Species List

Please Note: The below table is a list of indicative species we grow. This is not an availability list. For stock enquiries and availability please feel free to call or email the staff at Mt William Advanced Tree Nursery.
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Botanical Name ({ - Denotes Native)

Acacia dealbata  {

Acacia implexa  {

Acacia mearnsii {

Acacia melanoxylon {  

Acacia pendula {

Acer x freemanii ‘Jeffersred’ Autumn Blaze ®

Acer buergerianum

Acer campestre ‘Elsrijk’

Acer campestre ‘Evelyn’

Acer monspessulanum

Acer negundo ‘Sensation’

Acer palmatum

Acer palmatum Dissectum ‘Seiryu’

Acer palmatum ‘Sango Kaku’ syn. Senkaki

Acer platanoides ‘Crimson Sentry’

Acer rubrum ‘October Glory’

Acer trun. x A. plat. ‘Taggerty Sunset’

Acer trun. x A. plat. ‘Warrenred’ Pacific Sunset

Aesculus hippocastanum

Aesculus indica

Agathis anugustifolia

Agathis robusta

Agonis flexuosa {

Allocasuarina littoralis  {

Allocasuarina torulosa {

Allocasuarina verticillata {

 Angophora costata {

Angophora hispida {

Araucaria angustifolia

Araucaria araucana

Araucaria bidwilli

Banksia integrifolia {

Banksia marginata {

Betula pendula ‘youngii’

Betula pendula ‘Moss White’

Brachychiton ‘Bella Donna’ {

Brachychiton ‘Griffith Pink’ {

Brachychiton ‘Jerilderie Red’ {

 Brachychiton populneus {

Brachychiton rupestris {

Callistemon ‘Kings Park Special’ {

Callistemon salignus {

                                 Casurina cunninghamiana {          

 Carpinus betulus ‘Fastigiata’

Cedrus atlantica

Cedrus deodara

Cercis canadensis Forest Pansy

Celtis australis

Corymbia eximia {

Corymbia citriodora {

Corymbia eximia nana {

Corymbia ficifolia {

Corymbia maculata {

Cupressus sempervirens ‘Glauca’ {

Elaeocarpus reticulatus ‘Prima Donna’™ {

Eucalyptus camaldulensis {

Eucalyptus cladocaylx nana {

Eucalyptus dives {

Eucalyptus leucoxylon {

Eucalyptus leucoxylon connata {

Eucalyptus leucoxylon ‘Eucky Dwarf’ {

Eucalyptus leucoxylon megalocarpa {

Eucalyptus mannifera {

Eucalyptus mannifera ‘Little Spotty’ {

Eucalyptus mannifera ssp. maculosa {

Eucalyptus melliodora {

Eucalyptus microcarpa {

Eucalyptus occidentalis {

Eucalyptus ovata {

Eucalyptus pauciflora {

Eucalyptus pauciflora ‘Little Snowman’ {

Eucalyptus polyanthemos {

Eucalyptus pulchella {

Eucalyptus rossii {

Eucalyptus rubida {

Eucalyptus salmonophloia {

Eucalyptus salubris {

Eucalyptus scoparia {

Eucalyptus sideroxylon rosea {

Eucalyptus torquata {

Eucalyptus tricarpa {

Eucalyptus viminalis {

Eucaluptus wandoo {

Fagus sylvatica

Fagus sylvatica 'Purpurea'

Fraxinus angustifolia ‘Raywood’

Fraxinus excelsior aurea

Fraxinus griffithii

Fraxinus ornus

Fraxinus oxycarpa ‘Raywood’

Fraxinus pennsylvanica ‘Cimmzam’ Cimmaron™

Fraxinus pennsylvanica ‘Urbdell’ Urbanite™

Geijera parviflora - Wilga {

Ginkgo biloba (Male)

Ginkgo biloba Saratoga

Ginkgo biloba Princeton Sentry

Gleditsia tricanthos ‘Elegantissima’

Gleditsia triacanthos ‘Shademaster’

Gleditsia triacanthos ‘Sunburst’

Hakea laurina {

Hymenosporum flavum {

Koelreuteria paniculata

Lagerstroemia indica x L. fauriei  ‘Biloxi’

Lagerstroemia indica x L. fauriei  ‘Lipan’

Lagerstroemia indica x L. fauriei  ‘Natchez’

