Columnaris Nana is a rare and quite beautiful pyramidal dwarf European hornbeam that forms an incredible, sculpted specimen resembling fine bonsai creations. Plants easily to integrate into rock gardens or Japanese style plantings where they will slowly mature to 6 – 8 feet in height over many years. A slow-growing upright deciduous tree with dense, compact foliage. Due to its upright pyramidal form, it fits nicely into any garden. The chiseld and sculpted green leaves turn yellow to brown in fall with attractive hop-like fruits at maturity. Prefers mostly sun, but late day shade is better. 6′- 8′ tall x 1.5′ wide in 10 years. Hardy to minus 30 degrees. USDA zones 4-8
Carpinus betula, ‘Columnaris Nana’
$139.00 – $159.00
Great for walking gardens or Japanese-style plantings, this dwarf slow growing pyramidal tree has beautiful dense, compact foliage and is hardy in cold weather. Shop our site today!
A small tree well known for its colorful winter red berries, and is a standout for the winter landscape brightening up everyone's winter outlook. It is a beautiful spring bloomer of bountiful white flowers and a hardy tree specimen that we consider an excellent four season tree of interest!
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It is one of our favorites, and I grow it in honor of my brother, David. The red leaf stems, gorgeous green leaves, and the orange and yellow fall color.