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Latest seed wishlist - December 2011

This is a different way of asking for seed for the nursery.

The species listed below are those for which the Nursery believes it has adequate seed for the coming year. We will still process and store this seed if it's given to us. We'd prefer you to use your energy collecting seed from other local species - you might like to use the Plants to Plant section of the SOWN website as a list of desirable species.

  • Acacia disparrima Hickory wattle
  • Acacia falcata Sickle-leaf Wattle
  • Acacia fimbriata Brisbane Wattle
  • Acacia leiocalyx Red-stemmed Black Wattle
  • Acacia melanoxylon Blackwood
  • Acacia penninervis Mountain Hickory
  • Alpinia caerulea Native Ginger
  • Bursaria spinosa Prickly Pine, Blackthorn
  • Casuarina cunninghamiana River oak
  • Chloris divaricata Slender Windmill Grass
  • Commersonia bartramia Brown Kurrajong
  • Cymbopogon refractus Barb Wire Grass
  • Dianella spp. see note
  • Dodonaea triangularis Triangle-leaf Hop Bush
  • Dodonaea triquetra Forest Hop Bush
  • Elaeodendron australe Red Olive Plum
  • Eustrephus latifolius Wombat Berry
  • Ficus coronata Creek Sandpaper Fig
  • Gahnia aspera Sawsedge
  • Geitonoplesium cymosum Scrambling Lily
  • Glochidion ferdinandi Cheese Tree
  • Hardenbergia violacea Native Sarsaparilla, False Sarsaparilla
  • Hovea acutifolia Pointed Leaved Hovea
  • Hymenosporum flavum Native Frangipani
  • Indigofera australis Australian Indigo
  • Lomandra hystrix see note
  • Lomandra longifolia see note
  • Lophostemon confertus Brush Box
  • Petalostigma triloculare Cracker Bush
  • Senna acclinis Native Cassia
  • Solanum aviculare Kangaroo Apple
  • Tabernaemontana pandacaqui Banana bush
  • Trema tomentosa Native Peach
  • Wikstroemia indica Wikstroemia, Tiebush

Note on Dianella and Lomandra

We have sufficient Lomandra longifolia and have collectors for large quantities of L. hystrix. We need someone to collect one or more of the other local Lomandra spp.- confertifolia, L. laxa and L. multiflora. To our knowledge, those species have never been propagated by SOWN Nursery. Any volunteers?

We need all species of Dianella, but only if they are identified to the species level, for example D. brevipedunculata, D. caerulea. We really need someone to collect one or both of D. longifolia and D. revoluta. Once again, any volunteers?