Plant Hunting – on the road for you

In the last few weeks we have discovered many great, unusual and beautiful plants in the various tree nurseries – we have compiled a small selection for you here:

A large Cornus kousa (flowering dogwood) ‘White Fountain’ – like a white cloud.

Cornus kousa ChinensisCornus kousa ‘White Fountain’

 

These originals from Japan are impressive time and time again. Here is a Pinus pentaphylla Bonsai that is about 70 years old and the bonsai shaped Enkianthus perrulatus.

 Pinus pentaphylla BonsaiPinus pentaphylla Bonsai

 

Enkianthus perrulatus BonsaiEnkianthus perrulatus in a bonsai shape

 

Carpinus and Fagus hedge elements in long rows and in part up to 8 metres high.

Carpinus BetulusCarpinus betulus hedge elements

 

Fagus sylvatica Heckenelemente 8m hochTwo Fagus sylvatica hedge elements

 

This very beautiful ornamental apple variety Malus ‘Gorgeous’ has a rich fruiting – the fruits become a shiny red and up to 4 cm big in the autumn.

Malus GoergousMalus ‘Gorgeous’

 

These mango fruits (Mangifera indica) are also almost ripe for harvest.

Mango Frucht MangobaumMangifera indica

 

In July and August the hortensias attract everyone’s attention – here Hydrangea arborescens ‘Annabelle’ and Hydrangea paniculata ‘Limelight‘.

Hydrangea arboresc AnnabelleHydrangea arborescens ‘Annabelle’

 

Hydrangea paniculata LimelightHydrangea paniculata ‘Limelight’

 

Without fail, this great Prunus lusitanica umbrella (Portugal laurel) provides a shady spot in the summer.

Prunus lusitanicaPrunus lusitanica umbrella

 

And while we look around in the tree nurseries, the cultural work there continues – partly with one HP when cultivating in a soil friendly way.

cultivating in a soil friendly way