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Selections for skinny screens

Skinny Screens

Pyrus calleryana 'Capital'

Ornamental Pear

This tree has a narrow growth habit suitable for screening. Shiny green leaves hang vertically from branches with an attractive curl. Leaves turn a reddish-purple in autumn and lovely white flowers bloom during Spring months. Great for driveways and narrow gardens, we have good numbers available in 30cm and 40cm pots, and 50L, 100L and 200 litre bags.

Banksia integrifolia fastigiata 'Sentinel'

A great shrub for a dense narrow flowering screen. Responds very well to pruning. Produces upright lemon brush-like flowers from late summer to winter. We have good numbers in 30cm pots ready to go now.

Liriodendron tulipifera 'Fastigiata'

A really pretty tree and one of our favourites. Being fastigiate it is more upright than wide. It offers big yellowish-green flowers with orange markings and attractive large lime-coloured foliage that turns a golden-yellow in autumn. We have numbers available now in 40cm and 50 litres.

Betula pendula fastigiata

Upright Silver Birch

This tree has an unusual growth habit, the branches intertwine with each other and grow inwards thus producing an erect habit. The leaves are triangular shape and have a serrated edge. They change from green to butter yellow in autumn. The ornamental white trunk sheds in sheets paper thin. It has deep black fissures in the lower trunk. This tree looks fantastic during its dormant period.

Cupressus sempervirens 'glauca'

Italian Pencil Pine

The Italian Pencil Pine is an excellent, low maintenance choice for creating a formal look in areas where space is limited. This variety has a dense, upright, columnar growth habit and requires very little to no pruning to maintain its shape. Foliage is aromatic with a blue-green shade and produces less fruit than many other pencil pine selections.

Callistemon viminalis 'CV01 Slim TM'

This is a narrow growing Bottlebrush great for tight planting spots. It provides all the usual colour and texture qualities of Callistemon, flowering from spring to autumn but with the benefit of being able to use to as a compact alternative in positions that are narrower. Flowers are red and numerous over the warmer months. Of course it can also be used as a screen or hedge to attract birds, bees and butterflies into the garden.


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