Delivery throughout whole summer / trees in container

Delivery throughout whole summer / trees in container and plant bag

We can offer you a large part of our range of shaped and multi-stemmed trees in container and plant bag. The advantage of these container- and plant bag trees is that they can be planted all year round. One does not have to wait until the leaves of the trees have fallen, which offers the possibility to complete a project in its entirety immediately. The trees are potted in containers, airpot or plant bag and are fully rooted when they will be delivered to the customer.

Our product range container trees

Chinese maple, Snakebark maple

Acer davidii

Acer davidii belongs to the so-called snakeskin maples. The young twigs are dark purple and retain this color through winter. The older branches and trunk have distinctive grey-white vertical stripes. Striking: There are male ànd female flowers on one plant. Beautiful yellow, orange and red fall colors. This acer is also a tree for bees and a host tree for butterflies.

Freeman maple

Acer freemanii 'Jeffersred' ('Autumn Blaze')

Beautiful multi-stemmed maple with fairly small, fresh green leaves with red petioles and a greyish underside. Beautiful autumn color from deep orange-red to intense red that you can enjoy for a long time.

Paperbark maple

Acer griseum

The most important feature and also the greatest ornamental value is the cinnamon brown bark, which flakes off strongly. After a number of years, the bark turns more intense brown-red. It flowers in May in yellow-green clusters. The leaves are dark green with a grey-green underside. With its brilliant orange to crimson fall color, Acer griseum is one of the prettiest of all maples. Striking appearance when planted as a multi-stem. Tree for bees, host for butterflies.

Japanese maple 'Aconitifolium'

Acer japonicum 'Aconitifolium'

Beautiful multi-stemmed maple with relatively large leaves with deeply dissected lobes. As a result, he does not get a rough appearance. In autumn, the leaves turn from bright yellow and orange to a deep dark red or even purplish-red. Red flower corymbs form around April/May.

Japanese maple

Acer palmatum

Acer palmatum is a slow growing multi-stem tree. It has beautifully incised leaves and turns exuberant brown-red to orange-red in autumn. It thrives best in partial shade, but also thrives in a sunny spot.

Purple Japanese maple

Acer palmatum 'Atropurpureum'

The leaves of Acer palmatum 'Atropurpureum' are dark wine-red, slightly redder with freshly sprouted leaves. In autumn it turns a beautiful deep red. 'Atropurpureum' is one of the most commonly used cultivars of Acer palmatum and a real eye-catcher in the garden.

Japanese maple 'Katsura'

Acer palmatum 'Katsura'

Acer palmatum 'Katsura' is a densely branched shrub with striking orange-yellow spring leaves. In the summer the leaves turn yellow-green, after which they turn orange again in the fall. The young branches of the Japanese maple are dark red, which forms a nice contrast to the leaves. This plant is hardy.

Japanese maple 'Skeeter's Broom'

Acer palmatum 'Skeeter's Broom'

This is a slow-growing Japanese maple with serrated and deeply cut purplish-red leaves. Especially popular because of its beautiful leaves during spring, summer and autumn. The leaves retain their red-purple color until leaf fall and turn even deeper red in autumn. Around April it blooms with inconspicuous red flowers. The plant is hardy.

Red maple, Scarlet maple, Swamp maple

Acer rubrum

Particularly beautiful multi-stemmed plant, especially in autumn, when the leaves turn info flaming orange-red tones. But Acer rubrum is also noticeable in spring: its young twigs have a striking reddish-brown color. The leaf is light green, but the petiole is red. The backside of the leaf is colored blue-green. Acer rubrum flowers in March/April with small, red, fragrant umbels. Valuable for bees (honeyplant).

Grey snake-bark maple / Redvein maple

Acer rufinerve

Acer rufinerve turns fiery orange-yellow to carmine red in autumn. This is an important ornamental value of this plant. Before the leaves appear, it is a beautiful eye-catcher with its olive-green twigs with striking, white-grey longitudinal stripes. It flowers with yellow-green flower clusters in April/May. Tree for bees.

June berry

Amelanchier lamarckii

This ornamental shrub, known as (American) currant tree or Juneberry, has white flower clusters and dark purple edible fruit. The leaves are initially bronze-colored and later turn dark green. In the autumn they turn into yellow and red shades.

