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We specialize in cultivating the parasol mulberry.
Importantly:
- The right variety
- Creating the right shape without the use of metal
- Adequate trunk height
The right variety
For our cultivation we select the least fruit-bearing mulberry trees.
Mulberry trees bearing edible fruits are available upon request.
Sustainably grown
We start shaping these trees from an early age. A high-quality parasol mulberry is always shaped using natural materials seeing as a mulberry can bleed if damaged or grow into the bark and trunk. Using metal fittings will cause this tree problems in the long run.
The parasol mulberry and the plane tree are traditional parasol trees. It is very suitable for dry places. Salty sea air does not pose a problem, yet it is preferable the tree is not placed downwind. The stunning, round-shaped leaves are deeply incised at the base at the end of the branches. The attractive foliage that is visited by very few organisms makes the parasol mulberry a very pleasant tree to spend time under, as it has been done for centuries.
Sufficient stem height
The mulberry already grows naturally parasol shaped. The branches can softly start to hang over. A stem height that is too low gives a very covered feeling.
We recommend a parasol height of at least 245cm
Maintenance
Annual pruning. Very low maintenance.
At the first severe frost the leaves fall off in one night.
Some synonyms under which these trees are sold.
Morus alba 'Macrophylla' / Morus 'Kagayama' / Morus 'Bombysis'

Furthermore we offer:
Morus 'Fruitless' & Morus 'Fruitless' Type2

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The fruitless White Mulberry is a beautiful parasol tree with elegant leaves that, like the 'Platanifolia' selection, are pointier towards the end of the branches.
This fruitless parasol tree has all the characteristics of a fruit-bearing mulberry but its leaves are healthier and seeing as it doesn't bear fruit, the fruits can't cause stains on the tree.
The parasol Mulberry can not be grown or pruned like other parasol trees. This tree will receive specialised care in our nursery.
The Fruitless Morus has some special additional features. You can find out all about them at the nursery.

More information about the fruitless parasol mulberry can be found here.
To know if this tree would prosper in your garden, you can contact us or your specialist gardener.

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The parasol Black cherry plum looks very striking with its black branches and red leaves.
Available in different parasol heights and as young and old trees.
The height of your umbrella is not altered by the growth of the tree.
Red shadow
The parasol Black cherry plum is cultivated in Spain as a parasol tree. There, it provides an atmospheric red light on squares and terraces during the summer months. The tree is resistant to drought and very suitable as a pot plant. The parasol Black cherry plum is fully hardy.
Shadow Period
This red parasol tree comes to life  in early spring when its branches are overloaded with pinkish flowers.
We also grow this tree for lounge applications.
Maintenance
Annual pruning, sometimes thinning is required in the summer.
Small red shoots may appear on the trunk, this is quite lovely. You may remove these immediately or after a while.
Sustainably cultivated

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The Ornamental Pear as a parasol tree.
Botanical name: Pyrus salicifolia 'Pendula'
English name: pendulous willow-leaved pear
Espaliers name: Gray / silver ornamental pear
We carry this tree in our range because as a landscaper you can use this tree to create surprising touches in the design of your garden.

The elongated silver gray leaves have reflective properties.
Young shoots are abundantly present annually and create almost light gray to white effects.
The parasol Ornamental pear grows white flowers that are abundant in April. The twigs are somewhat jagged and lightly hang on the outside of the parasol. The leaves of the ornamental pear remain on the tree longer than the average deciduous tree.
Not a common sight but still a beautiful appearance.

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Wisteria from the Wisteria sinensis, Wisteria floribunda and Brachybotrys selections.
Enjoy an atmospheric shade under a canopy of flowers.
Durable and grown with care in a unique manner designed to use as a parasol or a natural sunscreen. We don't use metal fittings in the cultivation of our wisteria.

We grow various selections in multiple colors and shapes that will surprise you every time. It is worth noting that our wisteria are slow-growing and easy to maintain.

Available in several types and models. Some models are offered as a project.
Also in 5 different stem heights.
The most common parasol height with wisteria are 250cm and 275cm. Since these trees have downward growing flowers (we offer flower lengths up to 120cm!), it may be advisable to opt for even higher stem levels.
All our wisteria parasols are available in young and older trees.
Below a few types from our range of 22 varieties.
Wisteria floribunda 'Kuchi-Beni'
Wisteria floribunda 'Macrobotrys'
Wisteria floribunda 'Black Dragon'
Wisteria bachybotrys 'Okojama'
Wisteria 'Shiro Kapitan Fuji'
Wisteria sinensis 'Issai'
Wisteria floribunda 'Alba longissima'


Growing and gathering Wisteria is our passion. At the nursery you will discover very unique specimens.

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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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All pictures in this section

Parasol trees: choose your shadePlatanus x acerifolia (London plane tree)Morus platanifolia select (parasol mulberry)Morus alba 'Fruitless' (fruitless White Mulberry)Quercus palustris (Pin Oak)Ginkgo biloba (parasol Maidenhair)Prunus ceracifera 'Nigra' (Black cherry plum)Parasol liquidambar - SweetgumPyrus salicifolia 'Pendula'Wisteria floribuna - Japanese WisteriaGinkgo biloba 'Horizontalis'Parrotia persica (Persian ironwood)Carpinus betulus (Parasol Common Hornbeam)Quercus ilex (Parasol Holm oak)
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