Unusual Trees & Shrubs
UNUSUAL TREES & SHRUBS - PERFECT TIME TO PLANT!
Trees and shrubs form the backbone to a garden and, whether large or small, there is usually one to suit the space. They provide structure, all year interest and offer numerous decorative possibilities
“Chilean Fire Bush” Grown for its fabulous, vivid scarlet flowers that appear in late Spring and early Summer; Embothriums love lime free soil and a sheltered position. Ideal for an urban, coastal garden.
“Glasnevin Wine Silk Tassel Bush” A fabulous Garrya hybrid originally identified at the Glasnevin Botanic Gardens in Dublin. A stunning evergreen shrub with gorgeous wine colouring on the new growth, and a wine blush on the catkins. Reaching a height of 3mt Garryas can be trained against a wall and grown as a wall shrub.
“Nepal Laburnum” Stunning vanilla scented, bright yellow flowers in May & June. Loves full sun, well drained soil can be grown as a free standing shrub or trained against a wall to be protected from cold winds.
“Japanese stewartia” A fabulous tree with outstanding spotted bark, beautiful white flowers in summer, Autumn colour that is second to none, ranging from dark scarlet to brilliant burnt orange. Perfect for any size garden.
“Paperbark Maple” Beautiful small spreading deciduous tree with attractive peeling, papery chestnut-brown bark. Stunning autumn foliage turning brilliant red and orange. Fantastic specimen tree.
“Persian Ironwood” A beautiful branched spreading ornamental tree or large shrub, providing interest right throughout the year. Parrotia produces its pinkish red flowers on bare stems in late Winter / early Spring. Amazing Autumn colour!
Cabbage Palm trees are perfect for containers or sunny borders; popular for coastal and city planting.
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