Quirky shapes in the garden: Yew and Persian ironwood

Hünenberg See, 2018

Stubborn meets quirky: The quirky yew waves on the basalt wall bring a sense of playfulness and fun into the garden.

The multi-stemmed Parrotia persica gives the garden a playful and at the same time elegant feel. The witch-hazel plant is also called Persian ironwood. The high and multi-stemmed tree looks like a dancing figure and enchants even more when its wonderful, red autumn colours start to show.