“Malus Rudolph is one of the best pink flowering crab apple and for good reason. This small tree is upright when young, but develops a rounded crown with maturity, reaching up to 7m in height. Malus Rudolph offers a striking display of large flowers ranging in colour from soft, baby-pinks through to rich cerise in April-May. Its foliage is equally as impressive as the flowers, emerge a bronzed red colour and slowly develop tones of bronze, purple and green before turning clear yellow in the autumn. The crab apples, also appearing in autumn, display shades of purple and orange and can be used in the kitchen or left to decorate the branches, lasting well into the winter providing food for wildlife. All these attributes combined with the wonderfully textured bark make this a brilliant choice for year round interest.”

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    Multistem trees will have two or more main stems arising from or near to ground level growing from one root system. They combine elements of both trees and shrubs bringing a sense of openness yet filling their space from ground level up, offering a larger foliage mass compared to standard trees.

    Multistem trees will provide screening and shade while adding real structural impact with decorative stems and bark. A prime example is the Betula utilis Jacquemontii which provides a great feature throughout the winter.

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