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Trees and Shrubs

cercidiphyllum japonicum(Katsura Tree) Also known as the Katsura. A large deciduous tree growing up to 45m with a trunk reaching 2m in diameter. The pride of many landscaped formal gardens – an ornamental favourite and traditionally used for furniture.

Origin: Asia

cercidiphyllum jap pendulum © 2014A small deciduous tree that grows in a pyramidal form initially, and later rounded. Lovely heart-shaped blue-green leaves are borne on slender, pendulous flowers that sweep to the ground. Foliage changes to gold/apricot in autumn. Flowers are tiny and red and emerge just before the leaves.

Origin: Japan and China

cercis canadensis ©Cercis are deciduous shrubs or small trees with heart-shaped leaves. Typically a 10 year old tree will be around 5m tall. Also known as the eastern redbud, being native to eastern North America. Commonly grown in parks and gardens.

Cercis canadensis AlbaThe White Eastern Redbud delights with a profusion of small white flowers in early spring, followed by heart-shaped bronze leaves. Prefers full sun to light shade in a moist, well drained soil.

Origin: USA

cercis canadensis flameAlso known as the Flame Redbud. Thick dark green foliage is offset by double pink flowers. A heavy bloomer which is recognised as the only Cercis available with double flowers.

Cercis canadensis Forest Pansy Large shiny 3 lobed foliage species, rich thick textured leaves. The Flowers appear below the foliage and have green and white stripes on top, rolling at the tip. The underside of each flower is dark purple-black and rolled as if a snail shell.

An ideal choice for positions where an eye-catching feature tree is required. Growing to 5m, this purple-leafed variety offers large heart-shaped leaves and masses of small pink ‘pea-like’ flowers in spring. Prefers a moist, deep well-drained soil. Avoid prolonged dry or very wet sites.

cercis canadensis oklahoma © 2014A compact tree with an upright habit, ‘Oaklahoma’ gives a spectacular display of reddish-pink flowers. It is considered one of the better heat resistant selections of the redbud cultivars. Grows up to 6m. 

Origin: USA

Cercis canadensis Hearts Of Gold A gold foilaged cercis, that has a red bud, flowering pink, in autumn and sometimes spring. Growing to 3metres to 4metres. Prefers part Shade to full-sun.

Cercis canadensis CoveyWonderful small tree with brilliant spring flowers and graceful weeping branches .... Covey begins its show in spring as the bare stems are covered with deep pink flowers.
‘Covey’ will reach around 3m in height depending on the height of its graft . Flowers are followed by heart shaped green leaves that in autumn provide good colour

Cercis chinensis Avondale

Deciduous large shrub or small tree with year round interest of deep cerise pink, pea flowers on bare branches in spring, rich green, heart shaped deep green leaves in summer and brilliant foliage colour in autumn. Prefers an open, sunny, protected position.

Country of Origin: China

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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