Acacia aneuraAcacia cognataAcacia longifoliaAcacia melanoxylonAcacia smalliiAcacia stenophyllaAgonis flexuosaAlbizia julibrissinArbutus UnedoArbutus unedo compactaCallistemon ViminalisCallistemon viminalis ‘Slim™’ PP#24,444

Mulga Acacia

Flowering Trees

Flowering Trees

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  • Mulga Acacia

    Acacia aneura

    Moderate-growing evergreen shrub or small tree with an upright, pyramidal to rounded growth habit to 20' tall and wide. This tough, low-maintenance, thornless species forms a moderately-dense canopy of attractive, narrow, grayish-green foliage accented with a profusion of caterpillar-shaped, powder-puff-like bright-yellow flowers that adorn this durable selection from winter to ...[ read more ]

  • Bower Wattle River Wattle

    Acacia cognata

    Fast-growing evergreen tree or large shrub to 20-30’ tall and wide. This tough yet very attractive Australian native features gracefully weeping branches clothed with dense, narrow, billowing bright-green foliage that makes this durable species a visual standout in the landscape. Abundant, lightly-fragrant, powder-puff-like creamy-yellow flowers appear near the branch tips ...[ read more ]

  • Sydney Golden Wattle

    Acacia longifolia

    Fast-growing evergreen shrub or small tree with a mounding growth habit to 15-20' tall and wide. This tough, low-maintenance, drought-tolerant Australian native can be grown as a single trunk tree but is more commonly left un-pruned to achieve its dense, bushy growth habit. Lance-shaped, light-green leaves are accented with lightly-fragrant, ...[ read more ]

  • Blackwood Acacia

    Acacia melanoxylon

    Fast-growing evergreen tree with an upright growth-habit to 40' tall x 20' wide. This tough, low-maintenance, drought-tolerant species forms a slightly-pyramidal to rounded crown of narrow, medium-green leaves accented with creamy-white, powder-puff-like flowers that appear near the branch tips late-winter into spring. Flowers are followed by interesting, curly, light-brown seed ...[ read more ]

  • Acacia smallii

    Moderately fast-growing deciduous tree to 15-30’ tall x 15-25’ wide. Highly popular in arid climates, this attractive species is vase-shaped in youth, to eventually develop an airy, more rounded canopy with age. Thorned-branches clothed with small bright-green leaves are accented with fragrant, powder-puff-like golden-yellow flowers that appear in early to ...[ read more ]

  • Acacia stenophylla

    Moderately fast-growing evergreen tree to 20-30’ tall x 10-20’ wide. This tough yet very attractive Australian native features gracefully weeping branches clothed with long, narrow, slightly-curled, silvery-blue foliage that makes this durable species a visual standout in the landscape. Small, lightly-fragrant, powder-puff-like creamy-yellow flowers appear late-winter into spring, followed by ...[ read more ]

  • Agonis flexuosa

    Evergreen fast growing willow-like small tree spreading 30' tall and 30' wide. Leaves are 6"" long and smell of peppermint when crushed. It blooms in late spring with small white flowers in profusion. It prefers full sun to partial shade with regular to little water when established.  Non-aggressive roots.

  • Albizia julibrissin

    Deciduous tree with fast growth up to 40' tall and 60' wide. The foliage is pale chartreuse green with a fern like light sensitive leaves. In summer puffs of pinks flowers appear above the foliage followed by seed pods. Prefers high summer heat. Full sun to partial shade with regular ...[ read more ]

  • Strawberry Tree

    Arbutus Unedo

    Evergreen tree with slow growth up to 35'. The leaves are a glossy deep green with red stems trunk and branches have rich reddish brown peeling bark. Flowers are clusters of pale pink urn shaped later forming round fruit that changes from yellow to red and is edible.Arbutus unedo is ...[ read more ]

  • Dwarf Strawberry Tree

    Arbutus unedo compacta

    Evergreen shrub with slow growth up to 10'. The leaves are a glossy deep green with red stems trunk and branches have rich reddish brown peeling bark. Flowers are clusters of pale pink urn shaped later forming round fruit that changes from yellow to red and is edible.

  • Weeping Bottlebrush

    Callistemon Viminalis

    Weeping bottlebrush is a beautiful flowering tropical tree or large shrub that boasts a springtime of scarlet blossoms. An attractive tree even when not in bloom this bottlebrush grows to a height of about 20 ft. forming a wide rounded crown if the lower branches are pruned off. Brilliant red ...[ read more ]

  • Callistemon viminalis ‘Slim™’ PP#24,444

    Fast-growing, large evergreen shrub or small tree to 8-10’ tall x 3-4’ wide. With its neat and narrow growth-habit, this selection is perfect for tight areas that might not accommodate broader-growing varieties. A good substitute for Syzygium myrtifolia. Attractive gray-green foliage is accented with hummingbird-attracting, bottlebrush-like, vivid red blooms that ...[ read more ]

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