White Himalayan birch / pure white birch

Betula utilis jacquemontii

The Betula utilis jacquemontii is also known by the English name White Himalayan birch or Pure White Birch. The beautiful tree bark of this multi-stem is pure white. The leaves turn golden in autumn.

Eastern sweetshrub

Calycanthus floridus

Calycanthus floridus, also called Eastern Sweetshrub, owes its name to its spicy scent, which most resembles cloves. In May-July it blooms with upright dark purple-brown flowers. The light green leaves are somewhat fleshy and slightly glossy. In short: a nice striking multi-stem that deserves to be used more often.


Carpinus betulus, pleached on stem

In mid-April, the outgrowth of the freshly green colored leaves takes place, so earlier than the common beech (Fagus). The advantage of this tree is the easily recovery after pruning. The autumn color is dark yellow. The Carpinus betulus is a maintenance friendly tree, as it hardly suffers from diseases and therefore can grow very old.


Carpinus betulus, multi-stem

In mid-April, the outgrowth of the freshly green colored leaves takes place, so earlier than the common beech (Fagus). The advantage of this tree is the easily recovery after pruning. The autumn color is dark yellow. The Carpinus betulus is a maintenance friendly tree, as it hardly suffers from diseases and therefore can grow very old.

Golden Indian bean Tree / Golden trumpet tree

Catalpa bignonioides 'Aurea'

This beautiful multi-stem owes its name Golden Trumpet Tree to the large yellow heart-shaped leaves. In the summer it turns yellow-green and later in the autumn the leaves turn yellow again. In June it forms large, bell-shaped, white flower clusters. A beautiful fresh colored multi-stem.

Katsura tree / Caramel tree

Cercidiphyllum japonicum

The Cercidiphyllum japonicum is a multi-stemmed tree with round to heart-shaped leaves that turn bronze-colored and turn bluish green in the summer. In the autumn, the leaves change color beautifully from yellow-orange to orange-red and then spread a sweet scent.

Eastern redbud

Cercis canadensis 'Forest Pansy'

The bark of Cercis canadensis 'Forest Pansy' is grey-brown and smooth. The annual twigs are purple-brown and later turn grey-brown. The young round leaves are a striking shiny purple-black. Later it loses its luster and turns to a deep purple-red. It only turns greener when the night temperatures get higher. It flowers very conspicuously, just before the leaf development, light pink and in small bundles. Likes full sun. In autumn it turns a beautiful orange and red. Truly a beautiful multi-stem. In addition, a tree for bees, a host tree for butterflies.

Kousa dogwood / Judas tree

Cercis siliquastrum

The trunk is gray and remains smooth for a long time. The tree flowers profusely, just before leaf development. The purple-pink flowers are in compact bundles on old twigs, branches and trunk. After flowering, the green leaves form. Cercis siliquastrum likes full sun and tolerates drought well. Tree for bees.

Melon tree

Chimonanthus praecox

Small, multi-stemmed tree with grey-green branches. The leaves vary greatly in size and are fresh, dark green and slightly shiny. It has a yellow autumn color and depending on the frost period, it blooms between December and the end of February with fresh, fragrant, soft yellow flowers with a crimson heart.

Kentucky yellowwood

Cladrastis kentukea

The stem of Cladrastis kentukea is gray brown and smooth. From May to June, slightly fragrant white flower clouds appear. This tree belongs to the Butterfly Flower family. The leaves turn into a striking yellow in autumn.

Chance tree / Harlequin glory bowe

Clerodendrum trichotomum

This is a multi-stemmed shrub by nature. The ovoid to heart-shaped leaves smell like peanut butter when rubbed. The flower bunches are loose and open and consist of small, approx. 1.5 cm, white, pleasantly fragrant flowers with a strikingly dark red calyx. In the heart of this dark red calyx are beautiful deep blue colored berries of approx. 1 cm in size. This flowering takes place in August/September. Valuable for bees (honey plant), host tree for butterflies.

Alternate-leaf dogwood / pagoda dogwood

Cornus alternifolia

The underside of the dark green leaves of Cornus alternifolia is bluish. In late spring, creamy white flowers appear in upright flat corymbs running the length of the branches. They are followed by small blue-black berries on striking red stalks. Closely related to Cornus controversa and you can think of it as a smaller version of it. Value tree for butterflies, food tree for birds.

