December 2020 Catalogue

Newsletter December 2020

Its amazing to think of what all the plants we have sent you are doing now….from Darwin to Melbourne to Perth and Broome…Sydney and Alice Springs not to mention the length and breadth of our Queensland , NSW, Victoria and Tasmania. Did we miss Alice Springs. We have some very interesting plants for you in our December Catalogue
This is our last catalogue for the year so we would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. As always our next Catalogue goes out between Christmas and New Year. This was our 29th Year in business. Thank you.

….From Bob & Bev Chalmers



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YOU CAN NOW PRINT OUT YOU OWN CATALOGUE. When we send you an email message that our latest is out….you can now print out your catalogue in the same format as in our hard paper version. Do it in colour if you like. Browse when you are away from your computer if you like. Its simple to make the book up….just follow the video tip on this Blog Post.


* We all know that not only do plants absorb carbon dioxide and release clean oxygen into the air but research has shown that they also absorb benzene, formaildehyde, trichloroethylene & other pollutants.
* There are companies who will plant 17 trees for you (at a fee) which will be enough to offset the carbon emissions of your motor vehicle !!
* The bright orange colour of carrots tell you they are an excellent source of Vitamin A which is important for good eyesight, especially at night. Vitamin A helps your body fight infection, and keeps your skin and hair healthy.Carrots can be a little boring to eat…but not so if you eat them raw with a delicious dip.
* An inflation rate of 3% hardly hardly compares with the double-digit price increases that haunted rich countries in the 1970s and emerging economies for far longer. (For much of the 1990s, the average inflation rate in poor countries was 50%.)



Last Months Did You Know
* Did you know the human body is mainly made up of bacteria held together by water.
* The human mind has more than 60,000 thoughts each day and 80% of these are negative self destructive thoughts! To turn yourself into the ‘new positive you’ be aware of your thoughts especially repetitive ones THEN breathe it in and feel the emotion in it….then breathe it right out as you let it go. Get used to doing it automatically …do it all day…it will become automatic.
* There are over 1,000 species of Anthurium.
* Flowering plants (Angiospermae) dominate todays flora of the Earth and constitute virtually all terrestrial vegetation. There are an estimated 250,000 species, with the greatest diversity in the moist tropics.



West Australian & NT & Tasmanian Orders

These states have strict quarantine protocols in place. All have inspection procedures in place at both ends. Please note you do nothing… we do all the work and payments. These order are intended to be sent on the following day:

Western Australia & Northern Territory Sending Date
Tuesday 15th December, We need your order by 4.00 PM Tuesday 8th December, QLD time.

Tasmania Sending Date
Friday 11th December, We need your order by 4.00 PM Friday 4th December, QLD time before this date as we go through an intricate Quarantine Inspection process & need to do this in one batch to make the process feasible. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON WA, TAS. & NT ORDERS ……………PLEASE GO TO THE VERY BOTTOM OF THIS CATALOGUE AND THE FAQ’s.




Your Plants

Your Plants are packaged with love and care to travel the world if need be. They are among the largest and strongest you can possibly receive by courier/mail delivery.
We intend to supply you a continually new and surprisingly amazing array of the most interesting plants on our planet.
We have been doing this for 31 years! Its not easy. You will see many others have come and gone thinking there was an ‘easy’ life doing this work. It is a life of passion for the fantastic gifts of nature.


Payment Options

PayPal: Can be used in checkout if you have PayPal.
NAB: In the checkout, you’ll be taken to a secure website where you can safety enter your credit card information.
Direct Deposit: Our Account is BSB 014 669. Account No. 1021 45286 RW & BA Chalmers Trading as Paradise Distributors….ANZ Bank Nambour Qld. Please email the amount & date of the deposit when if you choose this option.
Cheque/Money Order: Please send your cheque / Money order to Paradise Distributors, 9 Paradise Place, Nambour, QLD, 4560.
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Orders can also be phoned 07-5441 5921 or faxed 07 5441 5456 or mailed.



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Our Mail Order Business started in 1984 as Paradise Distributors. Our first website was called and we had to change it later to for reasons I forget…who knows now!
Paradise Place was named after our Nursery a few years back. We have never been open to the public and are not a garden centre….more of a Botanists Dream with plants here..there …and everywhere. We are open by appointment to people who have an idea what they are after as our time is precious in the balancing act of growing, packing and cataloging your plants. We send plants to all States and Territories of Australia.
We live on the nursery property only one km from the heart of Nambour QLD. which I rate as easily one of the best towns in the world with its hilly nature and hinterland backdrop…older homes and great rainfall and greener than green landscapes.. laden with subtropical plants. It has always been a friendly town with a country atmosphere.
Early next year we will have packaged and personally sent our one millionth plant.
Many of our lovely customers have been with us for over 20 years.



Try ‘Grow Organic Fertiliser’ ….Used in our Nursery..

Delivers outstanding results every time it is applied to ornamentals, fruit and vegetables and herbs in fact anything. But there’s much more to fertiliser than meets the eye. Many ‘Fertilisers’, although supplying a stated quantity of plant available nutrients, fail to be biologically sustainable and almost without exception, create a weak link in the growing chain..

Available in 500ml, 1, 2.5, 10 and 20 litre bottle. This is concentrated fertiliser so Mix at a ratio of 100:1 with water!
500ml $9.95, One Litre $16.50, 2.5 Litre $24, 10 Litre $84, 20 Litre $154


‘Grow’ for your Indoor Plants
We can now send a 500ml pack of this powerful spray on organic plant food with your plants. Spray your plants once or twice a week…it has no smell. See the analysis over…what more could your plant want?

Millions of beneficial plant microbes that’s what!!
Scientifically tested by Dr Gordon Rogers Principal of Applied Horticultural Research, with Uni of Sydney to Enhance growth, plant health and resist disease. Enhance colour, taste and texture and more.
You can dilute this master plant food at 100 to 1!!





Busby the World Famous Planting Wonder Dog
Has Ordained 3 more Planting Wonder Dogs
Busby has taken on the role of World Famous PlantaDog. Look out for his articles and Videos and his much sought ‘Paw of Approval’.

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Busby believes we should be planting more…..more trees & more shrubs for the other animals and birds….more fruits….more veges for our food…more herbs for our health. More trees will catch the carbon dioxide and turn it into wood for our homes and animal homes. Get rid of the deserts by planting and improving the land. Instead of wasting money….. put it into land improvement and we will turn deserts into good land again. The climate will improve with more plants because they attract rain and breath the oxygen back into it. The plants hold the carbon. Science has proven this years ago.
Busby says save the planet ..plant more plants. We need workers out there planting to their hearts delight to put to shame the lazy talkers…. the conference goers …the politicians…get them out planting. Get other PlantaDogs to join me and nip around their heels.




