Upright tree with a wide vase-like shape at the top. Short leading trunk with branches shooting upwards. Foliage is coppery bronze all season long. Deep pink flowers in spring, followed by small purple fruits (1,25cm).
Wide and dense, strictly weeping tree. Handsome, dark green and shiny leaves.This mulberry will give a good crop of sweet, edible mulberries around the end of June or early July. Birds relish these fruits. Very resistant to drought. Good tolerance to pollution. Best to prune young trees more severely in spring. Use alone.
Red mulberry has dark green, toothed leaves that are rough to the touch. The leaf shape can vary from oval to 2-lobed or 3-lobed on a single branch. Red mulberry has large, spreading and drooping branches that require a lot of space The fruits are small, fleshy, resembling an elongated blackberry. They are red or dark purple when ripe in midsummer.
A good, landscape tree with a vase-shaped crown, for large lawns or parks. Grayish-brown bark on mature trees is ridged and corky. This is an improved cultivar over the common, amur corktree; better branched and more upright. A specimen tree.
'Exclamation' London Planetree has forest green foliage throughout the season. The large serrated lobed leaves turn coppery-bronze in fall.The mottled silver bark is extremely showy and adds significant winter interest. Highly tolerant of urban pollution and will even thrive in inner city environments
Tree with a pyramidal habit becoming rounded when aging. Known for its decorative bark: yellowish, smooth and exfoliates in small patches. Dense foliage emerging late, similar to maple leaves but with a more rough and rigid texture. Tolerates pollution so iT’s perfect for urban areas. Has to be planted in a sheltered area.
This unique tree with strongly columnar shape is a perfect specimen for smaller landscapes or massed to line expansive drives. White flowers in early spring are followed by showy, glossy, bronze-to-maroon foliage. Produces small ornamental fruist in summer.
Small ornamental tree with spring red ruby foliage. It becomes reddish purple later for the rest of the season. It produces a profusion of pretty pale pink to white flowers that appear on branches still devoid of leaves. Purple fruits, edible though a little sour, will then be produced in abundance to the delight of birds.
Small tree with a round shape. New shoots are light red and turn purplish red later in season. In spring appear white flowers with a touch of pink. They are followed by purple fruits (around 2,5 m in diameter). Use as a specimen.