Cotinus coggygria


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Old World shrub having large plumes of yellowish feathery flowers resembling puffs of smoke

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Here are some choice candidates for rich autumn leaves: The smoke tree, Cotinus coggygria , is an eight-foot shrub which bears plumes of flowers looking from a distance like puffs of pink smoke, then the leaves take on red and copper shades in autumn.
Cotinus coggygria, the smoke bush, has deep purple spoon shaped leaves and fluffy seed heads.
Colour-match plants with purplish-green leaves such as the cabbage palm and smoke bush (pictured left with cotinus coggygria and royal purple).
Cornus kousa Chinensis Cotinus coggygria Enkianthus Hamamelis Berberis x carminea Buccaneer or Pirate King Amelanchier lamarckii Prunus Hillieri Parrotia persica Sorbus vilmorinii Koelreuteria paniculata Callicarpa Viburnum opulus Xanthocarpum Malus Golden Hornet Sorbus cashmeriana
So find a spot for amazing plants, such as Amelanchier, Japanese acers, the smoke bush Cotinus coggygria and stag's horn sumach to create - Keith Butterworth, Runcorn, Cheshire dramatic focal points when the temperature drops.
Cotinus coggygria 'Royal Purple' has deep maroon leaves on long slim stems that bring form and structure to a planting scheme and which turn scarlet in autumn.
PURPLE POWER: Cotinus coggygria 'Royal Purple'' (left); the dramatic leaves and delicate flowers of heauchera micrantha (top) and (above) the dark and finely-cut leaves of Acer palmatum atropurpureum
Use the upright columnar nature of Juniperus chinensis ' Pyramidalis' with its prickly glaucous leaves in combination with the purple-leaved smoke bush Cotinus coggygria Royal Purple.
TO DO LIST | For autumn colour next year plant three of the best: amelanchier lamarckii (snowy mespilus), cotinus coggygria (smoke tree), and ccer palmatum senkaki.
So find a spot for amazing plants, such as Amelanchier, Japanese acers, the smoke bush Cotinus coggygria and stag's horn sumach to create dramatic focal points when the temperature drops.
It looks better planted amid other shrubs such as Cotinus coggygria and contrasting evergreens to show its leaves off at their best.
Use the upright columnar nature of Juniperus Chinensis Pyramidalis with its prickly glaucous leaves in combination with the purple-leaved smoke bush Cotinus Coggygria Royal Purple.