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Maple Grove Nursery -  	Gleditsia ‘Ruby Lace’, Purple Gleditsia Description: Deep maroon foliage. More compact growing than the golden gleditsia. Tree Shape: Broad mushroom. Tree Size: 4-5m tall by 3-4m wide.

More compact growing than the golden gleditsia. Tree Size: tall by wide.

Paperbark Maple - 15'-30' slow-growing understory tree, highly ornamental, peeling orange-cinnamon bark, leaves turn brilliant orange-red in autumn, small yellow flowers in spring, stately habit.

Acer griseum (Paperbark maple) - Fine Gardening Plant Guide - slow growing understory tree has highly ornamental, peeling orange-cinnamon bark. Leaves turn a brilliant orange-red in fall.

Wax Myrtle Tree  These trees are wonderful smelling trees, sometimes know by "Southern bayberry" or "candleberry" trees. These trees are heat tolerant and drought tolerant. The tree's fruit, grows in clusters during the colder season, and attracts many beautiful birds. The fruit can be boiled and the wax can be collected to make candles with the most calming aroma.These rapid-growing shrubs can grow up to 5 feet per year, and reach full grown heights upwards of 20 feet with an equivalent…

EVERGREEN - x W - Wax Myrtle Tree These trees are wonderful smelling trees, sometimes know by "Southern bayberry" trees. These rapid-growing shrubs can grow up to 5 feet per year, and reach full grown heights upwards of 20 feet

FIVE FINGERS: Pseudopanax 'Cyril Watson', it grows in clay, is hardy, grows quite quickly and has pretty foliage with a nice layered texture to it

A Coromandel cliff-top garden

FIVE FINGERS: Pseudopanax 'Cyril Watson', it grows in clay, is hardy, grows quite quickly and has pretty foliage with a nice layered texture to it

Acacia pravissima - Ovens wattle. Comes in dwarf form. Grown for its attractive foliage.

Comes in dwarf form. Grown for its attractive foliage.

Amazon.com : Burning Bush : Patio, Lawn & Garden

Everyone loves the blazing red foliage of the Burning Bush in fall. This Euonymus easy to grow and your birds welcome the late season red berries ?

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