Logan River Tree Farm

Growers of quality advanced trees and shrubs

Native Trees of all sizes

Our Plant Description Key will decode these column headings.

IDBotanical NameCommon NameMature SizeBCHLSW
22Agathis robusta
Queensland Kauri Pine45m x 8m    
23Backhousia citriodora
Lemon Scented Myrtle5m x 4m   
24Brachychiton acerifolius
Illawarra Flame Tree12m x 4m     
25Brachychiton rupestris
Queensland Bottle Tree20m x 5m    
26Buckinghamia celsissima
Ivory-curl Tree8m x 3m    
27Cupaniopsis anacardioides
Tuckeroo10m x 4m   
28Elaeocarpus eumundii
Eumundi Quondong8m x 3m     
29Elaeocarpus reticulatus
Blueberry Ash8m x 2.5m     
30Eucalyptus cv. Summer Red PBR
Red Flowering Gum5m x 2.5m   
31Ficus macrophylla
Moreton Bay Fig30m x 20m  
32Ficus microcarpa Hillii
Hills Fig15m x 10m 
33Flindersia australis
Crows Ash18m x 5m   
34Grevillea baileyana
White Oak10m x 4m   
35Grevillea cv. Honey Gem
Orange Grevillia5m x 3m   
36Grevillea cv. Moonlight
White Grevillea5m x 3m   
37Harpullia pendula
Tulipwood8m x 4m    
38Hibiscus tiliaceus Rubra
Bronze Cottonwood6m x 6m   
39Lophostemon confertus
Brush Box15m x 8m    
40Melaleuca leucadendra Broad Leaf
Broad Leaf Paperbark12m x 5m  
41Melaleuca leucadendra Fine Leaf
Fine Leaf Paperbark10m x 5m  
42Melaleuca quinquenervia
Paper Bark10m x 4m  
43Melaleuca (Callistemon) cv. Taree Pink
Pink Bottlebrush3m x 2m  
44Melaleuca viridiflora
Vivid Flower Paperbark10m x 4m  
45Melicope elleryana
Pink Euodia10m x 3m     
46Randia fitzalanii
Native Gardenia8m x 3m    
47Xanthostemon chrysanthus
Golden Penda10m x 4m   

Agathis robusta

Queensland Kauri Pine

Native with very invasive root system. Grows to 45 metres high x 8 metres wide. A native to coastal Queensland. Has thick deep green leaves and vigorous growth. Produces globular cones of around tennis ball size.
Plant I.D. No. 22

Backhousia citriodora

Lemon Scented Myrtle

Native with non-invasive roots. Grows to 5 metres high x 4 metres wide. Deep green foliage with silver undersides. Has creamy, white fluffy clusters of flowers. Is great in domestic gardens as it is both fragrant and bushy to the ground. Leaves are an excellent source of lemon for perfume or cooking.
Plant I.D. No. 23

Brachychiton acerifolius

Illawarra Flame Tree

Native with non-invasive roots. Grows to 12 metres high x 4 metres wide. Erect stout tree with light glossy green large leaves. Brilliant scarlet flowers. Red bell shaped fruit, followed by large boat shaped pods. Specimen planting for avenues.
Plant I.D. No. 24

Brachychiton rupestris

Queensland Bottle Tree

Native with non-invasive roots. Grows to 20 metres high x 5 metres wide. A small-headed tree with unique bottle-shaped trunk that reaches enormous girth. A good shade tree. Tolerant of hot, dry conditions. A slow grower.
Plant I.D. No. 25

Buckinghamia celsissima

Ivory-curl tree

Native with non-invasive roots. Grows to 8 metres high x 3 metres wide. A beautiful dense evergreen tall shrub/small tree, that becomes completely covered with cream-colored pendant flower spikes. Very glossy dark green leaves. Hardy, fast growing with dense, compact, round-headed form.
Plant I.D. No. 26

Cupaniopsis anacardioides

Tuckeroo

Native with non-invasive roots. Grows to 10 metres high x 4 metres wide. Fast growing shade tree. Very hardy with non-invasive roots and grows well in all soil conditions. Greyish white and inconspicuous flowers followed by orange berries. Good streetscape or specimen tree which is very hardy and pollution tolerant.
Plant I.D. No. 27

Elaeocarpus eumundii

Eumundi Quondong

Native with non-invasive roots. Grows to 8 metres high x 3 metres wide. Attractive, erect tall stately shrub. Has glossy green and dark brown leaves througout the year. Is ideal as a screen. Birds love the fruit.
Plant I.D. No. 28

Elaeocarpus reticulatus

Blueberry Ash

Native with non-invasive roots. Grows to 8 metres high x 2.5 metres wide. Evergreen small tree with attractive bronze green foliage when young and deep green when older. Flowers delicately fringed pink in summer, followed by dark blue fruits that birds love.
Plant I.D. No. 29

Eucalyptus cv. Summer Red PBR

Red Flowering Gum

Native with non-invasive roots. Grows to 5 metres high x 2.5 metres wide. Grafted for large flowers and smaller habit. Form of eucalyptus ficifolia. Spectacular large clusters of pink flowers. Ideal as a specimen plant.
Plant I.D. No. 30

Ficus macrophylla

Moreton Bay Fig

Native with a very invasive root system. Grows to 30 metres high x 20 metres wide. Large spreading parkland shade tree producing abundant berries sought after by birds. Ideal for shade, with glossy large leaves and rusty-brown underside. A suitable coastal tree tolerating salt laden winds and dry, sandy soil Very aggressive root system.
Plant I.D. No. 31

