Frank P Matthews
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A handsome, rare Oak with glossy leaves, pink tinted in spring, then turning deep crimson in autumn.
Evergreen or Holm Oak
Leaves are green with silver underneath. Yellow catkins in June giving rise to acorns. Height after 10yrs over 6m.
‘Pin Oak’. A fast growing, large dense-headed tree with slender drooping branches and red/brown autumn foliage.
Narrowly columnar, with dense, upright branches. Glossy, dark green leaves. Deep red/bronze leaves in autumn.
Loquat Leaf Oak
A rare, evergreen Oak. Has large shiny-green leaves. The new growth is a rich-purple ageing to green.
English or Pedunculate Oak
A long lived tree. Lobed leaves are dark green. Acorns are produced in abundance. Height after 10yrs over 6m.
Fast growing large tree with smooth silver grey bark. Leaves turn a superb scarlet in the autumn.
(Golden Red Oak) Bright golden yellow foliage in the spring followed by intense red autumn colours.
(Swamp Red Oak) Deeply-cut, glossy green leaves turn red and purple in autumn. Happy in heavy soils.
New leaves are a deep burgundy-red in spring, turning dark green, then red and orange tints in autumn.
A large, spreading, semi-evergreen tree, with dark green, oblong, deeply lobed leaves with a hairy underside.
A hybrid oak, from the National Arboretum in Washington. Medium sized, resistant tree with superb red autumn colour.