17 October, 2013
what kind of tree is sticking up in the rock or gravel?
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    Architectural Gardens, Inc
    Sorry it took so long to reply. The columnar trees are hornbeams, a deciduous tree here in the Midwest. They keep that slim, upright form naturally, no pruning needed. They perform very well in most landscape situations. For more information, search by the species name Carpinus betulus.

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