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Parrotia as a parasol tree is used for specific applications.
Not every type of parasol can be planted in any garden.
When planting in smaller gardens specific measures should be taken.
The tree is native to Iran.

The ornamental value of this tree is primarily the trunk. The shading on the gray trunk of the parasol parrotia gives a decorative effect and this from an early age.

Its canopy is a neutral green with a strong character, similar to the beech.
The beauty of the leaves lies in their discoloration that already starts in the month of August and becomes more prominent towards the autumn.
The parrotia autumn colours range from deep purple to bright red and bright orange.
Just before the leaves fall off, they have a yellow-orange colour.
As I said earlier, the power and beauty of this tree lies in the trunk. For this reason, we offer this tree as a parasol shape, especially in multi-stemmed trunk shape.

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