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Genus with around 57 deciduous or evergreen trees and shrubs. They produce profuse swathes of small flowers and attractive feathery foliage and are also grown for their growth habit and overall appearance. Leaves overlap, they are scale-like and resemble those of junipers. This genus is well suited to hedging as it thrives in exposed, coastal environments and is resistant to wind.
How to propagate Tamarisk
Propagation is by ripe seed, semi-ripe cuttings in the summer. Hardwood cuttings in the winter.
Other uses of Tamarisk
Grown for their foliage which is suitable for borders or as windbreakers. Suitable for coastal conditions.
Deciduous (leaf dropping) trees often have amazing fall colour.Explore all