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Upland Nursery Inc.
1518 North Tustin Street
Orange, CA 92867

Tel 714 538-4500
Fax 714 538-4163

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New Plants

We decided to put this section in our website especially for our customers will be able to find out of what new in our store. Each items will have the plant profile and care information.


Camellia High Fragrance ( Camellia lutchuensis hybrid ) It originated hybridized from New Zealand. It has large, two toned pink, semi-double flowers and alluring fragrance. An upright grower with an open habit, its flowers can reach up to 4" across. Blooms appear in late winter and spring making Camellia 'High Fragrance' the right choice for your garden or container growing. Partial shade partial sun or morning sun is needed for this camellia. Dress up a wall or use in the garden as a shrub or train as an espalier for a formal look. Need regular watering and more often in extreme heat. Use acid soil mixed to planted and acid loving fertilized to feed camellia. History of Camellia--Camellias are native to eastern and southern Asia. Camellia japonica was imported into the Philippines but is native to China, Japan, Korea and Taiwan. Camellias represent longevity and faithfulness and have long been a primary floral component in Asian weddings. (Available in store only)
Cordyline fruticosa popularly known as the Ti plant and also known as the good luck plant, cabbage palm, and palm lily.
Hawaiian Ti (pronounced "tee") is a broadleaf evergreen shrub, resembling a palm tree that is native to tropical Southeast Asia. Unbranched stems support strap-like leaves which can be dark green, red, yellow, pink or variegated. More intense colors are produced in full sun, although some cultivars cannot handle intense sunrays. White to purple flowers appear in summer followed by red berries. The ti is clump forming and sometimes suckering, though not invasive.

Place ti in a moist well-draining rich soil in partial sun to partial shade, some can thrives in morning sun, moderately water. It can be grown as a potted plant or garden. Because of the uniqueness of the leaves, it can be used in many garden to bright up the area.
Curry leaf (botanical name Murraya koenigii) is technically an herb, unrelated to something called the curry plant. The leaf's anise-citrus flavor is best when fresh, not dried. An attractive and useful plant for the edible garden! Aromatic leaves have a nutty, pungent flavor, different than that of curry powder. Upright shrub or small tree with a graceful, open form that works well as a landscape or container specimen. Evergreen in frost-free areas. Grow well in full sun or half day and can be grown even in partial sun area. Available only in retail store.
Green tea plant ( Camellia Sinensis ) is a long life perennials plant. Best grow them in bright shade or partial shade partial sun or morning sun. Acid-loving plants with moderately water. Fertilized them with organic fertilizer, avoid chemical fertilizer. Trimming to keep a beautiful shape. To make a green tea, dehydrated with a machine or hang dry and keep it in a dry container, young leaves called white tea contains less caffeine than older leaves which contain more caffeine in it.
Our Nursery carried all different variety of Japanese Maples. For more information please go to column Japanese Maple section.


Mango trees make handsome landscape specimens and shade trees. They are erect and fast growing with sufficient heat, and the canopy can be broad and rounded, or more upright, with a relatively slender crown. The fruits grow at the end of a long, stringlike stem (the former panicle), with sometimes two or more fruits to a stem. The fruits are 2 to 9 inches long and may be kidney shaped, ovate or (rarely) round. They range in size from 8 ounces to around 24 ounces. The leathery skin is waxy and smooth, and when ripe entirely pale green or yellow marked with red, according to cultivar. The quality of the fruit is based on the scarcity of fiber and minimal turpentine taste.

The flesh of a mango is peachlike and juicy, with more or less numerous fibers radiating from the husk of the single large kidney-shaped seed. The flavor is pleasant and rich and high in sugars and acid.

Mango is easy to grow. It can be grown in full sun or half day sun with good drainage soil and moderately water. (Available at the store only)
The Meiwa or Large Round Kumquat (Fortunella.crassifolia) was introduced into the United States from Japan in 1910, but is still somewhat rare here.

Meiwa kumquats are more round in shape and are often referred to as "sweet kumquats". They have few seeds and are best eaten whole.

The Meiwa kumquats are not normally available commercially.
Pachystachys lutea, known by the common names Lollipop Plant and Golden Shrimp Plant, is a subtropical, soft-stemmed evergreen shrub between 36 and 48 inches tall. The zygomorphic, long-throated, short-lived white flowers emerge sequentially from overlapping bright yellow bracts on racemes that are produced throughout the warm months (spring, summer and early fall blooming. It is a popular landscape plant in tropical and subtropical areas of the world.

They grow in almost any well-drained soil but, like most ornamentals, prefer a soil with an acid reaction. Preferred morning sun, partial shade, filtered sun or bright shade.

Available in retail store only
This evergreen/semi-evergreen vine can grow up to 30 feet in height, but is easy to maintain at a much smaller size. Leaves are a mat green, sandpaper-like in texture. Star-shaped flowers are blue to purple in color and in clusters. Heavily bloom during the spring times then bloom on and off throughout the warm season. Plant in full sun or half day sun and water regularly. Not picky about fertilize.
Wax Apple 

 Wax Apple 

It is a tropical tree growing to 15 feet tall, with evergreen leaves 4-10 inches long and 2-4 inches broad. Leaves have a nice scented when it breaks. The flowers are white, 0.75-1 inch in diameter, with four petals and numerous stamens. The fruit is a bell-shaped edible berry, with colors ranging from white, pale green, green, soft greenish- pink, and red. The ripened fruit varies in hue and can be light pink to a dark. If it is ripe enough, the fruit will puff outwards, with the middle of the underside of the "bell shape" dented in a touch. Healthy wax apples have a light sheen to them. Despite its rather plain name, a wax apple is anything but plain. A ripe wax apple only resembles an apple on the outside in color. It doesn't taste like an apple. It has neither the fragrance nor the density of an apple. The flavor is a bit like a snow pear. The liquid to flesh ratio of the wax apple is comparable to a watermelon. It's remarkably refreshing and juicy. Unlike either apple or watermelon, the wax apple's flesh has a very loose weave. The very middle holds a seed that's situated in a sort of cotton-candy-like mesh. The mesh is edible but flavorless. The color of its juice depends on the cultivar of the fruit. ( Available in retail store)

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