Chinese Pink Cedar Cedrella sinensis “Flamingo”, Toon Tree Every year in Spring people ask Chris “What’s that fantastic pink tree I saw?” This is the Chinese Cedar, or Toon Tree, which features beautiful pink leaves in Spring. The colour is so brilliant when the leaves emerge that it seems out of this world. Foliage then softens to a cream and then pale green by Summer. Pink Chinese Cedar features narrow upright growth, which is handy with less space in the garden needed to have
Robinia x ambigua “Decaisneana”, Pink Robinia Robinia Decaisneana is a very hardy, tough pink robinia tree that will perform well in a wide range of positions in the landscape. The rose-pink flowers provide an attractive late spring to early summer display, making it useful as a small to medium sized feature specimen. Its lovely pink flowers provide a soft fragrance and are easily admired amongst the dark green foliage. 3-4ft tall in 8″ pots.
Magnolia Pink Soulangeana Magnolias are magnificent deciduous small trees with large beautiful green leaves and superb flowers. Soulangeana is a pink and white flowering variety. In Winter their bare branches are ornate, with buds forming ready for them to burst into bloom in early Spring. This tree prefers moist, fertile and well drained soil that is slightly acidic. It grows best in part shade but can withstand full sun. It is also frost hardy.
Magnolia Soulangeana “Early Pink” This Magnolia is extremely popular and often used as a focal point/feature in the garden. It bears large, fragrant, tulip shaped pink flowers from late Winter through to early Spring, making a spectacular display. The foliage is large, dark green and oval shaped and once mature will provide some welcome shade in the summertime. It will grow to approx. 3 – 4 metres, is tolerant to frost and can be planted in full sun through to part shade.
Malus x atrosanguinea ‘Gorgeous’ - The Gorgeous Crab apple is a small to medium sized tree that can grow to 5m tall and 4m wide. This beauty has pure white flowers in Spring and medium sized red fruit in Autumn. Great for making crab apple jelly. A Gorgeous Crabapple is a stunning addition to any suburban garden, especially as a feature or to line driveways. For an avenue we recommend planting these trees 5m apart or for a screen 1.5m apart.
The Coral Cluster Crab Apple is a small compact tree that only grows to 3m tall and 2m wide. The most prolific producer of all the crab apples, with an abundance of pinkish white flowers in Spring, and small pink crap apples in Autumn. The fruit of this variety make fabulous crab apple jelly. The Coral Cluster Crab Apple is a stunning addition to any suburban garden, as a feature or to line driveways. For an avenue we recommend planting these trees 5m apart or for a screen 1.5m apart.
Kanzan Cherry The Kanzan Ornamental Cherry is a very popular, vigorous, upright deciduous tree with stiff ascending branches which are covered with young coppery-red leaves in spring, turning green in summer. Kanzan Cherry trees feature masses of clusters of double purple-pink flowers in Spring, which appear before the leaves during the latter half of September. This makes a wonderful flowering centerpiece to any garden. Roughly 3ft tall in a 10″ pot.
pink wisteria - decaisneana Highly admired, deciduous graceful tree with open growth habit and slender branches. Rapidly growing tree with distinctive white bark at maturity. Foliage turns yellow in autumn. A very hardy tree that is easy to grow. Tolerant of damp conditions, extreme cold and wind exposure. Growth to 8-10m.