The Amazing GesneriadsSinningia tubiflora tuber

Many make attractive houseplants and grow and develop more and more character as they age. Extremely interesting plants that not only possess unusual structure but also show rare beauty and gorgeous flowers. The Gesneriaceae family is mostly tuberous — although some species are fibrous-rooted shrubs and some produce only rudimentary tubers. A few species are “stoloniferous,” producing satellite tubers (e.g., Sinningia tubiflora, and most species are lithophytes (growing on rocks or epiphytes, rather than truly terrestrial.
It is a family of flowering plants consisting of about 152 genera and approximately 3,540 species in the Old World (most Cyrtandroideaeand New World (Gesnerioideae) tropics and subtropics, with a very small number extending to temperate areas.
We intend to introduce them to you one after another.
Please watch with interest as these mysterious wonders magically appear before your eyes. Lookout we have three for you in this latest catalogue.





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Over at Yandina last week an elderly couple had dinner at another couple’s house, and after eating, the wives left the table and went into the kitchen. The two elderly gentlemen were talking, and one said, “Last night we went out to a new restaurant, and it was really great. I would recommend it very highly.” The other man said, “What is the name of the restaurant?” The first man thought and thought and finally said, “What is the name of that flower you give to someone you love? You know…the one that is red and has thorns.” “Do you mean a rose?””Yes,” the man said and then he turned toward the kitchen and yelled, “Rose, what’s the name of that restaurant we went to last night?”




Importing Plants from Overseas
There are certain processes to be followed when importing plants, bulbs or rhizomes from overseas. Firstly you must fill out the Application Forms for an Import Permit from AQIS (Australian Quarantine Inspection Service). A lot of detail must be given about each species you want to import.If your application is successful you will be Issued an Import Permit.The Import conditions will detail how the plants (or rhizomes etc)are to be prepared before export and then on arrival…this involves repotting into soiless mixes or barerooting plants. It will require a Phytosanitary Certificate be Issued by the Overseas Depatment of Agriculture…saying all is in order. On arrival this usually involves the plants being addressed to & inspected by AQIS, followed by fumigation by an approved contractor and then three months in quarantine at an approved quarantine station. The State Govt. usually runs one at each capital city airport. If the plants show any signs of disease or insects or if the Phytosanitary Certificate is not exactly as required…the plants will usually all be destroyed or sent back at the importers cost..
By the time the plants come out of quarantine(if they survive) they will be costing about 5 times the initial purchase price. As all plants are paid for prior to despatch from overseas all costs are at the risk of the importer in the case of any failure in the protocol. Importing plants is a very risky business !! Exporting plants overseas involves all the same procedures only in reverse. *Believe it or not sending plants to Western Australia, Northern Territory and Tasmania  involves all of the above plus 5 different treatments before sending..




Potting mixes do not last forever because the larger particles keep breaking down into smaller particles. After a couple of years what was a mix with a lot of free draining coarse particles will become a gluggy mix with a lot of fine particles resulting in poor drainage that your plant will not appreciate.





Please write down your Password and Username.

Yes, we know from experience that we always tell ourselves we will remember it….but do we? And its often the Username that gets muddled up the most. Just think most people seem to have 3 usernames and three passwords they commonly use… that means there are 9 different ways these can be combined and that’s why its so easy to use the wrong one if you don’t record it. If you have completely forgotten which one you can easily call us we will take you off completely and you can re-register.


Combined Postage/Shipping
We do combine postage/shipping with all our orders. This means you can buy as many plants as you like for a single postage/shipping price. eg, in NSW you might buy 100 plants for $17 freight.
Our Plants are not sent Bare Rooted
All our plants are sent in pots. Mostly in a pot of 70mm diameters and 110mm deep. This pot is 4 times the volume of the tiny 40mm tubes that many other suppliers use. Our Ferns are sent in 100mm pots. * Very large plants from large pots (Bamboo, Fiddle Leaf Fig, Heliconias) may be sent bare rooted.
However we do supply some Tiny plants for $3.90 to satisfy customers who like small prices. These plants are specified as Tiny Plants for Tiny Prices and are priced at $3.90.

If you can’t find what you’re looking in our catalogue, you can use the search bar at the top of all our pages, above navigational menu and also below the side Menu.

All Plants on our website are available, not just the ones in our latest catalogue.



We send our plants in 70mm pots! We do not bareroot our Plants.

If there is an exception we tell you.


Please Note; We send our plants in 70mm diameter pots. We do not send in 40 mm tubes which are only 25% of the volume. Most other online sales are in either 40mm tubes or bareroot plants. We do not set plants back by taking the plant out of its pot and barerooting it.




…All Frost Free Climates…

DOLI CHANDELIERMedinilla dolichophylla

(70cmAbcD) Medinilla dolichophylla
This is a rare and amazing Medinilla with hanging bright purple calyxed flowers that are broad and white In gorgeous hanging clusters..which last for months. Very attractive long hanging strongly veined foliage. Branches readily providing heaps of branchlets for these amazing flowers. Native of the Phillipines. We are finding this plant quite cold hardy and is suitable to all frost free climates, otherwise sheltered in winter. Bright filtered light. In 75mm pots.

…..Priced at $19.90 each (250 Parries)








Begonia Looking Glass


(70cmAbcD) Begonia rex ‘Looking Glass’
Begonia with large silvery leaves with broad green veins and a red underside. Pink flowers for most of the year. The silver is reflective in bright light. Great as an indoor plant or patio plant as well as understory in the garden. For frost free climates out of the wind. Bright indirect light and keep the soil moist.

…..Priced at $9.90 each (180 Parries)









Sinningia tubiflora

…Rarely Available Tuberous Sinningia…

Sinningia tubiflora

(50cmAbCD) Incredible plant that develops a large above ground tuber. Member of the amazing Gesneriad Family. Unusual & elegant very long white trumpet like flowers on long upstanding stems growing tall above the foliage! Fuzzy green leaves.Flowers from late spring through summer. Will become dormant during winter in cool areas. Cold hardy. Treat every few weeks with water-soluble fertilizer. Full sun to part shade.

……Priced at $17.90 each.









….Red & White Flowers in Winter….

HELICONIA RED CHRISTMASHeliconia angusta red christmas

(1mAbcD) Helicona angusta ‘Red Christmas’
This is a magnificent Heliconia which will amaze you with its striking bright red and white flowers during winter and spring! The flowers are long lasting and excellent for cut flowers. This is an attractive dwarf clumping variety good in a tub or in the garden. Keep this one in a warm, moist partly shaded position in well drained mix or soil. Known to flower in Sydney and Perth. Shooting in 70mm pots.

…..Priced at $18.90 each (300 Parries)




Your plants are sent in the pots they are grown in …usually 20cm+ tall out of a 75mm diameter pot. We rarely send in 45mm tubes and rarely bareroot our plants because it sets them back. A 75mm pot has the capacity for a 4 times bigger root system than a 45mm tube!







