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URBAN TREE CANOPY GROW OUR CANOPY - ROUND 3 GOC - R3 - 15 - Bertram Street, Mortlake GROW OUR CANOPY ROUND 3- Greening our City COOLER SUBURBS GRANT Date- 17/08/2021 Rev Rev -

Bertram Street - August 2021


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Canada Bay Tree Species Botanical Name

Common Name

Evergreen (E) Deciduous (D)

Indigenous (i) Native (n) Exotic (ex)

Mature height in urban tree conditions

Canada Bay Tree Species Features

Large indigenous trees

Botanical Name

Common Name

Evergreen (E) Deciduous (D)

Indigenous (i) Native (n) Exotic (ex)

Mature height in urban tree conditions

Features

Large native or exotic trees

Angophora costata

KAJIMBOURRA(D) Sydney Red Gum

E

i

8-20m

Open canopy, broad form, colourful bark, flowers on outer canopy, bird attracting

Corymbia maculata

YARRUN (D) or Spotted Gum

E

n

20-30m

Smooth long trunk with a high leafy crown

Angophora floribunda

BURRAM -BURRANG(D) or Rough Bark Apple

E

i

10-20m

Graceful upright form, medium canopy, showy flowers, bird and pollinator attracting

Corymbia exima

Yellow Bloodwood

E

n

10-12m

Interesting bark, bird and pollinator attracting

Eucalyptus botryoides

BANGALAY (D)

E

i

12-20m

Medium to open canopy, bird attracting

Elaeocarpus eumundi

Eumundi Quondong

E

n

10-18m

Tall narrow canopy, luscious green with rich red new growth

Eucalyptus globoidea

DTHAN DTHAANG(D) or White Stringybark

E

i

10-15m

Deep green foliage, bird attracting

Flindersia australis

Australian Teak

E

n

15-25m

Dense canopy, interesting fruit

Eucalyptus paniculata

PARRAGILGA (G) or Grey Ironbark

E

i

18-25m

Feature tree, bird attracting

Fraxinus oxycarpa 'Raywood' Claret Ash

D

d

10-15m

Deep red leaf colour, drought tolerant

Eucalyptus punctata

MAANDOWIE (D) or Grey Gum

E

i

18-25m

Textured and smooth salmon bark, bird attracting

Harpullia pendula

Tulipwood

E

n

10-15m

Dense dark green foliage, colourful orange capsules, tropical native that is drought tolerant

Eucalyptus resinifera

Red Mahogany

E

i

18-25m

Feature tree, bird attracting

Lophostemon confertus

Brush Box

E

n

15m

Federation planting to be planted to compliment Brush Box feature streets only, dense round crown

Ficus rubiginosa

BAIRA OR DTHAAMAN or Port Jackson Fig

E

i

8m x 12m

Interesting spreading buttress root system, long lived wide shade tree ideal for parks and open spaces

Podocarpus elatus

DAALGAAL or Plum Pine

E

n

8-12m

Broad dense foliage, bush tucker, very hardy, needs good drainage

Syncarpia glomulifera

BOOREEAH or Turpentine

E

i

12-20m

Feature tree - predominately upright form, interesting leaves and fruit, bird attracting

Small to medium native or exotic trees

Medium indigenous trees Long lived wattle, interesting seed pod, abundant flowers, bird and pollinator attracting

Acmena smithii - varieties

Lilly Pilly - various

E

n

3-8m

Dense green canopy with vibrant red fruit, bush tucker (varieties grow to different heights)

Alectryon subcinereus

Native Quince

E

n

4-6m

Attractive dense form, small pale pink flowers, coppery new growth, bird attracting. Not readily available.

Alphitonia exelsa

Red Ash

E

n

6m

For sheltered areas only, small tree with silvery underside to leaves

Backhousia citriodora

Lemon-scented Myrtle

E

n

8m

Lemon scented dense glossy foliage, shade tolerant, bird attracting, requires moist soils

Acacia parramattensis

Sydney Green Wattle

E

i

6m

Acmena smithii

KANGALOON(D) or Lilly Pilly

E

i

8-12m

Dense green canopy with vibrant red fruit, bush tucker

Allocasuarina littoralis

Black She-Oak

E

i

6-8m

Soft fine needles that sing in the wind

Angophora bakeri

Narrow-leafed apple

E

i

6-10m

Graceful upright form, medium canopy, showy flowers, bird and pollinator attracting

Callistemon viminalis

Weeping bottlebrush

E

n

6m

Vibrant red flowers, bird and pollinator attracting

Banksia integrifolia

COURRIDJAH(D) or Coast Banksia

E

i

5-12m

Tall open canopy tree with silver leaves, showy flowers and interesting fruit, bird attracting, bush tucker

Cercis siliquastrum

Judas Tree

D

e

6m

Corymbia gummifera

MANNEN(D) or Red Bloodwood

E

i

8-15m

Small Eucalypt in urban situations, decorative bark and fruit, creamy white flowers on outer canopy, bird attracting

For sheltered areas only, needs moist soils, prolific display fo pink flowers in spring

Ehretia acuminata

Koda

D

n

10-18m

Elaeocarpus reticulatus

Blueberry Ash

E

i

8m

Upright tree with dense green foliage, white pink flowers and blue drupes, shade tolerant, bird attracting

Large, hardy rainforest tree, often deciduous, moist soils. Not readily available.

