Carpinus betulus ROCKHAMPTON RED 'Lochglow'

A flamboyant autumn

The spring and summer foliage is pure green. At the very beginning of autumn the leaves are coloured in different shades of bright red and orange. These tints last several weeks, until mid-November. Then the leaves turn brown. Being marcescent, they stay all winter long.
The flowers in form of yellow catkins appear in March.
This charming selection is of rapid growth, close to this type of plants. It is ovoid-shaped but the variety tolerates pruning very well and can therefor be grown in a trimmed hedge.
ROCKHAMPTON RED 'Lochglow' is noticeable from far in the autumn and adds a flamboyant and bright note, be it in rows or in hedges.

Hardiness : hardy (-25°C) hardy (-25°C)

Foliage : deciduous deciduous

Seasons of interest : autumn autumn

Plant details
15,00 m
20,00 m
hardy (-25°C)
Foliage colour
vert,couleurs d'automne
Flowering period
Flowering colour
Selected by :

PBR / European PBR :

EU en cours
Protection :

European P.B.R - Protected variety, propagation without license is strictly forbidden
Licensed propagators

Garden Tips

In a hedge, cut back at the end of winter, then maybe again, green, at the start of summer.


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