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Trees and Shrubs

Abeliophyllum distichum

White forsythia, shrub 90cm-1.5m height and spread.

Flowers between March and  April with white fragrant flowers, sometimes with a pink tinge, likes full sun to part shade, and suggest uses are hedge.

Abutilon Vic LadyAbutilon, (Flowering Maple) Tree grows between 90cm-2.5m has double pink carnation like flowers, flowers between summer to autumn. Can be grown inside or outside and in part shade or Full Sun.

Abution vitifolium Album

Fast-growing upright shrub, tree like. Up to 4m height, with a spread of 3m. Saucer shaped white flowers, Flowers between April to July. It can withstand -10oC, Full Sun.

 

Abutilon vitifolium Victoria TennantShrub between 15cm -26cm in growth. Full Sun to part Shade with White flowers that flower in spring with green foliage. well drained soil.

Abutilon vitifolium Veronica Tennant

Hardy shrub with Clusters of pale to deep purple flowers, it grows up to 1.8m and flowers in late Spring and Summer, over a gray and green foliage.

Acanthus mollisOyster plant, Grows up 30–80 cm height and 180cm(1.8m) wide(flower Stems included. cylindrical flower Stems 30–40 centimetres high, can produce up to 120 flowers on each stem, rosy white colour, likes full sun, suggest areas rocky areas or dry areas.

Acradenia frankliniiThe Whitey-wood or Wirewood is a shrub from the citrus family found in western Tasmania. grows to 3m in height, ornamental with White flowers that appear in spring, fruit are small, yellow and pitted, resembling small lemons.

 

Native: Tasmania

 

Aesculus californica
A large shrub or small growing tree with grey bark. The white to pale pink flowers are sweetly scented. Be mindful of the fig-shaped fruit capsules which contains poisonous seeds. Commonly known as California Buckeye or California horse-chestnut. 
 
Origin: U.S.A

Aesculus hippocastanum BaumanniiMany consider this to be ‘the’ horse chestnut to plant. With prominent double white flowers and dark bark it is a superb specimen. The large brown nuts characteristic of the species are missing from this fruitless cultivar which make is a better choice for many landscapes. 

aesculus hippocastanum horse chestnut A stunning deciduous tree with a crown of stout branches. Grown for its spectacular displays of white flowers during spring. The nut-like seeds are known as conkers or horse chestnuts. Makes a beautiful large feature tree, growing up to 35m in height.

Spectacular elegance

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Genie

Opulent rosy-red flowers

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Felix

Quick to bloom

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Black Tulip

Australian Rhododendron SocietyThe Ferny Creek Horticultural SocietyGarden Plant Conservation Association of Australia Inc.International Oak SocietyIPPS AustraliaThe Waite ArboretumNursery and Garden Industry VictoriaNursery and Garden Industry Australia

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