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Magnoila apollo A fantastic variety that always generates attention, Magnolia 'Apollo' is in a class of its own with its mass of large rich Purple blooms. The inside of the flower is pale, but the outer colour is a lovely deep purple. Forms an upright small tree. Introduced by Yamina Rare Plants.

magnolia athene © 2013A floriferous upright tree that forms a rounded canopy when mature (5-7m). the white scented flowers are flushed with tones of pink. An excellent specimen that produces masses of flowers from a young age.

Origin: New Zealand

magnolia caerhays belle © 2013A gorgeous pink flowering form that forms attention-grabbing large cup shaped flowers. Little care is required, however this is an early flowering form so protection from frost may be required.

Origin: Holland

Magnoila Cameo

This outstanding new variety showcases long lasting and elegant blooms. The reddish-purple flowers have beautiful sculptured form and are unusual in their two-toned display. 'Cameo' grows into a small tree with terrific compact form. Easy to grow and makes a spectacular feature plant in small gardens.

Magnoila Cleopatra

This award-winning Magnolia is famed for its attractive red-purple flowers that display an almost metallic sheen. Fantastic displays are produced in winter and early spring, highlighting abundant blooms against the deep green foliage. Magnolia 'Cleopatra' grows into a small, upright tree with a columnar form making it ideal for elegant screening.

magnolia como © 2013A rare variety known for its narrow habit. Long, hairy buds open to beautiful large white flowers with a pink blush.

Magnolia Denudata One of the most beloved of all magnolias due to the exquisite lily shape of the white blossoms. Today, very old gnarled specimens can be found in Chinese temples and other public places throughout China.

Magnolia Dolly Horn

‘Dolly Horn’ has very large tulip shaped pink flowers, that reach up to 25cm across when fully open. A small tree or large shrub growing to height of approximately 6 metres. Hard to resist!

Origin: Japan

Magnolia Elizabeth The first yellow-flowered hybrid magnolia to be widely available, introduced too Aussie gardens by Arnold Teese from Brooklyn Botanical Garden. It is rightly considered by many to be still one of the best. Elegant buds open to reveal beautiful soft pastel yellow flowers that fade to dark cream. They are slightly fragrant which is often described like musk. A relatively fast growing tree to 5-8 metres in favourable conditions. Keep magnolias well watered, wind sheltered and add lots of dolomite lime.

Magnolia Gold FinchA tall and hardy variety with gentle cup-shaped, yellow flowers. A tall and upright form that is a vigorous grower. One of the earliest yellow-flowering forms to burst into bloom in the garden.

Origin: USA

Jacaranda mimosaefolia White Christmas

Jacaranda mimosaefolia White Christmas Jacaranda
mimosaefolia 'White Christmas'

Michelia x Starbright

michelia x Starbright Michelia 
X Starbright'

Ficus dammaropsis

Ficus dammaropsis Ficus

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