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Damio Oak (Quercus dentata)

$24.95 - $34.95
Native to East Asia, Japan, Korea and China, Quercus dentata is a deciduous tree to 20+ metres tall and 10-15 metres spread. Notable for its large leaves. In cultivation can be smaller than in its natural range.  Strong landscape amenity...

English Oak (Quercus robur)

$29.95 - $39.95
The English Oak (Quercus robur) is one of our favourite ornamental trees. The broad reaching branches can be left from ground level or pruned at the trunk to allow access under the tree.The new lobed leaves in spring are bright green and then darken...

Indian Bean Tree (Catalpa bignonioides)

$27.50 - $37.50
The Indian Bean Tree (Catalpa bignonioides) is a large deciduous tree native to south eastern USA. Its large broad leaves (up to 20 cm across) are green on top and fuzzy below. Leaves produce a funky smell when bruised. The fragrant flowers are very...

Indian Horse Chestnut (Aesculus indica)

$27.50 - $37.50
The Indian Horse-chestnut, Aesculus indica, is a large attractive ornamental deciduous tree from northwestern Himalayas.  It has large compound leaves shaped like a hand, that emerge in spring. The leaflets point downwards forming an attractive...

Just Nuts - book

Successfully grow a range of nut trees with Allen Gilbert's great advice and information. Covers the cultivation and uses of: Almonds; Brazil Nuts; Cashew Nuts; Chestnuts; Coconuts; Hazelnuts; Macadamias; Pecans; Pistachios; Walnuts; and a range of other...
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Magnus Black Currant

Ribes nigrum ‘Magnus’European Blackcurrant ‘Magnus’ Extremely hardy, upright bush with large fruit, high in Vitamin C. • Pollination Group: self-fertile so other pollinators not needed • Uses: eating, cooking,...

Manchurian Pear (Pyrus ussuriensis)

The Manchurian Pear (Pyrus ussuriensis) has been widely grown in Australia due to its adaptability, masses of spring blossom, summer glossy green foliage and stunning autumn colour. This Asian deciduous tree is easily pruned to shape, although not...

Self-pollinating Almond

Produces sweet flavoured almonds in an easily cracked shell. Requires only a single tree for fruit set. (generic image used GNU Free Documentation License) Harvest: late February - late March Pollenisers: self-pollinating