makes very few demands on the soil, prefers calcareous soil
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A. laevis ‘Snowcloud’
From being a shrub it grows to become a small tree, often multi-trunked, with a broad, vase-shaped growth habit. Older specimens form horizontally spreading branches. Grows slightly broader than A. laevis 'Cumulus'. The fine branching pattern makes the silhouette stand out in winter. The bark and branches are grey in the winter. The broad, oval leaves are dark green on top. They are greyish green underneath, first with hair and later bare. The leaves have a reddish tint when they appear. In the autumn the leaves turn red to purplish brown, sometimes yellow. The bright white flowers are in loose, pendulous flower clusters. Edible, purplish blue fruit appears at the end of the summer. The large quantity can create problems for paved areas. The tree has a fine root system close to the surface. It places little demands on the soil, prefers slightly calcareous soil that is not too wet.