Category: Trees & Shrubs

Natives

natives7Not only are they sustainable, with lower maintenance requirements than other gardens, but native plants are surprisingly easy to maintain and propagate, they’re fauna friendly and are generally less water hungry than other plants.
Many people think Australian native plants are difficult to grow, but they aren’t really.

As with all plants, it mainly depends on matching suitable plants to a particular garden environment. The diversity of the Australian landscape means there are native plants to suit almost any garden situation. Australian plants are great for adding color and texture to provide year round interest.

So bring a little bit of the bush into your garden. With a wide selection of Australian native plants available at Heynes. Choose from, Acacia, Alyogyne, Banksias, Callistemon, Correa and Grevilleas and many more.

 

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Shrubs

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Shrubs are a must for any garden, providing year round color and structure to the garden. Shrubs can be added to mixed borders or used as hedging or to create privacy.

Heynes offer a wide selection of evergreen and deciduous shrubs to brighten up any garden all year round.From low growing to large growing shrubs, which are available in range of sizes from 140mm pots up to large advance specimens.

Full Sun, Partial Shade, Full Shade there is a shrub for you, so come in and see our range. If we don’t have what you’re looking for feel free to ask us if we can source it for you.

 

Please check for seasonality and availability of Shrubs variety by giving us a call, e-mailing or visiting the Nursery.

Hedge and Screens

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Hedges and screens can be used to create privacy or to screen out unwanted views. But they have many other uses, block out unwanted winds or the heat of the western sun, they can also be used to divide up the garden into areas and provide structure to the garden.Although most hedges are thought of as clipped and formal in appearance, they can be shaped in a loose informal way, but still provide that much needed screen.

Heynes offer a selection of shrubs and screened plants for full sun to part shade to full shade. From low growing too tall growing, which are available in range of sizes.

Most hedges need to be a certain height to fulfil a role in a garden, therefore the easiest way to look and choose a hedge is to group them according to their growth heights. Larger growing plants can certainty be pruned/trimmed to any size, but keeping them small takes more work, then selecting one that will naturally grow the desired height.

Here is a selection of some of the hedging plants according to their full height that Heynes stock. If we don’t have what you’re looking for feel free to ask us if we can source it for you.

 

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Abeliaxgrandiflora’Nana’
Euonymus sp, Green Rocket, Easy Hedge or Tom Thumb
Syzygium smithii var. minor ‘Allyn Magic’ Lilly Pilly
Syzygium australe Dwarf ‘Tiny Trev’ Lilly Plly

1m to 2m
Buxus microphylla, Japanese Box
Buxus sempervirens, English Box
Buxus microphylla ‘koreana’   Korean Box
Syzygium australe ‘Bush Christmas’ Lilly Pilly
Syzigium australe ‘Winter Lights’ Lilly Pilly

 

 

 

 

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Abelia grandiflora
Acmena smithii var.minor ‘Cherry Surprise’ Lilly Pilly
Choisyaternate, MexicanOrange/Mock Orange
Murraya paniculata, Orange Jessamine
Pittosporum tenuifolium, ‘Sliver Sheen’
Viburnum tinus ‘laurustinus’ or ‘Lucidum’
Viburnum Suspensum, Sandanqua Viburnum
Viburnum odoratissimum,Sweet Viburnum 

 

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Photinia x fraseri ‘Red Robin’ or ‘Robusta’
Pittosporum tenuifolium ‘Screenmaster’ or ‘Variegated Sreenmaster’
Acmena smithii ‘Goodbye Neighbours’ Lilly Pilly
Syzygium australe ‘Big Red’ Lilly Pilly

 

 

Please check for seasonality and availability of Hedges variety by giving us a call, e-mailing or visiting the Nursery.

Deciduous Trees

Trees are one of the main structures of the garden. They are available in a range from small and tall growing, bushy and narrow types.Trees provide great benefits to our environment and gardens.

Deciduous trees are ideal for shade in the summer for both the garden and buildings, but will allow the warming winter sun and light through the branches permitting light to enter into the garden and buildings. Constantly changing with the seasons, deciduous trees provide you with interests throughout the year from bare winter branches to spring time blossom and fresh green foliage, then the spectacle autumn colour and foliage before leaf fall.

