Would you like to have the Eïffel Tower in your garden? With Black Tower, you can! This Black Tower elderberry has a columnar shape and should be placed in the direct sun or semi-shade to achieve optimal growth and colour. Prune in spring for compact and bushy growth. Produces an abundance of large flowers, followed by the elderberries. Will grow to 2 m x 1m in 4 years.

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Sorbus 'Burka'

A cross between Aronia (Appleberry) and Sorbus (Rowanberry) with tasty fruits. The height after 10 years is about 4 meters. Striking white flowering in May, followed by 2 cm. large dark red, sweet edible fruits. Beautiful dark red autumn colour.

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Weigela florida 'Wings of Fire' ®

A compact up to 1.5 mt. growing shrub. The leaf colour is throughout the year the most interesting feature. In Spring, the leaves are green and soon ther comes a bronze hue on them. During Summer this soon turns to a red glow. In the Autumn this gives a splendid wine red autumn colour. Wings of Fire is very well applicable as border plantings or in public green or as a terrace plant in an ornamental pot. Wings of Fire is hardy to -30 °C.

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Punica gr. 'Legrelleae'

This ornamental ‘pomegranate’ is a compact straight upright half evergreen shrub. With elongated light green leaves. Richly filled, deep coral pink with white striped flowers in the Summer.

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Magnolia 'Sunsation'

A well-growing columnar shrub or small tree. Spectacular bloom with yellow with pink-orange stripe from bottom to top. Is 3.5 to 4 meters high and is well hardy.

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Ilex crenata 'Caroline Upright'

This Japanese holly is very decorative, attracts bees, butterflies and is very flexible in terms of location. It does not tolerate calcareous soil, can withstand sea wind and air pollution. This species is extremely suitable for evergreen hedges and is often used to replace the troubled evergreen Buxus.

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Fothergilla interm. 'Blue Shadow'

A striking shrub of approximately 1 mt., flowering in April-May with numerous cream-white, honey-scented brus-shaped flowers. He dissects his beauty from the beautiful gray-blue leaves. Tolerates full sun and partial shade. The leaves turn in Autumn beautiful orange red.

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Cornus ang. 'Empress of China' ®

An evergreen decorative shrub of approximately 2.5. mt. Very rich flowering in MayJune with cream-white flowers follow bij strawberry-like fruits.

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Hydrangea paniculata ‘Silver Dollar’

This sturdy, well-branched panicle Hydrangea flowers from July to September with large white pyramidal flower panicles in late Summer following a pink discoloration. This plant is easy to keep compact due to annual pruning.

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Cotinus Dusky Maiden ®

A compact bushy growing shrub, approximately high of 1.5 mt. In the Spring and Summer it has an impressive purple-red colour. The leaves turn bright orange-red in the Fall. Summer flowering with beautiful pink flower panicles. The feathers have a long and airy shape. It works best in full sun.

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Carya illinoinensis (Pecannoot)

The Carya illioinensis belongs to the juglandaceae family. The nuts of the Pecan are ripe around October. The leaf is light green. The Pecan prefers a moist soil. Pecans are known for their many vitamins and minerals. The aumount of vitamin E in particular scores very high. Regular use of the Pecan is good for the brain and has a positive effect on combating high blood pressure.

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