Abies concolor ‘Violacea’

Abies

The White/Colorado Fir. One of the bluest firs with very silvery-blue needles. A naturally smallish tree.

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Abies koreana

Abies

Small slow growing tree, neat compact habit, leaves dark green, silvery white beneath, violet purple, cylindrical cones.

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Abies koreana ‘Silberlocke’

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A very slow growing tree with twisted leaves creating a silvery appearance. Cones develop at a young age.

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Abies koreana ‘Silver Curls’

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Dark curly needles which have silvery undersides makes an attractive small tree. Pyramidal in growth habit.

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Abies lasiocarpa ‘Compacta’

Abies

Slow growing dwarf tree with attractive blue-greyish leaves. Suitable for a large rock garden or lawn specimen.

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Acacia bai ‘Purpurea’

Acacia

The purple Cootamundra wattle. Exotic and striking purple bipinnate foliage and stunning mimosa flowers.

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Acacia dealbata

Acacia

Evergreen shrub with finely divided grey-green leaves and fragrant yellow flowers, borne in terminal clusters.

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Acer buergerianum

Acer

Produces a round crown of lush summer foliage, gives good red-orange autumn colour. Reddish-brown flaking bark.

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Acer campestre

Acer

Round-headed, good for hedges. Five lobed leaves pinkish-red turn golden russet and dark purple in autumn.

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Acer campestre ‘Carnival’

Acer

Bold, white leaf margins and pink growing tips. Cheerful and distinctive small tree all through the summer.

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Acer campestre ‘Elsrijk’

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A Dutch selection of dense, conical habit, with lobed mid-green leaves that turn yellow in autumn.

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Acer campestre ‘Evenley Red’

Acer

Small tree with a rounded crown. Exceptional, rich-red colours throughout the autumn months.

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Acer campestre ‘Green Column’

Acer

More upright, columnar version of Field Maple. Young leaves have a pink flush which turn orange in the autumn.

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Acer campestre ‘Red Shine’

Acer

Narrow pyramidal habit. New leaves crimson in spring, fading to mauve/green in summer, turning yellow in autumn.

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Acer campestre ‘William Caldwell’

Acer

A small tree with a compact and narrow, upright habit with good, orange-red autumn colour.

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Acer capillipes

Acer

Young growth coral red, green then reddish-orange in autumn. Yellow flowers, striated bark and pink fruits.

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Acer cappadocicum ‘Aureum’

Acer

The Golden Maple. Young leaves a stunning red turning golden yellow for many weeks. Wonderful autumn tints.

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Acer cappadocicum ‘Rubrum’

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Fiery blood-red young leaves turn green in summer and later golden yellow autumn tints. An excellent specimen tree.

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Acer carpinifolium

Acer

An amusing Acer whose leaves look like a Hornbeam. The autumn colour is a wonderful, golden-yellow.

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Acer caudatifolium

Acer

A small to medium-sized, densely-branched tree with smooth green to reddish-green bark marked with faint white stripes.

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Acer conspicuum ‘Red Flamingo’

Acer

Leaves have attractive pink variegation with deep red young shoots. Colourful winter bark, exceptional small tree.

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Acer conspicuum ‘Silver Vein’

Acer

Strong growing, snakebark making a small tree. Branches marked green/white. Leaves butter yellow in autumn.

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Acer crataegifolium ‘Veitchii’

Acer

Long dark green leaves with striking white and pale pink variegation in summer, then brilliant pink and purple in autumn.

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Acer davidii ‘George Forrest’

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Large shiny dark green leaves and rhubarb-red stalks. Green and white snakeskin-like striated bark.

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