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Conifers

Evergreen tree, very narrow, upright 20 ft (6m) tall and 2 ft (0.3m)wide in ten years secondary branches hang straight down.Sun.Stake the central leader.

cupressus macrocarpa coneybeare © 2013 A small, wide-spreading tree of loosley conical habit,bearing drooping branches and long, filiform, yellow or yellowish green brachlets.A weeping cultivar that needs staking,with very long,thin branches and golden thread-like foliage.In ten years 3.5x1.8m.originated as a seedling in Woolich Nursery,Olinda,Victoria,Australia from the mother plant purchased by Dr Coneybear.

cupressa macrocarpa gold pillar © 2013 A small tree of narrow habit, with golden yellow foliage.A very narrow,errect cultivar becoming broader with age,with all branches directed upward and distinct golden yellow foliage,turning yellow-green towards the interior of the plant.Originated in the Netherlands in the 1940's and introduced to the UK in 1955 by Longsters Nursery,Southhampton,UK.

 

cupressus macrocarpa greenstead magnificant © Low wide spreading, blue mushroom shape. Some grafted as standards, vigorous.An attractive,densely branched,spreading plant that grows broader then high with intensley silvery grey,coarse stringy foliage.In ten years 0.9x2m.Originated as a mutation on 'Horizontalis' (at 8m tall) by R.Hall of C.F. Newman and Son,South Australia in 1959,and propagated in 1962.

Low wide spreading, blue mushroom shape. Some grafted as standards. Vigorous.

Syn.of 'Coneybearii Aurea',unfortunately in common use.

A compact, columnar form with golden tinged foliage. One of the best tree-sized, golden conifers for small gardens.A compact,very narrow,pillar-shaped small tree with dense,fine golden yellow foliage.In ten years 3x0.3m.A seedling from 'Stricta' in Swane Bros.Nursery,Australia in 1944 and distributed in 1956.

Very narrow pencil pine. Keeps shape well due to no cones being produced which usually causes branches to fall out.A tall,compact,dark green column.In ten years 5x0.5m.Listed by Monrovia Nursery Co.USA in 1989 and Conifer Gardens Nursery,Australia in 2009.This cultivar name in Latin form is unacceptable because the cultivar was produced and named after 1958.

Blue,green foliage, evergreen tree.Sun.Needs average, well drained soil.30-45 feet tall in its native habitat in the limestone mountains of Ha Giang Province in northern Vietnam.

Dacrydium Cupressinum RimuTree with long prickly branches cord-like weeping branches. Elegant tree growing well in shade but not liking drought.A tall tree to 50m tall, found in all parts of New Zealand except the interior of South Island.The crown is conical,becoming broader,with many hanging branchlets covered in foliage.The juvenile leaves are needles 4-6mm long,gradually changing to 2.5-3mm-long scale-like mature leaves.The seeds are deep blue to black,5-6mm long; aril red,either fleshy or dry.Grows successfully in temperate oceanic northern hemisphere situations.Hardiness zone 9.

Hamamelis intermedia Jelena

Hamamelis Intermedia dianne Hamamelis
intermedia Jelena

Opulent rosy-red flowers

magnolia felix thumbnail link Magnolia
Felix

Red to copper-red flowers

Hamamelis Intermedia dianne Hamamelis
Intermedia dianne

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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