fastigiate


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having clusters of erect branches (often appearing to form a single column)

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There are also varieties of common forest trees which are known as fastigiate, which means that the branches grow upright instead of spreading.
Other beeches include the cultivars -- copper beech, weeping beech, Dawyck or fastigiate beech and fern-leaved beech -- all from Fagus sylvatica and popular choices for ornamentals.
Miss Harding was joined by twins Emma and Harriet Aldwinckle in planting the fastigiate oak tree behind the park's visitor centre.
Prunus amanagawa is a small, fastigiate cherry so it might be feasible to cover it with netting until the flowers blossom - fasten at the bottom so the birds don't go under the netting.
And don't be fooled by trees of narrower habit, like fastigiate and columnar species.
For the price of a couple of bags of fancy gravel, you can buy a tree such as Fastigiate flowering cherry or crab apple that look good in any garden.
When choosing a variety, it's a good idea to estimate its eventual dimensions and to know whether or not it is spreading or more fastigiate.
When choosing a variety, it's a good idea to estimate its eventual dimensions and to know whether or SPRING Muscari marks the |change of seasons not it is spreading or more fastigiate.