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BMCS Nursery stall at Magpie Markets   (Christine Davies)

Native Plant Nursery

Blackheath Nursery   Lawson Nursery   Retail Sales   Gift Certificates   Our Plants   Species List   Photo Gallery

Our nurseries offer the home gardener, landscaper or large contractor a big variety of quality local native plants at economical prices in quantities up to 30,000.
Nursery Manager - Sue Nicol
email: nursery@bluemountains.org.au
phone: (02) 4787 8887
NSW Waratah NSW Waratah   (Dianne Page)
We have two sites -
♠   Blackheath where only propagation work is done, and
♠   Lawson which is also used for propagation, plant storage and is open for public sales (see entry for times).

Contact our Nursery Manager, Sue Nicol, if you would like to buy plants, become a nursery volunteer, or just visit for a look.

We welcome all enquiries and our enthusiastic volunteers are always ready to help you make your choice.

Blackheath Nursery

Blackheath Nursery seedlings seedlings at Blackheath Nursery
The Blackheath Nursery was established in 1990 under the direction of Robin Corringham who was followed by David Coleby (1994-2005) and then Kevin Bell (2005-2014).

The current manager is Sue Nicol.

The nursery consists of a glass-house with controlled irrigation and heated beds, a fully enclosed work-shed for plant preparation, housing a seed-bank and a shade house with capacity for storage of over 5,000 plants.

It is used for plant propagation but large orders may be collected there after prior arrangement with the nursery manager.

Lawson Nursery

This facility was newly established in 2009 to propagate and grow large numbers of plants mostly for contract work but also offers public sales. The facility has a large, shaded area with controlled irrigation for storage of over 30,000 plants, a work facility and toilet.

This nursery is located in the Lawson Industrial Area on the corner of Park and Cascade Streets.   Here's a map

The nursery is open for public sales on Wednesday and Saturday mornings from 9am to noon during the spring, summer and autumn months but closes in winter.

Retail Sales

We sell tubestock at just $3 each and advanced plants in 140mm pots from just $5. We attempt to keep our prices as low as possible to encourage the purchase of local native plants.

Bulk orders and large contracts attract further discounts. Please contact the Nursery Manager, Sue Nicol to discuss your needs.

Weekly sales are at Lawson on Wednesday and Saturday mornings from August through to May (see the entry for location).

We attend the Lawson Magpie Markets at Lawson Public School on the Great Western Highway from 9am to 2pm on the 3rd Sunday of the month from August through November and February through May.

We are also at the Blackheath Community Markets at Blackheath Public School on the Great Western Highway from 9am to 1pm on the first Sunday of the month from August through May. At both these markets we offer a big variety of plants with many specials.

Lawson Magpie Markets
   - no stall in June & July -
Sunday 16th August, 2015
Sunday 20th September, 2015
Sunday 18th October, 2015
Sunday 15th November, 2015
Sunday 21st February, 2016
Sunday 20th March, 2016
Sunday 17th April, 2016
Sunday 15th May, 2016
Blackheath Community Markets
   - no stall in June & July -
Sunday 2nd August, 2015
Sunday 6th September, 2015
Sunday 4th October, 2015
Sunday 1st November, 2015
Sunday 6th December, 2015
Sunday 7th February, 2016
Sunday 6th March, 2016
Sunday 3rd April, 2016
Sunday 1st May, 2016

Our enthusiastic volunteers are always ready to help with your choice of plants.

Gift Certificates

We can solve your dilemma in trying to find that perfect present for somebody special with one of our gift certificates to the value of $10, $20 or $50.

These are available and redeemable any time from our Lawson nursery, the Magpie and Blackheath Markets or by sending a cheque to PO Box 29, Wentworth Falls 2782 with a stamped self-addressed envelope and we will respond by return mail.

Our Plants

Our plants are raised either from seed or cuttings collected within the Greater Blue Mountains area.

During a calendar year we generally have 120-140 species available with around 70-80 species at any one time depending on demand.

For over 20 years we have supplied quality local plants to Blue Mountains residents and others from neighbouring areas.

Mountain Devil Mountain Devil   (Alan Page)

We undertake work for large landowners and landscapers, either collecting seed of local provenance or propagating from customer-supplied seed.