…Native & One of the Biggest Flowers…Amorphophallus paeonifolius


(1mEdABCD) Amorphophallus paeonifolius (Syn campanulatus) aka Elephants Foot Yam will surprise you with one of the worlds most amazing flowers. This huge maroon and cream flower grows to 800mm. across, probably the worlds widest! Talk about spectacular. White spots under the big maroon spathe. This one has a snake patterned stem and unusual foliage on top. Lasts well into winter before dying down to an increasingly bulbous corm. Back in spring. Full sun or light shade. Native to Nth Australia & Asia. These are seedlings shooting now in 70mm pots.

…..Priced at $29 each







…Eyecatcher From Brazil…

Aphelandra squarrosa ‘Zebra Plant’Aphelandra squarrosa Zebra Plant

(30cmAbcD) is one of the more spectacular of the exotic South American shrubs. Amazing bright yellow waxy flowers arranged like a pyramid on top of the white striped leaves with red stems. They flower from Spring to Autumn. In warm frostfree conditions north of Taree NSW they can be grown outdoors, otherwise indoors in a warm sunny room or glasshouse in the cooler months.

…..Priced at $9.90 (180 Parries) or 3 for $27










…Rarely Available Gesneriad…Achimenes Jubilee Gem


(30cmABCD) Achimenes species ‘Jubilee Gem’
Very pretty houseplant. Dark purple 5cm flowers. Upright green fuzzy leaves with serrated edges. This is a rhizomatious plant from the amazing Gesneriad Family. So it will always shoot off the rhizome and will multiply. Will go dormant in winter in cool areas. Native to Mexico & Central America. Requires warmth & well drained soil that is kept moist. Bright indirect light.

…..Priced at $ 9.90 each (200 Parries)












…Rare Pink Flowering Goldfish Plant…Nematanthus monanthos

Nematanthus monanthos

(15-10cm AbcD) Unusual bright pink fuzzy goldfish shaped flowers radiating from a glossy deep green textured foliage. The flower blooms in spring to summer and even in winter! Native to Brazil. Requires filtered light and very good indoors. A rarely available fibrous rooted Gesneriad. Takes morning sun.

…..Priced at $12.90 each (200Parries)










MADAGASCAR PALMPachypodium lamerii

(3mAbcD) Pachypodium lamerii is one weird plant, a bit like a tall fat cactus with spines and amazing ‘Three Stooges’ like foliage arrangement on top. The leaves in this arrangement are long and narrow with silver undersides, which it is likely to drop in the depths of winter. Yes it even flowers with white/cream frangipani like, terminal flowers. Although this one grows to 6m in its native Madagascar, it will not grow as big here. Can be grown in a container indoors in good light. Known to grow as far south as Auckland NZ. Likes a well drained soil in sunny position. Keep on the dry side when cool – if kept dry can survive a light frost. Full sun to part shade. These are sent in a 70mm pot.

…..Priced at $9.90 (180 Parries)










(60cmAD) Adiantum tenerum ‘Lady Moxon’. One of the most sought after Maidenhairs this fern is large and has attractive weeping fronds with broad pinnules. Several bright green shades on the one plant and in 100mm pots.

…..Priced at $13.90 each (200 Parries)




PACIFIC MAY MAIDENHAIRAdiantum tenerum 'Pacific May'

Adiantum tenerum ‘Pacific May’
Lovely foliage edged like eyelashes. Finer and lacier than Marshas Pride. Sent in 100mm pots.

….Priced at $13.90 each (200 Parries)


…Both Maidenfairs for $25

Maidenhairs are quite hardy plants developing on a strong root system and will always come back better with a good clip and fertiliser in the warmer months.






ANGEL FERN (aka Lady Fern)Athyrium otophorum

(60cmABCD) Athyrium otophorum
This is a fabulous Japanese fern with eyecatching metallic silvery and pastel green shades that vary with the seasons. This is a hard to get fern. Beautiful contrast. Arching leaves. All this contrasting with with the burgundy purple red stem. Very neat plant. Sent in 100mm pots.

…..Priced at $13.90 each (190 Parries)













LITTLE PENDA aka Bloomfield PendaXanthostemon verticillatus

(2-5mRf**,*AbD) Xanthostemon verticillatus has a very showy, pale yellow cream flowers and small dainty dark green foliage. Flowers young with attractive fragrance. Blooms in spring. Very floriferous. Native to North QLD, a small area along the Daintree and Bloomfield rivers. This attractive shrub flowers every now and then throughout the year. Grows to about 2m in height in cultivation…so it makes a great container plant. It is slow growing. Full sun and partial shade.Classified vulnerable in nature. Very bushy. Warm coastal areas. Sent in 75mm pots.

…..Priced at $9.90 each (180 Parries) or 3 for $27







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Like a lushe green carpet.

(Not Allow into WA, NT & Tasmania)


……Priced at $29 per 525cm2 (25cmx25cm)

Club Moss x 4

Selaginella species. Yes 4 of these.

…..Priced at $29 for 4 of these






Streliitzia reginae Mandelas Gold


(1mFABCD) Strelitzia reginae ‘Mandela’s Gold’. Has the exotic bird like flowers in contrasting bright yellow and blue. A remarkable plant it is amazingly drought resistant and withstands lows of minus 8oC. Splendid in floral arrangements and as feature plants. Florists are able to sell just a single flower at a premium. Full sun. Sent in 100mm pots.

…..Priced at $12.90 each (180 Parries)













Worsleya procera.
This is the legendary Blue Amaryllus. Empress of Brazil One of the worlds most sought after plants!! Huge blue flowers. Direction oriented foliage towards sun. Unusual straplike arching foliage. We have 14 mature plants, each at different diameter and height shown in the brackets. The one photographed is (11cm x 60cm):ie 11cm diameter Butt and 60cm Stem length and total height 1m plus.

…..Priced at $990.00

**Plus additional freight and packing charges. These can be picked up locally or sent depotted.
*** From the Family Amaryllidaceae the Empress of Brazil a bulbous evergreen plant is the only member of the Genus Worsleya.








(20m**RfFABCD) Agathis robusta has unique leathery leaves and a most attractive greyish bark. An outstanding signature tree for important places, Kauri also makes an interesting indoor plant when young and a wonderful tub speciman. Grows well in temperate regions in a wide range of soils. Reasonably fast growing it is drought resistant and frost hardy. Native to QLD tropical and sub-tropical rainforest this one is famous for its magnificent timber also. Full sun or shade.

…..Priced at $9.90 (180 Parries) or 3 for $27











Hosta plantaginea 'Grandiflora'


(40cm*FABCD) Hosta plantaginea ‘Grandiflora’. Plantain Lily it produces many large pure white spikes of fragrant tubular bell shaped flowers on top of its large soft velvety green foliage which forms a mound. Brings that luscious mid green colour to your garden. Blooms in summer. Dormant in winter. Takes shade, cold, dry & wet in its stride. Native from Japan. Keep soil moist. Part shade to full shade. Sent in 70mm pots.

