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Amelanchier Robin Hill - Flowers

Amelanchier Robin Hill

June Berry Tree

Amelanchier 'Robin Hill' features masses of white flowers in spring, copper-coloured young foliage, a strong show of autumn colour and small berries in June. The 'Robin Hill' is a highly desirable tree that offers an array of interest throughout the seasons. In spring, just as the foliage is starting to shoot out, an abundance of star-shaped flowers emerge. The flowers emerge pink and soon turn pure white, with vivid yellow stamens at their heart. The spring foliage is coppery red and it makes the perfect backdrop for the floral display. By summer, the finely serrated, ovate leaves have matured to a luscious green and, in late June, the berries appear. The glossy summer berries are small, purple and hang in clusters all over the tree; they make a fantastic natural bird feeder, but they are also fit for human consumption, too.  A final show of colour comes in autumn, when the leaves turn to firey shades of orange and red before falling. This tree is well-suited to a range of positions, including as a lawn specimen or as a border tree. The dense and upright habit of the 'Robin Hill' makes it perfect for smaller spaces. It can tolerate a range of conditions, including urban sites, and thrives in most soils. In terms of a planting partner, the wonderfully colourful Amelanchier 'Rainbow Pillar' works well. Equally, Prunus 'Snow Goose' is a great match as both trees have an upright structure and strong autumn colour. Common Name: June Berry TreeLatin Name: Amelanchier grandiflora 'Robin Hill'Soil: Acidic to neutral, moist but well-drained soilPosition: Full sun or partial shadeFlowering period/colour: March to April / WhiteHardiness: Fully hardyHeight and spread in 20 years: 6m/3mSpecial features: Small purple fruits (Deciduous) Trustpilot

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Betula Snow Queen - Bark

Betula Snow Queen

Snow Queen Birch Tree

Common Name: Snow Queen Birch Tree, Himalayan BirchLatin Name: Betula utilis 'Snow Queen' (Betula utilis var. jacquemontii 'Doorenbos')Soil: Moist but well drained soilPosition: Full sun or partial shadeFlowering period/colour: March/Yellowy-brown male catkinsHardiness: Fully hardyHeight and spread in 20 years: 8m/3mSpecial features: Brilliant white bark which develops earlier than other white stem varieties. Very reliable, hardy and attractive specimen Betula utilis 'Snow Queen' is a fast-growing, medium-sized tree with dazzling, white, peeling bark which appears pale orange when freshly exposed. As with all Birch trees, this tree will be a year round asset to your garden. In spring, vibrant yellow catkins appear amongst the fresh green foliage: the leaves are serrated at the edges and they make the perfect foil for the golden catkins. Come autumn, the leaves turn to deep shades of yellow and buttery bronze before falling. In winter, the true beauty of the bark can be appreciated, and the graceful skeleton of the tree can be fully admired.This tree will become a real feature of your garden and it works well as a garden specimen. Equally, the 'Snow Queen' looks effective when planted in a close group of three. If you want to have contrasting colours in your garden, we would recommend planting the ‘Snow Queen’ alongside ‘Betula Purpurea’, as the rich purple foliage would contrast beautifully with the greens and golds of the 'Snow Queen'.As this tree grows, it will form a narrowly pyramidal shape. The branches maintain their upright habit, meaning that this tree is suitable for the smaller garden. Another key benefit of this birch is the fact that the stunning bark develops on trees that are only three years old, so you don’t have to wait to enjoy the highly ornamental bark. Whilst this tree is somewhat delicate in its appearance, it is a highly robust and hardy tree that is well-suited to a range of locations and conditions.

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