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Trees and Shrubs

Cyrill aracemifolia (Leatherwood) Autumn colour pictured. The sole species in the genus Cyrilla. Common along creeks and swamps preferring acid, sandy and peaty soils. Primarily evergreen however during the autumn months some of the foliage turns a brilliant red and will fall from the plant. Can be deciduous in certain climates. Most recognisable for the white flowers during the summer. 

Origin: North and South America

(Pineapple Plant) So named for its yellow flowers which both look and smell like pineapple. Grows into a small tree which may have multiple trunks. It will appreciate a warm spot in the garden. 

Origin: Morocco

Dais cotinfolia(Tree Daphne or Pompom Tree) Referred to as the Pompom tree, this beauty is one of the best known and well loved trees of South Africa. Is often used as a street tree but is small enough to fit into most gardens. When in flower over summer it resembles a giant bunch of fairy floss due to its profuse covering of soft pink flower heads. Considered hardy, relatively drought and frost tolerant.

Origin: South Africa

Danae racemosaDanae racemosa or commonly known as Alexandrian laurel, Is a soft and elegant foilaged plant. This evergreen shrub grows to 1.3 metres tall and a spead 1.3-1.5 metres. Perfect for a ground cover or a low level informal hedgeing option. Part-Shade to Full-Sun.

Origin: South West Asia to Iran


Daphne bholuaThe Nepalese Paper Plant is a small species of Daphne growing at altitude in the Himalayas. Reaches a height of no more than 2.5m. This species has deep pink flowers with a very strong fragrance. 

Origin: Himalayas

Daphne sericea collina x cneorumThis is the principal genus of the Daphne family. An evergreen shrub grown for its dainty clusters of scented flowers over spring. 

Origin: Central and southern Europe

daphne collina © 2014A beautiful small shrub with deep green glossy leaves and scented flowers. Loved for its fragrance over the spring period. 

Origin: Europe

Daphne genkwaGenkwa is a small deciduous shrub growing to 1.5metres x 1.5metres. Purple flowers in Spring.

Daphne genkwa A naturally compact variety, often known as the Lilac Daphne. Beautiful lavender-blue flower appear on this shrub mid spring. Eye catching in the garden and when used as a cut flower. Full sun to light shade, prefers a mild climate.

Origin: China

Daphne x hybrida Sweet scented purple with white flowers in winter. Dark glossy green leaves. 1m.

Jacaranda mimosaefolia White Christmas

Jacaranda mimosaefolia White Christmas Jacaranda
mimosaefolia 'White Christmas'

Michelia x Starbright

michelia x Starbright Michelia 
X Starbright'

Ficus dammaropsis

Ficus dammaropsis Ficus

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