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Great Deciduous Interest

Don't be affraid to use deciduous selections around pools. Mixed with evergreen, they often add a splash of bold colour and year-round interest.

Lagerstroemia indica x fauriei 'Tuscarora'

Crepe Myrtle (Hot Pink)

This deciduous tree has small oval shaped green leaves that turn a stunning reddish/orange in the autumn.The most striking part of the tree is it's beautiful coral red crinkled flowers that are borne in late summer. They flower heads form on new growth and are encouraged by winter pruning. The smooth bark is beige coloured with red-brown streaks.

Cercis canadensis

Eastern Redbud

This striking tree has beautiful, broad heart-shaped green leaves which turn yellow in autumn. Often multi-trunked, the branches have a distinctive zigzag growth habit. Blossom like flowers appear from late winter to early spring, starting off as deep red coloured buds and opening to pink. In summer, long, flat leguminous seedpods develop and can hang onto the tree until winter.

Acer rubrum 'Autumn Red'

Canadian Maple

This is a very common deciduous tree in North America. It is a beautiful rounded tree for autumn colour selection, although leaves stay green longer than other varieties before turning bright orange to deep red. All parts of the tree, for example flowers, twigs and seeds, are red in varying shades.

Fraxinus pennsylvanica 'Urbdell'

Urbanite Ash

This tree is attractive and tough. It has a pyramid shape with a strong, upright trunk and develops grey brown bark which becomes deeply furrowed as it matures. Yellowish-green flowers are produced in spring and in autumn, dark green, glossy foliage turns a beautiful bronze colour before falling. Suitable to a wide variety of both residential and commercial projects, it has a moderate growth rate and adapts to most soils and conditions.

Malus ioensis 'plena'

Iowa Crab Apple

Hardy and highly ornamental, this tree is a beautiful specimen, producing masses of gorgeous, fragrant double pink spring blossoms. Small, rounded purple fruits follow the flowers, accompanied by soft, narrow foliage with serrated margins which form a weeping habit. In autumn, the leaves colour up to a combination of burnt orange and reds before falling. Growing to only 6m in ideal conditions, it makes a fabulous small feature tree in landscapes where space is limited.

Cercis canadensis 'Forest Pansy'

This small, attractive tree has spectacular heart-shaped, burgundy coloured leaves that continually change colour throughout the year. A rich purple in spring, the foliage transforms to green over summer, followed by a multi-coloured autumn display in tones of red, apricot and gold. The branches have a distinctive, smooth, dark brown wood which contrasts well with the blossom like pink flowers that are borne before the re-emergence of leaves in spring.

Gleditsia triacanthos var. inermis 'Sunburst'

Golden Honey Locust

A beautiful, deciduous tree with a vase shaped canopy and soft, weeping habit. Young foliage starts off a bright yellow colour and ripens to lime green. In winter large black seedpods hang from the branches. It is a popular tree due to its vibrant colour and overall graceful appearance.


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