….Priced at $15.90 (350 Parries)








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…..Natural indoor Plant Nutrition


*Everything your Indoor Plant Needs.
*No smell.
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*Goes a long way.
*Mix with water 100 to 1!
*All Natural…BioOrganic
*Full of Beneficial Plant Microbes
*The ‘Secret’ used by the Big Professionals
*Australian Made…Produced in QLD.
Get our convenient 500ml Pack.

….Priced at $9.95 for Grow 500ml plus Freight (If not ordered with Plants)







…Worlds Largest Flower!!..Amorphophallus titanum


Amorphophallus titanum
Biggest flower on the planet!! The flower arises from an underground tuber which can grow to 90kg!! It takes several years to get to flowering size. The flower gets to 3m tall & 1.5m wide!! The plant itself comes up & dies down each year & its thick green patterned stem can be 20cm through and usually 3-6 metres tall…it unfurls to a single leaf. A very unusual sight. The dormant period for it here is winter & this means the plant can be grown here. The true flower is inside the green spathe with amazing male & female flower parts. Full sun to part shade. These bulbs are 4cm in diameter. Phone Order Only!

…..Priced at $200 each bulb








Microsorum falax Microsorum fallax

(60cmABCD) This is a truly beautiful fern with flat heavily crested light green foliage. Very hard to get this one will be famed for its beauty in the future. Good in a hanger or pot or in the garden it should be suited in all but the very coldest areas. Light to medium shade. These are sent in 100mm pots.

…..Priced at $12.90 each (180 Parries)







These will take warm frostfree temperate conditions & are proven flowerers in Perth WA so will flower at least north of the Sydney-Perth line. Sent as strong rhizomes ready to go in the ground…with sensible preparation. If you do not know what a rhizome is please check with us or read below. These are easy growing hardy varieties. There are reds, oranges, maroons, yellows and combos including all these colours with both upright and hanging claws. Height growth varies from 2-4metres. Sent as rhizomes. The package includes;

heliconia subulataHeliconia schniedianna syn subulata
2.5m. Maroon & yellow terminal in winter & spring & very architectural claws.

Heliconia bihai Hong Kong ClawHeliconia bihai ‘Hong Kong Claw’
3.5m. Red & Orange bracts. Winter.

heliconia bihai yellow dancerHeliconia bihai ‘Yellow Dancer’
3.5m. Yellow. Winter. Upright claws.

heliconia bihai kawikaHeliconia bihai ‘Kawika’
Compact 3m. Dark orange yellow tips.

heliconia bihai x caribaea piton pointHeliconia bihai ‘Piton Point’
3.5m. Red with green/yellow tips.

…..Priced at $99 for the Collection of Five.

PS Heliconias are sent in the rhizome form. This is the starch filled thickened root tissue from they which they shoot. Once they shoot in warm weather they grow rapidly & the rhizome thickens & expands even more…so the plant gradually expands with the rhizome. These rhizomes are mostly fist to half fist size. Expect long flowering from early summer to late autumn & luxuriant broad tropical foliage.







YELLOW THROATED RONDELETIAYellow Throated Rondeletia, Rondeletia amoena

(1mABcD) Rondeletia amoena will surprise you with its huge clusters of long tubular white flowers with yellow throats. Before opening the clusters are rose pink. Native to the Caribbean, they are Spring flowering in cooler climates and closer to the tropics they give an almost constant display. Large attractive leaves. Can be grown outdoors anywhere temperatures do not drop below freezing. Full sun or shade.

…..Priced at $8.90 (170 Parries) or 3 for $23







….Drought Proof Your Property….Atriplex nummularia


(3m**EdABCDE) Atriplex nummularia
You can fatten sheep and cattle on this and it will survive severe droughts. It sends its tap root metres into mother earth. This is a very attractive (tothose who appreciate its worth) dense grey foliaged native plant. Both leaves and seeds are considered bush tucker with the leaves tasting like salt. High in protein & antioxidants. Drought, frost & salt tolerant. A very versatile plant! Full sun. Sent in 70mm pots.

…..Priced at $9.90 each (180 Parries) or 3 for $27










Dracaena Black Knight


(4mABCD) Dracaena marginata will give you a great sculptured feature plant in a pot or in the garden. The foliage is narrow, dark green and red edged. The dark stems can be trained to be any shape you wish. As the new leaves emerge from the top, the mature leaves on the bottom drop away. These are 25cmm tall out of the long native tubes. Full sun or shade.

…..Priced at $8.90 each









Bassolaelia Morning Glory

Bassolaelia Morning Glory (Seedlings)

Vigorous primary hybrid, Cattleya style, Medium size star shaped white through to pink flowers with broad spotted lips. These plants are 120mm tall in 50mm pots.

…..Priced at $14.90






Epidendrum Comet Valley ‘Orange’

Mini or compact growing crucifix with clusters of bright orange/yellow flowers. These plants are 130mm tall in 60mm pots which are close to flowering.

…..Priced at $18.90







A simple guide for new growers. Cultural information for the most commonly grown orchids. 27pp illus. by Beryl Robertson
…..Priced at $7.90 each

If you are beginning with orchids and say only have about 20 years or less experience this little book might be a good idea. It is written in easy to understand language by a renowned grower here on the Sunshine Coast. Beryl Robertson is a professional grower with a great understanding of orchids. Recommended.





December Saintpaulia African Violets CollectionOut of Stock

Saintpaulia ‘African Violets’ hybrids. These are your latest named hybrids and not your common old garden type. There are thousands of varieties. Easy to grow inside on your window sill. We have 5 New African Violet Hybrids. They are…

African Violet Optimara Juliana

African Violet Optimara Juliana

African Violet Ode to Beauty

African Violet Ode to Beauty

African Violet Sun Sizzle

African Violet Sun Sizzle

African Violet Jays Flossie

African Violet Jays Flossie

African Violet Okie Easter Bunny

African Violet Okie Easter Bunny


Moderate light to indoor light.

$9.90 each…. 3 for $27 or ….Five for $45





FERNSmicrosorum green flame


(60cm** AbcD) Microsorum punctatum ‘Green Flame’. Unusual and very attractive variety with flat leathery light green fronds about 4cm wide. Good in a hanger or pot or in the garden it should be suited to most climates. Light to medium shade. 100mm pots.

…..Priced at $12.90 each (180 Parries)




…Most Unusual Fern This Year…Nephrolepis emina


(30cmABCD) Nephrolepis exaltata ‘Emina’. If you want an unusual fern this is it. Atttractive thick green upright lacey curled fronds. Will definitely stand out in either the garden, hanging basket and even indoors since the fern itself is a natural air purifer! Great in a pot or hanging basket. Slow growing. Filtered light. In 100mm pots.