Giant dogwood / Wedding cake tree

Cornus controversa

The Giant dogwood or Pagoda dogwood (Cornus controversa) is showered with fluffy white flowers from mid-May. This multi-trunk has an architectural ornamental value. Small tree of which the horizontal branching branching is the main feature. Twigs color from reddish brown to gray. The leaf is irregular in shape and size and has a glossy dark green color. The underside is strikingly blue-green. In autumn it turns purple-red. The umbel-shaped flower clusters can have a diameter of approximately 15 cm. They stand on short stalks and are arranged over the horizontal branching. The many dark blue berries appear in the autumn. Tree for bees, host tree for butterflies, food tree for birds.

Flowering dogwood 'China Girl'

Cornus kousa 'China Girl'

The foliage of Cornus kousa 'China Girl' is dark green above and blue-green below. Leaf margin slightly wavy. The autumn color is purple-red. Each flower head is surrounded by four large bracts that overlap slightly. The bracts turn from white-green to creamy white and do not turn pink when they bloom. It produces many large red strawberry-like fruits of approximately 2.5 cm. These are edible. Host for butterflies, food tree for birds.

Chinese flowering dogwood / Cornel

Cornus kousa chinensis

Cornus kousa chinensis has dark green leaves with a blue-green underside. In the fall it develops beautiful yellow and red leaves. Each flower is surrounded by 4 large, bright white bracts, making this tree a striking sight in May/June. The strawberry-like fruits are red. The fruits are perfectly edible and taste a bit like cranberries and are good to use in jams, compotes, etc. or to eat on their own. Host for butterflies, food tree for birds.

Chinese dogwood 'Milky Way'

Cornus kousa 'Milky Way'

The Cornus kousa 'Milky Way' is a floriferous dogwood form with dark green leaves on top and blue green on the underside with a slightly wavy leaf margin, which changes to purple in autumn. Flowering in spring and early summer is notable for the large creamy white bracts that can be followed by red, strawberry-like fruits. Host for butterflies, food tree for birds.

Chinese dogwood 'Satomi'

Cornus kousa 'Satomi'

Beautiful multi-stemmed dogwood with dark green leaves on top and blue-green leaves on the underside and a slightly ruffled leaf margin that turns a deep crimson in fall. In May, the plant blooms light pink in warm weather, pink-red in cool and humid weather. Host for butterflies, food tree for birds.

Chinese dogwood ' Schmetterling'

Cornus kousa 'Schmetterling'

Beautiful multi-stemmed dogwood with glossy, wavy, pointed oval green leaves that turn from yellow to orange-red in autumn. Cream-white spring flowering in May/June. This plant is hardy. Host tree for butterflies, food tree for birds.

Chinese dogwood 'Weisse Fontaine'

Cornus kousa 'Weisse Fontaine'

This cultivar Cornus kousa 'Weisse Fontaine' has extra-large white flowers and drooping twigs, making these flowers stand out very nicely. The flowers are surrounded by fairly large bracts that are creamy white to bright white in color and these appear on the plant in June. In full bloom, this dogwood is particularly decorative. The red fruits somewhat resemble raspberries, have a diameter of approximately 2 cm and stand on approximately 4 cm long red stems. The leaf is dark green and slightly wavy. In the fall, the tree turns to yellow and scarlet hues. Host for butterflies, food tree for birds.

Pocket-handkerchief tree, Dove tree

Davidia involucrata

Davidia involucrata gets its name from the large white bracts folded around the flowers. Involucrata literally means 'encased'. The trunk peels off in different shades of gray. The leaf is heart-shaped to ovate and acuminate. The underside of the leaf is not hairy. In autumn the leaves turn a beautiful golden yellow, orange and violet.

Thornless honey locust

Gleditsia triacanthos f. inermis

Partly due to its erratic growth, this tree is a beautiful multi-stem. In summer the leaf is bright green and in autumn it turns a beautiful golden yellow. Characteristic of this tree is that it does not bear thorns. Furthermore, this Gleditsia triacanthos f. inermis has a gray trunk with shallow grooves, the twigs and the young leaves, on the other hand, are reddish brown. The name f. inermis is a collective name for various thornless forms of G. triacanthos. He is therefore often preferred. The leaf runs late. In summer it is fresh green, in autumn golden yellow. Tree for bees.

