1 Corymbia ‘Summer Red’

Because of the iridescent flowers and adaptability to humid climates.

2 Angophora hispida (Dwarf Apple Gum)

Because of the stunning displays of creamy flowers and rusty-coloured new growth.

3 Eucalyptus pulverulenta ‘Baby Blue’

Because of its stunning aromatic blue foliage and unique angular growth habit.

4 Ceratopetalum gummiferum (NSW Christmas Bush)

Because it is the classic Australian Christmas tree.

5 Eucalyptus torquata (Coral Gum)

Because of the mass flower displays and interestingly textured buds and gumnuts.

6 Tristaniopsis laurina and its cultivars

Because of its lush dark-green foliage and interesting bark.

7 Corymbia ficifolia ‘Wildfire’

Because of its eye-catching and unusual flower colour and compact growth habit.

8 Prumnopitys ladei (Mount Spurgeon Black Pine)

Because of the beautiful fern-like emerald-green foliage, and because it is a very rare plant.

9 Eucalyptus macrandra (Long-flowered Marlock)

Because of the masses of yellow flowers and interesting elongated flower buds.

10 Alloxylon pinnatum (Dorrigo Waratah)

Because of the intricate red blooms and glossy dark-green foliage.