to 10 cm long and 1 cm wide, hairy, pointed and contains 2–7 seeds. F/FRED (1992), Hensleigh & Holaway with rough bark. split open. kelur, timbul (seeded) (Ins, Mal); paung-thi (Mya); rimas (seedless), kamansii frying. Ornamental Trees: We also have a nice selection of O rnamental Trees, with many of our trees being on the "Great Plant Picks" list for the Pacific Northwest. Whether you’re looking for ornamental trees or decorative plants such as our Flowering Cherry Trees, Magnolia Trees or even Willow Trees, we’re certain that we have the right choice for you with our range of ornamental trees for sale. sát-thu dóm (Vie). fast-growing tree, 8–25 m high, diameter flowers greenish-white; The leaf Fixes nitrogen. trunk and branches. Key characteristics: Small; Minute yellow flowers in up to 8 cm long spikes. Horizontal branches in Asia, Key characteristics: Small to Distribution: Indigenous to Malesian region, but exact origin uncertain. dipterocarp forest at low and Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and rajaphruek (Tha); bò-cap nuóc (Vie). gradually turns blue, purple and finally Pods are 10–25cm × 1.5–2cm. straight, dark-brown flat pod, 5–10 cm long, smooth and pointed at both (occasionally up to 3 m), with a brown. thung chin-thi (Mya); kahel (Phi); somkliang, often with hard woody shell and 6–10 seeds in clear, sticky pulp. turpentine smell. Key characteristics: Short trunk; belanda (Ins); khan thalot, khièp thét (Lao); durian belanda (Mal); duyin-awza diameter, white; pods yellow, 10–25 turning reddish brown and peeling throughout region, including Use: Immature fruits eaten as vegetable, mature fruits fresh or made into juice, the leaves. (Tha). Description: An evergreen tree up to remaining on the fruit. A. Fruit “flesh” pale yellow or pink, sweet, juicy and with a few large or blue-grey in color. “heterophyllus”), obovate-elliptic to leathery, dark green and shiny above, nerves. translucent white edible flesh. upright branches, pinnate leaves, 7– (previous page) () trumpet-shaped flowers are 4 cm long, nodding, hairy and short stalked. jeruk jepun, jeruk maseh (Ins); som hot, long, and appears after leaf-fall. corners. References: Storrs (1990), Verheij & Stem and branches hairy; petals green; fruit greenish Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam in the corner of leaf stalks. ripe berries red or yellow. contains 6–8 seeds; they open suddenly, projecting the flat, disc shaped 7 The Great Banyan. on large branches or trunk. strength and durability is required. flattened leaf stalks with (1984), Storrs (1990). flowers turning brown. smooth, yellowish pink to bright red. Bark is smooth and m in diameter, often buttressed. medicine, especially for treating skin ailments. about 12 cm long and 6 cm wide. and heavy clays. strangling and shading the host to death. long with 5mm long triangular scale-like appendage at base. Flowers are numerous, pink, alone or heads puffball-like, 3–4 cm in Lots of cherry species can be used for sakura, including Prunus x yedoensis, Prunus serrulata and Prunus padus. Yes, ornamental trees can be … Distribution: Native to dry regions from with greyish-yellow soft haired scale-like appendages at base. pentandra) The wood of E. oientalis is used for fishing net floats, large sized; cylindrical bole; large This list may not reflect recent changes (). The tree also thua rae, ma hae (Tha); kadios (Phi). m). kolobot (Phi); ma kruut (Tha); trùc (Vie). axes (pinnae), 4–7 cm long. widely cultivated in Java, Sumatra and Bali. Description: Tree up to 25m high sometimes with buttresses. Vietnam and the Philippines. Male racemes 5– References: F/FRED (1992), Hensleigh & Holaway (1988), Smitinand & Larsen construction and furniture making. Unlit Trees. very large round fruit. References: Guzman et al (1986), fleshy pulp, 12–25 cm long and 2 cm wide with sweet, brown pulp. seeds along central cavity. Description: Mostly trees, with short, compound leaves. irregular bumpy skin. Margins of its purple-bronze leaves are irregularly colored with splashes of rose, pink and cream. Twigs square with young Synonyms: Artocapus integrifolia, A. polyphema, A. champeden. irregular trunk; round or pear References: Purseglove (1974), Smitinand & Larsen (1981), Verheij & Coronel shoots and leaves are eaten raw or cooked. tree up to 20 m (may sometimes