MEMBERS: time to plant!

The MCCG nursery started from humble beginnings in 1999 under our first co-ordinator Michael Reif. It is now a substantial operation, giving away between 12,000 and 15,000 plants to members every year.

Plants are free of charge to members of the Moggill Creek and Pullen Pullen Catchments Groups, with the exception of the endangered Birdwing Butterfly Vine (Pararistolochia praevenosa).  We have good stocks of advanced plants available for $8.

Please phone Bryan Hacker on 3374 1468 or via email at [email protected]  if you would like some free plants from our Nursery.

We currently have variable numbers of the following species in stock:


Grasses and other herbaceous plants:

Alpinia caerulea

native ginger

Calotis cuneifolia

burr daisy

Chloris ventricose

tall chloris

Cymbopogon refractus

barbed wire grass

Centratherum riparium

pink button daisy

Lomandra hystrix

a mat rush

Lomandra longifolia

a mat rush

Poa labillardieri

tussock grass

Vines:

Eustrepus latifolius

wombat berry

Geitonoplesium cymosum

scrambling lily

Hardenbergia violacea

native sarsaparilla

Shrubs:

Acacia podalyriifolia

silver wattle

Acacia leiocalyx

black wattle

Callicarpa pedunculata

velvet leaf

Dodonaea viscose

sticky hop bush

D. viscosa ssp. Cuneata

wedge-leaved hop bush

Senna barclayana

pepper-leaved senna

Senna sophera

pepper-leaved senna

Seringia  arborescens

tall seringia

Psychotria loniceroides

hairy psychotria

Trema tomentose

poison peach    

Wikstroemia indica

bushman’s bootlaces

Trees:

Allocasuarina littoralis

black she-oak

Allocasuarina torulosa

forest oak

Aphananthe philippinensis

rough-leaved elm

Araucaria cunninghamiana

hoop pine

Castanospermum austral

black bean

Citrus australasica

finger lime

Corymbia henryi x C. Citriodora

a spotted gum

Cupaniopsis parvifolia

small-leaved tuckeroo

Eucalyptus curtisii

Plunkett mallee

E. tereticornis

forest red gum

Ficus macrophylla

Moreton Bay fig

F. opposita

a sandpaper fig

F. Rubuginosa

rock fig

F. superba (F. henniana)

deciduous fig

F. Watkinsiana

strangler fig

Flindersia australis

Crow’s ash

Flindersia xanthoxyla

yellow wood

Melaleuca salicina

willow bottlebrush

Neolitsea dealbata

white bolly gum

Podocarpus elatus

brown pine

Syzygium smithii

lilly pilly