Harry Lauder’s ‘Red Dragon’ is a gorgeous and highly prized specimen. It is a hard to find, blight-resistant and contorted red-leaf hazelnut. It’s red to purple leaf color and pattern is very intriguing, and intense in spring and early summer. These specimens are very unique, and they will attract a lot of interest and attention at garden centers, or in a premium landscape. They grow and look their best in part shade/ sun and will realistically grow up to 8-10′ high and 6-8′ wide. USDA zones 4-8
Corylus avellana, ‘Red Dragon’
With an intense red & purple color, the Red Dragon variation is extremely unique and sure to turn heads in any landscape. Shop our site now for more info!
This uniquely beautiful dwarf tree is very hard-to-find and adds a truly gorgeous element to walking paths and cultured gardens. This is a well loved specimen perfect for that small landscape!
Trident Maple is a fascinating smaller maple known for its multi-colored leaves. It holds on to its leaves until November/ December and puts on a brilliant fall display of color.
A gorgeous and eye catching pink, red, and green color leaves on this tri-color beech are truly exceptional in the spring, summer and fall landscape! The tri-color beech is a hard-to-find and exceptional specimen tree that is rarely seen and needs to be seen to be fully appreciated.
A red leaf Japanese Maple famous for its summer burgundy, and fall red color
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!
This sought-after great specimen quality tree won the prestigious 'Award of Merit' from the Royal Horticulture Society and features large pink blooms. These mature specimens are 8' - 10' tall now, and can be pruned to size if desired.
Japanese Zelkovia is a hardy and easy to prune and train tree that deserves more interest. It is very tough and has beautiful furrowed leaves. It tends to be vase shaped especially with some early pruning. An excellent tree specimen!