Atmosphere nursery

Definitie bladhoudend of marcescent: Bladhoudend wil zeggen dat het blad heel lang dor op de boom blijft maar niet noodzakelijk wintergroen is. Wintergroene bomen zijn steeds bladhoudend. Bladhoudende bomen zijn niet altijd wintergroen. Bladhoudende en marcescente bomen bieden ook afscherming in de winter. Enkel in de jonge jaren van de boom en tijdens een korte overgangsperiode in het voorjaar is het bladerdek minder afdekkend. Marcescente bomen zijn in tegenstelling tot wat beweerd wordt niet altijd stabiel, weersomstandigheden, leeftijd en grondtype kunnen ervoor zorgen dat bladeren zich niet of minder lang vasthouden.

 

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Blockform trees have several advantages. These trees are easy to maintain and can be kept within the desired dimensions, allowing them to support the architecture of a building as a higher structural element.
Our blockforms are available in standard sizes and custom sizes.
We have beamforms and cube shapes in a beautiful variety of sizes.
Slender beamforms or cube-shaped trees with unusual dimensions are also available.
In addition to the various dimensions of the cube-shaped crown, we also offer several stem heights.
Deciduous or semi-evergreen
Carpinus (hornbeam) and Fagus (beech) are very nice varieties to plant.
Evergreen block shapes
Quercus ilex and Osmanthus allow for the best results.

For more information, do not hesitate to contact us.

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The Beech is available in green (Fagus sylvatica) and red (Fagus sylvatica 'Atropunicea') as a cube form, or as a block tree, just like the hedges.
Like the Carpinus,this tree easily retains its shape. The pruning of these trees is done at the same time as the hedgerow. Pruning should be done at least once a year.
We offer cube shaped beech in a container and with root ball. It is available in multiple stem heights.
Our blockform beech are always prepped to prevent sunburn.
During winter, the withered leaves remain on the tree. Because these cubehead trees tower above most hedges, they light up like golden lanterns in the low wintersun. Young and older trees are available.

 

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Blockform or cube-shaped Holm oak or kermes oak.
Blockform holm oaks are usually applied in beam form.
The holm oak is particularly suitable for smaller gardens or where low maintenance is desired. Regular holm oaks soon take up a lot of space and require a lot of maintenance in smaller gardens.
The tree responds well to pruning and displays its special gray-green tint throughout the year. This unique colour is due to fine shoots on the outside of the blockform.
The silver-gray underside of the leaves use light to accentuate this blockform.

It provides a nice contrast with deciduous trees and shrubs, especially in winter.

Important in blockform holm oaks is that no metal or iron fittings are used in the forms.

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This evergreen cube-shaped tree is easily maintained and grows modestly as a tall-stemmed blockform.
This block shape changes colour in spring and shortly after each pruning.
The green blockform becomes a red one, thus immediately changing the atmosphere in its surroundings.

Also this: wrens and tits like to spend the night in this tree as well as in Quercus ilex because they are safe and snug behind the evergreen and ever fresh leaves.

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Blockform trees & Cube-shaped treesCarpinus Betulus - Cube / BlockformFagus sylvatica - Blockform / Cube-shapedQuercus palustris - Blockform / Cube-shapedQuercus ilex (Holm oak) - Blockform / Cube-shapedTilia Lime Blockform / Cube-shapedPhotinia blockformLiquidambar blockform
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