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Spring Feature Trees

Here are our feature tree selections, ready now for planting. Be quick to secure this material.

Callistemon citrinus 'Kings Park Special'

This native shrub or small tree is very hardy and adaptable to a wide range of locations and soils. It is generally trouble-free, growing to about 4m high and 2m across. The flowers appear as beautiful crimson spikes which are borne in spring and summer. Requiring little to no maintenance, this variety flowers over a lengthy period and the slender, green foliage forms a neat, rounded appearance.

Eucalyptus leucoxylon 'Rosea'

Red Flowering Yellow Gum

This tree has a smooth trunk with cream to grey coloured bark which sheds in flakes. It has narrow shaped green leaves and as it matures, forms a large open canopy. From Autumn to Spring, an abundance of red flowers appear in clusters of three attracting a variety of birdlife.

Magnolia grandiflora 'Teddy Bear'

This is an evergreen, upright growing magnolia reaching 4m. Being naturally dense in habit, with a tight, compact form, it is ideal used as an informal hedge. Leaves are large and rounded - glossy and dark green on top with felted, bronze undersides. Gloriously large white flowers appear during the warmer months from late spring through to autumn.

Malus ioensis 'plena'

Iowa Crab Apple

Hardy and highly ornamental, this tree is a beautiful specimen, producing masses of gorgeous, fragrant double pink spring blossoms. Small, rounded purple fruits follow the flowers, accompanied by soft, narrow foliage with serrated margins which form a weeping habit. In autumn, the leaves colour up to a combination of burnt orange and reds before falling. Growing to only 6m in ideal conditions, it makes a fabulous small feature tree in landscapes where space is limited.

Pyrus calleryana 'Cleveland Select'

Ornamental Pear

A medium sized, fast growing tree with a 3-6m spread and symmetrical, pyramid shape. Branches grow dense and upright, making this variety particularly useful where space is a little more limited. This tree has fantastic scarlet red hues during Autumn and puts on yet another show in spring with an abundance of brilliant white blooms followed by brown coloured fruits. Although this variety thrives in well drained, rich soils, it will also adapt well to a range of soils including areas with heavy soils suffering from occasional wet to dryer conditions.

Prunus serrulata 'Shirotae' (Weeping Standard)

'Mt Fuji' Grafted Weeping Ornamental Cherry

A very popular feature tree for small gardens. This deciduous, ornamental cherry develops a spreading flat crown with branches that droop down slightly. A beautiful display of pure white, semi double blossoms cover the tree in early to mid-spring, followed by finely serrated, pale green leaves which darken to mid green over the warmer months. In autumn, foliage turns shades of orange and red.


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