Magnolia grandiflora ‘ferrugenia’
RRP $5,500.00 Incl GST
Common Name: Evergreen Magnolia or Bull Bay Laurel
Current Form: Large spreading form
Current Planted Height: Approx 4.5m
Current Width: Approx 3m
Root ball dimensions: 1250mm D / 1550MM W
Availability: SOLD 21/9/2016 please enquire about other Magnolia Tree options. We could possibly grow a Tree to your specifications.
Give an instant sense of maturity to your garden with this stunning large magnolia. This specimen is robust and majestic, with its first branches starting at just under a metre high. The beautiful deep green leathery leaves with rust-coloured velvety underside are prized in floral arrangements. Produces large cup-shape scented ivory blooms in the late summer. A native of Florida and Texas. This species prefers warm moist conditions and responds well to heavy pruning. Currently in a 2000L container.
Juniperous Kaizuku Cloud Topiary
Common Name: Hollywood Juniper
Current Form: Cloud Topiary
Current Planted Height: Approx 2.5m
Current Width: Approx 0.80m
Root ball dimension: 45mm H / 62mm W
The perfect focal point in a garden design, this juniper’s distinct cloud topiary formation is sure to turn heads. Vivid bright green foliage. This species will tolerate drought and coastal conditions. Not tolerant of wet heavy soils.
Platinus acerifolia. London Plane Tree
Common Name: London Plane
Current Form: Broad and spreading
Current Planted Height: 6.5m
Current Width: 4m
Root ball dimensions : 1200mm D / 1200mm W
The London Plane Tree grows to a very large tree and can live for an immensely long time. Often seen as pollarded street trees and used also as peaching and flat topped specimens the Plane Tree can be very heavily and brutally reduced each autumn to reduced the eventual size.
This particular Plane Tree would suit a large countryside setting as a shade tree or as a distinguished point of arrival Tree. The motley, speckled bark is a testament to the age of this tree and giving the tree wonderful character.
Prunus ‘shimidsu sakura’
Common Name: Asahi Botan Cherry
Current Form: Spreading crown
Current Planted Height: Approx 3.2m
Current Width: Approx 2m crown
Calliper : 95mm
Root ball dimension : 700mm D / 1000 mm W
These 3 attractive trees are very similar in form, so planting them together as a grove or entrance feature would increase the impact and superbly showcase their beauty. The Asahi Botan Cherry Tree is the last of the ornamental cherry tree types to flower. Its flowers appear in the late spring to early summer, and this often coincides with the new growth of bright green foliage. The flowers are double cluster of white and pink and hold well on the trees, given that its later flowering period is after the strong spring winds. It boasts a wonderful fiery orange autumn colour holding into early winter. A gracefully arching tree becoming flat topped with regular pruning.
Common Name: Queensland Firewheel Tree
Current Form: Multi stem, Bush form
Current Planted Height: Approx 2m
Current Width: Approx 1.8m
Root ball dimensions: 700mm D / 650mm W
This handsome but slow growing tree is endemic to the rainforests of Australia’s eastern seaboard. Flowering of this tree takes place in only mature specimens of 8-12 years of age. Our specimen has been flowering consistently for the last 3 years with orange to red skittle shaped buds opening to contorted flowers arranged in a cluster that look like spokes on a wheel. This particular Stenocarpus ‘sinuatus’ has been grown as a multi leader specimen to form a large bush. Very rare in cultivation this tree would compliment a warm tropical courtyard or inner city garden. Large lush leaves of green form a dense crown. Plants to accompany this tree would include Tupidanthus ‘calytraptas’, Cinnamonum ‘camphora’, Dypsis ‘baronii’, Cunonia capensis, Strelitzia and Ficus species.
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.
Carpinus ‘betulinus ‘ . Fastigiata
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.
Olea ‘el greco’ – character pruned
Common Name: European Olive
Current Form: Character pruned
Current Planted Height: Approx 1.7m
Current Width: Approx 1m
Root ball dimension: 550mm D / 600mm W
The Olea ‘el greco’ is an ancient species that is slow-growing and has a compact form, so would be ideal for screening or shelter. Its thin leaves gives a highly textured appearance making it equally suitable as a garden feature tree. This specimen’s knobbly trunk and silvery leaves will offer authenticity and character to your landscape, plus a hint of Mediterranean flavor. Reliable crops with small fruits that have high oil content. Will tolerate dry and windy conditions.