Grevillea robusta Common name – Silky Oak Description: The largest of the Grevillea genus. Silky Oak can grow to 40 metres but is often much smaller in cultivation. Grows naturally … Continue reading Highlighting our Native Flora #6
The Austinville Valley is one of the last relatively intact stands of critically endangered lowland subtropical rainforest on the Gold Coast. It is home to at least 20 rare plants … Continue reading Gold Coast BioBlitz 2019
Melaleuca viminalis – syn Callistemon viminalis Common Name: Red Bottlebrush/ Weeping Bottlebrush Description: Typically a small tree under 10m with weeping foliage and striking red ‘bottlebrush’ flowers. Bark is dark/grey … Continue reading Highlighting our Native Plants #5
Floating Plants for Cleaner Water Back in October 2018 we reported on our involvement with Reed Bed Technology https://regenaustralia.com.au/2018/10/23/another-day-at-the-office-4/ In June 2019 Regen Australia designed and installed a new Floating … Continue reading Another Day at the Office #19
Allocasuarina littoralis Common Name: Black She-Oak Description: Upright tree from 5-15 metres depending on soil type, rainfall and protection from salt winds. Male trees take on a reddish/brown colour when … Continue reading Highlighting our Native Plants #4
Our availability list for August is up to date! For inquiries please contact our Nursery:Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 0414 519 572 We have our monthly specials listed below. Order quickly as these … Continue reading August Stocklist
Cleaning Up our Waterways At Regen Australia we love nothing better than cleaning up an ecological nightmare and leaving a site in great condition ready for our native plants and … Continue reading Another Day at the Office #18.
Pultenaea villosa Flowering: Winter and Spring Common Name: Hairy Bush Pea or Eggs and Bacon plant. Distribution and Occurrence: An understory plant of dry and usually fairly open forests from … Continue reading Highlighting our Native Plants #3