October to December. A showy, versatile tree...

  HARPULLIA pendula
(Tulipwood)

A medium native tree noted for its widely spreading crown, bears white flowers in spring followed by yellow/orange seed capsules in winter. Used extensively as a...

         
MAGNOLIA grandiflora ‘Exmouth’ (Bull Bay Magnolia)

A stately rounded form of Magnolia grandiflora with glossy green leaves with bronze colouring underneath...

 

RHODOSPHAERA rhodanthema
(Deep Yellow Wood)

A medium native tree with a columnar form and attractive foliage. It is well known for its environmental...

         
SYZYGIUM francisii
(Francis Water Gum)

A medium native rainforest tree with vibrant, attractive new foliage, a dense conical habit and bears fluffy white flowers in summer followed by blue/lilac edible fruit...

  SYZYGIUM Cascade

A highly decorative large bushy shrub/small tree growing to around 3.5-4 metres by 2.5m wide, has a slight weeping habit, attractive bright pink new foliage and bears masses...

         
SYZYGIUM tierneyanum (River Cherry or Bamaga Satinash)

A medium native rainforest tree with a dense spreading crown and glossy green foliage with flushes of red and bronze new growth...

  TRISTANIOPSIS laurina
(Water Gum or Kanooka)

A medium native rainforest tree with a widely spreading canopy. It bears perfumed yellow flowers in summer and has a smooth, creamy brown trunk. Leaves turn red in...

         
WATERHOUSIA floribunda (Weeping Lilly Pilly)

A medium native rainforest tree with pendulous foliage and dense rounded canopy. It bears large clusters of white flowers in Summer followed by green berries with a...

  XANTHOSTEMON chrysanthus (Golden Penda)

A medium native rainforest tree noted for its red new tips, bears terminal clusters of bright yellow flowers in spring, autumn and winter.

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