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Trees and Shrubs

 Wavy white flowers with a central boss of yellow-orange stamems. Stongly scented of oranges.

cantua buxifolia © 2014Covered in bright magenta flowers throughout spring. The long flaring trumpets are held in clusters and contain bright blue pollen on the stamens. Quick growing, multi-branching with bright green foliage. Enjoys a rich soil, and does not fair well in warmer climates. 

Origin: Andes

Also referred to as the ‘Sacred Flower of the Incas’ or the ‘Magic Flower’. A medium sized shrub with eye-catching mauve flowers. Prefers a full sun location. 

Origin: South America

cantua buxifolia pyrifolia © 2014A very rare species from the mountainous regions of northern Peru. Forms an erect tree that generally blooms in spring and summer. The flowers differ from others in the genus by facing upwards rather than dangling. Prefers a partly shaded location in a rich, well drained soil.

Origin: Peru

 Carpenteria californicaA evergreen to semi-deciduous bushy large shrub and growing to 2.5metres x 2.5metres. flowering white with yellow insert flowers in spring and summer.  

Carpinus betulusA hornbeam native to western Asia and Europe. A large deciduous tree developing a fluted grey trunk. A warm climate will achieve optimum results, and locations below 600m in elevation. Attractive foliage and hop-like fruit clusters. 

Origin: Asia and Europe

carpinus betuus fastigiata © 2014
Hardy, narrow, upright tree of dense growth broadening with age.

carpinuys petulus pendula © 2014A slow growing but beautiful weeping hornbeam, grafted onto a lower trunk of betulus. Lush green leaves which turn yellow in autumn. Forms an unusual parasol shape. There are no flowers and no fruit. 

Origin: France

‘The black hickory’ is a large tree that can reach 40m in height. The leaves often have a dense coating of scales that are a rust-like colour. Fruits (nuts) are a bronze colour. 

Origin: USA

catalpa bignonioides © 2013A medium sized deciduous tree growing to approximately 15m. Large heart-shaped leaves appear before the flower clusters open. Flower displays are thick. Commonly known as the Cigar tree or Indian Bean Tree.

Origin: USA

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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