Definitions

Large trees

Plant that generally has a main stem and can grow over 30m in height

Medium trees

Plant that generally has a main stem and can grow between 20 and 30 meters in height

Small trees

Plant that generally has a main stem and can grow between 10 and 20 meters in height

Smaller trees

Plant that generally has a main stem and can grow between 3 and 10 meters in height

Rounded

Similar to a sphere, the branches develop in a balanced way with each other without dominance.

Ovoid

Similar to an oval, with generally ascending branches of which central branches develop more.

Spreading

Rather free and widened, the lateral branches in the crown develop outwards.

Conical

It resembles a cone, with a central trunk from which lateral branches grow in size from the tip to the base

Fastigiated

Erect, slender, reminiscent of a flame. Depending on the various species, the foliage can develop more or less in width.

Weeping

Similar to a fontain, with branches pointing downwards.

Prostrate

Characterized by a mainly horizontal development. Sometimes of minimal height.

Evergreen

Leaves remain throughout the winter.

Semipersistant

Leaves persist partially through the winter. They may remain green or dry, then fall and grow again in spring.

Deciduous

The plant is leafless in winter.