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Trees and Shrubs

clianthus alba ©2014Commonly known as Kaka Beak, this beautiful shrub growing to 2metres tall. Flowering bright white flowers in Spring and early Summer.

Origin: New Zealand, Northern island.

cordyline albertii ©2014This rare and remarkable sword shaped green and cream coloured foilage, and a pale pink trunk. Growing to 4metres and about 2metre wide, Its a perfect statement in the garden. Full-Sun and Part-Shade. Flowers in Summer/early Spring.

Origin: New Zealand

cornus norman hadden © 2014An unusual cross with masses of large creamy bracts over the summer period which turn pink before they fall. Strawberry-like red fruit in late summer. An attractive specimen that can remain semi-evergreen in milder conditions.

Cornus alba Argenteo marginata (Elegantissima) A Variegated form of the red twig Dogwood. Multi stemmed small shrub with cream outer margin, green within. A smart addition to a part shade garden bed, not for extreme hot or dry.

Origin: Siberi and northern China

cornus alba siberica © 2014  Rich red stems in Winter. White berries. Much branced shrub to 3m, but better cut back yearly. Wet or Dry soils.

Cornus Alba SpaethiiSpaethii is a variegated red stemmed dogwood, this variegated dogwood has a yellow and green leaf with a red stem. Full-Sun to Part-Shade.


cornus alternifolia argentea © 2014An unusual variety with silver variegated leaves and a stunning habit. Lovely clusters of white flowers in spring contrast well with the foliage. A great feature specimen for smaller gardens, although the habit can take some years to become apparent. Sometimes called the Wedding Cake Tree.

Origin: USA

cornus capitata ragdollA lovely low growing shrub that enjoys a sunny sheltered site. Beautiful gold-margined leaves and cream bracts. Large strawberry-like fruit add an intriguing touch on extra interest.

Cornus capitata syn Benthamidia cCapitata is a species of dogwood, this dogwood is a evergreen, with dark green foilage and big white flowers in spring. Growing to 12 metres tall. Part-shade.

Origin: Himalayas in China/India

cornus contraversa autumn colour © 2013A beautiful dogwood with great autumn colour and lovely blossom. Makes a great screening tree due to its moderate to fast growth. Small bright blue fruits are borne on red stems, adding extra interest. Great visual appeal.

Hamamelis intermedia Jelena

Hamamelis Intermedia dianne Hamamelis
intermedia Jelena

Opulent rosy-red flowers

magnolia felix thumbnail link Magnolia

Red to copper-red flowers

Hamamelis Intermedia dianne Hamamelis
Intermedia dianne

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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