A smaller tree which is more upright than it is wide, forming a tear drop shape with age. It offers the same beautiful characteristics as straight tulipifera but its growth habit is much narrower with erect, upright growing branches. From late spring to summer, large yellowish-green, tulip-like flowers decorated with orange markings appear. In autumn the large lime green leaves turn a rich, golden-yellow before falling. This variety is suitable for smaller gardens due to its narrow growth habit.
|Mature Size||20 x 4m|
|Trees with a fastigiate form are more suitable for small to medium sized gardens as they are narrower. This variety makes a lovely specimen tree in both parks and gardens.|
|Position & Soil|
|Prefers a well drained, fertile, slightly acidic soil in a cooler climate. Avoid harsh windy sites so as not to scorch the leaves.|
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|Based in Melbourne, Australia, our trucks deliver into Melbourne and its greater metropolitan area, Monday to Friday only. We utilise green life freight companies to deliver beyond that point into country Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia and Queensland. We have certification ICA42 for the treatment of Myrtaceae stock delivered into South Australia. Due to quarantine restrictions we are unable to deliver into Western Australia and Tasmania. International delivery is not offered.|
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