Green Garden Park's crowning jewel is its Luxury Masterpiece Collection consisting of intensively cultivated trees that can be up to 40 years old. We proudly describe them as “living art”. With every tree we sell being totally individual.

So much creativity, skill and care go into these trees. Each tree of our Masterpiece Collection is like a living sculpture. People buy them as a statement centrepiece or to work within a larger landscape design.

Note: For other varieties as well as sizes available please contact our team.

  

Acer L. – Maple

 

Palmatum (atropurpureum)

  Habit

Small and picturesque tree-like shrub

Size 3 to 5 m in height and often greater in spread
Foliage

Deciduous, opposite, 6 to 11 cm wide, 5 (to 7) lobes, cut beyond the midrib, consistent dark red to garnet in summer, autumn colour bright red

Specimen

5 x tr, in air-pot,                                                   high 150-175 cm        spread 100-150cm

 

Palmatum(dissectum)

  Habit

Small, dwarfed, flat to domed shrub with central stem and primary branches arching in a picturesque manner, branches umbrella-shaped and hanging, slow growin.

Size Up to 2 m in height and often a 2 to 3 m in spread
Foliage Deciduous, opposite, 5 to 7 lobes, divided to the base and finely cut, light green. Autumn colour bright yellow to orange
Specimen

4 x tr, container grown,                     spread 80-100

5 x tr, container grown,                     spread 100-125

7 x tr, in a masterpiece larix box,       spread 200-225

 

  

Buxus L. – Box

Common box

  Habit

Large, broadly upright, dense shrub, occasionally growing into a small tree with twisted stems. 

Size 2 to 4 (up to 8) m in height and in spread. 
Bark Shoots are four-edged, green, later rounded, grey-brown.
Foliage

Evergreen, opposite, leathery, ovate to elongate-elliptic, 1.5 to 3 cm long, glossy dark green, lighter beneath.

Flowers Unisexual, small, inconspicuous, yellow-green clusters in the leafaxils, March/April.
Fruits 7 to 8 mm long capsules in three parts, ripening in August/September.
Roots Shallow, dense, clump forming rootballs, densely branching, wide spreading and deep.
Site Sun to shade. 
Soils

Natural to highly calcareous, nutrient-rich, not too dry, open

Characteristics Although moisture loving. Buxus does withstands periods of heat and drought surprisingly well. Tolerant to urban sites, moderately wind tolerant, attractive to bees. Buxus can reach an age of several hundred years, all parts are poisonous.
‘Wedding cake’

6 x tr, air-pot                                                     high 175              

 

 

Pinus L. – Pine

Sylvestris 'Watereri'

 
Habit

Broadly conical when young, later more asymmetrical, densely closed shrub; old plants with an open, umbrella-shaped, very picturesque crown and fox red stems. 

Size 4 to 5 (6) m in height and 5 to 6 m in spread. Annual growth is 12 cm in height and spread.
Needles

Evergreen, needle-like, grey-blue to steel blue.

Roots On clay soils with a high ground-water table, or on peaty or stony soils, with a shallow root-system; otherwise a tap root is grown. 
Site Sun.
Soils

Very undemanding as to site and water supply: grows on the poorest sandy soils and colonises even acid highland moors. Fails on humus-free, open white sands.

Characteristics Extremely frost tolerant, withstands early and late frost, heat and drought, wind and urban site conditions. 
Bonsai-form 5 x tr, wooden pot                                            high 100-125                    spread 80-100

5 x tr, wooden pot                                            high 125-150                    spread 80-100

Bonsai-form

5 x tr, wooden pot                                            high 125-150                    spread 100-125

5 x tr, wooden pot                                            high 150-175                    spread 100-125

Bonsai-form

6 x tr, wooden pot                                            high 150-175                    spread 125-150

6 x tr, wooden pot                                            high 175-200                    spread 125-150

6 x tr, wooden pot                                            high 200-225                    spread 125-150

Bonsai-form

7 x tr, wooden pot                                            high 200-225                    spread 150-200

7 x tr, wooden pot                                            high 225-250                    spread 150-200

Umbrella-form

5 x tr, wooden pot                                            high 100-125                    spread 80-100

5 x tr, wooden pot                                            high 125-150                    spread 100-125

Umbrella-form

6 x tr, wooden pot                                            high 150-175                    spread 125-150

6 x tr, wooden pot                                            high 175-200                    spread 125-150

Umbrella-form

7 x tr, wooden pot                                            high 175-200                    spread 150-200

7 x tr, wooden pot                                            high 200-225                    spread 150-200

  

 

Taxus L. – Yew 

 

Taxus baccata

  Habit

Small to medium-sized tree or shrub with an ovate to asymmetrical crown and short, often crooked stem. Branches are held horizontally to ascending, branchlets often hang. 

