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A pleached quince tree makes a nice addition to an orchard. It doesn't take up a lot of space.

The quince itself is a rather unusual fruit, it is quite versatile when used in the kitchen.

As a tree, it has a very healthy look. It will provide a bit of diversity amongst other pleached fruit trees.

We offer this tree in a couple of varieties.

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Ginkgo biloba or Maidenhair.
The special leaves of the parasol ginkgo produce a nice delicate shade of filtered light. The foliage is free of organisms.
We grow these trees in several stem heights and ages to suit everyone's budget.
The oldest gingko trees that we personally grew from sapling to parasol, had an age of 27 years old.
Maintenance of the parasol ginkgo
Very low maintenance. Right click on the photo for the autumnal colours of the ginkgo.
Special characteristics:
Almost all parts of the Ginkgo can be used for medicinal purposes.
Alternative varieties:
Ginkgo biloba 'Pendula'
Ginko biloba 'Horizontalis' (link)
Ginkgo biloba 'Blagon'
Ginkgo biloba 'Eifel'
We also offer these parsol ginkgo trees to create an atmosphere of privacy. Klik hier.

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Blockform lime trees provide added ecological value in places where it would be otherwise impossible due to lack of space or limited root freedom.
The blockform lime tree has a powerful effect.
The delicate red or orange shoots (your choice depending on the variety) that line the block form add a beautiful touch during the leafless winter months.

Available up to size 25/30 in several varieties.
Our beautiful lime trees are, along with the hornbeam, what we are well-known for as a company.

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The English oak as espalier.
A native pleached oak and usually planted in country-style surroundings or valuable farmland. The English oak tree grown as a normal tree is very valuable but isn't suitable for many gardens due to its large size. Our pleached screens are suitable for smaller gardens thanks to annual pruning and our selection of compact growing trees.
Maintenance
The pleached English oak is easy to maintain.
The tree is interesting for birds and bees and is loved by other valuable organisms. This pleached oak sometimes retains its withered leaves all winter. (marscessant) This feature makes it suitable to guarantee privacy but this tree is usually planted for its distinct appearance.

The oak bark has medicinal powers, the acorns are very nutritious for animals. The autumn color is orange-red and more striking when grown as espalier than in free form.
The trunk is nicely grooved. Not to be confused with the Holm oak that has the same valuable properties but is evergreen even in winter.
Quercus robur
Quercus robur 'Fastigiata'
Quercus robur 'Fastigiata Koster'

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The maidenhair's branches grow naturally horizontal.
It is very easy to maintain and has a beautiful winter silhouette.
This parasol is self-supporting, even as a sapling and thus further accentuates the natural aspect of our parasols.
You can discover several different sizes in this selection in our nursery. We have both young and very old trees.

This parasol tree also has a couple of unique properties that are suitable for specific applications.
Click hier for the Ginkgo biloba parasol tree.

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The gingko forms a refined and subtle screen with its unique leaves. The green color is quite remarkable.
If you take a closer look at the leaf, you discover a unique structure which tells you more about its genetic origins as a conifer. The ginkgo is a conifer, but behaves like a deciduous tree.
The autumnal color is a lovely and the leaves change colour at the same time with minimal color nuances. The fallen leaves are best left untouched because they are also a feast for the eye.
Ginkgo is cultivated in several types. Planting the correct type in the right circumstances is a challenge.

Maidenhair has medicinal properties, it is often taken as a supplement to enhance mental focus.

This tree is available in multiple stem heights.
Besides pleached for privacy and atmosphere we also cultivate Ginkgo biloba as a shade tree.
Click here for more information.
You can click on the picture for more photos or drop by the nursery to admire this tree.

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All pictures in this section

Cydonia oblonga - quinceGinkgo biloba (parasol Maidenhair)Tilia Lime Blockform / Cube-shapedQuercus robur (English Oak)Ginkgo biloba 'Horizontalis'Ginkgo biloba (Maidenhair)
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