Metasequoia, Cedrus libani, Carpinus, Apple & Rhodie specimens

We just located and dug 5 more amazing specimen trees.  Any of these will give an instant finished look to your garden and create a magnificent anchor in the landscape.  The first is a specimen Metasequoia glyptostroboides that measures approx. 30/35'H x 16/18'W.

   Metasequoia glyptostroboides   specimen

Metasequoia glyptostroboides  specimen

Next is a Cedrus libani that tips at about 40/42'H !!!  Tough to beat in the landscape as far as instant, unique character goes...

   Cedrus libani    40' specimen

Cedrus libani   40' specimen

Once the branches of a mature Carpinus bet. 'Fastigiata' begin to relax, you get something that looks like this beauty below.  This one is approx 20/25'H & W.

   Carpinus betulus  'Fastigiata'  mature specimen

Carpinus betulus 'Fastigiata'  mature specimen

With increased demand for edible ornamentals in the garden, this specimen columnar apple tree would be a perfect fit in todays landscapes.  It's approx. 17/18'H x 6/7'W with a 6" caliper.  We believe the variety is Scarlet Sentinel.  

  Columnar Apple Tree 'Scarlet Sentinel'  specimen

Columnar Apple Tree 'Scarlet Sentinel'  specimen

 Scarlet Sentinel flower

Scarlet Sentinel flower

  Apple 'Scarlet Sentinel'  fruit

Apple 'Scarlet Sentinel'  fruit

And lastly, a near perfect Rhododendron specimen.  We were told the flower is dark pink/ red.  This one measures approx. 11/12'H x 13/14'W and looks great from all sides.  

  Rhododendron,  unknown red or pink specimen

Rhododendron,  unknown red or pink specimen