A very special deciduous tree with a upright columnar habit, of the magnolia family.
The distinctive fresh green foliage is large and lobed and turns a warm golden yellow in autumn. The summer flowers are fabulous and tulip shaped, hence the trees common "The Tulip Tree". The tree is deep rooted, preferring a well-drained and slightly acidic soil, in a sunny location with part shade.
Beautiful, soft butter-yellow, large leaves are a feature of this unusual selection. Deeper gold autumn tones. Neat, broadly conical growth form. Slower growing than the normal species. Shelter and semi-shade preferred. May burn in hot dry conditions. Good well drained soils.
A very special deciduous tree with a upright columnar habit. The distinctive fresh green foliage is large and lobed and turns a warm golden yellow in autumn. The summer flowers are also most distinctive - tulip shaped, fragrant and coloured green with an orange base. Deciduous.
The Liriodendron is commonly known as the 'Tulip Tree' because of the shape of flowers. 'Arnold' may take 3 to 4 years to flower after planting. Happy in sun or part shade in deep acid soil that does not dry out completely in summer.
Colour: Green / Orange Habit: Columnar Est. Hgt/Wdth in 7/10 yrs: 8m x 5m
Tulip Tree. An attractive tall upright tree that has distinctive lobed leaves. In the spring it flowers with unusual tulip shaped green blooms with orange markings. An excellent paddock tree with mellow yellow autumn foliage. May take some years to flower but worth the wait. Deciduous. Est 10yr.growth.
The Liriodendron is a close relative of the Magnolia and likes the same type of deep acid soil. It is more tolerant of moisture than the Magnolia. A perfect memorial tree to celebrate a birth. Give this tree the space it deserves to reach its full magnificence.
Colour: Orange / Green Habit: Upright Est. Hgt/Wdth in 7/10 yrs: 10m x 6m