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1 Tamarindus indica

Tamarind, Indian tamarind, kily tree, Imli

Tamarind is a large, beautiful evergreen tropical tree that can grow up to 75' tall. The trunk has cracks, down and across; the bark is brown-gray. It has a dense and spreading crown of bipinnate foliage and numerous yellow, with red and purple filaments, flowers.The brown woody pod contains the seeds; black, shiny squares surrounded by pulp. Tamarind is a slow grower but can live and still remains productive for 150 years or longer.


2 Taxus baccata

English Yew

Yew trees are native to Britain and particularly common in England and Wales, where they have been panted in many churchyards. These evergreen trees grow very slowly and live for many hundreds of years. Some old yew trees are believed to be over 2000 years old. Longbows were made from yew, and this durable wood has been used in turning wooden bowls and as a veneer by furniture makers.


3 Thuja occidentalis Rheingold

Rheingold Compacta American Arborvitae , Thuja Rheingold

A fantastically coloured slow growing dwarf evergreen conifer with a dense, conical to round growth habit. With sprays of yellow-green foliage become an intense shade of vibrant yellow in the summer, before taking on a bronze tinge in the winter. It has been loved by gardeners for over a hundred years.


4 Thuja orientalis Aurea Nana

Chinese Arboviate, Thuja Oriental Aurea Nana, Golden Oriental Arborvitae

A slow growing fantastically coloured dwarf evergreen conifer with a dense, conical growth habit. With yellow-green foliage that become intensly vibrant yellow in the summer, before taking on a bronze tinge in the winter.


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