Size 10 to 15 m in high and 8 to 12 m in spread. Annual growth 25 cm in high, 20 cm spread.  
Bark Thin, red-brown, an old stems grey-brown, flaking in scales. 
Needles

Evergreen, needle-like, black-green, two-ranked, linear, tapering to a point, 1 to 3 cm long.

Flowers The plant is dioecious. Male strobili in yellow heads, female strobili are inconspicuous. March/April.
Fruits Red, fleshy aril enclosing the 6 to 7 mm long and 3.5 mm wide seeds.
Roots

Very deep-lying root system (Ehlers). Densely branched, dense fibrous roots.

Site Sun to partial shade.
Soils

Yew prefers moist, nutrient-rich, calcareous soils, but is generally tolerant of a range site conditions and thrives even on moderately dry, poor, midly acid soils, intolerant of strongly acid soil.

Characteristics Frost tolerant, on unfavorable sites it may suffer in extremely cold winters, lightly intolerant of late frost, has the lowest light requirements of  the native trees, prefers high humidity levels, good re-growth from old wood, withstands root competition from large trees, tolerates urban sites and wind, intolerant of sunny, dry sites in winter. Yewscan reach an age of more than 1000 years. 
Half standard cone-shaped, multi-stemmed

8 x tr, air-pot,                                             high 175-250           spread 100-150

Half standard ball-shaped, multi-stemmed

8 x tr, air-pot,                                             high 175-250           spread 100-150

Shaped

6 x tr, air-pot,                                             high 175-250          spread 150-200

 

Cuspidata‘nana’

 

  Habit

Dwarf from of the Japanese yew. Of asymmetrical, low habit, branches are prostrate to upright, in maturity spreading in flat sections with slightlyascending tips. Slow growing.

Size 1 to 2 m in high and 2 to 3 (5) m in spread.
Needles

Leaves are relatively short, 2 to 2.5 cm long, abruptly acute, dull green, generally radially arranged and dense.

Soils

On all moist to dump, nutrient-rich, well-drained soils, acid to strongly alkaline, very tolerant of a range of soil conditions.

Characteristics

Frost tolerant, as a young plant occasionally susceptible to late frost damage, withstands atmospheric pollution, good re-growth from old wood, wind resistant.

Japanese Bonsai

7 x tr, air-pot,                                                high 150-175               spread 125-150

8 x tr, air-pot,                                                high 200-225               spread 200-250

 

 

Ulmus L. - Elm

Hollandica ‘Jacqueline H.’

  Habit

Large, broadly bushy and slightly asymmetrical, upright-growing shrub, with dense, short branches in young plants; main stem and side branches later becoming picturesquely twisted and turned, old plants develop an open, semi-circular to umbrella-shaped crown. Slow growing. 

Size

In 9 years ca. 1.8 m in height and in spread. A 25 year old specimen has a height of 3.5 m and a spread of 5 m.

Foliage

Deciduous, alternate, conspicuously small, acute ovate, leaf margins are asymmetrical, 2.3 to 3.5 m long and 1 to 1.8 m wide, margins doubly serrate, dark green, coarse hairy above, lighter beneath, leaves held distinctively close together.

Site Sun to light shade.
Soils

Moderately dry to moist, nutrient-rich and deep soils, mildly acid to alkaline.

Characteristics Frost tolerant. 
Bonsai-form 5 x tr, wooden pot                                             high 125-150                   spread 125-150

5 x tr, wooden pot                                             high 150-175                   spread 125-150

Bonsai-form

6 x tr, wooden pot                                             high 150-175                   spread 150-175

6 x tr, wooden pot                                             high 175-200                   spread 150-175