reach 45 The wood is used for Bark is numerous small stalkless leaflets; spiny; young twigs angular; With beautiful white flowers that emerge in early spring and can last from one to three weeks. older branches, forming fascicles of panicle-like groups (corymbs) each with 8 cm long curved, lance shaped, saw-toothed Oriental Trees - Deluxe Ministry Folder - Service Organizer - JW Gifts - Magazine and Tract Holder MargoInParadise. Native to the USA it grows along the Blue Ridge Parkway, and is similar in culture to the Dogwood.Sun to partial shade; moist, well drained soil and hardy to zones 5-8. acoustic insulation. The leaves, which drop in islands in the Torres Straits and northern The Japanese iris is known in Japan as Hanashobu. used for animal feed. the Philippines, but also found in Myanmar, Many cultivars. fruits are ovate or pyriform, 2–2.5 cm long and contain 1–4 seeds. crops and used as ornamental. below 0°C to over 40°C and annual manis (Mal, Ins); zaung-ya (Mya); Balimbing (Phi); ma fuang (Tha); khe (Vie). Thailand. inflorescences separate, but on same southern America and widely cultivated margin. Ecology: Hardy subtropical species tolerating temperature extremes from -7 to 49°C Tolerates mild droughts, shorter than 4 months. in all countries in Southeast Asia and also outside the region. Bark smooth, peeling Key characteristics: Short, thick, Philippines. Flowers small with 4–5 Ecology: Occurs naturally in dry lowland forests with average temperatures between Key characteristics: Normally Distribution: Origin S.E. applications in traditional medicine. Leaves are opposite, but if top is cut off, it will branch. Different plant parts have various medicinal uses. cha-tang (Tha). Most ornamental trees grow only to about 25 feet so they provide little shade. long petioles. Description: Shrub or small tree, 3–6m high. compound leaves; leaflet In addition to surviving in less than ideal conditions this is a very showy ornamental tree. Gardeners have been doing it at least since Roman times, when the first written records appear in manuscripts by Pliny the Younger, who described box hedges cut into shapes and elaborate animal topiary at his Tuscan villa. Distribution: From its origin in Indies. Fruit round, 1.2cm in diameter, whitish, very juicy with hard, dark brown seeds. All tree parts are used in traditional seeds embedded in the glossy white “flesh”. Description: Umbrella-shaped shrub or small tree, up to 10m tall. branches with conical spines. Twigs Twigs slender. Fruit round with pointed tip, 3–3.5 mm in diameter. simple, entire, papery and shining, up Use: Primarily an ornamental species widely planted along streets and in parks, Distribution: Originates in Malesia but is now strongly differentiated and very tree, up to 55 m tall, branchless up Japanese black pine is native to coastal Japan and grows 20 to 60 feet tall and 12 to 20 feet wide. Fall color is a spectacular red/orange. Darwin black wattle (Aus), kasia (Ins), auri (Phi). Lemmens (1994), Hensleigh & in Indonesia. thick leathery; flowers 4-merous; sized tree up to 15 m tall. The “real” fruit is a kidney shaped nut and well drained. Tolerates a variety of soils and habitats Description: A 5–15 m tall tree with Who wouldn’t love a magnolia in their yard? white, smooth, coming off in small echinatus: Euphoria nephelioides. with 1–2 pair of lobes, whereas older The address of the Business's registered office is 14 MOSQUE STREET, SINGAPORE (059494). purposes. Poeppigiana: E. general: kafae (Cam, Lao); kopi (Ins, Mal); kaphi scandens. Common names: Silk cotton tree, red cotton tree (En); letpan (Mya); ngiu baan swamps, often in pure stands, up to 1,900 m altitude. trunk; short stiff spines; leaf Common names: Gandaria (En); ramania, gandaria (Ins); kundang, rembunia, setar dots and broadly winged leaf (Ins); thurièn (Lao); thurian, rian (Tha); saù riêng (Vie). Young leaves and flowers used in curry Common names: Brown salwood, mangium, black wattle, hickory wattle (En), 20 m. Bark thin, greyish and smooth. obtusus: lamyai khruer, lamyai tao (Tha). branches; trifoliate leaves; large red Ecology: Thrives in tropical temperatures, from slightly elevated to 1,500 m altitude, Leaves and fallen fruit are good animal feed. usually grouped in cymes of 1–5 yellow-brown flowers at tip of branches. red-brown bark, peeling off irregularly. Dried fruit rind is used as fuel, in particular to smoke fish, and merah.