Acer buergeranum - Trident Maple Acer buergeranum - Trident Maple
Grows to 25 ft. Gets its name from its well-defined three-lobed dark green leaf. A nice yard tree as it is fairly compact with good fall color. Also quite popular as a bonsai. A Japanese native … | 03.01. 2008
Acer buergerianum - trident maple Acer buergerianum - trident maple
Trident maple is an attractive medium-sized tree with unusual leaves. They are three-lobed and their size, depth of lobing as well as autumn colour may vary greatly with location …
Acer cappadocicum 'Aureum' - Cappadocian maple Acer cappadocicum 'Aureum' - Cappadocian maple
Among maples that do not belong to the Japanese group you can also find jewels that offer something a little more extraordinary than the common species. Aureum variety of Cappadocian maple is one example …
Acer griseum: Paperbark Maple Seeds Acer griseum - Paperbark Maple
Zone: 4 to 8 Grows to: 20-30 ft. Can be a little tricky to grow from seed, but very rewarding. A beautiful small tree with great individuality and brilliant red fall foliage. Lovely rich reddish brown peeling bark stands out wonderfully in a winter landscape. A wonderful specimen … | 17.05. 2007
Acer mandshuricum - Manchurian Maple Acer mandshuricum - Manchurian Maple
Zones: 5 to 7 Mature Height: 30-40 feet A rare sight even in botanical gardens. Upright, spreading form. Orange to red fall color. Manchurian Maple prefers partial to full sun and moist soils … | 03.01. 2008
Japanese Red Maple Acer palmatum atropurpureum - Japanese Red Maple
Considered the most graceful of all maples. This versatile landscaping tree really stands out with deep blood red, finely cut foliage in spring. 15-25 tall with similar spread. Japanese Red Maple s foliage is most colorful in full sun. Super hardy. 2 - 3 plants. Deer tend to avoid … | 17.05. 2007
Seiryu Japanese Maple Tree Acer palmatum 'Dissectum Seiryu' - Seiryu Japanese Maple
Attractive garden or patio tree displays exciting cascading branches. The green foliage turns yellow-gold to red in fall. Useful small tree for garden accents or in containers. Try it behind medium sized, moss covered boulders mixed with flowering shade shrubs like azaleas. Makes … | 30.05. 2007
Acer pennsylvanicum: Striped Maple Acer pennsylvanicum - Snakebark Maple, Moosewood, Striped Maple
Grows to 40 ft. A small North American native maple with brilliant golden yellow fall color. Smooth green bark with white stripes. Excellent landscape tree … | 30.05. 2007
Acer platanoides 'Columnare' - Norway maple Acer platanoides 'Columnare' - Norway maple
Norway maple is a native European tree commonly cultivated in countries and regions with harsh winters. It is one of the most common street and park in Czech and Slovak republics. Its tolerance against pollution, low winter temperatures, and vigorous growth made it a useful tree for …
Acer platanoides 'Crimson King' - Norway maple Acer platanoides 'Crimson King' - Norway maple
Crimson King is a majestic looking maple tree for large gardens, parks, and city avenues. Its palmate leaves are dark crimson red, almost black, and glossy, turning orange-red in autumn. In the spring, just as leaves emerge, it flowers profusely with many small yellow flowers, typical …
Acer platanoides 'Drummondii' - Norway maple Acer platanoides 'Drummondii' - Norway maple
Drummondii is a variegated form of Norway maple, only some 100 years old. The decades from its birth proved its popularity which is still very high. The leaves are beautifully creamy white variegated at the margins, with bright green centres …
Acer pseudoplatanus 'Brilliantissimum' - sycamore Acer pseudoplatanus 'Brilliantissimum' - sycamore
Men usually get mad when women describe colours with expressions like salmon pink, peachy red etc. Well, men, get ready for another hit below the belt: we have a tree whose leaves are SHRIMP pink. Not familiar with that colour? Go to the nearest restaurant and have a prawn-cocktail …
Acer rubrum: Red Maple Acer rubrum - Red Maple, Scarlet Maple
Grows to 100 ft. Dense foliage, profuse small red flowers in April. Native to eastern United States. More cold hardy than Acer platanoides (Norway maple) and faster growing. Brilliant scarlet fall color … | 30.05. 2007
Acer shirasawanum 'Aureum' - Japanese maple Acer shirasawanum 'Aureum' - Japanese maple
Japanese maples are pride of every neat garden. Some are large, others seem motionless owing to extremely slow growth rate. This variety looks similar to acer palmatum but does not grow so large or wide. Its leaves are punkah-shaped leaves are golden yellow, with pinkish tinted margins …
Acer tataricum - Tatarian Maple Acer tataricum - Tatarian Maple
Grows to 30 ft. Small tree similar to Acer ginnala, but taller with unlobed leaves. Very tough. A good choice when a small tree is needed … | 30.05. 2007
Aesculus x mutabilis - hybrid painted buckeye Aesculus x mutabilis - hybrid painted buckeye
This buckeye is a garden hybrid between aesculus pavia and aesculus sylvatica, both from S.E. USA. It was described already in early 20th century but in Europe it is still little known since another, very similar tree has been popular here for decades = aesculus pavia “Koehnei” …
Albizia julibrissin 'Boubri' OMBRELLA® - silk tree Albizia julibrissin 'Boubri' OMBRELLA® - silk tree
Mimosaceae plants are popular mainly in southern Europe as they are very drought tolerant. Even though they come from subtropical parts of the world we can also grow some of them in our climate. Ombrella® belongs to the hardy group. It was a chance selection from France which was …
White Alder Shade Tree Alnus rhombifolia - Alder Shade
Very fast growing to 50 to 75 feet or clip to shape. Wide spreading. Very tolerant of heat and wind. Likes a very consistent source of water. Would make a good lawn tree, or planted near or around rivers or streams. Hardy to about -10 to -20° sF … | 17.05. 2007
Amelanchier arborea 'Robin Hill' - downy serviceberry Amelanchier arborea 'Robin Hill' - downy serviceberry
Juneberry and downy serviceberry species are popular shrubs and trees that are celebrating their renaissance at the beginning of the new millennium. They belong to both ornamental plants as well as fruit trees which is why they are regaining interest. They are very easy to grow and …
Aralia elata 'Silver umbrella' - Japanese angelica tree Aralia elata 'Silver umbrella' - Japanese angelica tree
If you are looking for an architectural plant that will attract passers-by’s eyes but will require zero maintenance at the same time and on top of that will be hardy enough not to worry about it in winter, have a look at this Japanese angelica tree. Could the leaves look like angel’s …