As trees are the largest and longest lived plant in the garden and tend to have the most impacted on the garden environment, it’s worth taking time when choosing and planting them. SEE PLANTING GUIDE.

Heynes stock a range of beautiful small and advanced trees. Including the a range of small to large, narrow to wide growing trees, together with a select range of standards and weeping trees.

ACER ‘Lipstick Maples’
Acer x freemanii ‘Autumn Blaze’
Acer. rubrum ‘October Glory’


BIRCH

Betula pendula ‘Silver Birch’


FRANGIPANI

Plumeria sp.


FRAXINUS ‘Ash’

Angustifolia Raywood ‘Claret Ash’
Excelsia  Aurea  ‘Golden Ash’


GINKGO

G. biloba


GLEDITSIA

Triacanthos ‘Sunburst’


TALLOW

Triadica sebifera ‘Chinese Tallow’
LAGERSTROEMIA ‘Crepe Myrtle’
L. indica


LILACS

Syringia vulgaris ‘Charles Joly’
Syringia vulgaris “Edward Harding”
Syringia vulgaris ‘Katherine Havemeyer’


MALUS ‘Crap Apple’

M. floribunda
M. loensis ‘Plena’


PISTACIA

P. chinensis‘Chinese Pistachio’


PRUNUS

P. cerasifera ‘Oakville Crimson Spire’
P. cerasifera ‘Nigra’
P. cerasifera x ‘Bilreana’


PYRUS ‘Ornamental Pear’

P. calleriana ‘Dancer’
P. calleriana ‘Captial’
P. calleriana ‘Chanticleer’
P. ussuriensis ‘Manchurian pear’


ROBINIA

R. pseudoacacia  ‘Frisia’


ULMUS ‘Elm’

U. glabra ‘Lutescens’ Golden Elm


TALL STANDARDS

Malus ‘Ethtermayer (weeping crab )
Morus Alba ‘Pendula’ (Weeping Mulberry)

Deciduous trees can be planted at any time of the year providing that stock is still available at the time needed. Deciduous trees are available for sale in container or as bare root, depending on the season.


BARE ROOTED TREES (Winter Planting Only)

Trees that are for sale as “bare rooted” come in bags with the roots surrounded in damp sawdust/potting mix. The trees are dormant, they have no leaves and are only available in winter (June/July).When selecting bare rooted trees make sure that both the bud union and the stems are healthy and strong.


CONTAINER GROWN TREES

Trees growing in pots are available for sale all year round and can be planted at any time of the year providing that the weather is not extreme (hot), however it is important to take care of the trees according to the season it is planted.

Please check for seasonality and availability of deciduous trees variety by giving us a call, e-mailing or visiting the Nursery. 

Roses

Please check for seasonality and availability of Rose varieties by giving us a call, e-mailing or visiting the Nursery.

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Roses are a must for any garden lover who has a sunny spot in the garden and Heynes Garden Centre has a large selection for you to choose from.

Roses can be planted at any time of the year providing that stock is still available at the time you need them. However the winter months are still the best time to select from a larger range of roses.Whether you choose bare rooted or container plants make sure that they have strong green canes.

BARE ROOTED ROSES (Winter Planting Only)

Roses that are for sale as “bare rooted” come in bags with the roots surrounded in damp sawdust/potting mix. The roses are dormant, they have no leaves or flowers and are only available in winter (June/July). When selecting bare rooted roses make sure that both the bud union and the stems are healthy and strong. There should be no withered dry stems or long, soft, yellow shoots appearing along the branches.


CONTAINER GROWN ROSES
Roses growing in pots are available for sale all year round and are actively growing with leaves and possibly flowers. Roses grown in containers can be planted at any time of the year providing that the weather is not extreme (hot), however it is important to take care of the rose according to the season it is planted. 

TYPES OF ROSES

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Heynes stock a wide range of roses which include: Hybrid tea, Floribunda, Standard, Climbing, Miniature, Weeping Standards, Groundcovers, David Austin Roses and Delbard Roses.


Hybrid Tea Roses
The most commonly grown rose. Large flowers are borne singularly to a stem, they are supported by long, straight and upright stems. Great for cut flowers. Usually about 1.5m to 2.0m, and up to 1.5m width. 


