400L Combretum erythrophyllum or River Bush-willow, a deciduous tree indigenous to Southern Africa. The fast-growing, medium-sized tree has beautiful autumnal colours and produces creamy flowers. Very useful as a shade tree, the River Bush-willow is also drought and frost-resistant, one of the more adaptable and responsive of the bush-willow species.
Combretum kraussii is a medium to large-sized tree that is fast-growing and reasonably cold resistant. It is mostly evergreen, and turns red-purple in winter. Produces creamy-white flowers. Many different uses.
1000L Milkwood, a small to medium evergreen tree that can grow to a height of 10 - 15m. The dense foliage with black berries and small white flowers makes it an attractive tree for any landscape.
The River Birch is a pyramidal tree with glossy green leaves and yellow fall color. Grows in clumps along streams and swampy areas. Cinnamon-brown to reddish underbark. Easily transplanted into any moist soil. River Birches show good resistance to Bronze Birch borer and Birch leaf miner insects. Zones 4 - 10. You receive 1 1/2 - 2' trees.
Celtis africana There is no doubt that this is an excellent tree to use in a landscape, and it is a rewarding garden tree. It gives shade in summer, and is fast and easy to grow under a wide range of conditions. Grows up to 12m high in a garden.