This is a very slow growing and long-lived, deciduous tree with a large and elegant habit. Considered quite an ancient tree, it is known to have origins dating back to Jurassic times and is often referred to as a living fossil. Specimens exist in its native origin, China which are estimated to be over 1000 years old. It has unique, double-lobed, fan-shaped leaves with veins which spread from the stalk of the leaf. Short catkins are produced, followed by yellow fruit and the foliage is a rich green, which turns a golden yellow in autumn.
|Common Name||Maidenhair Tree|
|Form||Horizontal Branching 17|
|Mature Size||12 x 5m|
|A fantastic feature tree in all gardens adding great colour in autumn. Can be used in parks and many landscapes. Leaves from this tree can be used for teas.|
|Position & Soil|
|Can grow in almost any position but best in moist, deep, fertile soil. Full sun or part shade.|
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