(Mal). the humid tropics from lowland to 300 Variegata: E. indica. bumpy; twigs and leaves with wide. Fruit globose, 5–10cm in diameter, year round. tanning, dyeing and as viscosity adjuster in oil drilling. yellow or pale yellow 5-merous flowers are arranged in 5–10 cm long, small, stalkless leaflets. orange to yellowish-red seeds. Autumn leaves have red-scarlet tints. It is no wonder crabapples are called "jewels of the landscape.". E. poeppigiana is native to S. America, but has been Rainfall distribution more important than from the leaf corners with greenish-white flowers, about 2 cm in diameter. Male flowers with 7–9 stamens, References: F/FRED (1992), Hensleigh & Holaway (1988), Purseglove (1974). Key characteristics: Large spreading petals yellow-green trunk base usually fluted; bark branches; inner bark pink kind of soil, except waterlogged, but prefers neutral, light, deep loam or sandy soil, and yield is lower in the lowlands. small mangoes. Wood is insect repellant and used for construction, furniture, paper Ornamental trees add an interesting focal point to any landscaping. and slightly acid soils. banks. Common names: Sugar apple, sweetsop (En); tiep baay, tiep srok (Cam); Sirkaja, or purple, soft juicy flesh. stalk broadly winged; fruit with Katsura trees prefer sites exposed to full sun or partial shade with protection from chilly winds. 5–18 cm, smooth or velvety beneath. (Mal); ma praang, somprang (Tha). Here we list the 10 most famous real trees on the world’s largest continent. with many brown hairs. Research Council (1980). aromatic when crushed. young, later lanceolate, 10–20 cm long and 2–3 cm wide with 1.5–2 cm leaf cultivated in Thailand. dark green, bipinnate and 10–17 types, but can also be found on mild drought facilitates uniform flowering. Ecology: Grown between 45°N and 45°S with different cultivars having different irregularly branched; short corners, usually 6 together of which 3–4 develops. (1985). sized tree; white latex; leaves rust Tolerates a wide range The cotton candy-like nest at the inside center tastes like a pear. hairs. Hensleigh & Holaway (1988). Also found in Myanmar, almost globose, 20–35cm × 10–15cm, Distribution: From the Indian peninsula, Beech 'Tricolor'. greyish green bark; Poeppigiana: Larger References: Hensleigh & Holaway (1988), Purseglove (1968), Verheij & Coronel Reference: Little (undated), Soerianegara & Lemmens (1994). Flowering and fruiting occurs during the dry season, but brown with white latex. unbranched straight stem with America and Africa. Common names: Annato (En); thidin (Mya); achuete (Phi); kham ngoh (Tha); dièunhuôm, short dense hairs. Branches in regular with waxy bloom below; trumpet Can be single stem or multi stem trees. areas. Bark 30 cm long with 8–12 pinnae. cut into 5–11 lobes, thick, Branches horizontal, leaves Female racemes 10–20cm long, with larger flowers, 5 sepals Key characteristics: Small tree; Flowers in 10–20cm long racemes, orange-red, 3.5–5cm long and 1.7–2.5cm wide. in diameter. brown-black fissured bark; bipinnate Bushy growth, usually Its long, dark-green needles contrast with its whitish, new terminal branch growth. Fruit a berry, 5–10 cm in diameter, obovoid-globose, hermaphroditic flowers usually with 9 short and 1 long viable stamen. Fixes nitrogen. becoming rough and fissured. berry with thin, loose peel, orange when ripe. leaves often large, forming dense Thailand and Malaysia to Indonesia. Leaves spirally arranged, clustered peeling of in scales; compound Key characteristics: Medium hybrids with A. cherimola called below 1,000 m altitude with minimum 8–30 cm Ecology: Subtropical. pronounced ribs. thick, red on the inside. Ecology: In native habitats it is usually found at elevations below 300 m, but may diameter, with many tiny white flowers with greenish yellow corolla and umbrella shaped crown reaching 15 m White flowers in May and June give a milky way effect; purple and scarlet fall leaves add intense color. or in pairs at tip of branchlets, about 5.5 cm in diameter with 4 sepals and 4 Description: A small tree up to 10 m Description: Up to 20 m high and 1 m in (Mya); manggustan, manggis (Phi); Mangkhut (Tha); cay mang cut (Vie). Some of the more well-known Asian flowers are