Frank P Matthews
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The White/Colorado Fir. One of the bluest firs with very silvery blue needles. A naturally smallish tree.
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Small slow growing tree, neat compact habit, leaves dark green, silvery white beneath, violet purple, cylindrical cones.
Silver Fir, Horstmann's Silberlocke
A very slow growing tree with twisted leaves creating a silvery appearance. Cones develop at a young age.
Dark curly needles which have silvery undersides makes an attractive small tree. Pyramidal in growth habit.
Slow growing dwarf tree with attractive blue-greyish leaves. Suitable for a large rock garden or lawn specimen.
The purple Cootamundra wattle. Exotic and striking purple bipinnate foliage and stunning mimosa flowers.
Evergreen shrub with finely divided grey-green leaves and fragrant yellow flowers, borne in terminal clusters.
Leaves have attractive pink variegation with deep red young shoots. Colourful winter bark, exceptional small tree.
Produces a round crown of lush summer foliage, gives good red-orange autumn colour. Reddish brown flaking bark.
Round headed, good for hedges. Five lobed leaves pinkish red turn golden russet and dark purple in autumn.
Variegated Field Maple
Bold, white leaf margins and pink growing tips. Cheerful and distinctive small tree all through the summer.
A Dutch selection of dense, conical habit, with lobed mid-green leaves that turn yellow in autumn.