The Coral Cluster Crab Apple is a small compact tree that only grows to 3m tall and 2m wide. The most prolific producer of all the crab apples, with an abundance of pinkish white flowers in Spring, and small pink crap apples in Autumn. The fruit of this variety make fabulous crab apple jelly. The Coral Cluster Crab Apple is a stunning addition to any suburban garden, as a feature or to line driveways. For an avenue we recommend planting these trees 5m apart or for a screen 1.5m apart.
Magnolia Grandiflora 'Teddy Bear' Another new compact form of evergreen magnolia, fragrant white flower, the back of the glossy green leaves are heavily felted coppery velvet, and the leaves themselves are more rounded that 'Kay Parris' or 'Little Gem'. Long flowering, dense foliage like other small forms can be cut back to form a hedge.
Magnolia Grandiflora 'Little Gem' Very popular smaller evergreen magnolia form reaching 5-8m depending on conditions. Large white flowers, useful as a screening tree or as a specimen tree. Widely used. Glossy leaves, underside is a coppery velvet. Widely used as a foliage plant by florists due to the attractive foliage.
The Gorgeous Crab apple is a small to medium sized tree that can grow to tall and wide. This beauty has pure white flowers in Spring and medium sized red fruit in Autumn. Great for making crab apple jelly.
pink wisteria - decaisneana Highly admired, deciduous graceful tree with open growth habit and slender branches. Rapidly growing tree with distinctive white bark at maturity. Foliage turns yellow in autumn. A very hardy tree that is easy to grow. Tolerant of damp conditions, extreme cold and wind exposure. Growth to 8-10m.