Sweet Bay - Laurus nobles. Slender conical form grows into small pyramidal tree. Valued for strongly fragrant foliage, used as flavorful seasoning. Can be sheared into a formal hedge or topiary form. Good in containers. Evergreen. Slow growing to 12 - 15 ft. tall and wide as a shrub; 20 - 35 ft. tall as a tree.
an amazing scent of cinnamon you can smell upon crushing the leaves or brushing up against the plant. Use cinnamon ginger as a ground cover or an accent in shade gardens or wherever you desire a lush and tropical look, no matter how small the space.
Acacia Cognata 'Cousin Itt': (A. subporosa) River wattle. Pendulous branches with glossy lime-green foliage form the soft, graceful habit of this 25’ tree. Pale yellow flowers are produced in late winter. Well-drained soils are recommended but plants will tolerate heavier soils. Requires occasional summer water for best results.