Thornless golden honey locust 'Skyline'

Gleditsia triacanthos 'Skyline'

This tree has an erratic growth. They are beautiful multi-stems with a transparent crown through which the sunlight shines beautifully filtered. Emerging leaves are a beautiful fresh green and spectacular golden yellow in autumn. In winter it stands out because of its beautiful silhouette. The Gleditsia triacanthos 'Skyline' has a somewhat pyramidal habit. In contrast to other Gleditsia species, this one is compact and quite closed. Because of this property 'Skyline' is often used as a street and avenue tree. The trunk is colored gray and provided with fine grooves. The branches are thornless and color from reddish brown to olive brown. The large leaves emerge late and turn golden yellow in autumn. 'Skyline' is one of the hardiest cultivars. Tree for bees.

Thornless golden honey locust 'Sunburst'

Gleditsia triacanthos 'Sunburst'

This Gleditsia tr. 'Sunburst' differs from the species because of the golden-yellow shoots in the spring. Young emerging leaves are colored bright yellow and as the summer progresses they turn to greenish yellow. The 2nd sprouts (St. Janslot) are also strikingly yellow in color. The autumn color is also uniform yellow. Young twigs are golden, but turn brownish green. 'Sunburst' has a beautiful transparent crown through which the sunlight shines nicely filtered and this is also a thornless variety. Tree for bees.

Seven Son Flower

Heptacodium miconioides

Heptacodium miconioides carries large loose white flower panicles in September. After flowering the white flower wreath falls off and the calyx grows out and colors beautifully purple-red for a few weeks.The plant can have a purple autumn color. This gives it a long decorative value.

Varnish tree / Golden rain tree

Koelreuteria paniculata

The Koelreuteria paniculata is generally known as Varnish tree or as Golden rain tree. In bloom, during July / August, this multi-stemmed tree blooms with yellow plumes. After flowering, this multi-stem forms lampion-like fruit. The leaves turn yellow / orange in autumn.

Crepe myrtle 'Muskogee'

Lagerstroemia 'Muskogee'

Lagerstroemia 'Muskogee' is a crossing between Lagerstroemia fauriei and Lagerstroemia indica Pink lace. Dark green small leaves, oppositely arranged, somewhat leathery. Flowers lavender-purple in panicles from late July to late September, about 18 cm long and 15 cm wide. Beautiful reddish-brown smooth bark, later flaking. Yellow-orange to red autumn coloring When he has lost his leaves, the beautiful marbled bark rightly attracts attention. Tree for bees.

Crepe myrtle 'Natchez'

Lagerstroemia 'Natchez'

Lagerstroemia 'Natchez' is a cross between Lagerstroemia indica and L. fauriei, making it one of the better hybrids of this genus. The cinnamon-brown rind that flakes off to a lighter grey-brown is an important added value. It has glossy dark green leaves in summer that turn orange to red in fall depending on local conditions and temperature. In the second half of summer, the white flowers open in dense panicles up to 30 cm long. The petals are typically fringed, giving the buds a "fluffy" appearance. The yellow stamens add subtle color. It tolerates drought and heat well. 'Natchez' is one of the better tree varieties for use in a temperate climate. Tree for bees.

Amber tree / Sweet Gum

Liquidambar styraciflua

Liquidambar styraciflua, also known as Amber Tree, is very resistant to our climate. It has beautiful deeply incised leaves with 5 leaf tips, which are yellow-green in spring. In autumn they turn red/brown/purple. Especially in autumn a striking appearance because of these beautiful autumn colors. In addition, the bark is deeply grooved and bears, like the branches and twigs, beautiful corky wings.

Amber tree / Sweet Gum 'Worplesdon'

Liquidambar styraciflua 'Worplesdon'

This species, also known as Sweet Gum, is highly resistant to our climate. Beautiful deep incised leaves with 5 leaf tips. Especially in autumn a striking tree due to its beautiful autumn color with orange tones (from apricot-like to orange-red). Good uniform growth.

Kobushi / Thurber's Magnolia / Beaver Tree 'Galaxy'

Magnolia 'Galaxy'

The flower buds are only formed in spring and therefore cannot freeze in winter. The large flowers open around the end of April. Very nice ornamental value: the flower buds are deep red-purple and the open flowers are deep pink-purple on the outside and much lighter on the inside. The flowers appear shortly before the leaves form, but usually after the last frost. The beautiful red-purple flowers are lightly scented.

