'Menhir' is of special interest as it is very narrow. Its column shape and its reduced width allow it to be planted in rows or individually, in public parks as well as in smaller gardens.
Its growth is vigorous and robust from an early age on.
The fairly serrated leaves are of a blue shade of green-grey. Their golden-yellow tint in autumn is long-lasting.
A male variety, without production of 'fruit'.
No pruning necessary.
ANDRE BRIANT JEUNES PLANTS