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We stock a large range of ornamental and fruit tree species in 45L, 100L and 200L Gro Bags, ready for transport direct to your site.
A wide variety of  Native and Ornamental Landscape Plants are also available in 140mm, 200mm, and 305mm pots.


Australia is blessed with a huge variety of native plants,  many of which are very adaptable and easy to grow in most gardens.

We stock some of the more popular species for use in the landscape.


Evergreens are trees that have foliage year round. The term “evergreen” means that trees will keep growing leaves as other leaves fall off. There are many different types of evergreens from tiny dwarf shrubs to massive trees.


Growing fruit trees is one of the most rewarding pursuits in horticulture. To grow a tree that provides delicious and nutritious food year after year is a fulfilling experience.

We stock a vast range of fruiting trees including citrus, stone fruit, pome fruit, olives, nut trees, and avocados,

All fruit trees need full sun, good drainage and room to grow. Citrus, peach, nectarine and apricot trees are self-fertile, which means they fruit even if growing on their own, but apple, pear, cherry and plum trees need a cross-pollinator to fruit

Deciduous trees can be one of the most impressive sights in nature.

Grown for their shade, foliage, colour, flowers, fruit, form, structure and fire retardance. they can be planted out from a container at virtually any time of the year, and at virtually any size.

Whatever your requirements we have an impressive range of deciduous ornamental trees available for selection.

Fire Retardant

Fire retardant trees act as a shield against the immense radiant heat generated by an approaching fire.

The stored moisture in the leaves suppresses the fires energy, absorbing much of the heat without burning like flammable plants do.

Fire retardant trees can trap embers and sparks and reduce the wind speed of an approaching fire.

These trees are living firebreaks and should be an integral part of a fireplan to protect your property.

For more information and compelling case studies please refer to

~ The Small Tree Farm Ballingup. 

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