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Search Results for "Liquidambar styraciflua"


Liquidambar styraciflua 'Festival' (Sweet gum 'Festival')

'Festival' is an upright, conical, deciduous tree with palmately-lobed, glossy, mid- to bright green leaves turning bright red, yellow, orange, or purple in autumn. Insignificant greenish-white flowers in spring and are followed by clusters of woody, burr-like fruit capsules.
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Ultimate spread 3m
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Ultimate height 18m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 20-50 Years
to maturity
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Liquidambar styraciflua 'Lane Roberts' (Sweet gum 'Lane Roberts')

'Lane Roberts' is a medium broad-crowned deciduous tree with maple-like, glossy green leaves, turning dark-crimson in autumn. The flowers are insignificant and are sometimes followed by clusters of burr-like fruit.
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Ultimate spread 12m
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Ultimate height 15m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 20-50 Years
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Liquidambar styraciflua 'Slender Silhouette' (Sweet gum 'Slender Silhouette')

Other names: Columnar sweet gum, Fastigiate sweet gum

'Slender Silhouette' is an upright, narrowly columnar, deciduous tree with palmately lobed, glossy, dark green leaves, turning yellow to orange-red in autumn. Insignificant greenish-white flowers in spring and are followed by clusters of woody, burr-like fruit capsules.
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Ultimate spread 3m
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Ultimate height 16m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 20-50 Years
to maturity
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Liquidambar formosana (Formosan gum)

Other names: Chinese sweet gum, Liquidambar formosana var. monticola

L. formosana is a borderline hardy, broadly conical, deciduous tree bearing three-lobed, dark green leaves, purple when young and turning red, orange, and purple in autumn. Rounded clusters of inconspicuous, yellow-green flowers in late spring are followed by spiky, spherical, green fruit capsules.
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Ultimate spread 10m
max. spread
Ultimate height 12m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 20-50 Years
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