Kobushi / Thurber's Magnolia / Beaver Tree

Magnolia kobus

The Magnolia kobus, English name beaver tree, is a multi-stem with rich flowering during March / April. This multi-stem is the first to show its beautiful white flowers, as a result it is often incorrectly referred to as the tulip tree. Only when the flowers have finished blooming, the green leaves appear.

Kobushi / Thurber's Magnolia / Saucer Magnolia soulangeana

Magnolia soulangeana

Magnolia soulangeana is one of the richest flowering Magnolias. The flowers appear before leaf formation. When a Magnolia soulangeana is in bloom in a garden, it is immediately the eye-catcher. It flowers in April/May and flowers on the bare wood. Beautiful purple/white-pink flowers, which resemble a tulip flower in shape, adorn the entire tree.

Apple Tree 'Elstar'

Malus domestica 'Elstar'

This apple tree is beautiful when it is full of apples of the most widely grown variety in the Netherlands: Elstar. In the spring during the flowering period, this tree is a beautiful appearance due to the pinkish blossoms. Self-pollinating. This espalier is very suitable against a wall of a house or shed.

Apple Tree 'Gravensteiner'

Malus domestica 'Gravensteiner'

Malus domestica ‘Gravensteiner’ is an early flowering apple tree with white to pale pink blossom. The buds of the blossom are dark pink. The apples of this tree have a yellow-orange color and are known for their sweet, fresh taste.

Apple Tree 'James Grieve'

Malus domestica 'James Grieve'

Malus domestica 'James Grieve' is an old apple tree variety. This apple tree blooms for a long time with red buds and white flowers. The flowers are resistant to light frost, which means the chance of a regular annual harvest is high. Harvest time is between late August and early September and the apples have a juicy and slightly sour taste.

Apple Tree 'Rode Boskoop'

Malus domestica 'Rode Boskoop'

This apple tree in the Red Boskoop variety has the same beautiful pinkish white blossom as the better known Elstar. This tree blooms for a long time. The Red Boskoop apple has a rough, red skin and a bittersweet taste, so the fruit is great for making apple pie.

Ornamental Crab Apple

Malus 'Evereste', espalier

The Malus ‘Evereste’ (crabapple or flowering crab) is a beautiful appearance, especially when the tree is full of white blossom. Also in the autumn it is again a stunning image due to the orange-red apples. The dark green leaves linger long until the autumn when they will turn into a yellow-orange color. In short, a tree that can be enjoyed all year round.

Ornamental Crab Apple

Malus 'Evereste', multi-stem

The Malus ‘Evereste’ (crabapple or flowering crab) is a beautiful appearance, especially when the tree is full of white blossom. Also in the autumn it is again a stunning image due to the orange-red apples. The dark green leaves linger long until the autumn when they will turn into a yellow-orange color. In short, a tree that can be enjoyed all year round.

Persian iron wood

Parrotia persica

This tree has a naturally erratic growth with beautiful autumn colours: red, yellow and purple. The trunk is light gray with purplish brown spots and has peeling bark plates. The glossy leaf emerges dark and is often crooked in shape and the upper half of the leaf margin is irregularly wavy. Older specimens can flower, this is in February/March, before leaf formation. These flowers are then about 2 cm. large and stand out for the bright red anthers. A striking multi-stem that is a real asset to any garden.

Persian iron wood 'Vanessa'

Parrotia persica 'Vanessa'

The light gray trunk of Parrotia persica 'Vanessa' has purplish brown spots and peeling bark plates. This is particularly decorative on older trees. Young twigs have prominent lenticels. The glossy leaf emerges dark. The most important ornamental value is the autumn coloring in red, yellow and purple tones. Older specimens may also flower. The flowers are about 2 cm in size and stand out because of the bright red anthers. In full bloom, the still bare shrub is a special appearance.

Plane Tree / London Plane

Platanus x hispanica

The plane (both known as plane tree as London plane) has the advantage of a rapid growth, so you can enjoy the shade rather soon. The plane has a characteristic flaking bark with a light green to yellow-green background and grey-green to brown flaking parts. The older, the more beautiful the appearance. This is mainly due to the peeling bark. In autumn the leaves turn brownish-yellow.

Japanese ornamental cherry 'Accolade'

Prunus 'Accolade'

Prunus 'Accolade' is an early flowering cultivar with flowers in hanging bunches. In April the light pink flowers, approx. 4 cm in size and semi-double, emerge from pink flower buds. The leaf edge is serrated, the autumn color is (orange) yellow to red.