Ficus microcarpa Hillii

Hills Fig

Native with very invasive roots. Grows to 15 metres high x 10 metres wide. Evergreen, erect and stout tree with glossy green leaves. Has greenish figs after insignificant flowers. Has very invasive roots. Ideal for a specimen or avenue tree and very hardy.
Plant I.D. No. 32

Flindersia australis

Crows Ash

Native with non-invasive roots. Grows to 18 metres high x 5 metres wide. Large ideal shade tree. Foliage is dark green in a dense round crown. Best shade and avenue tree in Qld. Bears white flowers.
Plant I.D. No. 33

Grevillea baileyana

White Oak

Native with invasive roots. Grows to 10 metres high x 4 metres wide Evergreen, erect tree with mottled grey and white bark Leaves are dark green with a distinctive copper colored underside. Has showy long and white scented flower spikes. Ideal as a specimen or wind break tree. Attracts birds.
Plant I.D. No. 34

Grevillea cv. Honey Gem

Orange Grevillea

Native with non-invasive roots. Grows to 5 metres high x 3 metres wide. Dense shrub flowering all year round. Apricot/Golden flowers are laden with honey and highly attractive to birds. Can be pruned after main flowering in spring.
Plant I.D. No. 35

Grevillea cv. Moonlight

White Grevillea

Native with non-invasive roots. Grows to 5 metres high x 3 metres wide. Evergreen tall shrub flowering all year round. Large cream and yellow flowers highly attractive. Can be pruned after main flowering in spring.
Plant I.D. No. 36

Harpullia pendula

Tulipwood

Native with non-invasive roots. Grows to 8 metres high x 4 metres wide. Evergreen, medium to tall tree, large divided leaves, small yellow flowers. Yellow or red two-lobed showy fruits. Ideal for coastal plantings.
Plant I.D. No. 37

Hibiscus tiliaceus Rubra

Bronze Cottonwood

Native with non-invasive roots. Grows 6 metres high x 6 m wide. Fast growing with attractive yellow flowers and bronze new growth. Excellent for screening or feature tree and can be pruned if required. Ideal for planting in coastal areas.
Plant I.D. No. 38

Lophostemon confertus

Brush Box

Native with non-invasive roots. Grows to 15 metres high x 8 metres wide. Evergreen, erect reddish trunk. Simple leathery leaves grouped in pseudo whorls. White cream colored flowers. A good specimen or streetscape tree that is hardy and has an attractive trunk.
Plant I.D. No. 39

Melaleuca leucadendra Broad Leaf

Broad Leaf Paperbark

Native with non-invasive roots. Grows to 12 metres high x 5 metres wide. Evergreen tree with papery thick and pale spongy bark. Dull green and pendulous leaves, with white to creamy spikes of flowers. Ideal for moist areas. Has a soft weeping habit and has bird attracting flowers.
Plant I.D. No. 40

Melaleuca leucadendra Fine Leaf

Fine Leaf Paperbark

Native with non-invasive roots. Grows to 10 metres high x 5 metres wide. Evergreen tree with papery thick and pale spongy bark. Dull green and pendulous leaves. White to creamy spikes of flowers. Ideal for moist areas. Has a soft weeping habit and has bird attracting flowers.
Plant I.D. No. 41

Melaleuca quinquenervia

Paper Bark

Native with non-invasive roots. Grows to 10 metres high x 4 metres wide. Evergreen with very thick and papery bark. Dull green, stiff and flat leaves. White spikes of flowers which is South East Queensland's best honey producer. Ideal for moist areas.
Plant I.D. No. 42

Melaleuca (Callistemon) cv. Taree Pink

Pink Bottlebrush

Native with non-invasive roots. Grows to 3 metres high x 2 metres wide. Hardy evergreen upright bushy shrub with masses of soft pink bottlebrushes in spring and summer. Suitable for most soils and usually frost resistant. Prune regularly to guarantee flowering to perfection.
Plant I.D. No. 43

Melaleuca viridiflora

Vivid Flower Paperbark

Native with non-invasive roots. Grows to 10 metres high x 4 metres wide. Evergreen paperbark with weeping foliage. Bears pale lemon through to pink flowers in winter. Ideal coastal, wallum flats or moist areas. Dull green and pendulous leaves. Has a soft weeping habit and has bird-attracting flowers.
Plant I.D. No. 44

Melicope elleryana

Pink Euodia

Native with spreading surface roots. Grows to 10 metres high x 3 metres wide. Evergreen, fast growing summer flowering shade tree. Pink Flowering and attracts the blue mountain butterfly and a variety of birds.
Plant I.D. No. 45

Randia Fitzalanii

Native Gardenia

Native with non-invasive roots. Grows to 8 metres high x 3 metres wide. Evergreen rainforest tree with large glossy leaves and fragrant white flowers in spring. Ideal for small shade tree to tub specimen.
Plant I.D. No. 46

Xanthostemon chrysanthus

Golden Penda

Native with non-invasive roots. Grows to 10 metres high x 4 metres wide. A dense, spreading crown of dark green glossy foliage Has contrasting red new growth. Showy, dense clusters of golden-yellow fluffy flowers. Ideal as a specimen or feature tree/shrub, and larger screen.
Plant I.D. No. 47

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