Tolerant of atmospheric pollution and dry conditions, this broadleaf tree a rare species to see these days.
Displaying a round, open crown, it's an attractive native tree with ascending branches, spreading with age.
Small clusters of small cream flowers are produced in the summer months, which are then followed by brown berries in the autumn.
Grows best in moderately fertile, humus-rich soil.
Value To Wildlife:
Flowers are great for bees and insects and the fruit is an excellent food source for a variety of birds.
You’ll receive a 2 year old well established whip that's between 20 to 60cm in height.
This is a deciduous tree and so will shed its leaves in autumn, in order to protect itself from the cold winter weather. Come spring, it’ll burst back into bud and begin to flourish once more.
Time to maximum height
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