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Backhousia citriodora

Backhousia citriodora (common names lemon myrtle, lemon scented myrtle, lemon ironwood) is a flowering plant in the family Myrtaceae,
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Banksia marginata

Banksia marginata, commonly known as the silver banksia, is a highly variable species, usually ranging from a small shrub around a met
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Banksia spinulosa

Banksia spinulosa, common name, hairpin banksia, is a multi-stemmed lignotuberous shrub 1–3 metres tall and 1–2 metres across. I
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Bedfordia arborescens

Bedfordia arborescens, common name blanket leaf, is a shrub or small tree of south eastern Australia which grows 3 to 6 metres in heig
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Betula Pendula 'Moss White'

Betula Pendula 'Moss White' is a very hardy quick growing tree to 10 metres, small green leaves turning yellow in Autumn. The bark tur
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Betula utilis var. 'jacquemontii'

Betula utilis var. 'jacquemontii' or Himalayan birch is a large shrub or small tree reaching up to 20 m tall. Leaves are ovate, 5 to
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Billardiera mutabilis

Billardiera mutabilis, common name common apple berry, is a creeping climber with reddish-brown stems and dull green leaves to 8 cm lo
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Brachychiton acerifolius

Brachychiton acerifolius; common name Illawarra flame tree, lacebark tree, or (along with other members of the genus) kurrajong, is a
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Brachychiton discolor

Brachychiton discolor, common names include pink lacebark, lacebark tree, lace kurrajong, pink kurrajong, scrub bottle tree or white k
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Buckinghamia celsissima

Buckinghamia celsissima, commonly known as the ivory curl, is endemic to the wet tropicical rainforests areas of northeastern Queensla
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Bursaria spinosa

Bursaria spinosa, common names Blackthorn or sweet bursaria, is a medium to large shrub or small tree, growing to 5–10 metres high.
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Callistemon 'Hannah's Child'

Callistemon 'Hannah's Child' is believed to be a hybrid between Callistemon 'Hannah Ray' and Callistemon 'Kings Park Special'.Shrub 1.
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Callistemon ‘Candy Pink’

'Candy Pink' is a medium sized bottle brush. Planted in the South Gippsland Landcare 'Million trees for South Gippsland' project launc
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Callistemon ‘Pink Champagne’

Callistemon ‘Pink Champagne’ develops into a dense, upright shrub that will reach a maximum height of three metres with a spread
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Callistemon ‘Reeves Pink’

Callistemon citrinus 'Reeves Pink ' is a dense evergreen shrub with an upright and slightly spreading habit. It has broad stiff, green
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Callistemon citrinus ‘Mauve Mist’

Callistemon citrinus ‘Mauve Mist’ is a dense shrub growing to about 3m high and and 3 meters in width. Mauve bright pink flo
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Callistemon forresterae ‘Genoa Glory’

Callistemon forresterae ‘Genoa Glory’ is a small tree or tall shrub, open and variable in habit, with strongly coloured red bott
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Callistemon salignus

Callistemon salignus is usually a small tree to about 7-8 metres high with soft, pendulous foliage and papery bark. A feature of the p
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Callistemon sp

This callistemon may be the variety 'Injune'. 58.00 Location D11 Latitude; -38.402533000000 Longitude; 146.056105000000
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Callistemon subulatus x citrinus​ 'Cherry Time'​

Callistemon subulatus x citrinus 'Cherry Time', common name, Bottle brush. Cherry Time is a medium sized weeping shrub with fine gloss
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Callistemon viminalis ‘Captain Cook’

Callistemon viminalis ‘Captain Cook’ is a medium, bushy shrub with long, narrow leaves that start pink and become darker green. Th
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