Ornamental cherry Laurel 'Novita'

Prunus laurocerasus 'Novita'

Prunus laurocerasus 'Novita' is an improved version of the Prunus l. 'Rotundifolia'. They look very similar, but the leaves of the 'Novita' are slightly darker. The leaves of the Prunus laurocerasus 'Novita' are hardy and do very well in both sun and shade. The main difference with 'Rotundifolia' is that 'Novita' is stronger (more resistant to cold winter weather), less susceptible to diseases and therefore more resistant to mildew. In April/May it blooms with white flowers followed by small black berries.

Portuguese laurel ornamental cherry 'Brenelia'

Prunus lusitanica 'Brenelia'

Prunus lusitanica 'Brenelia' is a decorative pleached on stem plant with a compact, densely branched habit and has elongated narrow leathery leaves with bright red stems. The leaves of 'Brenelia' are hardy. It flowers with large fragrant clusters followed by small red to purple berries. The berries are popular with birds, the white flowers that appear on the plant in June/May are popular with bees.

Tibetan ornamental cherry / Birch-barck cherry

Prunus serrula

We have the Tibetan ornamental cherry (Prunus serrula) as a multi-stem in our range. This tree has a striking shiny reddish-brown, strongly peeling bark. The light green leaf is elongated and the leaf margin is fine and regularly serrated. Flowers in April/May with beautiful creamy white blossoms, followed by oval, red small fruits. The light green leaves turn red in autumn. Tree for bees.

Japanese ornamental cherry 'Kanzan'

Prunus serrulata 'Kanzan'

Belongs to the best-known and most widely used Japanese ornamental cherries. The smooth bark is brown-grey, twigs red-brown. The young foliage is bronze and appears at the same time as flowering and later turns dark green. In autumn it turns yellow/orange. 'Kanzan' flowers exuberantly from late April to early May with double pink flowers.

Japanese ornamental cherry 'Autumnalis'

Prunus subhirtella 'Autumnalis'

Prunus subhirtella 'Autumnalis' is a winter flowering ornamental cherry with small pale pink, almost white, flowers. The leaf emerges green and has a yellow to orange-yellow autumn colour. Flowering repeating from November to the end of April, except during frost periods. The semi-double flowers are very light pink (almost white), the flower buds are darker. Tree for bees.

Winter-flowering ornamental cherry 'Autumnalis Rosea'

Prunus subhirtella 'Autumnalis Rosea'

Prunus subhirtella 'Autumnalis Rosea' is a winter-flowering ornamental cherry. This Japanese ornamental cherry flowers with light pink flowers from November to April. 'Autumnalis Rosea' resembles 'Autumnalis' but has sturdy, dark brown branches and pink flowers. The leaf emerges green and has a yellow to orange autumn color. Tree for bees.

Ornamental cherry yedoensis

Prunus yedoensis

Prunus yedoensis is a beautiful ornamental cherry. Abundant flowering in April. The flowers are pale pink in the bud and emerge white. They have a slight almond scent. Flower diameter approx. 3.5 cm. After flowering, the fresh green leaves follow, which turn yellow in autumn. Valuable for bees (honey plant), food tree for birds.

Holm Oak, Holly Oak, Evergreen Oak

Quercus ilex

Evergreen tree with a dark gray and smooth trunk at first, later with shallow furrows. The leathery leaves are holly-like serrated. Resistant to sea wind.

Willow Oak

Quercus phellos

Quercus phellos has shiny, narrow leaves that look like willow leaves and a beautiful light yellow autumn color. It holds its foliage well into winter and is hardy, wind-resistant and tolerates wet soil.

Staghorn sumac / Velvet tree / Vinegar tree

Rhus typhina

The velvet tree or vinegar tree is a plant from the wig tree family. The name vinegar tree owes the tree to its sour fruits. The young branches are especially striking. These are reddish brown and have dense and soft velvety hair. The leaves are pinnate and consist of about 11-31 leaflets. They are dark green on top and striking blue green on the underside. In autumn the leaves turn from intense orange to deep purple-red. They keep these colors for weeks. Upright flower panicles appearing in June-July. These contain countless small greenish-yellow flowers. They remain on the tree for a long time, even after leaf fall, which gives a beautiful autumn image.

