High Street Armadale Project

High Street Armadale Project

    Transforming High Street, Armadale: A Haven of Greenery and Elegance

    Evergreen Trees Direct is proud to have been a part of the magnificent Armadale Plysier Perkins residence, a collaborative masterpiece with Myles Baldwin Landscaping. The carefully selected advanced trees compliment this stunning home, adding beauty to the landscape. Here are the trees that were used in this project: 

    Waterhousea Floribunda¬†ūüĆĪ¬†:¬†This tree species was used to create a beautiful and elegant boundary hedge for the home.

    Peppercorn (Schinus molle)¬†ūüĆ≥:¬†A large and majestic tree that adds a bold and impressive statement to the landscape.

    Japanese Maple ūüćĀ:¬†A Japanese Maple was planted at the front of the home as a feature tree adding sophistication.

    Waterhousea Floribunda - Weeping Lilly Pilly:

    Uses: Hedging, screening, boundary planting
    Mature Height: 10-20 meters
    Mature Width: 5-10 meters
    Growth Rate: Fast
    Form: Dense, symmetrical, with a pyramidal or oval shape
    Foliage: Glossy, dark green leaves with a weeping habit
    Evergreen/Deciduous: Evergreen (retains leaves year-round)
    Pruning: Prune as needed to maintain desired shape and size
    Position & Soil: Full sun to part shade; adaptable to various soil types, but prefers well-draining soil
    Maintenance: Regular watering during dry periods, mulching, and occasional fertilization

    This elegant tree species was chosen to create a boundary hedge, enhancing the privacy and serenity of the home. With its dense foliage and graceful appearance, the Waterhousea Floribunda forms a striking green backdrop, adding a touch of sophistication and natural beauty.

    Japanese Maple - Acer Palmatum:

    Uses: Ornamental tree, focal point in the landscape
    Mature Height: 4-8 meters
    Mature Width: 4-6 meters
    Growth Rate: Slow to moderate
    Form: Rounded, graceful, with delicate branching
    Foliage: Palmate leaves with vibrant colors (red, orange, yellow, green) depending on the variety
    Evergreen/Deciduous: Deciduous (loses leaves in winter)
    Pruning: Prune in late winter or early spring to shape and remove dead or damaged branches
    Position & Soil: Partial shade to full sun; prefers well-draining, moist soil with organic matter
    Maintenance: Regular watering, mulching, and protection from harsh winds and extreme temperatures

    A focal point of elegance, a Japanese Maple was carefully planted at the front of the home. Known for its stunning foliage and delicate branches, the Japanese Maple adds a touch of sophistication and refinement to the landscape. Its vibrant colors and graceful form create a captivating visual impact, making it a true centerpiece of natural artistry.


    Peppercorn Tree - Schinus molle:

    Uses: Shade tree, focal point, street tree
    Mature Height: 10-15 meters
    Mature Width: 6-10 meters
    Growth Rate: Moderate
    Form: Wide-spreading canopy with a rounded or umbrella shape
    Foliage: Dark green, feathery foliage
    Evergreen/Deciduous: Evergreen (some leaf drop may occur in dry conditions)
    Pruning: Prune to remove dead or damaged branches, and to maintain a desirable shape
    Position & Soil: Full sun; adaptable to a wide range of soil types, including sandy and poor soils
    Maintenance: Moderate watering, especially during hot and dry periods, mulching, and occasional fertilization

    Standing tall and majestic, the Peppercorn tree makes a bold and impressive statement in the landscape. Its expansive canopy provides shade and creates a sense of grandeur, elevating the overall aesthetic of the property. The Peppercorn tree exudes a timeless beauty, enhancing the visual appeal of the Armadale residence.

    For more information, please contact us or send your plant schedules to sales@evergreentrees.com.au.

    Designed by: @Pleysierperkins @sandersandking
    Photography: @mitchlyonsphotography
    Landscaping: @mylesbaldwin
    Published: @est_living @thedesignfiles , @archello and @thelocalproject

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