Australian Natives

Australian Natives

Peninsula Advanced Trees grow a variety of Australian Native trees suitable for planting along Eastern Australia. Indigenous Trees of Mornington Peninsula are also grown. The majority of Australian Natives are grown in Anti-spiral pots that promote a fibrous root system.


Varieties include:

  • Acacia spp.
  • Agonis spp.
  • Allocasuarina spp.
  • Angophora spp.
  • Banksia spp.
  • Brachychiton.
  • Callistemon spp.
  • Corymbia spp.
  • Elaeocarpus reticulatus
  • Hakea spp.
  • Hymenosporum flavum
  • Leptospernum spp.
  • Lophostemon confertus
  • Melaleuca spp.
  • Melia azedarach
  • Syzygium spp.
  • Tristaniopsis spp.
  • Waterhousea floribunda

Below are three of our favourite selections within the Australian Natives range:

Agonis flexuosa ‘Burgundy’ – BURGUNDY WILLOW MYRTLE

This variety of Agonis has become a popular landscape choice in recent times. It makes an ideal feature or can be planted as a screen offering a soft weeping habit. The burgundy tips make it compatible with most modern plantings and looks fantastic when used around timber and/or stone.

Best planted in a full sun position that is well drained.

  • Height – 5m
  • Width – 3m
Agonis flexuosa ‘Burgundy’ – BURGUNDY WILLOW MYRTLE

Corymbia ficifolia ‘Wildfire’ – GRAFTED RED FLOWERING GUM

A spectacular grafted flowering gum variety that flowers throughout the Summer. Bird attracting and an ideal landscape feature. Best planted in a full sun position that is well drained.

  • Height – 6m
  • Width – 4m
Corymbia ficifolia ‘Wildfire’ – GRAFTED RED FLOWERING GUM

Eucalyptus leucoxylon ‘Rosea’ – RED FLOWERING YELLOW GUM

A spectacular tree in flower from late Autumn to early Spring. Commonly planted throughout Melbourne gardens, streetscapes and parks. A beautiful tree that offers so much.

  • Height – 10-15m
  • Width – 7m
Eucalyptus leucoxylon ‘Rosea’ – RED FLOWERING YELLOW GUM