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Trees and Shrubs

tilea petiolaris © 2013Autumn colour pictured. A lovely tall deciduous tree with weeping branches. The backs of the green leaves are fuzzy and white which creates a silvery appearance in the breeze. A hardy tree with clusters of pale yellow fragrant flowers over summer. 

Origin: Europe

tilea americanaAmerican lime, basswood. A medium-sized tree with glabrous shoots and huge, broad leaves, up to 30cm long. They are coarsely toothed, green on both sides, and glabrous, except for minute axillary turfts beneath.

Small-leaved lime. A medium-sized to large tree of rounded habit. Leaves heart-shaped,5-7.5cm long, rather leathery, glossy dark green above,pale green, with reddish brown axillary tufts beneath.The characteristic spreading inflorescences appear in late july, generally after those of common lime and large-leafed lime; flowers ivory-coloured and sweetly scented.

A very rare , medium-sized tree with broadly ovate leaves up to 13cm long, oblique at the base and edged with conspicuous, bristle like teeth. They are softly downy on both surfaces with axillary tufts beneath and are often conspicuously carmine-tinged when young. Flowers in autumn. Very slow-growing in cultivation.

A remarkable, unlime-like, slow growing shrub, rarely a small tree, with slender stems and small, ovate leaves about 4-6cm long, oblique at base, serrately toothed, thinly downy on both surfaces and with axillary tufts beneath. One of the most distinct of all limes.

A hansome, but variable, large, stately tree. Branches erect, often pendent at their tips, shoots white-felted. Leaves shortly stalked, ovate-orbicular, sharply toothed, dark green above, silvery white-tomentose beneath.

Common lime. A familiar avenue tree and, at least in the past, the most commonly planted lime.  A large vigorous tree with glabrous, greenish zigzag shoots. Leaves broadly ovate or rounded, obliquely heart-shaped at base, sharply toothed, glabrous except for axillary tufts beneath.

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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