Fastigiate

Fastigiate

In horticultural terms, fastigiate means having erect, almost parallel branches. This type of tree is tall and narrow so it's suitable in gardens where space is limited.

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Betula pendula 'Black Prince'
This is an attractive Birch tree with fine dark red to purple birch foliage and dark coloured stems.
Its size…

Betula pendula fastigiata
This tree has an unusual growth habit, the branches intertwine with each other and grow inwards thus producing an erect…

Carpinus betulus 'fastigiata'
A popular ornamental tree that has a fastigate growth habit and green leaves that turn shades of yellow and gold…

Ginkgo biloba 'Princeton Sentry'
This is a fastigiate, male Ginkgo selection. Its dense and upright form makes it a good choice for narrow plantings.…

Hakea multilineata
Hakea multilineata is considered a small tree to 5 metres high with long linear leaves with numerous parallel veins. Flowers…

Juniperus chinensis 'Spartan'
This conifer is hardy and relatively fast growing. It has very dark green foliage, an upright, conical habit and produces…

Liriodendron tulipifera 'Fastigiata'
A smaller tree which is more upright than it is wide, forming a tear drop shape with age. It offers…

Pyrus calleryana 'Capital'
This tree has a narrow growth habit with luscious shiny green leaves that hang vertically from branches. An attractive curl…

Quercus robur 'fastigiata'
This tree is similiar to the English Oak but with a column like habit. It has dense upright branching with…

Thuja occidentalis fastigiata
This tree has flat horizontal dark green branchlets. It has a neat compact column form. Lovely deep green colourig all…

Thuja plicata 'Fastigiata'
A relatively fast grower, reaching approximately 5m in the first 10 years. Mid green horizontal branchlets droop slightly and the…

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