Japanese MaplesBeautiful trees of various sizes and colours.Click here for purple-leafed varieties.Click here for green-leafed varieties.Click here for variegated varieties.
A shapely tree growing to more than 8M in height. Features the typical Canadian Leaf, green in spring and summer and deep red in autumn
One of the best shade trees available. The green, maple-shaped leaves turn a stunning red in autumn. Grows to at least 8 metres.
A tall, fast growing tree to more than 8 metres. The green leaves to to a brilliant scarlet in autumn. Makes an excellent shade tree.
"Red Horse Chestnut"
A beautiful tree for a large lawn area. In spring, masses of rose-pink flowers, standing like candles. Large dark green palmate leaves.
An oval shaped, deciduous tree growing to approx 9M x 5M. Used extensively in Europe for hedging of pleaching (hedge on a stick). Attractive small green leaves with a serrated edge.
A popular tree, suitable for small suburban gardens. Produces pink flowers in bare branches in spring, followed by deep purple leaves. Beautiful autumn tones of reds, oranges and purple. Grows to approx 5M.
A small, spreading tree producing masses of rosy-lilac flowers on bare stem in spring. May have attractive hanging seed pods in summer. In cultivation a height of 5 metres or so can be expected.
A small tree with golden-yellow to light green, heart-shaped leaves appearing after the flowers. In spring the tree is covered with clusters of mauve flowers on bare branches. Alternates beautifully with 'Forest Pansy'. Grows to approx 4M
A beautiful small tree growing to approx 5M. Spectacular display of purple flowers before the leaves appear. The vibrant green leaves turn yellow to orange in autumn. One of the best "Redbuds" for warmer areas.
The "Crepe Myrtles" are very useful plants with attractive features throughout the year. In summer, masses of flowers are produced in colours of white, pink, mauve, red and purple. The flowers look like crepe paper. Attractive multi-coloured autumn foliage. The unique exfoliating bark is a distinctive winter feature. As they are best in hot positions, they can be used as a substitute for the lovely Japanese Maples.
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A beautiful tree, especially in autumn when the colours are a stunning blend of reds and oranges. Capable of growing more than 8M. Tolerates damp-wet soils.