Eucalyptus forrestiana this small low-maintenance, drought tolerant, tree makes a truly showy specimen for a small garden or a street planting. Growing to 12’ with a rounded shape. Yellow filaments/flowers emerge from buds in large bunches for months in Summer; and the attractive pods remain for months after. Drought tolerant once established, needs no fertilizer & is both wind & clay soil tolerant, though well-drained soil is usually recommended. Frost hardy to 23-27°F.

Eucalyptus forrestiana this small low-maintenance, drought tolerant, tree makes a truly showy specimen for a small garden or a street planting. Growing to 12’ with a rounded shape. Yellow filaments/flowers emerge from buds in large bunches for months in Summer; and the attractive pods remain for months after. Drought tolerant once established, needs no fertilizer & is both wind & clay soil tolerant, though well-drained soil is usually recommended. Frost hardy to 23-27°F.

Tropical almond (Terminalia catappa) The Tropical Almond tree, also known as Indian Almond

Tropical almond (Terminalia catappa) The Tropical Almond tree, also known as Indian Almond

Acer negundo is a species of maple native to North America. Box elder, boxelder maple, ash-leaved Maple, and maple ash are its most common names in the United States; in Britain and Ireland it is also known as ashleaf maple.

Acer negundo is a species of maple native to North America. Box elder, boxelder maple, ash-leaved Maple, and maple ash are its most common names in the United States; in Britain and Ireland it is also known as ashleaf maple.

Magnolia Flower Color Meanings: White: represents the moon, any lunar goddess and for spells cast on Mondays Yellow: represents the sun, any solar goddess or god and for spells case on Sundays Pink: represents the feminine, friends and love. Spells using pink flowers are best cast on Friday, the day belonging to love goddesses like Venus or Aphrodite. Purple: associated with royalty since Roman times, is best for spells dealing with governments.

Magnolia Flower Color Meanings: White: represents the moon, any lunar goddess and for spells cast on Mondays Yellow: represents the sun, any solar goddess or god and for spells case on Sundays Pink: represents the feminine, friends and love. Spells using pink flowers are best cast on Friday, the day belonging to love goddesses like Venus or Aphrodite. Purple: associated with royalty since Roman times, is best for spells dealing with governments.

American Elm

American Elm

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