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Trees and Shrubs

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Mahonia Aquifolium - Oregon Grape

 

Evergreen shrub related to the barberry it is in no way related to grapes, but gets the name from the purple clusters of berries. Oregon-grape grows to

1 - 5 m tall. Its leathery leaves resemble holly and the stems and twigs

have a thickened,

corky appearance.

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Malus Sylvestris - Crab Apple

 

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Ideal for specimen, hedging and bonsai
Malus sylvestris is a species native to central Europe. Its scientific name means forest apple. The truly wild tree has thorns. The flowers are hermaphrodite and are pollinated by insects.
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Melaleuca Diosmatifolia (Bottlebrush)

 

 

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Rosy Paperbark Myrtle - Hb (1-3m 3-10ft) Australian native which easily tolerates drought. It prefers full sun and has bottle brush flowers which is usually pale to deep mauve. The flowers are followed by small, globular fruits
Melaleuca Diosmatifolia-Bottle Brush
containing many small seeds.

Melaleuca Filifolia - Wiry Honey Myrtle

 

 

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Melaleuca contains 236 species, all of which occur in Australia. The species are shrubs and trees growing (depending on species) to 2 – 30 m tall, often with flaky, exfoliating bark. .
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Melaleuca Fulgens - Scarlet Honey Myrtle

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positions. They are tolerant of at least moderate frost.
Although native to a dry summer climate, both subsp. fulgens and subsp. steedmanii have been grown successfully in the wetter summer conditions of Australia's east coast in well drained, sunny
Melaleuca Fulgens Steedmannii - purple bottle brush

Steedmanns Honey Myrtle  -The Fulgen species is an Australian native that easily tolerates drought. It has bottle brush flowers and prefers full sun. Fulgens steedmanii also has red flowers in shorter bottlebrush clusters.

 

 

 

Melaleuca Fulgens Steedmannii

 

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Melaleuca Fulgens Steedmannii - purple bottle brush

Melaleuca Incana - Grey Paperbark Myrtle

 

Melaleuca incana is one of the most widely cultivated members of the genus and is well established in general horticulture. The species forms a small to medium shrub, usually of weeping growth habit to about 2 - 3 metres.

Flowers are cream or white

and occur in spring.

 

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Melaleuca Radula - Graceful Honey Myrtle

A shrub which is endemic to the south-west of Western Australia. It ranges between 0.3 metres and 2.4 metres in height and has purple, pink or white flowers that appear in winter and spring.

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