Floribunda or Cluster Flowered Roses
Small to medium size blooms (Flowers) come in clusters; ideal for massed planting effect. 1m to 2m tall and 1m width.


Standard or Stem Roses

Hybrid Tea, Floribundas, Shrubs or Miniatures are budded onto a single stem of a standard height. Heynes stock 3ft or 900mm tall standards. The rose grows to its usual height on top of the stem. Standard roses give height and allow easy under-planting.


Climbing, Rambling Roses

Long climbing canes, used on walls, fences, pillars and posts, trellises, entrance ways or over an arch. Ramblers are usually only spring flowering, where most climbers repeat their flowers from spring to late autumn.


Miniature Roses

Miniature Roses are roses on a small scale. Miniature roses are great in containers, make lovely borders. Miniatures are grown on their own roots, and come in a range of colours.

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Weeping Standards

Weeping Pink

Budded onto single 1.5m to 2m tall stem, flowering canes cascade downwards. Making a great specimen plant. Will need rose ring for support.


Ground Covers

Easy and hardy plant. Low spreading plants to 50cm in height. Small flowers in great numbers. 


David Austin Roses 

David Austin, combine the form of flower, fragrance and character of an old rose with the range of colour and repeat flowering characteristics of modern hybrid tea rose and floribunda rose. Height and spread vary enormously.


Delbard Roses

Roses in this collection are intense and individual. Healthy, exquisitely different, delightfully fragrant and free-flowering and variable splashes of colour.

 

See our BAREROOT LIST for rose variety Heynes stock in winter.

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Magnolias

Magnolia01Magnolias can be both Deciduous and Evergreen with many different species. They both have beautiful big fragrant flowers in spring, in a range of colours from white, pink, burgundy and yellow. The deciduous variety flower before the leaves appear in spring, which makes quite a statement in the garden. The deciduous magnolia is more cold tolerant than the evergreen variety. From shrubs to trees, there is a Magnolia for every garden size and situation.

 

DECIDUOUS MAGNOLIAS

DENUDATA: Large pure cream perfumed flower. Broad spreading small tree to about 5-6m.


LILIIFLORA Nigra (Purple Lily Magnolia): Dwarf. Suitable for small & average sized gardens, with shrubby, erect growth. The flowers have the deepest purple outer surface, and are white within. 2m wide x 3m high in 10 years.


LOEBNERI Leonard Messell: Large shrub or small tree. Attractive fuchsia-purple buds open to a lovely pink, star-shaped flower. The darkest star-shaped flower. The darkest star-shaped flower to date. 2.5m wide x 2.5m high in 10 years.


SOULANGIANA Alba Superba: Small tree. Beautiful tulip-shaped flowers, white, faint pink flush at base. 2m wide x 2.5m high in 10 years.


SOULANGIANA Brozzonnii: Late flowering, white candle-like buds. Faint pink flush at base. 2.5m wide x 3.5m high in 10 years.


SOULANGIANA Burgundy Glow: Spreading small tree. Deep pinkish-purple and white tulip shaped flowers. Mid spring flowering. Fragrantly perfumed. 2.5m wide x 3.5m high in 10 years.


SOULANGIANA Lennei Alba: Outstandingly beautiful form of the Lennei Magnolia with immense globular flowers of pure creamy white. 2m wide x 2.5m high in 10 years.


SOULANGIANA Pink: Beautiful purplish-pink and white tulip shaped flowers. Early spring flowering and fragrantly perfumed. The original classic. 2.5m wide x 3m high in 10 years.


SOULANGIANA Rustica Rubra: Excellent Magnolia, vigorous grower with deep red-purple goblet shaped flowers. 2.5m wide x 3.5m high in 10 years.


SOULANGIANA San Jose: Large, rosy purple and white flowers and a vigorous growth habit make it an excellent magnolia. 3m wide x 4m high in 10 years.


STELLATA (Star Magnolia): Multi-branched, compact bush. Pure white star-shaped flowers in profusion. Excellent for smaller gardens or tubs. 1.5m wide x 1.5m high in 10 years.


STELLATA Rosea: Multi-branched compact bush. Pink in bud. The star-shaped flowers open to a light pink and fade to almost white as they age. Excellent for the smaller garden or tubs. 1.5m wide x 1.5m high in 10 years.


