pete's botanical adventures Yamina Facebook link 


Catalogue 2017

 

Download the 2017 PDF Catalogues below. The Wholesale Catalogue is password protected. Contact Us to obtain password.

Wholesale 'trade'
Retail

 

Below is the Yamina Order Form as an editable PDF.

Order Form

 

Subscribe to our Mailing List below.

Yamina Newsletter

 

Contact us with the contact form below.

Contact Form

 

  

See you there in 2018!!!

 

 

Trees and Shrubs

An enchanting small shrub with beautiful yellow tubular flowers that droop from the stems. Well suited to containers but protect from heavy frosts. Part shade.

Origin: Himalayas

Agathis corbassinii 533x400

Commonly as the red kauri, a medium-sized to large evergreen tree, the leaves are in decussate opposite pairs.  The cones are globe like, and 10 cm diameter.Full sun. Height: Up to 40 Meters. Origin: Queensland, Australia

Alberta Magna An impressive shrub when in fruit and flower, often treasured by collectors. Shiny evergreen foliage makes a great backdrop for the brilliant displays of red tubular flowers. These are followed by small ribbed fruit which remain colourful for a long period. Full sun, or slight shade. Not frost tolerant.

Origin: South Africa

 

albizia julibrissin © bron anderson(Persian Silk Tree) Known by a wide variety of common names such as the Persian silk tree and pink silk tree. Named after an Italian nobleman Filippo degli Albizzi who introduced it to Europe in the mid-18th century. A 5-12m tree with a broad crown of branches. full sun to light shade, although the best flowering result occurs in full sun.

Origin: South West / Easten Asia.

 

alniphyllum fortunei autumn colour © 2013A deciduous tree growing up to 20m.

Origin: China

amelanchier canandensis autumn colour © 2013 A deciduous shrub or small tree with a fastigiated crown. White flowers are produced in spring. The fruit is a pome and dark purple when ripe. It is sweet and edible. Often used as a medicinal plant. Sometimes made into bonsai. Autumn colour pictured.Full sun to part shade. It is tolerant of a somewhat wide range of soils.

Origin: USA

Andromeda polifoliaAndromeda polifolia, commonly known as the bog-rosemary. This small evergreen shrub growing to 20cm -40cm tall. The dark green foilage is off set by the white to pink bell like flowers that cluster on its branchs. Flowering late spring - early summer. Loves wet areas, ie. ponds and marsh land.Full sun or partial shade.

Origin: Asia, Europe and North America   

Anopterus glandulosa ( pink form southern pink ) Native Laurel or Tasmanian Laurel. Perfumed woodland shrubs with flowers borne in terminal racemes in spring. Both white & pink forms reach barely 2 metres in gardens. In native rainforest ( high rainfall ) of Tasmania they can become small trees when old. Require reliable, regular spring & summer watering.Moderately snow and frost hardy. Tolerates shade and requires a cool position.

Origin: Australia

Anopterus macleayanusThe Queensland laurel or Macleay laurel can grow up to 15m and features long leaves. The flowers occur between October and December in its native range of Queensland and New South Wales.Morning sun afternoon shade.

Origin: Australia

aralia elata silver umbrellaThis is a variegated form of the Japanese angelica tree. Grows into a large shrub or small tree with a spiny trunk and suckers. Creates a tropical look in the garden with its large frond-like leaves and billowy creamy flowers. Full to partial sun.

Origin: China, Korea, Japan

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

Peter Teese

82 David Hill Rd
Monbulk(Opposite Vika Ave)
p: (03) 9752 0035
f: (03) 9752 0500
m: 0438 520035
e: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
www.facebook.com/yaminarareplants

Opening Hours

Monday - Friday 9am to 4:30pm
Weekends - 11am to 3pm

© 2015 Yamina Rare Plants | Disclaimer
Website by Studiogreen Concepts