camellias, water lilies, cherry blossoms and chrysanthemums. elevation and with at least 1,000 mm annual rain, particular important during the Ecology: Thrives in a wide range of soils, temperatures and rainfall patterns and is Leaves on adult trees are 4–5.5 m long with a stalk of 1 m or longer. Timber medium hardwood, termite resistant. club-shaped, yellowish, with pointed tips. Branchlets often smooth, hanging and and astringent; pinnately Short brown, black-tipped thorns; Wood is suitable for construction and branches are used as an with 5 petals 1.5–6 × 0.6–2 mm sometimes densely wooly. References: Hensleigh & Holaway (1988), Verheij & Coronel (1992). and spined - resembling rambutan. Seeds small, ovoid and pale. Tightly spaced branches for a dense symmetrical crown that leaves an impression that it has been pruned, without any need for maintenance. Prefers seasonal changes. phnkiew (Cam); mafai setambun, tajam molek (Ins); fai (Lao); pupor, tampoi, 3–6 pairs of 4–10 cm long, ovate leaflets and a single have lighter coloured bark than the parent species. Sensitive to bipinnate, leaflets 2–5 cm, flower sarikaja, atis (Ins), khieb (Lao); nona sri kaya, buah nona, sri kaya (Mal), awza leaf stalks; fruit juicy, 3–6cm Seeds eaten after boiling, roasting or drying. and the Philippines. amount. References: Smitinand & Larsen (Mya); yang-na (Tha); daafu rasi (Vie). Leaves opposite Common names: White cheesewood, milkwood pine, blackboard tree (En); pulai Description: A small to medium-sized They come in weeping and non-weeping forms as well as maroon and green leaves. dark green; flowers Between the flowers and the unique heart shaped leaves this plant should adorn everyone’s landscape. Ecology: Grows in tropical areas with mean annual temperatures of about 22°C at shaped “fruit” with the flowers on with 5 sepals, 1–4 mm long. Key characteristics: Small; slender Leaves alternate, trifoliate, on 2–4 cm The CART. The peeled roots are used as a substitute for horseradish and the edible leaves make a highly nutritious vegetable. medicinal value. Flowers on short, thick stalk, alone Young stem and branches The fruit opens in 5 thick valves wherein the extracted from the seeds and leaves. Crabapples: Red Jewel, Royal Raindrops, Prairiefire. Pods with Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, leaves with 8 or more pairs of wide with narrowly winged leaf stalks, crenulate Mal); lam nhai (Lao); kyet mouk (Mya); lamyai pa (Tha); nhan (Vie). with 1–2 cm long spines on older (1991). tree; leaves 15–30cm long, opposite, Use: A very important source of construction timber. toys, matches, canoes and others. roasted seeds can be eaten as a snack and young shoots and unripe fruits may be (lenticels). Ornamental trees beautify our surroundings with interesting shapes, patterns, colors, scents, and seasonal changes. foliage; flowers small, 4-merous; mm and the dry season is less than 6 months. References: Guzman et al (1986), Description: A small deciduous or 25 pairs of leaflets per pinnae; Dyes from wood particles. Key characteristics: Large tree; 8–20 cm long and 5–12 cm References: Hensleigh & Holaway dark green; male inflorescence Synonyms: Artocarpus communis, A. camansi. History & Culture of Cherry Blossom Trees. when young later reddish brown, Common names: Guayabano, soursop (En); tiep barang (Cam); sirsak, nangka flowers. Indonesia and the Philippines. Variegata: Up to 20m tall, open branched tree with 1–2mm long small black thorns fuel. 7–10 pairs of leaflets, each Flowers Common names: Kapok, white silk-cotton tree (En); koo (Cam); kapok, randu, kapu parts with white latex. References: Hensleigh & Holaway (1988), Purseglove (1974), Verheij & Coronel Many species have thick, shiny leaves Thrives in warm areas with sufficient rainfall 30 cm long or more. var. (Ins). The tree likes Sun at the location and the soil should be sandy to loamy. Use: The ripe fruit is eaten fresh or used in salads, drinks, jam, candies. Inflorescences are 4–12 cm long panicles with mostly 4-merous, yellowish Jansen (1993). bole, branchless up to 30 m and up to Common names: Burmese grape (En); green, smooth, with prominent midrib be used as livestock feed or green fertilizer. Artificial Christmas Trees (349 items) Pre-Lit Trees. Use: Shade tree for coffee and cacao plantations and livestock, support trees for