Architectural Plants

No set variety of plant makes up this particular category.  Architectural plants is a term we at online plants like to use for plants which 'break the mold'
They're just a bit different. Their foliage, colour and shape differ from the usual. Generally, Architectural plants are one-off, an example is the Queensland bottle tree, this looks absolutely stunning as a single specimen plant. However, it can equally effective as a pyramid planted group of 3.
Architectural plants do not have to be exclusive and rare, they can be common such as the Silver BirchGreat example of a really underrated tree that stands out for its unique shimmering trunk and foliage.  Planted in a group or in isolation can look superb. 
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Koelreuteria Paniculata, Golden-rain Tree

Koelreuteria Paniculata, Golden-rain Tree

Golden-rain Tree is a slow-growing tree that will give multi-season interest to broad streetscapes. ..

Start from $119.95

Muehlenbeckia complexa Maiden Hair climber

Muehlenbeckia complexa Maiden Hair climber

A vigorous, twining vine with slender, reddish brown stems and clusters of inconspicuous greenish-wh..

Start from $31.95

Phyllostachys Nigra Black Bamboo

Phyllostachys Nigra Black Bamboo

Black bamboo is a favourite in modern Australian gardens and a favourite with us at online plan..

Start from $329.95

Pyrus calleryana Aristacrat Ornamental Pear

Pyrus calleryana Aristacrat Ornamental Pear

Pyrus aristacrat is a very attractive, medium sized ornamental pear with a very good branch str..

Start from $46.95

Strelitzia juncea Narrow leaf Bird of Paradise

Strelitzia juncea Narrow leaf Bird of Paradise

A slow-growing, highly sought after, drought-resistant plant with grey-green, tall, rush-like leaf s..

Start from $119.95

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