…..Priced at $12.90 each (180 Parries)




BUTTON FERNpellaea rotundifolia

(15cmABCDE) Pellaea rotundifolia is a dainty fern that forms a neat clump of radiating fronds each with a series of neatly rounded dark green pinnae. Ideal for pots, baskets and rockeries in a moist position in filtered sun or indoors in a well lit situation.Native to New Zealand – often found on rocky sites. Hardy in cool areas but also grows in the tropics. Sent in 100mm pots.

…..Priced at $12.90 each (180 Parries)


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Delicious Collection

Delicious December Collection 1

Betel Leafpiper betle

(80cmEdAD) Piper sarmentosum. Lovely spicy flavoured leaves. Popular in south east Asian cooking, being used raw and cooked. Prefers well composted, moist, well drained soils in a protected, sunny position. Drought and frost tender. A tropical evergreen Requires well drained fertile moist soil. Full sun to part shade.
…..Priced at $15.90 each




Rakkyo – Asian OnionAllium chinense

(30cmEdAbcD) Allium chinense. The bulb and narrow leaves are eaten raw or cooked. The bulb will have a crisp texture and will taste like onion. The whole plant is astringent, carminative and expectorant. Prefers well drained soil, will tolerate poor soil. Full sun.
…..Priced at $9.90 each or 3 for $25




Malpihia PixieMalpighia emarginata Pixie

(1.5mEdAbcD) Malpighia emarginata ‘Pixie’
Attractive red edible berries which are high in Vitamin C being 80 times more concentrated than orange juice! At this stage we have no information on how it will tolerate cold winters but is frost tender. Full sun to part shade.
…..Priced at $15.90 (180 Parries)






Delicious December Collection 2Ocimum gratissimum

Holy Basil

(2mABCD) Ocimum gratissimum widely used both in cooking for flavouring. A robust plant it grows as perennial so long as it is protected and warm in winter. Native to India and Africa. Can be grown as a container plant. Full sun.
…..$12.90 each (180 Parries) or 3 for $29



Hylocereus undatus pink fruit

Pink Dragonfruit Cuttings

(4.5mEdAbcD) Hylocereus undatus. Delicious juicy pink fleshed and skin edible fruit! Needs winter protection. Full sun or bright light. These are cuttings.
…..Priced at $5.90 for each cutting


Garcinia intermedia

Bakupari Tree

(4mEdFmABCD) Rheedia brasiliensis. Unique plant with narrow shiny foliage that will provide you with a pleasant aromatic tasting fruit. The fruit is a 3-4cm long smooth skinned fruit! Full sun but will take shade in the tropics.
…..$12.90 each (180 Parries) or 3 for $29








Hoya Collection

Hoya December Collection 1Hoya diversifolia


A Hoya from the Celebes, pink petals with a red centre. Its leaves are very thick and dark green. Hardy to zero degrees celcius. Can dry out a little between waterings.
……Price at $9.90 each (180 Parries)



Hoya pubicalyx 'Red'


(C) – Hoya publicalyx ‘Red’. Red flowers with long leaves. Large red clusters.

…..$9.90 (200 Parries)



Hoya cinnamomifolia


(C) Great big balls of lime green maroon centered flowers. Big beautifully shaped & heavily veined leaves on this climber. Filtered light to morning sun.

…..Priced at $12.90 each (200 Parries





Hoya December Collection 2 – Sold OutHoya loheri


Red flowers with reddish orange or yellow corona. Narrow leaves. Large clusters.

…..$9.90 (180 Parries)



Hoya publicalyx 'Silver Schillachi' Foliage


(C) Hoya publicalyx ‘Silver Schillachi’. Red flowers with long silver flecked leaves. Large clusters.

…..$12.90 (150 Parries)




INDIAN ROPE HOYAHoya Carnosa Compacta

(C) Hoya carnosa compacta – Pink flowers in large round bunches. The shiny leaves cup, twist and contort themselves, giving each vine a rope-like appearance. 1 Per Customer!

…..$16.90 (350 Parries)





Hoya December Collection 3Hoya australis


(C) Hoya Australis. Lovely native Hoya with large clusters of star shaped fragrant white red centered flowers.

…..$9.90 (180 Parries)




(W) Hoya coronarium. Small groups of large solid gold star shaped flowers with thickish slightly crinkled leaves. Full sun.

……$12.90 each (200 Parries)



HOYA DISCHORENSISHoya dischorensis

(VAbcD) Is beautiful hoya in New Guinea. Light yellow star shaped flowers & darker corona & big leaves. Flowers a large cluster of 25 to 30 flowers during the warmer months. Morning sun to part shade.

…..Priced at $9.90 each.






Plants in Tiny 45mm Tubes
…..Tiny Plants… Like our competitors


LOMANDRA HYSTRIXLomandra hystrix

(1m*,**FABCDE) Lovely bright green arching leaves and highly perfumed crowded cream blossoms on the end of a flower spike in spring. A popular landscape plant for rockeries, banks and on the edge of water features. Its long straplike foliage arches gracefully. Brilliant indoor speciman. It is a native of NSW & QLD and is very hardy. Drought and frost resistant and takes wet places. This one will grow in the shade or sun. Small plants in small 45mm tubes.

…..Priced at $2.90 each





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 Arthropodium cirratum


(1mEdABCD) Arthropodium cirratum ‘Matapouri Bay’. Beautiful blooms of white flowers in summer on a tall stalk above the foliage. The flower stalk reaches 1m bearing many white 6 petalled flowers with a tricoloured stamen from yellow to purple and white at the tip. Long green leaves. The rhizomes are edible when cooked, they were once eaten and cultivated by the Maori. Drought tolerant. Native to New Zealand. Filtered sun to part shade.

…..Priced at $12.90 each (250 Parries)









Malpighia emarginata Pixie


(1.5mEdAbcD) Malpighia emarginata ‘Pixie’ is an exceptional compact branching shrub with small pink flowers in dense clusters and then attractive red edible berries which are high in Vitamin C being 80 times more concentrated than orange juice! Attractive dark green shiny leaves and a multibranching habit. At this stage we have no information on how it will tolerate cold winters but is frost tender. Full sun to part shade. 1 per customer!

…..Priced at $15.90 each (180 Parries)








Eucomis autumnalis


(50cm*AbCD) Eucomis autumnalis. Eyecatching and different with the strangest flower you have ever seen! Blooms in summer continuously lasting till autumn. Pineapple like cluster on top! Waxy white, burgundy centred, star shaped flowers. The flowers produce a sweet scent. Wide long brown spotted leaves. Can attract bees, butterflies and birds. Goes dormant in winter but springs back bigger and flowers every year. Low maintenance. Native to South Africa. Well drained soil. Full sun to light shade.

…..Priced at $12.90 each (200 Parries)










TULIPWOODHarpulia pendula

(6m**RfABCDE) Harpulia pendula has an unusual decorative orange bird attracting fruit which splits to reveal its contrasting black seeds in winter. This is one of the neatest of native feature trees, fine examples of which can be found in both Brisbane and Sydney streets. The attractive dense canopy makes nice shade. The leaves are compound and shiny. From the dry lowland rainforests of Nthn NSW to NE QLD. and suited to coastal, inland and cooler frostfree areas. Full sun or shade.

