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Brachychiton rupestris

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Brachychiton rupestris is commonly known as the "Queensland Bottle Tree". An unusual plant that has a distinctive bottle shaped trunk that becomes more pronounced as the tree ages. Large woody seed pods follow the small flowers. A semi-deciduous hardy tree that flowers in late Spring. 

Quick Facts

  • Full Sun
  • Protect when young
  • Mulch well
  • Tolerates Dry conditions
  • Spectacular specimen tree
  • 8-12m high (in cultivation)
  • 4-6m wide (in cultivation)
  • Well drained soils
  • Australian Native Plant

How far apart should I space my plants ?

These are specimen trees and are best to stand alone. 

Our plants are beautifully grown, mature tube stock with well developed roots. They are guaranteed sun-hardened, can be planted directly into the ground and are excellent performers for your garden.

We carefully package your plants into a customised box to ensure safe transport, healthy plants and delivery to your door.

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    Our growing philosophy isn't rocket science. We simply hold our plants back longer, which means the root systems can establish. That means a better plant for you that's ground ready, achieving faster grow times.

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