"A stately large, vase-shaped shade tree with massive yet delicate compound leaves. Nice dark green to blue green foliage turning yellow in fall. Its deeply furrowed bark adds to the charm of this tree. Seedless cultivar. Tolerant of adverse growing conditions like pollution or drought. Use it for larger landscapes. "
Large, wide tree of oval, irregular shape. Light, glossy green foliage, giving a good amount of shade. Leaves will turn brownish yellow in fall. In spring, catkin yellowish flowers, turning later in October into globular fruits of which the nut is edible. Very good resistance to pollution. Use alone in large areas.
Conical, narrow growth in youth maturing to oval-rounded habit. Dense, bright green foliage that turns to nice shades of yellow in fall. The nice tulip shaped flowers, yellow with orange spots at the base are very fragrant. These flowers appear only on old specimens and in our climat, they appear but only a few at a time. The cone shaped fruits, elongated, turn brown in October and stay in winter. Does not tolerate pollution. It must be protected from cold winter winds.
Small, roud-headed tree. Very decorative new shoots, grayish green when unfolding finally turning a dark green. In June, greenish white fragrant flowers appear, smelling like new mown grass. Use as a specimen, for its elegance!
SunSpirE’ produces very deep yellow flowers which appear late, after frost. The leaves are glossy on a tree with a very distinct fastigiate growth habit, perfect for narrow space.Plant in an area protected from winds so that flowers buds do not freeze during winter. A winter protection is suggested for the first years. Prune after flowering, if needed. Used isolated for its spectacular flowering.
Tree with a round, wide, symmetrical shape. It features a dark green foliage, with purple tinges, turning orangy red in fall. Double, fragrant, dark pink flowers in May are followed by large yellow-green fruits (3,25cm). Good resistance to diseases and urban pollution.
Very nice crabapple with dainty coral pink buds that open into double pink flowers. This compact, uniform growing tree has a rounded head and tiny dark green leaves. Produces orange-red fruits (1,25cm). Very disease resistant.
This pretty blooming crabapple is covered with masses of lovely soft pink blossoms in early spring, and bronzey red leaves through the summer, that turn orange into the fall. Unlike many crabapples, this disease resistant variety is considered 'seedless' or fruitless as it rarely produces ornamental fruit. It is an excellent small landscape tree with broad, upright habit.
Tree with a wide rounded top. Flower buds are pink, opening into white, fragrant flowers. Flowering is more abundant every two years. Glossy green foliage turns yellow in fall. Its purplish-red fruits (3,8cm) ripe in July and fall around the end of August. They are edible and often used to make jelly.
Crabapple with an upright habit. Its pink flowers emerge before the foliage. The dark purple foliage turns yellow in fall. Numerous small purple berries are produced and stayed on the tree up to the end of fall. Tolerates pollution. Ideal for very small gardens. Disease resistant.