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Shrubs 4

Common name. Lily Pilly - Captain Cook


Botanical name. Syzygium Australe


Description. The Captain Cook Lilly Pilly has slightly pink/red leaves and non-invasive roots. Can be shaped to hedges. May bear pink fruit. Grows to 2m high, 1.2m wide.


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Common name. Lily Pilly - Express


Botanical name. Syzygium Australe


Description. The Express Lilly Pilly has dark green leaves and non-invasive roots. Can be shaped to tall hedges, loves full sun. May bear pink fruit. Grows to 4m high, 1.5m wide.


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Common name.       Lily Pilly - Hinterland Gold


Botanical name.        Syzygium Australe


Description. The Hinterland Gold Lilly Pilly has gold leaves and non-invasive roots. Can be shaped to tall hedges. May bear pink fruit. Grows to 4m high, 1.5m wide.


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Common name. Lily Pilly - Small Leaf


Botanical name. Syzygium Luehmannii


Description. The Small Leaf Lilly Pilly has small, green/pink leaves and non-invasive roots. A tall decorative tree can be hedged. May bear pink fruit. Grows to 7m high, 3m wide.


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Common name. Lily Pilly - Tiny Trev


Botanical name. Syzygium Australe


Description. The Tiny Trev Lilly Pilly has small, red/green leaves and non-invasive roots. May bear pink fruit. Grows to 1m high, 1m wide.


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Common name.       Little Gem - Magnolia


Botanical name.        Magnolia grandiflora


Description. The Magnolia Little Gem has a dense growth habit and is frost tolerant when grown. Grows to 4m high.


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Common name. Lily Pilly - Small Leaf


Botanical name. Syzygium Luehmannii


Description. The Small Leaf Lilly Pilly has small, green/pink leaves and non-invasive roots. A tall decorative tree can be hedged. May bear pink fruit. Grows to 7m high, 3m wide.


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Common name. Indian Hawthorn


Botanical name. Raphiolepis indica


Description. The The Indian Hawthorn can be trimmed into small compact hedges or balls for foundation plants. Grows to 2m - 4m high.


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Common name. Metrosideros Figi Fire


Botanical name. Metrosideros "fiji fire"


Description. The Metrosideros Figi Fire has bright clumped growth making it a great hedging shrub. Use neutral to acid soil and likes dry periods. Grows to 3m high and 2m wide.


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Common name. Metrosideros Thomasii


Botanical name. Metrosideros "thomasii New Zealand Christmas"


Description. The Metrosideros Thomasii makes a great hedge because it is thick . Likes Moist Well Drain conditions and avoiding frost. Grows to 5m high and 5m wide.


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Common name. Mock Orange


Botanical name. Marraya paniculata


Description. The Mock Orange bear small fruit that resembles cumquats. Grows to 7m high.


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Common name.         Palm Lilly - Red


Botanical name.        Cordyline fruitcosa rubra


Description. The palm lilly has green elliptic leaves and grows easily from seeds. Grows to 4m high. Also comes in Red Sister varrient


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Common name. Pink Duranta


Botanical name. Duranta erecta


Description. The Pink Duranta is a tropical shrub that requires well drained soil, do not over water. Grows to 1-3m high.


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Common name. Red Devil Bottle Brush


Botanical name. Callistemon "Red Devil"


Description. The Red Devil Bottle Brush has flowers with multiple heads on branch terminals and are bright red with yellow tips. Has strong leaves and makes a nice screen. Grows to 1.5m - 2m high.


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Common name. Red Robin


Botanical name. Photinia fraseri


Description. The Red Robin is the most widely planted of the Photinia genesis. Grows to 2m - 5m high.


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