In the past we have fulfilled large contracts for the RTA at Soldiers Pinch, Mt. Victoria and Shell Corner, Katoomba, and on the Great Western Highway at Lawson and Wentworth Falls.

Recently, we supplied 2,300 plants for the roof-top garden at the new Cultural Centre in Katoomba.

We regularly provide plants for the NPWS and Blue Mountains City Council for re-vegetation works and are always in demand by local landscapers for reliable, cheap plants.

We believe we have made a very significant contribution to the beautification of the Blue Mountains.

So, whether your needs are large or small, we can supply you with quality plants in big variety, cheaply and guaranteed to grow, having been raised in the conditions in which they will live.

Donations of local identified seeds are most welcome as we expand our seed-bank.

Just note the location, time of the year and send to P.O. Box 29, Wentworth Falls 2782, bring to one of our nurseries or to one of our monthly meetings. It will be much appreciated.

For enquiries, please contact the Nursery Manager, Sue Nicol

Species List

From the list below we try to maintain stocks of each plant for at least part of the year but demand, the lack of suitable seed and the occasional propagation failure means that not all species are available at all times.

We can generally guarantee to have 70 -80 species in stock.

If the species you require is not listed, please contact us and we may be able to grow some especially for you. If you can provide seed that makes our task easier. We are always pleased to expand our seed-bank by donation of seeds from local plants if accompanied by a collection location and date.

Our plant list is constantly revised and we are always pleased to receive suggestions for new additions.


Plant Catalogue
Trees and Shrubs,
large and small
Acacia
(Wattle)
A. amoena
A. decora
A. decurrens
A. echinula
A. elata
A. elongata
A. falciformis
A. filicifolia
A. fimbriata
A. floribunda
A. implexa
A. linifolia
A. longifolia
A. mearnsii
A. melanoxylon
A. myrtifolia
A. obtusifolia
A. parramattensis
A. parvipinnula
A. rubida
A. suaveolens
A. terminalis
A. trinervata
A. ulicifolia
Allocasuarina
(She-oak)
A. distyla
A. littoralis
A. nana
A. torulosa
Angophera A. costata
A. floribunda
Baeckea B. linifolia
B. virgata
Banksia B. cunninghamii
B. ericifolia
B. marginata
B. oblongifolia
B. penicillata
B. paludosa
B. serrata
B. spinulosa
Bauera B. rubioides
Boronia B. anemonifolia
B. pinnata
Bossiaea B. heterophylla
B. obcordata
B. rhombifolia
Brachycome B. dilatata
B. multifida

(including
white form)
Bracteantha B. viscosum
Callicoma C. serratifolia
Callistemon
(Bottle-brush)
C. citrinus
(red & pink forms)
C. pinifolius
C. pityoides
C. rigidus
C. subulatus
Callitris C. muelleri
Chrysocephalum C. apiculatum
Correa C. alba
C. bauerlenii
C. decumbens
C. glabra
C. lawrenciana
C. reflexa
C. schlechtendali
Corymbia
(Bloodwoods)
C. gummifera
Crowea C. exalata
C. saligna
Dampiera D. stricta
D. purpurea
Daviesia
(Bitter-peas)
D. corymbosa
D. latifolia
D. ulicifolia
Dianella D. caerulea
D. revoluta
D. tasmanica
Dillwynia
(Egg and bacon)
D. retorta
Dodonea
(Hop-bush)
D. triquetra
Epacris E. longiflora
E. reclinata
Eucalyptus
(Gum-tree)
E. cunninghamii
E. cypellocarpa
E. deanii
E. globoidea
E. gregsoniana
E. gullickii
E. ligustrina
E. mannifera
E. melliodora
E. oreades
E. pauciflora
E. piperita
E. punctata
E. sclerophylla
E. sieberi
E. stricta
E. tereticornis
Gahnia G. sieberiana
Gompholobium
(Wedge-pea)
G. grandiflorum
G. latifolium
G. uncinatum
Goodenia G. bellidifolia
G. heterophylla
G. ovata

(incl.
prostrate form)
Grevillea G. acanthifolia
G. barklayana
G. juniperina
G. longifolia
G. oleoides
G. rivularis
G. sericea
G. shiressii
Hakea H. constablei
H. dactyloides
H. pachyphyllus
H. propinqua
H. salicifolia
H. sericea

