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Acer cappadocicum Rubrum trees grown at Barcham Trees, Ely, UK.

This cultivar dates back to at least 1838 but still remains quite uncommon.

 

Acer cappadocicum Rubrum is a medium to large tree with a rounded habit. The young dark red leaves turn green and then back to red gold and yellow in autumn. This superb autumn colour lasts for many weeks.

 

At the Barcham Trees nursery we have some 10-12cm girth trees in 45 litre pots available now.

 

Although best on moist well drained soil it is adaptable and flourishes in either full sun or light shade. It is best grown with a little shelter from strong winds.

 

A good tree for avenues and verges but not good where soil becomes compacted.

 

Mature height: 12-17m

 

Mature spread: 8-15m

 

Further product information at the link below:-

 

https://lnkd.in/g_PEYuW

 

Enquiries to Caroline@barchamtrees.co.uk

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