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MALUS THUNDERCHILD

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).

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MORUS ALBA PENDULA

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.

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PLATANUS ACERIFOLIC

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.

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POPULUS TREM. ERECTA

New introduction from Sweden; with a narrow and columnar habit. Good selection for colder climates. Foliage is green and plays a soothing tune in light breezes. Use as a specimen.

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PRUNUS CERAS. CRIMSON POINTE

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.

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PRUNUS NEWPORTII

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.

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PRUNUS SER. KIKU-SHIDARE

In mid- to late spring, weeping branches are covered in pink buds, opening to clusters of double pink flowers. Young bronze leaves turn glossy green in summer and red orange in fall. This magnificent weeping tree is ideal for a small garden, as a specimen!

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PRUNUS SERRULATA KWANZAN

Irresistible flowering cherry! It bears large, deep pink, double flowers in spring; profuse and long flowering time (can be three weeks). Flowers are followed by small black cherry-like fruits. Bronze new leaves, turning deep green in summer and orange-bronze in fall. Plant in an area protected from winter winds. Winter protection needed for first years. Use as a specimen.

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PRUNUS SERRULATA AMANOGAWA

Tree with an upright, narrow habit. In spring, appear fragrant flowers, pink, single to semi-double, sometimes developing small black cherry-like fruits. Emerging leaves are yellowish green, turning green in summer, then red-orange in fall. A suitable cherry tree for gardens where space may be more limited. Use as a specimen. Plant in an area protected from winter winds. Winter protection needed for first years.

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PRUNUS SUBHIRTELLA PENDULA

Prunus subhirtella 'Pendula' is different from the species because of its weeping habit and its long branches almost touching the soil. Spectacular spring flowering; numerous clusters of pink single flowers emerge from the tree. The green foliage turns red and yellow in fall. Winter protection is recommended for the first years only.

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