(white and
pink forms)
H. teretifolia
Helichrysum H. elatum
H. scorpioides
Hibbertia H. empetrifolia
H. obtusifolia
H. saligna
Hovea H. lanceolata
Indigofera I. australis
Isopogon
(Drumsticks)
I. anemonifolius
Kunzea K. ambigua
K. parvifolia
Lambertia
(Mountain devil)
L. formosa
Leptospermum
(Tea-tree)
L. arachnoides
L. grandifolium
L. juniperinum
L. macrocarpum
L. morrisonii
L. polygalifolium
L. squarrosum
L. trinervium
Lomatia L. myricoides
L. silaifolia
Melaleuca
(Paper-barks)
M. armillaris
M. hypericifolia
M. lineariifolia
M. nodosa
M. squamea
M. stypheloides
M. thymifolia
Mirbelia M. rubiifolia
Olearia
(Daisy-bushes)
O. elliptica
O. myrsinoides
Petrophile
(Cone-sticks)
P. pulchella
Platylobium P. formosum
Podolepis P. hieracioides
Prostanthera
(Mint-bushes)
P. caerulea
P. cuneata
P. denticulata
P. incana
P. incisa
P. lasianthos
P. ovalifolia
P. prunelloides
P. rhombea
P. rotundifolia
P. scutellarioides
P. violacea
Pultenaea
(Bush-pea)
P. daphnoides
P. flexilis
P. microphylla
P. scabra
Rhodanthe R. anthemoides
Symphionema S. montanum
Syncarpia S. glomulifera
Telopea
(Waratah)
T. speciosissima
Tetratheca T. thymifolia
Westringia W. fruticosa
W. longifolia
Viola
(Native Violet)
V. betonicifolia
V. hederacea
Zieria Z. arborescens
Z. cytisoides


Ground-covers, Climbers
Acaena A. novae-zelandiae
Clematis C. aristata
C. glycinoides
Grevillea G. gaudi-chaudi
G. laurifolia
Hardenbergia H. violacea
Kennedia K. prostrata
K. retrorsa
K. rubicunda
Mirbelia M. platylobioides
Myoporum M. debile


Grasses, Rushes, Sedges
Baumea B. rubiginosa
Carex C. appressa
Dichelachne D. crinita
Gymnoschoenus G. sphaerocephalus
Isolepis I. nodosa
Joycea J. pallida
Juncus J. continuus
J. usitatus
Lomandra L. glauca
L. longifolia
Microlaena M. stipoides
Poa P. sieberiana
Themeda T. australis



Ferns
Adiantum A. aethiopicum
A. hispidulum
Asplenium A. bulbiferum
Blechnum B. cartilaginium
B. nudum
Cyathea C. cooperi
C. australis
Doodia D. aspera
Polystichum P. proliferum
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(Photos by Alan & Dianne Page)
Sunshine Wattle - Acacia terminalis
Sunshine Wattle
Acacia terminalis
Old Man Banksia - Banksia serrata
Old Man Banksia
Banksia serrata
Black Wattle - Callicoma serratifolia
Black Wattle
Callicoma serratifolia
Fuchsia Heath  - Epacris reclinata
Fuchsia Heath
Epacris reclinata
Gorse Bitter Pea - Daviesia ulicifolia
Gorse Bitter Pea
Daviesia ulicifolia
Silver-top Ash - Eucalyptus sieberi
Silver-top Ash
Eucalyptus sieberi
Bog Grevillea - Grevillea acanthifolia
Bog Grevillea
Grevillea acanthifolia
Crinkle Bush - Lomatia silaifolia
Crinkle Bush
Lomatia silaifolia
Conesticks - Petrophile pulchella
Conesticks
Petrophile pulchella
Native Violet - Viola hederacea
Native Violet
Viola hederacea
Large-flowered Mirbelia - Mirbelia platylobioides
Large-flowered Mirbelia
Mirbelia platylobioides
Laurel-leaf Grevillea - Grevillea laurifolia
Laurel-leaf Grevillea
Grevillea laurifolia
Spiny-headed Mat-rush - Lomandra longifolia
Spiny-headed Mat-rush
Lomandra longifolia

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