…..Priced at $8.90 (150 Parries) or 3 for $23










…Huge Spectacular Bromeliad…Alcantarea regina 'Alba'


(1mABCD) This is an amazing Bromeliad with spectacular bright red and yellow flowers that grow over 1m tall! The rosette that can grow to 1.5m across! It stays smaller in a pot. Will grow and flower in light to medium shade. It can be grown in a pot in a well drained mix and will multiply. Good indoors but likes humidity. South American in origin most Bromeliads are epiphytes that attach themselves to trees. Very hard to get.

…..Priced at $14.90 each (300 Parries)







Dichondra repens


(10cmAbcD) Dichondra repens is a small green lush native groundcover. Makes a great lawn alternative as it can tolerate light foot traffic and doesn’t require mowing at all. Also ideal for rockeries, pots and hanging baskets. Will grow little green white flowers all year long. Native to Australia and New Zealand. Prefers well drained soil. Full sun to shade.

…..Priced at $7.90 (150 Parries) or 3 for $21







NATIVE GARDENIARandia fitzlanii

(4m*,**RfAbD) Randia fitzlanii is a highly prized rainforest shrub. Fragrant white five petalled star shaped flowers in spring. Bushy this one makes a great pot speciman and also in the garden in sun or shade. Produces flowers while still young. Large glossy dark green leaves. Lovely erect tall shrub. If grown in southern areas requires protected position and known to grow well in Sydney. Full sun.

…..Priced at $8.90 (150 Parries) or 3 for $23









sophora tomentosa


(3mAbcD) Sophro tomentosa will give you bright yellow flowers in long spikes from 10-40cm long! Curious pods form after which look like necklace beads. This is a multibranching shrub with attractive grey small rounded foliage. Likes dry conditions. For warm areas in full sun.

…..Priced at $8.90 (180 Parries) or 3 for $23








RAKKYO – Asian OnionAllium chinense

(30cmEdAbcD) Allium chinense. The bulb and narrow leaves are eaten raw or cooked. The bulb will have a crisp texture and will taste like onion. The whole plant is astringent, carminative and expectorant. It is used in the treatment of stuffiness sensation and pain in the chest, angina pectoris, pleurisy, bronchitis, diarrhoea and tenesmus in cases of dysentery. Regarded as a plant for general health if added to your diet. Lovely mauve flowers on 30 cm stalks in spring and summer. Native to Asia and popular in South East Asian, Chinese and Japanese cooking. Prefers well drained soil, will tolerate poor soil. Full sun. Multistemmed in 75mm pots.

…..Priced at $9.90 or 3 for $25



…Fantastic colour…Luxuriant plant…Heliconia Rostrata


(2mAbcD) Heliconia rostrata. Be amazed by the great big long flowers (easily 60cm) in the most brilliant colours imaginable. This loveliest of Heliconias has huge contrasting bright red & yellow curious lobster-claw like bracts in summer. Large pale green leaves and ribbed foliage. Makes a great garden speciman.Native to Central America.If you live south of Sydney or equivalent you will need to protect the rhizome form cold with mulch. This is one of the more cold hardy of the Heliconias. Light or mottled shade. Sent as rhizomes.

…..Priced at $15.90 each (200 Parries)










Phlebodium aureum mandianumPhlebodium aureum mandianum

(1m**ABCD) ‘Tasselled Form’ Syn. Polypodium. This is a very unusual native fern with large broad wavy fronds that grow to a massive one metre. This is a lovely tasselled form. Grows on a Rhizome. Makes a good basket, pot or garden plant in a damp position. Sent in 100mm pots.

…..Priced at $12.90 (200 Parries)











GASTERALOE KABELAGasteraloe kabela

Gasteria x Aloe Hybrid
A compact succulent with thick grey green triangular leaves with little light spots and spiked edges. Produces a tall stem with small flowers. Excellent as a pot specimen, especially as a house plant! Requires a well drained soil. Morning sun to part shade. Sent in 70mm pots.

…..Priced at $9.90 each









BETEL LEAFpiper betle

(80cmAD) Piper sarmentosum. Heart shaped green leaves. Lovely spicy flavoured leaves. Mostly cultivated in South & Southeast Asia. Leaves of Betel Leaf are popular in south eastern Asian cooking, being used raw and cooked. Have a go raw in a salad or use as a wrapping. These wraps are a favourite In Thailand. Shiny heart shaped leaves and tiny white flower spikes. Prefers well composted, moist, well drained soils in a protected, sunny position. Drought and frost tender. A tropical evergreen Requires well drained fertile moist soil. Full sun to part shade. Sent in 70mm pots.

…..Priced at $15.90 each or 3 for $39 (350 Parries)










….Double Bicolour Flowers….Camellia japonica Donnan’s Dream


(1.2mFABC) Camellia japonica ‘Donnan’s Dream’. This lovely Japonica Camellia will give you pale pink or white full peony form flowers from spring. Excellent cut flowers. They have medium sized oval shaped glossy dark leaves luxuriantly foliated. Vigorous upright bushy growth habit. These are cold hardy and easy to grow. Likes part sun to light shade in a well drained position. Any climate.

…..Priced at $8.90 each(180 Parries) or 3 for $25









Dendrobium Rambo

Dendrobium Rambo

Twisty style hardcane Dendrobium, compact grower, upright spikes of approximately 50mm flowers. Well lit but indirect light, prefers warmer conditions, rain cover for winter recommended. These plants are 130mm tall in 50mm pots, ready now for potting up.

…..Priced at $15.90







Phalaenopsis Ox Rainbow

Phalaenopsis Ox Rainbow

Unusual multicoloured moth orchid, approximately 70mm flowers. These plants are 140mm tall leaf span in 70mm pots.

…..Priced at $18.90 each









NETHERLANDS ELKPlatycerium veitchii Hybrid Netherlands Elk

(50cm**ABCD) Platycerium veitchii Hybrid is a hybrid developed in Holland. The Australian native Silver Elk is the only known parent. It has fronds that appear to be covered with a thick grey felt. The fertile fronds are mostly erect while the shield fronds display finger-like projections when grown in bright light. It can be mounted on a plaque or on a tree for a more natural growth pattern. Easy to grow in a protected garden in good light & morning sun…not heavy shade. Liquid fertilise often. Very drought & frost resistant. Do not overwater! Sent in 75mm pots.

…..Priced at $9.90 each (200 Parries)






CLIVIA LILYclivia miniata

(50cmABcD) Clivia miniata is a most spectacular clump forming perennial which will present you with large heads of bright orange-red flowers with yellow throats from spring to summer and sporadic flowering may occur through the year. The attractive foliage is thick, dark shiny green and straplike. These are slow growing plants and their roots don’t mind being compressed or rootbound in a container and can be brought inside. Native to South Africa the Clivia Lily will grow outdoors anywhere the ground does not freeze. They like a shady position and not too moist when its cool. Love growing under trees. Sent in 75mm pots.

