A beautiful stately conifer originating from Chile, Argentina & Brazil.
A cone shaped specimen tree with dark green pointed foliage.
Related to the Monkey Puzzle tree, Araucaria angustifolia, (also known as Parana pine, Brazilian pine or Candelabra tree) is a critically endangered species in the conifer genus Araucaria.
Grows 3m tall by 2m wide in the first 10 years in good conditions.
An extraordinary, broad pyramidal tree with rich, glossy green prickly foliage. A very formal and stately specimen tree.
Grows to 2m high x 1m in the first 10 years.
An unusual broad pyramidal tree with rich glossy green prickly foliage held in large bunches at the branch ends. A spectacular specimen tree from Bunya mountains QLD. Suited to larger gardens.
Grows to 2.5m high x 1.5m wide in the first 10 years.
Stately pyramidal tree of blue-green needle like foliage. Often used for bonsai. An excellent specimen tree for the larger garden.
Grows to 3m high x 1.5m wide in the first 10 years
Beautiful pyramid of striking blue foliage. A classic specimen tree for the garden. Often used for bonsai.
Grows to 3m high x 1.5m wide in the first 10 years.
A beautiful, large, evergreen tree with a pendulous habit. The needle-like leaves are blue-green when young and turn a deep green as they mature. A majestic lawn specimen suited to large tubs when young.
Grows to 5m high x 3m wide in the first 10 years.
Improved form of Indian Gold Cedar. Pyramidal tree, branches weeping at the tips. Classic feature tree for larger gardens.
4m high x 2m wide in the first 10 years.
Improved selection of Kashmir Cypress. Graceful pyramidal tree of pendulous silver-blue flat foliage cascading to the ground. Elegant specimen tree. Must be grafted for wind stability.
Grows to 5m high x 2m wide in the first 10 years.
Magnificent cone of bright silver-blue foliage. Brightest of the species, an excellent hardy specimen or windbreak tree.
Grows to 5m high x 2.5m wide in the first 10 years.
A graceful tree of fine, thread-like pendulous golden foliage. Classic specimen for the larger position.
Grows to 5-6m high x 2-3m wide in the first 10 years.
A beautiful conical tree that produces large, fan shaped, lush green leaves turning a spectacular golden-yellow in Autumn. Superb specimen tree.
Grows to 4m high x 2m wide in the first 10 years.
Improved selection of Maidenhair Tree. A deciduous tree with strong golden Autumn colour. It is a male clone so therefore doesn't produce fruit. A very delicate and beautiful specimen tree.
Improved selection of Maidenhair Tree. Deciduous tree, strong golden Autumn colour. Slow growing column with an enormous number of branchlets. It is a male clone so therefore doesn't produce fruit. Excellent specimen for smaller sites.
Grows to 2.5m high x 1m wide in the first 10 years.
Improved selection of Maidenhair Tree. Deciduous tree with gorgeous golden colour in Autumn. It is a male clone so therefore doesn't produce fruit. A densely leafed and beautiful specimen tree.
Deciduous conifer that is hardy and fast growing. Its green, feathery, fern-like foliage turns into a mixture of yellow, pink and red in Autumn. Excellent specimen tree that prefers a damp site.
Grows to 5m high x 2-3m wide in the first 10 years.
Beautiful golden form of the Chinese Dawn Redwood. A gorgeous, vigorous, conical tree with golden fern like foliage. Yellow, pink and red Autumn tones. Excellent specimen tree.
5 metres tall x 2.5 metres wide in the first 10 years.
Medium to large pyramidal tree of horizontally layered branches. Excellent specimen tree.
Grows to 3m high x 1.5m wide in the first 10 years.
An extremely beautiful, slow growing tree. Long pendulous branchlets of fresh, light green foliage in Spring through to dark green in Winter. A most elegant spruce suited to larger gardens and parks.
An extremely attractive pyramid of silver-blue needle-like foliage. A compact and most desirable contrast specimen for the larger garden. It is hardy and therefore a great screen or long term windbreak.
Beautiful blue-grey pyramidal form of Korean Pine. Full, dense foliage often banded with gold in warmer climates. Excellent feature plant.
Beautiful and versatile pine, used in oriental gardens, bonsai and topiary work in Japan for many centuries. Distinct white buds, dark green needles and rugged framework. Very hardy, doing well in poor, sandy conditions.
Grows to 3-3.5m high x 1.5-2m wide in the first 10 years.
Beautiful golden foliaged form of Japanese Black Pine. Distinct white buds and rugged framework. Very hardy, doing well in poor, sandy conditions. Ideal feature plant.
Grows to 3m high x 1.8m wide in the first 10 years.
Dense compact form of Japanese Black Pine. Dark green needles with standout white candle buds. Beautiful small tree ideal for Japanese gardens, bonsai, or for pruning into cloud shaped topiary.
Grows to 2m high x 1.5m wide in the first 10 years.
Beautiful cream variegated form of Himalayan White Pine. Ideal feature tree for the larger garden. Hardy conifer which requires low water use once established.
Tall conical stately tree with horizontal branches to ground level and showy green foliage. Beautiful specimen for larger gardens. An ideal farm boundary tree in cooler zones. Fast growing.
4m high x 2m wide in the first 10 years
Tall, conical, evergreen tree with deep fissured, spongy bark. Leaves are similar to Cypress and are green to blue-green in colour. Magnificent stately specimen tree for large properties.
Grows to 3.5-5m high x 2-3m wide in the first 10 years.
A tall, pyramidal tree with fern-like foliage and slightly drooping branches. Fibrous reddish-brown bark. An excellent specimen for large gardens and parks.
Grows to 3.5-5m high x 1.5-2m wide in the first 10 years.
A strikingly beautiful conifer and the most suitable for wet soils. A deciduous tree, with fine, fern-like foliage turning a spectacular yellow and orange-brown Autumn colour. New foliage is fresh green. Produces root protrusions known as 'Cypress Knees', which rise above the ground when planted in or near water.
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