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Here is a selection of large stock (mostly 100L) that will provide you with an instantly lush evergreen screen. For more selections to view ranging in sizes from 30cm to 200L, we suggest you try our Treefinder App, available here.
A popular tree for its narrow form making it ideal for screening and hedging in tight spaces. Foliage is glossy and deep green. Can be used as native alterative to Italian pencil pines.
We consider this a better version to straight Tristaniopsis laurina. It has a smooth cream trunk, shiny big leaves and new growth that starts out a distinctive copper colour. This is a popular selection for screening
Another Syzygium you should consider is 'Hinterland Gold...perhaps the pick of the Syzygium bunch? This is a fast growing variety well suited to hedging and screens due to its compact glossy green foliage.
Probably king of screening trees due to its bulk and weeping foliage. A very attractive addition to the landscape as it moves with the wind and the weather all the while providing superb coverage. Foliage is maintained to the base of the tree giving a year-round full and lush appearance.
This could be a tall spreading shade tree, but mostly we see this tree ordered for its thick foliage and suitability for instant hedging and screens. A small fast growing tree to 10m it has attractive foliage that consists of different shades of green.
This conical shaped conifer carries very dark green foliage in an upright form. As a conifer we suggest planting out around 1m apart for a brilliantly dense screen in time, but you will need to be patient.
This is a special 'select form' of Syzygium australe (hence its name) with glossy green foliage, growing to the same height as 'Hinterland Gold' but with a more rounded leaf. New growth is bronze tinged too. A good selection for screening but probably used more for hedging due to its smaller leaf.
This is a charming Pittosporum, native to New Zealand but a lover of our conditions here. Foliage is green but leaves have a quaint ruffled edge giving the tree a soft and pretty appearance. Suitable for clipping into a hedge, it grows to 3m tall so it can also work well as a screen.
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