Geijera parviflora

WILGA or Australian Willow

E

n

5-10m

Attractive drooping scented foliage, drought tolerant

Eucalyptus robusta

CURRAMURRA (D) or Swamp Mahogany

E

i

10-15m

Interesting fruit, showy flowers, deep textured red and brown bark, wet areas, bird attracting

Ginkgo biloba

Maidenhair Tree

D

e

12m

Graceful leaves, requires moist soils

Glochidion ferdinandi

Cheese Tree

E

i

6m

Feature tree, interesting fruit, shade tolerant, wet areas

Hibiscus tiliaceus var rubra

Purple Leaf Hibiscus

E

n

5m

Melaleuca styphelioides

NAAMBARR(D) or Prickly Paperbark

Hardy tropical tree with large maroon heart shaped leaves and sunny yellow flowers

E

i

8-12m

Decorative bark, showy flowers, wet areas, bush tucker

Hymenosporum flavum

Native Frangipani

E

n

5m

Showy fragrant flowers, shade tolerant

Melaleuca linariifolia

Snow in Summer

E

i

6m

Lagerstroemia indica

Crepe Myrtle

D

e

4m

Colorful flowers, drought tolerant

Melaleuca bracteata

Black Tea Tree

E

n

5-10m

Spikes of scented white flowers in summer. Suitable medium tree for narrow streets and footpaths

Tristaniopsis laurina

OORAMMILLY(D) or Water Gum

E

n

6m

Drought tolerant small green tree with yellow flowers, 'Lucscious' variety needs more water

Waterhousia floribunda

Weeping Lilly Pilly

E

n

6-10m

Deep green dense weeping glossy foliage, good shade tree

Zelkova serrata 'Green Vase' Japanese Zelkova

D

ex

10-12m

Vase shaped, autumn colour, hardy, drought tolerant

Feature plant, showy flowers, bush tucker, wet areas

Small indigenous trees Acacia binervia

MYIMBARR(D) or Coastal Wattle

E

i

5m

Long lived wattle, small tree, beautiful silvery grey green foliage, fluffy spikes of golden flowers, fragrant wood

Angophora hispida

BANDA (C) or Dwarf Apple

E

i

4m

Interesting rusty foliage and fruit, bird attracting

3m

Dense foliage tree, cream flowers, cinnamon scented leaves, shade tolerant

4m

Feature plant, showy flower bracts. Well drained soils and protected from wind

Backhousia myrtifolia Ceratopetalum gummiferum

Grey Myrtle NSW Christmas Bush

E E

i i

Leptospermum laevigatum

Coast Tea Tree

E

i

3m

Prominent and abundant white flowers, bird and pollinator attracting

Leptospemum trinervium

Paperbark Tea-tree

E

i

3m

Long lived white flowers, bird and pollinator attracting

Melaleuca nodosa

Ball Honeymyrtle

E

i

3m

Small paperbark tree, abundant flowers, bird and pollinator attracting

Omalanthus populifolius

Bleeding Heart

E

i

5m

Attractive foliage (suitable for parks-plant with other clumps)

Syzygium paniculatum

Magenta Lilli Pilly

E

i

5-10m

Showy flowers and fruit, bird attracting, shade tolerant, bush tucker

Canada Bay Tree Species Botanical Name

Large native or exotic trees

Common Name

Evergreen (E) Deciduous (D)

Indigenous (i) Native (n) Exotic (ex)

Mature height in urban tree conditions

Features

Aboriginal language/ area

D - Dharawal (Sydney south of Botany Bay, Sydney West) C- Dharag language of the Cadigal Clan (Sydney) G -Gumbaynggir (Mid -North NSW)

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GOC - R3 - Plan 15 - Planting Schedule Rev 17/08/2021 ID Trees

Qty Common Name

Botanical Name

Scheduled Size

AF

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Rough-barked Apple

Angophora floribunda

200L

WF

6

Weeping Lilly Pilly

Waterhousia floribunda

400L

Total

Overhead Wires

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GOC - R3 - 15 - Bertram Street, Mortlake GROW OUR CANOPY ROUND 3- Greening our City COOLER SUBURBS GRANT

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