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Edible & Herbal

 (Bay Laurel)

A less common, narrow-leaved form of the Bay tree. Offers great ornamental value and often a hardier performance. Grows well in semi-shade and full sun and has average dry tolerance. Use for informal gardens and culinary purposes. 

Origin: Europe

 Various common names, some of which are (Osage orange, hedge apple, horse apple, bois d'arc, bodark or bodock) Deciduous tree or shrub. Belongs to the Mulberry family, and is dioecious, producing male and female flowers on different plants. Will reach heights of 8 - 15 meters.

Specimens of Magnolia salicifolia are quite variable in habit, and appear to be tolerant of a wide range of soils and exposures. This magnolia is common in the cool-temperate forests of Japan, particularly mountain ridges facing the Sea of Japan. Wide, scented flowers emerge in early spring before the leaves. The leaves and bark are fragrant when crushed. It takes 20-50 years for the maximum height of 12 m to be reached.

Origin: Japan

mahonia aquafolium © 2013 (Oregon Grape) Bushy evergreen shrub to 1.5m. Attractive shiny pinnate foliage often with red tints in winter. Yellow flowers in dense terminal racemes in Spring. Excellent Hedge in shade or sun. Tolerant of wide range of pH but not alkaline. Produces purpleish-black fruits which are tart in taste. Sometimes used to make jelly, and Oregon Grape juice is fermented to make wine.

 malus transitiric schmidcutleaf © 2013(Crab Apple) Autumn Colour Pictured.

 (Sweet Olive) Large shrub with finely toothed leaves. Flowers deliciously perfumed in Summer-Autumn, smelling of apricots. Used in perfuming tea. Young shoots often burn in heavy frost.

A small tree or shrub bearing clusters of creamy orange blossoms. Great fragrance which is typically released at night. Large dark green leaves. Makes a great backdrop for other smaller plants. 

Origin: China

pistacia sinensis © 

 (Blackthorn) Species of Prunus, native to the U.K, this large deciduous shrub is known for the pungent berries it produces, named ‘Sloe Berries’. Yamina Rare Plants has this special plant available now, we offer bare rooted for mail order until Spring, and also available in a pot.  See news/events for feature article.

Spectacular elegance

magnolia genie thumbnail link Magnolia
Genie

Opulent rosy-red flowers

magnolia felix thumbnail link Magnolia
Felix

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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