X BALLERINA: Small compact bush, heavily branched. Free flowering fragrant star-shaped flowers with white petals flushed pink at the base. An excellent magnolia for the smaller garden. 1.5m wide x 1.5m high in 10 years.


x ELIZABETH: A deciduous shrub or small tree that has sweetly scented lemon yellow flowers in early spring, borne before the plant comes into leaf. 2.5m wide x 3m high in 10 years.


x GALAXY: Beautiful, showy, upright grower with exceptionally strong branches. Large dappled red-purple blooms. Mid season flowering. One of the best new magnolias. Suited to smaller gardens and tubs. 2m wide x 3m high in 10 years.


x HEAVEN SCENT: Vigorous small , erect tree, large, fragrant flowers, dappled pinkish lavender. A very beautiful new form. 2m wide x 3m high in 10 years.


x IOLANTHE: Beautiful new introduction. Huge cup and saucer flowers of clear pink outside and white inside. Vigorous grower. 4m high x 4m wide in 10 years.


x JANE: A new compact variety, beautifully shaped fragrant flowers, with a red-purple outer surface, and white inner surface. Excellent for smaller gardens or tubs. 1.5m wide x 1.5m high in 10 years.


x LILLIPUTIAN: Beautiful mauve and white blooms on a compact bush. Flowers as the classic soulangiana Pink, but much slower growing. Ideal for the smaller garden. 1.5m wide x 2m high in 10 years.


x PINKIE: Beautiful pale red-purple flowers with a white inner surface. Plant of compact rounded habit, flowering in late spring. Excellent for smaller gardens and tubs. 1.5m wide x 1.5m high in ten years.


x PRISTINE: Small upright tree. Flowers are pure white and are held upright on branchlets as with M. denudata. A compact and very desirable magnolia. 1.5m wide x 2m high in 10 years.


x RICKY: Red-purple flowers that twist unusually. Very compact habit. Excellent for smaller gardens. 2m wide x 2.5m high in 10 years.


x ROYAL CROWN: Outstanding large, red-violet flowers held upright. A free flowering vigorous grower. Flowers sparsely in early spring, followed by a strong main flush, then easing in late spring. Extremely long flowering period. 2.5m wide x 3m high in 10 years.


x SERENE: Small upright pyramidal tree with cup or bowl shaped flowers that are held erect. The short broad petals are bright rose. Flowers at an early age. 2.5m wide x 3m high in 10 years.


x STAR WARS: Huge showy soft pink flowers, very dark red in bud. Vigorous grower. 4m wide x 4m high in 10 years.


 

Magnolia Susan1x SUSAN: Compact, vigorous hybrid that develops into a beautifully fragrant, free flowering large bush or small tree. Deep pink flowers of 6 petals held erect at first, and later flattening into a star shape. Excellent for smaller gardens or shrubs. 2m wide x 2.5m high in 10 years.


 

EVERGREEN MAGNOLIAS

MAGNOLIA GRANDIFLORA: A large specimen tree for parks or bigger gardens. Can reach a height of 25m x 10m. Large white cup-shaped flowers adorn this tree from spring into summer, against the backdrop of the glossy green leaves with a brown velvety underside. Requires organic, well-drained soils with good summer watering. Tolerates pollution.


MAGNOLIA GRANDIFLORA ‘LITTLE GEM’: A smaller growing magnolia reaching about 4m high by 2.5m. With its large cream fragrant flowers in spring and summer, and the rusty brown undersides of the large glossy green leaves, it is a show stopper in any large or small garden. Little Gem prefers a composted, well-drained soil in a sunny position, but will thrive if given some late afternoon shade. Regular deep watering in summer and a good mulch is essential for a healthy robust tree.


MAGNOLIA GRANDIFLORA ‘KAY PARRIS’: Similar to ‘Little Gem’ in height, although slightly wider. These plants differ in that Kay Parris flowers are larger, the leaves have a wavy edge and the new growth is bright pink. Enjoys the same conditions as ‘Little Gem’.


MAGNOLIA GRANDIFLORA ‘TEDDY BEAR’: Another beautiful small specimen tree to 4m similar to Little Gem, but has slightly turned up leaves which gives it a more compact appearance. Also enjoys the same conditions as ‘Little Gem’.

Please check for availability by giving us a call, emailing or visiting the nursery.

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