“This stunning whitebeam tree has foliage which emerges from purple shoots in the spring, soft and silvery-white.
As the seasons progress the leaves harden to become a more distinct grey on the underside and green on the surface.
Clusters of creamy white flowers appear in April and May, followed by bright orange-red fruit in the autumn time, when the leaves turn a golden brown before falling.
At maturity this small tree retains a rounded and compact shape, requires little maintenance and will thrive on all soils, including chalky ones.
A wonderful choice of tree for planting as feature specimens in gardens.”