Miniature trees for warmer climates

Trees for Zones 9 and 10
RELATED TOPICS: zone 11 | zone 9 | miniature trees | zone 10
Mini English holly
This mini English holly tree prefers a bit of shade, especially in the south.
Mark Langan
A number of you who have garden railways in those warmer regions have asked for more information about plants suited to your area. So I have turned to a plantsman who is not only knowledgeable about tropical and semi-tropical plants, but who grows them and uses them in his railroad garden.

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