24” box evergreen trees
|Acacia baileyana Evergreen tree with fragrant yellow clusters of flowers it will bloom early to mid-winter. the foliage is a feathery grey blue creating a graceful tree as a single or multi-trunked specimen. It can grow up to 30' tall and 40' wide. It prefers full sun and tolerates little to no water when established.||1|
|Eucalyptus Citriodora Eucalyptus Citriodora native to Australia is a lemon-scented gum tree. It grows as a tall slender broadleaf evergreen tree. It can reach 60-100 ft. tall in its native habitat. Notable features are smooth gray bark and narrow pointed yellowish-green leaves that are lemon-scented. Small white flowers rarely appear on young trees. Seedlings can grow rapidly to 6-8’ tall in one season. The tree shape is spreading with high arching branches at maturity. Eucalyptus Citriodora likes full sun medium moisture and in well-drained soils. It tolerates drought well.||1|
|Eucalyptus polyanthemos Eucalyptus polyanthemos (Silver Dollar Eucalyptus) is a good “specimen” tree with trailing silver foliage and an upright growing habit. You will occasionally hear of eucalyptus polyanthemos being called Red Box. This eucalyptus is drought tolerant once established and does well with just the seasonal rain. Eucalyptus polyanthemos gets tall but many trim it to a smaller size. It needs to be trimmed yearly to prevent power line intrusions. Young trees have roundish silvery leaves thus the name Silver Dollar Eucalyptus. Many floral arrangements use the leaves for a colorful contrast. Mature leaves become gray green and lance shaped. Trees have soothing fluttery leaf wind movement and rustling sound. Small white flowers and tiny seed pods form in early spring.||1|
Magnolia ‘Claudia Wannamaker’
Magnolia ‘Claudia Wannamaker’ is a magnolia grandiflora cultivar that grows in a broad pyramidal canopy form. It is excellent for screening or grown as a shrub it is useful for attractive hedges. It blooms with white fragrant flowers early in the life of the tree and it has a long flowering season. As with many hybrid magnolias it has exceptionally dark green glossy leaves. If it ever needs to be moved ‘Claudia Wannamaker’ is considered easier to transplant than most.