It thrives on nutrient-poor, dry soils, but can also tolerate a lot of soil moisture. Quercus (oak), on the other hand, likes strong, deep soils.
Under optimal soil and climate conditions, the trees from Lappen develop into true giants: In addition to Quercus (oak), Fagus (beech) and Ulmus (elm), the Acer (maple) can also grow up to 30 metres high and develop a magnificent crown in free standing.
Among the deciduous trees in the nursery are also trees of the future, which are characterised by their vigour, life expectancy, heat tolerance, resistance or breakage resistance, among other things. These include Acer campestre (field maple) in various varieties, Celtis australis (Southern Marigold), Acer buergerianum (French maple), Quercus cerris (Turkish oak), Ostrya carpinifolia (hop fractures), Zelkova serrata (Zelkove), Gleditsia triacanthos (Honey Locust) in different varieties, Koelreuteria paniculata (bubble ash) or Fraxinus ornus (Manna ash).
Another plant in the extensive portfolio of the nursery is Tilia henryana (Henrys lime). This produces particularly rich nectar and pollen and is therefore often approached by honeybees. Furthermore, these ‘bee pastures’ are reliably suitable for fixing slopes and inland dunes.