Rhododendron Sir Edmund Hillary
A living memorial to Sir Edmund Hillary, this rhododendron was grown from a seed sent from the Queen of Nepal in the 1970’s. Its a spectacular variety, flowering very early in Spring with eyecatching bright red clusters. The well-formed trunk displays unique blood-red trusses, and the attractive foliage is silver-backed. Estimated fullgrown height is 1.5m.
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Platinus acerifolia. London Plane Tree
The London Plane Tree grows to a very large tree and can live for an immensely long time. Often seen as pollarded street trees and used also as peaching and flat topped specimens the Plane Tree can be very heavily and brutally reduced each autumn to reduce the eventual size.
The motley, speckled bark of the London Plane Tree is a testament to its age and gives the tree wonderful character.
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Common Name: Kentia Palm
Create instant impact with a remarkable towering Kentia Palm! This stately Australian native will be a identifiable landmark in whatever location it is planted.
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Common Name: Cape Butter Knife Tree
A beautiful and versatile ornamental tree found in the forests of South Africa. Its striking foliage is dark green and glossy with contrasting reddish bronze new growth. The clusters of white flowers that appear in autumn are sweetly scented and attract insects and butterflies. This tree gets it common name Butterknife Tree from the unqiue little butter knife shaped new growth it produces as shown on our images. A relatively small species with a non-invasive root system, this tree would thrive if planted inside a natural water feature or is also a good choice for potting into a large pot.
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Carpinus ‘betulinus ‘ . Fastigiata
Common Name: Upright Hornbeam
The stunning Upright Hornbeam Tree is suited to avenue planting. These trees would give good vertical accent to your landscape and could be used to draw the eye to a special part of the garden or away from a contrary view. This species is the fastigiated form of the common English hornbeam, These trees cleanly loose their dead foliage in winter unlike their counterpart hedging variety. The distinctly veined small leaves clothe the trees with a lovely soft green density in summer.
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The Vulcan is a stunning, striking variety of the Magnolias. Blooming in late winter to early spring, in a proud display of large robust flowers in a brilliantly rich purple/red hue. The intricate texture and perfect form of each fragrance bloom is a reminder of the beauty of nature itself. This deciduous tree is upright in form, so is a great option in a city scene with restricted space.
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Acer palmatum ‘osakazuki’
Common Name: Japanese Maple
This beautiful tree has a striking form and would create a bold impression as a large lawn specimen or point-of-arrival tree. This cultivar is considered to have the brightest crimson and scarlet autumn colours of all the Japanese Maples. New growth is a pinky bronze colour that turns into medium to large lobed green leaves. The Acer palmatum ‘Osakazuki’ is a cultivar of the Acer ‘palmatum’. Moderately wind hardy. A robust upright spreader.
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These evergreen conifers have a sort of quiet dignity about them, their pyramidal upright form reaches out its horizontal boughs to display its eloquent clusters of silvery blue needles. They make a fantastic statement tree due to their unique blue hue, which blends in well with the moody colour scheme of masonry, plaster or concrete structures. The Blue Atlas Cedar is native to the Atlas Mountains in Morocco and Algeria. It likes full sun, is cold and wind hardy, and drought tolerant. Growing habit is usually conical when young as shown in our images, becoming more flat-topped with long spreading branches with age.
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