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Edible & Herbal

camellia sinensis(Tea) Known as the 'Tea Plant' of commerce, this variety has small white nodding flowers in Autumn and 6 - 8 cm rather corrugated leaves. A second form grows larger, and has larger leaves.

Calycanthus sinensisCamellia sinensis is native to East, South and Southeast Asia but today is cultivated across the world in tropical and subtropical regions. Produces green leaf tea. This pink flowering variety is delightful and has a compact growth habit.

camellia sinensis © 2014 (Japanese Green Tea)

cornus mas © 2014 (Cornellian Cherry) Sturdy shrubby tree with masses of tiny yellow flowers along bare stems in Winter followed by red jellybean shaped fruits from which a beautiful jelly is made.

Cornus mas ElegantStriking bright red, pear shaped fruit that has for centuries been prized in Europe and Central Asia. As an ornamental it is also valued for its delicate yellow flowers and beautiful yellow and red autumn foliage. Bred in the Ukraine for its large and tasty fruit.

Cornus mas JolicoA charming German form of Cornus mas originally selected for fruit production purposes. You will enjoy the beautiful clusters of yellow blooms in spring. Masses of bright red berries follow from summer onwards. Fruit sometimes used for jams and preserves.


cornus mas variegata © 2014  

corylus avellana ©  (Hazel Nut) Deciduous, upright suckering shrub up to 4 – 5 meters. Produces edible nuts. Yellowish catkins in late winter early spring.

 corylus contorta © 2014 (Contorted Filbert)

Spectacular elegance

magnolia genie thumbnail link Magnolia

Opulent rosy-red flowers

magnolia felix thumbnail link Magnolia

Quick to bloom

magnolia tulip thumbnail link Magnolia
Black Tulip

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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