Honey tree / Pagoda tree

Styphnolobium japonicum

Styphnolobium japonicum (also known by the old name Sophora japonica) or honey tree / pagoda tree is grown by us as a multi-stem. This tree, which offers the advantage of great resistance to diseases and infestations, blooms in spring with an abundance of beautiful white-yellow flowers. These flowers are a true butterfly magnet, Styphnolobium japonicum is also a tree for bees. In warm summers, which are becoming more frequent, the tree blooms even more profusely. It can thrive on dry ground.

Common Lilac 'Andenken an Ludwig Späth'

Syringa vulgaris 'Andenken an Ludwig Späth'

The young twigs are grey-green and the old bark is grey-brown and flakes off slightly in small plates at a later age. The broad ovate leaves are dark green in color. The fragrant purple-red flower panicles are relatively narrow, but with a length of approx. 30 cm they are remarkably large. The individual flowers are approximately 2 cm in size. The flower buds are dark purple and contrast well with the lighter purple open flowers. They smell strong and pleasant. The flowers open in the first half of May. Tree for butterflies.

Common Lilac 'Mme Lemoine'

Syringa vulgaris 'Mme Lemoine'

The young twigs are bright green and the old bark is grey-brown and flakes off slightly in small plates at a later age. The broad ovate leaves are 9-12 cm long and are light green to medium green in color. The flower panicles are large and quite broad. The flower buds are light greenish yellow. The open flowers are pure white and completely filled with narrow corolla, which gives the bloom a finer texture. They smell strong and pleasant. The flowers open in the first half of May. 'Mme Lemoine' flowers very profusely, with up to four flower panicles per branch. This reinforces the impression of a full, floriferous plant. Tree for butterflies.

Bee-bee tree / Evodia / Euodia

Tetradium daniellii

Tetradium daniellii has a smooth bark that is dark gray and provided with lenticels. The twigs are olive green, velvety gray haired and provided with small whitish lenticels. In the second year they turn gray-brown. The upper side of the leaf is dark green, the underside light green. Tetradium daniellii flowers in August with white loose panicles. After flowering, beautiful purple-red fruits appear. Tetradium daniellii is not called a bee tree for nothing. The flowers provide a lot of nectar and the tree is frequently visited by bees. Tetradium daniellii needs little special care. Valuable for bees, host tree for butterflies.

Winter Linden

Tilia cordata 'Rancho'

This Tilia cordata 'Rancho' is also called Winter Linden. It has good wind resistance. This lime tree suffers less from aphids. The leaves are small and heart-shaped. The Tilia cordata 'Rancho' is at its best in the summer due to the fresh green foliage and the wonderfully fragrant flowers. Valuable for bees, butterflies and moths.

Tilia europaea 'Koningslinde' / Dutch linden

Tilia europaea 'Pallida'

The Tilia europaea 'Pallida' or Dutch linden buds earlier in spring than the standard Tilia europaea. It also loses its leaves earlier in the fall. The wide, heart-shaped leaves are light green with a yellowish underside. Ideal for landscaping in cities and along roads as little or no root shoots form around the trunk. The twigs are initially yellow-brown, but quickly turn brownish-red. This is an important feature of this tree. The leaf buds are also brown-red. The leaf is light green with a yellow-green underside and has a broad, slightly heart-shaped base and a red petiole. It bears fragrant yellow/white flowers in umbels in June/July. Valuable for bees and butterflies.

Japanese Zelkova / Keaki

Zelkova serrata

The Zelkova serrata has soft green leaves that turn spectacular in autumn to bronze red and yellow-red. Young twigs are slightly hairy and green, older ones are hairless and turn reddish brown. After the inconspicuous flowering, small bean-shaped drupes form. Zelkova serrata is valued for its attractive growth habit and its dark green foliage that turns various red and orange hues in autumn.

Trees with coconut rootball

In commission we can also prepare the rootballs of the trees with a coconut fibre. Instead of the jute, which breaks down in a short time, the root ball is wrapped with a coconut flap. This does not break off so quickly and the roots of the trees grow steadily further in the coco peat. The advantage of the coconut rootball is that the planting season can be extended until the months of May, June and July. The surcharge of a coconut rootball is small.

If you prefer the coconut wrap packaging, we ask you to inform us of this, preferably before or during the harvesting season.