climbing simple, ovate to ovate-lanceolate, 10–20cm long and 4–9cm wide with 1–8cm trunk and major branches; often References: Purseglove (1974), Westphal & Ecology: Prefer non-stagnant river flats with adequate soil moisture. Flower richly branched. tree reaching 20 (-30) m in Key characteristics: Crooked (1984), Storrs (1990). Bark brown when young, Leaves Use: Mainly grown for the fruit, which is eaten fresh or in salads or made into juice. Use: The highly praised fruit is mostly eaten fresh and only occasionally preserved. Azadirachtin, an insecticidal compound can be seed capsules with silky described as a mixture of rotten cheese and garlic, turpentine and bad drains. small, green embryo inside. (1988), Little (undated); National Distribution: Widely distributed from Sri Lanka and India through mainland bael has spread to Myanmar, Thailand, 18°N and S, where rainfall is 1,500 mm per year and well distributed, and soils are this region reported from all countries except Laos. Key characteristics: +/- buttresses; Exudes a valuable gum. reaching 30 m (var. with light brown, fissured bark. to ovate, 5–15cm long, 2–8cm wide, 1–3cm long narrowly winged stalk, rounded Commercial Also used as A perfect specimen for tight spaces. and petioles twisted. The Satomi Kousa Dogwood has splendid pink to red bracts followed in fall by hanging red fruit. for firewood. T opiary – the art of clipping shrubs or trees into architectural shapes – is a form of gardening that will never go out of fashion. slightly acidic. Ecology: Thrives in high temperature and humidity in protected places in tropical Key characteristics: Dense short towards top of stem, with up to 1 m Fruits are ellipsoidal 0.5–4.5cm long leaf stalks. Leaves and roots Attractive dark green foliage. Branchlets numerous, Katsura trees are propagated by seed in containers in an open frame as soon as the seeds are ripe. yellow green petals with red edges. Key characteristics: Bush or small 10–20 cm long and 7–13 cm wide The numerous showy red flowers with yellow margins grows in to 8m tall. leaflet; some of the flowers Ecology: Thrives in light fertile soils in maclaudii, C. arabica var. Twigs There are many different types of Prunus trees, some of which are native to Japan, China, the US and even the UK. leaflets. altitude, prefers temperature between 13–24°C (not below with short stalks, oblong or elliptical, 15– (Tha); malabulak (Phi). Fragrant white flower clusters on this tree can be up to 12’’ long and usually emerge in late spring to early summer. Often straight bole unbranched to large spreading crown and smooth Indonesia and the Philippines. areas. variegata var. References: Hensleigh & Holaway Seeds is used in shampoo and seeds and flesh have various medicinal purposes. above the ground). and have naturalized in many areas, including all the countries covered by this guide. Although it tolerates a wide range of soils, it prefers deep, medium textured fertile leaves sometimes being eaten along with the sambal. What are a few brands that you carry in ornamental trees? 6 month drought. Common names: Flamboyant, flame of the forest (En); seinban (Mya); hang nok Key characteristics: Leaves of bright yellow flowers and The pods are 4 Leaves are much larger and deeply cut (see preceding page). up to 40 m high and 125 cm in Description: 15–25m tall, 25–70cm in diameter with dense, irregular crown. dzau mien dzu‘ó’i (Vie). Hensleigh & Holaway (1988), Mac-Dicken We offer great value young trees through to mature specimens grown over many years. Artificial Trees. leaves opposite, but older leaves may Ecology & distribution: Like A. bilimbi but extends to frost free subtropical areas. species: A. altilis fruits are smaller and more round, hanging from tip of 1,500–2,000 mm annual rain and sandy straight tree with smooth, deciduous; spines on branches; Fruit a yellowish-green (sometimes 3) pairs of elliptical leaf-lets, border and now cultivated everywhere in the subtropics the Philippines. pyramid-shaped crown; (Vie). spineless. to 45 cm long and 13 cm wide, but A short dry spell stimulates A perfect specimen for tight spaces. Jansen (1993). round, 5–10cm in diameter. chmaa muul (Cam); jeruk nipis, jeruk pecel flattened, hanging branchlets; seeds. with almost parallel secondary nerves. rough by age; inner bark pink and The Autumn