Carpinus betulus Fastigiata / Upright Hornbeam




This upright or Fastigiate hornbeam makes a superb specimen tree with its tidy upright head, it requires clipping once a year in mid- to late summer to keep it looking tidy.  Green catkins appear in spring and winged nuts develop in autumn.

This tree works really well as an avenue tree along a driveway with its upright habit. A really popular stately looking tree.

Most of these tree are feathered all the way/almost to the ground, unless specified otherwise.

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