Carpinus ‘betulinus ‘ . Fastigiata
RRP $3,250.00 Incl GST
Common Name: Upright Hornbeam
Current Form: Pyramidal, upright
Current Planted Height: Approx 5m
Current Width: Approx 2m
Root ball dimension: 700mm D / 1000mm W
Fully suited to avenue or screening purposes, we have 9 of these stunning trees available, all in very similar form. These trees would give good vertical accent to your landscape and could be used to draw the eye to a special part of the garden or away from a contrary view. This species is the fastigiated form of the common English hornbeam, These trees cleanly loose their dead foliage in winter unlike their counterpart hedging variety. The distinctly veined small leaves clothe the trees with a lovely soft green density in summer.
A pair of Liriodendron ‘tulipifera’ . Arnold
Common Name: Upright Tulip Tree
Current Form: Upright
Current Planted Height: Approx 7m
Current Width: Approx 2.4m
Calliper : mm
Root ball dimensions : mmD / mmW
The soft bright leaves transform into a brilliant yellow performance in autumn. This is the fastigated form of the Liriodendron Tulipifera. These specimens make a fantastic pair with their narrow columnar growth habit. Deciduous.
Common Name: Cape Butter knife tree
Current Form: Varying forms available
Current Planted Height: Approx. 2.5-3.0m
Root ball dimension: 0.70D /1.0mW
A beautiful and versatile ornamental tree found in the forests of South Africa. Its striking foliage is dark green and glossy with contrasting reddish bronze new growth. The clusters of white flowers that appear in autumn are sweetly scented and attract insects and butterflies. A relatively small species with a non-invasive root system, this tree would thrive if planted inside a natural water feature or is also a good choice for potting into a large pot. We have 4 available in varying heights and forms.
Rhododendron ‘mi amor’
Common Name: Rhododendron
Current Form: various bush and small tree form
Current Planted Height: Approx 1m – 1.3m
Current Width: Approx 600mm – 800mm
Root ball dimension: larger grade 400mm D / 550mm W
smaller grade 350mm D / 370mm W
A gorgeous variety of the Rhododendron family, the Mi Amor flourishes with large white flowers with a softly yellow centre, heavily textured leaves, and is highly scented. Their perfumed fragrance will give a new dimension to your garden; not just the senses of visual and touch, add the sense of smell! We have 3 of the larger specimens and 12 more in a slightly smaller grade coming through. Please enquire stating your preferred form.
Common Name: Japanese Stone Pine
Current Form: Upright with strong horizontal laterals
Current Planted Height: Approx 4.2m
Current Width: Approx 3m
Root ball dimensions: 1000mm D / 1200mm W
This stout and elegant pine species has a rugged trunk of rough dark red bark with fissures revealing a black underlay. The framework of irregular, layered horizontal branches give the trees wonderfully unique and interesting character. These 2 trees are apt to be planted together and would introduce natural charm in a rural setting; give fascinating dimension in an inner-city Japanese style garden; provide cultural latitude by framing an entranceway to a soft garden. Planted for centuries in Japan these trees can withstand heavy pruning to shape. Coastal hardy. Untrimmed growing to 30m.
Acer freemanii x ‘jeffers red’
Common Name: Jeffers Red or Freemans Maple
Current Form: Upright with broad branching structure
Current Planted Height: Approx 6m
Current Width: Approx 4m
Calliper : 90mm
Root ball dimensions : 700mmD / 1000mmW
This selection of the North American Maple will grow to approx. 15m tall with erect branching and a eventual round headed form. These trees would create an immediate vertical aspect to any property or large building needing shade and privacy. The glossy summer leaves turn into brilliant autumn tones of scarlet and crimson.
Common Name: Norfolk Island Pine
Current Form: Upright and symmetrical
Current Planted Height: Approx 8m
Current Width: Approx 5m
Root ball dimensions : 1800mm W / 1100mm D
The majestic Norfolk Pine grows to mammoth proportions. Its mature height is between 30m to 50m high in a vertical and symmetrical habit. The dignity of its straight trunk and its picture-perfect triangular form are an eyecatching wonder of nature. Native to the Norfolk Islands in the Tasman Sea northwest of New Zealand. These species have proved to be able to tolerate incessant onshore gales and have therefore been widely planted in coastal regions and open farmland.
These 3 large specimens lend themselves to becoming landmarks on a sweeping rural scene or exposed coastal setting. They could also feature superbly as point-of-arrival trees on a large property or farm.