This week's ABC'S of Exotic Trees focuses on the Ficus microcarpa or the Hills Weeping Fig. This tree is an evergreen that is small to medium-sized with a dense, spreading crown. It is known to grow up to 25 metres tall, succeeds in full sun to partial shade and prefers a moist, fertile soil. It is a shade tree and is widely planted in South East Asia and other tropical regions. We currently stock 40L, 100L, 200L and 400L. Check out our website for more information…

This week's ABC'S of Exotic Trees focuses on the Ficus microcarpa or the Hills Weeping Fig. This tree is an evergreen that is small to medium-sized with a dense, spreading crown. It is known to grow up to 25 metres tall, succeeds in full sun to partial shade and prefers a moist, fertile soil. It is a shade tree and is widely planted in South East Asia and other tropical regions. We currently stock 40L, 100L, 200L and 400L. Check out our website for more information…

Todays ABC's of Exotic tress explores the Cupressus leylandii or Leyland Cypress. This evergreen tree is known to grow to heights of 15 metres over a number of years. They grow fast and are thick which means they can be used to achieve privacy. The shallow root structure also means that it is poorly adapted to areas with hot summers. We currently have the 40L in stock...

Todays ABC's of Exotic tress explores the Cupressus leylandii or Leyland Cypress. This evergreen tree is known to grow to heights of 15 metres over a number of years. They grow fast and are thick which means they can be used to achieve privacy. The shallow root structure also means that it is poorly adapted to areas with hot summers. We currently have the 40L in stock...

This week's ABC's of Exotic Trees focuses on the Citrus x sinensis or Washington Navel. Known as the oldest and most popular tree grown in Australia, the Citrus x sinensis prefers sub-tropical temperatures and can reach up to 2-5m in height. It grows beautifully in full sunlight and is sure to brighten up any landscape! We currently stock 100L of this tree.

This week's ABC's of Exotic Trees focuses on the Citrus x sinensis or Washington Navel. Known as the oldest and most popular tree grown in Australia, the Citrus x sinensis prefers sub-tropical temperatures and can reach up to 2-5m in height. It grows beautifully in full sunlight and is sure to brighten up any landscape! We currently stock 100L of this tree.

Let's continue with the ABC's of Exotic Trees. Today we're exploring the Citrus limon or Eureka Lemon. This evergreen originally comes from Asia and is commercially grown in countries with warmer climates worldwide. They can reach up to 6m and have stout spines and of course their popular fruit lemons. When full of lemons it's bound to make an eye-catching tree especially in smaller gardens, it can also be used as a shade tree all year round. We currently stock 40L, 100L, 200L and 400L.

Let's continue with the ABC's of Exotic Trees. Today we're exploring the Citrus limon or Eureka Lemon. This evergreen originally comes from Asia and is commercially grown in countries with warmer climates worldwide. They can reach up to 6m and have stout spines and of course their popular fruit lemons. When full of lemons it's bound to make an eye-catching tree especially in smaller gardens, it can also be used as a shade tree all year round. We currently stock 40L, 100L, 200L and 400L.

ABC's of Exotic Trees continue with the Ceratonia siliqua or Carob Tree. This evergreen originally comes from the Mediterranean region and can reach up to 15m. The hardy, drought-tolerant Carob should be planted in sunny positions and requires well-drained soil. Most commonly known for its delicious and nutrious fruit, the Carob tree also forms part of the pea family! We currently stock 400L & 1000L...

ABC's of Exotic Trees continue with the Ceratonia siliqua or Carob Tree. This evergreen originally comes from the Mediterranean region and can reach up to 15m. The hardy, drought-tolerant Carob should be planted in sunny positions and requires well-drained soil. Most commonly known for its delicious and nutrious fruit, the Carob tree also forms part of the pea family! We currently stock 400L & 1000L...

his deciduous tree is part of the hemp family and originally is found in parts of China and Korea. A large tree, it can reach up to 20m and this beautiful tree grows well in any soil type, providing shade in summer and light in winter. Fast-growing and very effective as a screen or avenue, this tree can be pruned and shaped easily when young. This is a large tree and should not be planted too close to buildings or roads. Its edible fruit and attractive appearance make it an all-round winner!

his deciduous tree is part of the hemp family and originally is found in parts of China and Korea. A large tree, it can reach up to 20m and this beautiful tree grows well in any soil type, providing shade in summer and light in winter. Fast-growing and very effective as a screen or avenue, this tree can be pruned and shaped easily when young. This is a large tree and should not be planted too close to buildings or roads. Its edible fruit and attractive appearance make it an all-round winner!

The Carya illinoinensis is actually a species of hickory, native to Mexico and southcentral, southeastern regions of the United States. The large deciduous tree can reach up to 10m. Often low-branched, this tree grows best in sun with well-drained, moist soil.

The Carya illinoinensis is actually a species of hickory, native to Mexico and southcentral, southeastern regions of the United States. The large deciduous tree can reach up to 10m. Often low-branched, this tree grows best in sun with well-drained, moist soil.

eet the Betula pendula or the Silver Birch. Native to Europe and parts of Asia, the medium-sized deciduous tree gets its common name from the attractive white bark that develops as the tree ages. The Betula pendula grows best in bright light and likes dry, acidic soils. It works well in parks and gardens as a feature tree. Fun fact: The silver birch is Finland's national tree!

eet the Betula pendula or the Silver Birch. Native to Europe and parts of Asia, the medium-sized deciduous tree gets its common name from the attractive white bark that develops as the tree ages. The Betula pendula grows best in bright light and likes dry, acidic soils. It works well in parks and gardens as a feature tree. Fun fact: The silver birch is Finland's national tree!

ABC's of Exotic Trees continue with the Caesalpinia ferrea (now known as the Libidibia ferrea). Also known as the Leopard Tree, this tree is originally from Brazil and Bolivia. This evergreen can reach up to 15m and has a broad, flat-topped crown. It makes an attractive feature tree with its ornamental patterned bark, which is the reason behind its common name 'Leopard Tree'. With acacia-like foliage, this tree produces a beautiful yellow flower in the summer.

ABC's of Exotic Trees continue with the Caesalpinia ferrea (now known as the Libidibia ferrea). Also known as the Leopard Tree, this tree is originally from Brazil and Bolivia. This evergreen can reach up to 15m and has a broad, flat-topped crown. It makes an attractive feature tree with its ornamental patterned bark, which is the reason behind its common name 'Leopard Tree'. With acacia-like foliage, this tree produces a beautiful yellow flower in the summer.

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