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This popular evergreen tree is prized for the showy display of Magnolia-like flowers during late winter at a time when very few trees are flowering. Makes an effective living hedge or screen and is a stunning sight when in full bloom. Can grow to 10m in height.

Origin: East Asia

An attractive evergreen tree, popular for its fragrance and oil. In South East Asia it is said to bring good luck. Produces magnificent highly perfumed cream coloured flowers from spring to autumn.

Origin: Asia

Also called the true myrtle, and is widespread in the Mediterranean region.  Grows to a small tree with aromatic leathery leaves. The white flowers are followed by fleshy purple-black berries. Plant in full sun for best results.

Origin: Europe

nyssa sylcatica © 2013(Tupelo) A slow growing species but displays nice form. Popular as a park specimen or for larger gardens. Spectacular autumn displays of yellows, reds and oranges. 

Origin: USA

 (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.

(European Pear) The European pear Pyrus communis is also known as common pear. Requires some winter chilling to produce fruit. Pear wood is also used extensively for the manufacture of musical instruments such as flutes and recorders. Also popular for carving and furniture.

Origin: Europe and Southwest Asia

sambucus nigra © 2013(Elderberry) Commonly referred to as Elderberry.  A lovely fragrant shrub with white flowers followed by dark purple berries. Often used for preserves and jams. Grows to around 3m x 3m. Great purple foliage. 

Origin: Europe

Spectacular elegance

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Genie

Opulent rosy-red flowers

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Felix

Quick to bloom

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Black Tulip

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