The branches of these trees angle upwards, keeping the tree relatively tight in form.
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.
These trees are great for shade coverage as their branches grow horizontally, reaching well out from the trunk.
A specimen with a pendulous form has foliage or branching that weeps, creating a softness to the tree.
This form represents the natural form of a tree where foliage above the main section of the trunk is full, creating a rounded canopy.
Shrub-like is a term we use to describe a tree that is small and fully branched to the ground.
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