…..Priced at $7.90 each or 3 for $19.90.








El MIRADORES GOLDAgave desmettiana El Miradores Gold

(1mABCD) *Agave desmettiana ‘El Miradores Gold’. Spectacular specimen succulent. Has lovely shiny recurved highly sculptured variegated foliage with golden edges. When it flowers it sends up a spectacular 3m spike with golden flowers. A native of Mexico it is very fast growing and hardy..almost indestructible. Great in a large pot or in the ground. Matures at 1mx1m at about 5 years. Protect from heavy frost, handles moist or dry conditions. Full sun or shade. Sent in 75mm pots. 1 Per Customer!

…..Priced at $9.90 each (250 Parries)








Scilla ovalifolia


(15cmFABCD) Scilla ovalifolia. Green and white flowers clustered in eyecatching terminal spikes will be yours in spring with this interesting plant from the Liliaceae Family. The leaves are very attractive light green with dark olive green spots and are about 10cm long when sun grown. Spotted Lily grows from an above ground bulb which will multiply and spread forming a very unusual tight groundcover. Takes frost.

…..Priced at $9.90 (180 Parries)








VARIEGATED SHELL GINGERAlpinia zerumbet foliage

(2m**AbcD) Alpinia zerumbet ‘Variegata’
Produces drooping sprays of attractive big white buds which open one at a time to reveal yellow lips with a pink or red throat! The attractive golden variegated clumping foliage is broad and gold striped green. Should grow in all frostfree areas but the coldest highlands. Shade or full sun.

…..Priced at $12.90 each (160 Parries)








Dendrobium Twisters

Dendrobium Twisters

Hard cane type, upright spikes of yellow/bronze flowers with twisty petals. Bright but indirect light position, prefers solid roof cover in the winter months. These plants are 180mm tall in 70/80mm pots.

…..Priced at $19.90 each.






Rlc. Nakornchaisri Delight

Rhyncholaeliocattleya Nakornchaisri Delight

Large flowered deep orange Cattleya. Shadehouse conditions, bright but indirect light position, allow to just dry out between watering. These plants are 120mm tall in 50mm pots.

…..Priced at $14.90 each







adiantum gracillimum


(60cmAbcD) Adiantam raddiantum ‘Gracillimum’
A shade loving fern with fine delicate lime green fronds. New fronds may appear pink. Grows great indoors in a container. Can be grown outdoors but only in a shaded position. Prefers warmth and moist soil. Filtered light. Avoid direct sunlight. In 100mm pot.

…..Priced at $12.90 each (250 Parries)





Dryopteris Crispa Whiteside


(45cmABCD) Dryopteris dilata ‘Crispa Whiteside’ is an elegant, spreading semi-evergreen fern, with graceful, deeply dissected triangular fronds, prettily crisped at the margins. Attractive in ground in shade. Keeping its leaves through most winters. Part shade. Sent in 100mm pots.

…..Priced at $12.90 (250 Parries)






Blechnum Silver lady

Blechnum ‘Silver Lady’

(1mAbcD) Is a selection of Blechnum brasiliense. A beautiful symmetry and a unique palm-like appearance of the light green silvery fronds. ‘Silver Lady’ is excellent in the ground or in pots.. Filtered light to morning sun. Sent in 100mm pot.

…..Priced at $12.90 each (250 Parries)



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Rare Amorphophallus Bulbs

…to order by phone only

Bulb Diameter is shown in mm.
Amorphophallus prainii
110mm $140
100mm $120
90mm $89
70mm $69

Amorphophallus palawanensis
40mm $49

Amorphophallus asterostigmatus
40mm $49

Amorphophallus henryii
50mm $59

Limited numbers strictly one per customer.





…Rare Ant Plants…


… 100mm Pots
(30cmAbcD) Myrmecodia & Hydnophytum are unusual epiphytes..a wonder of nature. It has small semi-succulent thickened leaves growing on a hardened ball (hypocotyl) which develops from its stem. Part of the swollen base with small chambers that provides housing for ants. This is also beneficial for the plant as the plant digests the ants leftovers. Can also be grown in pots rather than on trees.White flowers emerge from the small hollows in the ball and then you get white, red, pink or orange fruit.
We have 4 different Ant plants in 100mm pots. They are:

Hydnophytum simplexHydnophytum simplex ‘Aru Island’
Rare imported tropical epiphyte. Filtered sunlight. Avoid over watering. Coarse epiphytic potting mix.
……Priced at $69

Hydnophytum moselyanum 1Hydnophytum moseleyanum
Small white flowers emerge from the small hollows in the ball and then you get coloured fruit.
……Priced at $69

Hydnophytum ferrugineumHydnophytum ferrugineum
Rare Australian native epiphyte. Foliar feed in spring.
……Priced at $69

Hydnophytum formicarumHydnophytum formicarum
Filtered sunlight. Avoid over watering. Coarse epiphytic potting mix.
……Priced at $69

…One Species per Customer…
Phone orders only. Limited numbers.








(1mAbcD) Attractive mauve flowers in spring & summer. Great for tubs, borders, patios, accent foliage and as a garden specimen. Ideal small shrub for a sunny or partly shaded, well-drained position. Warm coastal climates.

….Priced at $7.90 (150 Parries) or 3 for $21





…Arching Foliage a…Apricot Flowers…


(1.5mFABCD) Russellia equisitiformis ‘Tangerine falls’. If you want an attractive small shrub with instant small apricot orange tubular flowers in large sprays this one is for you. Beautiful light green arching foliage with soft needle like leaves. All new growth cascades from the centre of the plant. Most climates except the coldest tablelands. Great in the garden or cascading over a bank or water feature etc. Full sun to light shade. These are sent in 75mm pots.

…..Priced at $7.90 (150 Parries) or 3 for $21







Odontocidium Pacific Sunrise ‘Hakalau’

Odontocidium Pacific Sunrise ‘Hakalau’

This is a easy to grow compact Odotocidium and flowers the Mini Oncidium type, plenty of two tone pink flowers. These plants are flowering size in 80mm pots.

…..Priced at $29 each









Phalaenopsis KV Beauty

Phalaenopsis K.V. Beauty

Vigorous moth orchid with deep orange flowers overlaid with fine red striping. Medium size flowers. Best grown indoors in a well lit but indirect light position. Keep moist. These plants are in 70mm pots and are 140mm tall.

…..Priced at $18.90






Dendrobium Airy Blue

Dendrobium Airy Blue

Hardcane Dendrobium with medium size cerise violet flowers on upright stems. Warm bright position best, with rain cover needed in the winter months. These plants are in 70mm pots and are 140mm tall.

