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Parrotia tolerates pruning quite well which is why it is also in our range of pleached and parasol trees.
Pleached parrotia is part of a group of brightly coloured pleached trees. The trunk is very decorative.
Available in several models.

The leaf of the pleached parrotia resembles that of a beech tree but has more depth and color. The edges may change color to bright red as soon as August and can remain this way well into the autumn.
The Dutch name is Persian ironwood and it is clear why when pruning. The branches are strong and slightly more difficult to cut than the average espalier. Despite this, Parrotia is easy to maintain.
We offer this espalier in standard sizes and deviant sizes.
Feel free to contact us for more information regarding this tree.

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pleached trees, Autumn colour, Flowers,

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Pleached TreesTilia europaea 'Pallida'   (Common Lime Tree 'Pallida')Liquidambar styr. Worplesdon (sweet gum 'Worplesdon')Fagus sylvatica (Common Beech)Prunus ceracifera 'Nigra' (Black cherry plum)Fagus sylvatica Atropunicea (Copper beech)Liquidambar styracyflua (Sweet gum)Quercus palustris (Pin Oak)Pyrus calleryana 'Chanticleer' (Chanticleer Callery Pear)Carpinus betulus (Common Hornbeam)Hydrangea anomala 'Petiolaris'  (Climbing hydrangea)Quercus robur (English Oak)Acer campestre (Field Maple)Platanus x acerifolia (pleached London Plane Tree)Parrotia persica (Persian ironwood)Tilia henryana (Henry's Lime)Ginkgo biloba (Maidenhair)
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