Frank P Matthews
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Youngs Weeping Birch
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Weeping tree, branches reach the ground. White bark with black fissures. Serrated, glossy green leaves, golden in autumn.
Dwarf Weeping Birch
Hardy, dwarf birch to 2m with fine, feathery and delicately cut, greenish yellow leaves. Catkins in spring.
Hardy, small, weeping, evergreen tree with twisted branches. Glaucous silvery blue-green needles.
A striking evergreen with silvery blue spring growth with pendulous tips, that gradually matures to green.
An interesting cedar standing out with its bright chartreuse green needles in summer and bronze gold winter colour.
A rare and unusual form with long pendent branches and healthy attractive heart-shaped leaves.
Steeply pendulous small tree with glowing, golden yellow, heart-shaped leaves. Pink flowers in April/May.
Contorted, arching branches bearing soft, lavender pink, pea shaped flowers. Rich golden yellow autumn foliage.
A graceful weeping form with rich purple foliage, similar to ‘Forest Pansy’. Bright pink, pea like flowers in spring.
Graceful, weeping tree with arching branches, bearing white pea like flowers in spring. Light green, heart shaped foliage.
Elegant, weeping Cornus. Leaves turn red and purple in autumn. Large, white, pointed bracts in summer.
A good weeping purple beech more compact and with deeper red purple foliage. Leaves open brown and go almost black.