…..Priced at $16.90






Eugenia zeyheri


(1mRfABcD) is an attractive dense little rainforest plant with tiny glossy dark green and bronze tipped leaves. Small white flowers are followed by black fruit. This is a native of South Africa where it is rare in its native habitat. Wonderful as a garden or rockery feature, as a hedge or in a tub. Indoors for short stints. Sent in 75mm diameter pots.

…..Priced at $12.90 each (200 Parries)










(20cmFABCD) Aloe zanzibarica squarrosa
Unusal pyramid arrangement with this little soft ornamental cactus. Thick leaves have white specks and attractive soft teeth. Red/orange flowers on top. Requires good drainage & water sparingly. Grow it in full sun to part shade. Sent in 75mm pots.

…..Priced at $6.90 each (150 Parries)








Rlc Auchung Ruby

Rlc. Auchung Ruby ‘Red Ribbons’

Large flowered brick red, shadehouse conditions, suitable for shadecloth or dappled light conditions. These plants are 130mm tall in 50mm pots.

…..Priced at $14.90








…Big Clusters of Deep Pink Velvety Flowers…Brachychiton discolor


(15mRfABCD) Brachychiton discolor. Spectacular clusters deep pink velvety flowers (darker centres) in early summer when this tree is briefly leafless. Its thick trunk has greenish bark and supports a dense canopy of large maple like leaves, dark above and silvery below. Native to rainforest from The Hunter NSW to Nth QLD. Drought resistant and will grow in cooler area. Full sun. Sent in long 100m pots.

…..Priced at $12.90 each (200 Parries) or 3 for $33








…Unusual Cactus…Huge Delicious Fruit…

PINK DRAGONFRUIT CUTTINGSHylocereus undatus pink fruit

(4.5mAbcD) Hylocereus undatus. Also known as Pitaya & Strawberry Pear. Hylocereus undatus is a weird climbing cactus with large delicious edible pink fruit (1kg) with pink flesh. Its huge white fragrant flowers are 30cm across in late spring and summer. They appear only during the night! The huge fruit are juicy and absolutely delicious. They are grown commercially for fruit in Vietnam and South America. This cactus will climb up a wall or a tree and quickly develops multiple trunks. Vivid green three cornered stems. Will grow in desert but easy to grow elsewhere. Needs winter protection in cooler areas. Full sun or bright light. These cuttings are 15cm long.

…..Priced at $5.90 each. Sent Loose.




Onc. Sweet Sugar ‘Lemon Drop’Onc. Sweet Sugar ‘Lemon Drop'

Tall, branching spikes of medium size pure lemon flowers on this easy to grow Dancing Lady Orchid. These orchids are 120mm tall in 70mm pots.

…..Priced at $16.90






Rlc. Nardia Song x Rlc. Tainan City

Very large (approx. 150mm in size) flowers on this brick red exhibition Cattleya hybrid. Nice round shape expected, photo shows both parents. 50mm pots.

….Priced at $14.90






Epidendrum Star Valley ‘Karragabi’

Epidendrum Star Valley ‘Kagaribi’

Medium size deep orange red clusters on this crucifix. Bright but indirect light conditions needed. These orchids are 140 tall in 70mm pots.

….. Priced at $16.90 each






Rlc Pastoral 'Ava Marie'

Rlc. Pastoral ‘Ava Marie’

Large flowered exhibition white Cattleya with lemon in the lip. These plants are 120mm tall in 50mm pots.

…..Priced at $14.90







Epiphyllum Red


(60cmEAbcD) Epiphyllum Hybrid ‘Red’. Big impressive red flowers with broadish petals. Can grow in a pot or clinging on to a host as it is an epiphyte from the forests of South America. You could let it cling to a totem or the like. Takes cool and hot conditions. Growth is flat and long with spineless green branches. Epiphyllums are easy to grow in large hanging baskets or supported in a large pot with stakes or trellis. Easy to grow and maintain. Best in full sun….light shade OK.

…..Priced at $14.90 each (190 Parries)







RLC ChunyeahTW

Rlc. Chunyeah ‘Tzeng Wen’

Large golden yellow Cattleya with a red lip. Shadehouse conditions. These plants are 120mm tall. Sent in 50mm pots.

…..Priced at $14.90










RED BOTTLEBRUSHCallistemon citrinus 'Endeavour'

(3m**FmABCD) Callistemon ‘Red’ is an attractive hardy shrub that will most definitely catch anyone’s attention with it’s bright red flowers in spring to summer. Easy to grow and requires low maintenance. Ornamental all year long. Native to Australia. Stiff grey green foliage and furrowed bark on the trunk. Once established, it is drought and light frost tolerant. Full sun to part shade. Attracts birds and will take any future climate. Sent in 70mm pots.

…..Priced at $3.90 each (150 Parries)






Dendrobium Love Pink StripeDendrobium Love Pink Stripe

Hardcane type, compact grower, long sprays of striped pink flowers. Prefers bright warm conditions, cool tolerant, but does need rain protection in the Winter months. Near flowering in 70mm pots.

…..Priced at $23





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WA & NT & Tasmanian Customers see Below

Roughly every 4-6 weeks so we can put all orders together & complete the WA & NT & Tas Quarantine Protocols in one batch & minimise the cost to you.

Next Western Australia & Northern Territory orders go
Tuesday 15th December, We need your order by 4.00 PM Tuesday 8th December, QLD time.

Tasmania Sending Date
Friday 11th December, We need your order by 4.00 PM Friday 4th December, QLD time before this date as we go through an intricate Quarantine Inspection process 7.00am Thursday & need to do this in one batch to make the process feasable.
The Quarantine Protocol cost of $10 is included in your freight charge.

Mrytle Rust Alert now affects some plants into the NT & SA, Tas as well as WA…..which means we cannot sent plants from Family Myrtacea to these states. Restrictions will soon be lifted in Victoria as Myrtle Rust has been found in 60 locations. In reality it has probably been around Australia the last 100 years but it needs a very wet year to be noticeable.

…WA & SA, Tas & NT Customers….

There is an very old alert for Myrtle Rust still standing in WA & NT the following potential host genus are not allowed entry for probably an extended period:
Austromyrtus, Callistemon, Eugenia, Feijoa, Kunzea, Leptospermum, Melaleuca, Myrciaria, Psidium, Syzygium, Xanthostemon, Rhodomyrtus.
These are the plants that may appear in our catalogue & is not the complete list. The complete list includes all the Family Myrtaceae. It was hoped this would be a short term measure…..but the authorities are in no rush to take action that would lead to lift the restriction.

There are other plants that are not permitted into WA for various reasons. We get all our plants approved by the State Dept of Agricultures when sending.

Here are a few more for your information.

Euphorbia species, Citrus species, Microcitrus species, Hibiscus species, Azalea species, Feijoa species, Vaccinium species Blueberry, Rhododendron, Vireya.Save