A charming form of Abelia grandiflora growing only between one and a half and 2foot high but spreading over a good area and like its parent flowering in late summer and autumn with delightful small white tinted pink slightly fragrant flowers over glossy green foliage
Vine maple, usually making a large shrub tree. Produces decorative wine-red and white flowers in April whilst in the autumn its curious circular leaves are prettily tinted in the summer turn a fabulous orange and crimson in the autumn.
A very neat and compact tree with its branches ascending then arching. Its leaves are uniquely cup-shaped at the base, coloured pale green then turning a vibrant orange-yellow in the autumn. A must have for those fond of a rarity.
The unmistakable blue snakebark is created here with spreading branches. Leaves are beautifully tinted before turning brilliant red in the autumn. Delightful yellow flowers appear in slender, drooping catkins with unfolding leaves.