This small, broadly columnar tree has brown flaking old bark which shows cinnamon coloured new bark beneath. The three lobed yellowish-green leaves turn red and scarlet in autumn. Pale greenish-yellow flowers in late spring. Grows best in sun and light shade and on … Read More
Acer rubrum ‘Summer Red’
This variety is unique as the summer foliage is very attractive with crimson young leaves and growing tips and deep red stems. Enhanced autumn colours of two tone yellow and crimson.
Betula – Betula alba Pendula
The ‘Lady of the Woods’. A graceful slender tree with variable, white peeling bark developing with age and slightly pendulous branches. Diamond-shaped green leaves turn yellow in autumn. Makes an excellent windbreak and specimen tree. Native. (Europe)
Betula – Betula utilis ‘Snow Queen’
This exceptional tree produces a lovely white stem within three years. Ideal for planting as a specimen, multi-stemmed or in clumps. Strong yellow autumn tints.
Betula albosinensis Kansu
A good strong growing form with multicoloured copper and pink bark, one of the best forms of the albosinensis species.
A large, noble tree or excellent for hedging, this versatile tree has smooth silver-grey bark. Dark green leaves turn rich golden-copper in autumn. Thrives in well drained acid or alkaline soil and will tolerate semi-shade. (Europe)
Malus – Malus Cardinal
A beautiful foliage and flowering tree with large, intense pink, sumptuous flowers and dark almost black spring leaves changing to glossy red in summer. Deep red small fruit festoon the branches in the autumn. (USA)