Tree List


ACER BETULA CARPINUS FAGUS
LIQUIDAMBAR NYSSA QUERCUS

NYSSA


NYSSA sinensis Jim Russell

NYSSA sinensis

NYSSA Jermynís Flame

NYSSA sylvatica red red wine


NYSSA Autumn Cascade

NYSSA Isabel Grace

NYSSA Jermyns Flame

Nyssa tolerate damp soil but does not require it. Avoid trying to grow on chalk. This cultivar has slightly larger leaves that turn spectacular reds, crimson, orange and yellow in the autumn.

NYSSA Lakeside weeper

NYSSA Leptophylla

NYSSA Miss Scarlet

NYSSA Pendula

NYSSA Red red wine

The name reflects the sparkling autumn colours that are not only red and scarlet but also the occasional yellow and apricot.

NYSSA Sheffield Park

NYSSA Wildfire

NYSSA Windsor

NYSSA Wisley Bonfire

As its name suggests, the foliage of this tree turns to spectacular scarlets, apricot and yellow during autumn. This is a rare but very desirable tree.