Seed Bank

John Randal  Seed is available free to members.
  Maximum number of seed packets per request is six (6).
  Requests must be accompanied by a STAMPED SELF-ADDRESSED ENVELOPE ($1.20), 110x220mm.
  Please address seed requests in alphabetically order and include a list of alternative selections.
  Address requests to John Randall, 8 Coachmans Pl, Mardi NSW 2259.

  Seed donations are welcome and are vital if the seed bank is to remain viable.
  Please state the source of seed, whether from natural or cultivated material.
  Please do not send seeds from hybrid plants.


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Acacia buxifolia Photo1, Photo2, Photo3, Photo4, Photo5, Photo6, Photo7, Photo8, Photo9
Acacia conferta Photo1, Photo2, Photo3, Photo4
Acacia covenyi Photo1, Photo2, Photo3, Photo4, Photo5, Photo6, Photo7, Photo8, Photo9
Acacia cultriformis Photo1, Photo2, Photo3, Photo4, Photo5, Photo6
Acacia deanei Photo1, Photo2, Photo3
Acacia decurrens Photo1, Photo2, Photo3, Photo4, Photo5, Photo6, Photo7, Photo8, Photo9, Photo10, Photo11, Photo12
Acacia elata Photo1, Photo2
Acacia elongata Photo1, Photo2, Photo3, Photo4, Photo5, Photo6, Photo7
Acacia falcata Photo1, Photo2, Photo3
Acacia falciformis Photo1, Photo2, Photo3
Acacia fimbriata Photo1, Photo2, Photo3, Photo4, Photo5, Photo6, Photo7, Photo8, Photo9
Acacia iteaphylla Photo1, Photo2, Photo3, Photo4, Photo5, Photo6, Photo7, Photo8, Photo9
Acacia littorea (No photo found)
Acacia linophylla (No photo found)
Acacia macradenia Photo1, Photo2, Photo3, Photo4
Acacia melanoxylon Photo1, Photo2, Photo3, Photo4, Photo5, Photo6, Photo7, Photo8, Photo9, Photo10
Acacia neriifolia Photo1
Acacia obtusifolia Photo1, Photo2
Acacia pravissima Photo1, Photo2, Photo3, Photo4, Photo5, Photo6, Photo7, Photo8
Acacia prominens Photo1, Photo2, Photo3, Photo4, Photo5, Photo6, Photo7, Photo8, Photo9, Photo10
Acacia pubescens Photo1, Photo2, Photo3, Photo4, Photo5, Photo6, Photo7, Photo8, Photo9
Acacia pulchella Photo1, Photo2, Photo3, Photo4, Photo5
Acacia pycnantha Photo1, Photo2, Photo3, Photo4, Photo5, Photo6, Photo7, Photo8, Photo9, Photo10, Photo11, Photo12, Photo13, Photo14, Photo15, Photo16
Acacia rubida Photo1, Photo2, Photo3, Photo4, Photo5, Photo6
Acacia saligna Photo1, Photo2, Photo3, Photo4
Acacia simsii (No photo found)
Acacia sophorae (No photo found)
Acacia stricta Photo1, Photo2, Photo3
Acacia suaveolens Photo1, Photo2, Photo3, Photo4, Photo5, Photo6, Photo7
Acacia verniciflua Photo1, Photo2, Photo3
Acacia vestita Photo1, Photo2, Photo3, Photo4, Photo5
Acacia victoriae Photo1, Photo2, Photo3, Photo4
Allocasuarina distyla Photo1, Photo2, Photo3, Photo4, Photo5, Photo6, Photo7, Photo8, Photo9
Allocasuarina littoralis Photo1, Photo2, Photo3, Photo4
Allocasuarina nana Photo1, Photo2, Photo3, Photo4, Photo5, Photo6, Photo7, Photo8, Photo9, Photo10
Allocasuarina torulosa Photo1, Photo2, Photo3, Photo4, Photo5, Photo6, Photo7, Photo8, Photo9
Allocasuarina verticillata Photo1, Photo2, Photo3, Photo4, Photo5, Photo6, Photo7, Photo8
Angophora costata Photo1, Photo2, Photo3, Photo4, Photo5, Photo6, Photo7, Photo8, Photo9, Photo10

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Where colours and specific growth habits are shown against the name of the species, this indicates that the seed came from a plant with those features. There is no certainty that the colours or features will be retained by seedlings.

Photo links are to the Australian National Botanic Gardens website. To search for photos on this site click here.