Ivory Curl Tree
This Australian native plant is now widely used as a street tree in Brisbane. That it thrives in the hostile environment of road verges demonstrates its toughness.
Buckinghamia celsissima in the Landscape
These photographs are provided to help you recognise ivory curl trees and give you an idea of their potential size and shape in case you wish to plant one. Click for larger images.
Warning: collection, destruction, propagation, movement, sale or purchase of any Australian native plant (including seeds or spores) may be subject to laws and regulations. Be sure to check with appropriate authorities before engaging in these activities, even on private property. Other laws may also apply to the treatment and movement of plant or soil material (for example, to control the spread of weeds, pests and diseases.)