Oxley Creek Catchment Association has produced this seed collection and propagation resource to inform everyone about the best practices for growing your own native plants. However, Seeds must only be collected from your land or with the landholders permission.

Larger Grasses and Sedges ———————————— Shrubs and Small Trees < 10m

Allocasuarina littoralis – Black Sheoak
Commersonia bartramia – Brown Kurrajong
Cryptocarya triplinervis – Three Veined Laurel
Elaeocarpus obovatus – Hard Quandong
Elattostachys xylocarpa – White Tamarind
Glochidion ferdinandi – Cheese Tree
Melia azedarach – White Cedar
Polyscias elegans – Celery Wood
Streblus brunonianus – Whalebone Tree
Toechima tenax – Pitted Steelwood

The Oxley Creek Catchment Association has permission to collect some native seeds under the Nature Conservation Act 1992 and in accordance with the EPA/QPWS Code of Practice for the Taking and Use of Protected Plants granted by Brisbane City Council.