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Liquidambar styraciflua 'Worplesdon'

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20th November 2005

One of the best cultivars for autumn colour - my little tree doesn't really get enough sun to do well, but it has occasional moments of reddish glory.

12th October 2008

7th November 2008

3rd February 2009

I spend the autumn waiting for the most fleeting glimpses of colour from the dying leaves and then I get this structured white bonus in the winter.

6th November 2011

10th November 2013

I have been clearing trees to the south of it so that it gets some sun through the day and the autumn colour is improving as a result.

8th November 2018

9th May 2020

A cultivar selected by the nursery of George Jackman and Son from Woking (more famous for their Clematis hybrids) in 1969 from a tree growing in Worplesdon (Surrey).