Lagerstroemia indica x L. fauriei  ‘Sioux’

Lagerstroemia indica x L. fauriei  ‘Tuscarora’

Lagerstroemia indica x L. fauriei  ‘Zuni’

Laurus nobilis

Liquidamber styraciflua Worplesdon

Lophostemon confertus {

Lagerstroemia indica x L. fauriei  ‘Tuscarora’

Magnolia grandiflora cultivars

Malus ioensis plena

Malus tschonoski

Melia azederach {

Melia azederach 'Elite' PBR {

Melia ‘Lilac Lady’ {

Morus alba pendula

Nyssa sylvatica

Nyssa sylvatica Forum

Olea europea ‘Swan Hill’

Olea europea ‘Tolleys Upright’

Pinus brutia

Pinus halepensis

Pinus pinea

Pistacia chinensis

Platanus x acerfolia

Platanus x acerfolia ‘Bloodgood’

Platanus x acerfolia ‘Liberty’

Platanus orientalis insularis 'Autumn Glory'

Platanus orientalis var. digitata

Platanus x acerfolia 'Species'

Populus nigra ‘Italica’

Prunus blireiana

Prunus cerasifera nigra

Prunus cerasifera ‘Oakville Crimson Spire’

Prunus cerasifera nigra

Prunus lusitanica

Prunus mume pendula

Prunus shimidsu sakura

Prunus shirotrae Mt Fuji Standard

Prunus subhirtella Alba

Prunus subhirtella Rosea

Pyrus calleryana x P. betulaefolia ‘Edgewood’™

Pyrus betulaefolia ‘Southworth Dancer’™

Pyrus calleryana ‘Aristocrat’

Pyrus calleryana ‘Bradford’

Pyrus calleryana ‘Chanticleer’®

Pyrus calleryana ‘Cleveland Select’

Pyrus calleryana ‘Capital’

Pyrus ussuriensis

Quercus acutissima

Quercus canariensis

Quercus coccinea

Quercus cerris

Quercus dentata

Quercus douglasii

Quercus engelmannii

Quercus ilex

Quercus palustris

Quercus palustris EDF (Free Fall)

Quercus palustris ‘Pringreen’ Green Pillar®

Quercus robur

Quercus robur fastigiata

Quercus rubra

Quercus suber

Robinia pseudoacacia ‘Frisia’

Robinia pseudoacacia ‘Inermis’

Salix babylonica

Sequoia sempervirens

Schinus molle

Tilea cordata ‘PNI 6025’ ‘Greenspire’™

Tristaniopsis laurina {

Tristaniopsis laurina DOW.10 Luscious {

Ulmus glabra ‘Lutescens’(Golden Elm)

Ulmus x hollandica Purpurascens' (Wallan)

Ulmus x hollandica Purpurascens' (Pleasant St)

Ulmus x hollandica 'Wredei'

Ulmus parvifolia ‘Burnley Select’

Ulmus parvifolia ‘Inspire’

Ulmus parvifolia ‘Murrays Form’

Ulmus parvifolia ‘Reflection’

Ulmus parvifolia ‘Todd’

Ulmus procera

Ulmus ‘Sapporo Autumn Gold’

Zelkova serrata ‘Green Vase’

Zelkova serrata ‘Mushashino’

Many circumstances out of Mt Williams control may affect the survival of your tree once it has left the nursery, therefore no guarantee can be given. Listed below are some of the things that can have an effect upon your tree.

  • Damage in transport / Mechanical damage
  • Tree drying out during transport or before planting
  • Root damage after planting due to movement e.g. wind
  • To much water, often due to automatic watering system
  • Contamination of soil eg. salt, buried toxins, limestone etc
  • Tree drying out after planting
  • Root damage at time of planting
  • Poor drainage
  • Pests and disease
  • Use of weedicides around tree or drift
  • Planting in wrong locations or unsuitable climate
  • Incorrect planting eg covering the graft
  • Compaction of soil before or after planting
  • Incorrect pruning or at the wrong time
  • Gas contamination
  • Vandalism
  • Allowing the root ball to dry out and become impermeable to water although surrounding soil is 

The only guarantee given is that all plants supplied are of good quality.This is because during the growing season, any plants which do not conform to our requirements, are removed and destroyed. Therefore all trees are true to name, disease and pest free and have a well developed root structure to support the plant.