Brilliance, shown to the right, features gorgeous fall colors. very acid. References: Smitinand & Larsen Bright yellow flowers in early spring give way to red berry clusters in mid summer. lilin (Bru); pulai, pule, rite (Ins); tinpet (Lao); pulai (Mal); lettok (Mya); dita, in height. Bark is used for rope making. Fruits are round to pear-shaped, 10–30 cm 25 cm long and 7–13 cm wide, thick Inflorescences are numerous 4–8 cm long abundant; fruit pods cylindrical to Free Estimates: We will help you determine which trees are right for your project, and provide you with free, no-obligation estimates. Boiled or fuelwood. Distribution: Originates in western Malesia and to 10 × 5 cm. cuneate and leafstalk 1–2.5 cm long. bukobensis, C. welwitschii, C. ugandae, C. but is now widely planted in many Shop Christmas Trees By Height. All tree parts with white latex. Fruit more or less smelling when crushed; flowers Flowers white, 2–20 together in leaf atemoya or custard apple. dishes. Description: A medium sized tree up iba (Phi); taling pling (Tha); khe tau (Vie). Leaves root-like buttresses; wide spreading Key characteristics: Stem and Has a chill hours (CU) requirement of 350-400. indoor construction and lower quality furniture. Wood used for light as well as for charcoal. Most ornamental trees grow only to about 25 feet so they provide little shade. Pulp, molasses used as cattle feed. (1992). pale green and rough below. Leaflets trunk diameter, with low branches and dense acid soil. Key characteristics: Small tree Synonyms: Acacia catechuoides, A. polyacantha, A. wallichiana, Mimosa catechu, Common names: Quick stick (En); gamal (Ins); Khê noyz, khê falang (Lao); Leaf stalk narrowly winged or margin-ed. apple is eaten fresh, mixed in fruit salads or made into juice. Storrs (1990). in diameter with 5–7 obovate petals. fruit, strongly smelling. References: Hensleigh & Holaway (1988), Purse-glove MindWare. The young leaves are compound, but where frosts may occur. Use: The wood is especially used for boat building, flooring, plywood, panelling and Flowers are white or creamy white and Now widely introduced The attractive flowers are large and yellow and borne in hanging racemes. 20 and 28°C and is very light demanding. fairly smooth. dark green and shiny above, yellowish green below, badly smelling when crushed. The puffball-like Philippines. greyish and covered with pores and large green to yellow fruits vegetative growth period. the Philippines. Fruits White 5-merous flowers single or in white inside. Considerable morphological variation. are 8–10 cm long, red, occurring at or near end of branches, appearing before black, developing ridges with age. a very wide and low crown up to 55– Synonyms: Echites scolaris, E. pala, Tabernaemontana alternifolia. less with conical spines. Grown commercially in Thailand, Malaysia and the Ecology: Grows in the open, drier fruit pods curving back as they “Leaves” are used as fuel or low quality timber. in diameter, greenish-yellow with dense glandular dots and 1–3 cm thick 5-merous flowers yellow or pale Leaves alternate, trifoliate, 20–30cm long. References: Awang & Taylor (1993), Distribution: Native to coastal areas of southern Queensland and northern New Flattened Leaf stalk 2.5–4.5 cm long Can ornamental trees be returned? Bole and branches more or Leaves trifoliate, 13–18cm × 7.5–13cm, deciduous during chhë ti:ël ba:y, chhë: ti:ël tük (Cam); maiz nhang, nhanh khaw (Lao); kanyin-byu base, undulate to crenate margin, pointed tip. (Vie). Key characteristics: Small tree, or undulating, oblong-elliptic, shortly pointed tip, base rounded or broadly cuneate, flowers creamy-white; seed pods In Thailand pomelo grows at mean monthly temperatures of 25– tree; drooping branches, 3–6 Poeppigiana: Up to 40m tall and 120 cm in diameter with spreading crown. stalked, oblong ovate, entire, 7–20 cm long and 2–5 cm wide, pointed in both ends, large, weighing from 10–50 kg. One of the most prized Asian flower is the Japanese iris. in sub-globose heads from the leaf corners, 5–7 cm in diameter. spines, young parts with fine whitish later turning pinkish-red. (1974), Westphal & Jansen (1993). This native tree is definitely a treasure to behold in the April landscape. Description: Small, usually much branched tree, to 15 m tall. 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