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18 SolidGrowth Trees and Plants for Vue 6+

All species leaf and bark materials are high-resolution and ready for close up renders.

All vegetation was created from modified native Vue 6 SolidGrowth plants. Compatible with all versions of Vue 6 and up.*

* Using this collection with Vue Esprit may require the purchase of "official" plants and modules from cornucopia3d.com.

 
The following species are required to use this collection.
 
Summery Cherry Tree Rural Maple Tree Plum Tree
 
* The Botanica Module is also required for Esprit users.
 
* This collection is NOT compatible with Vue Pioneer.
This product is also availble as part of the Amazing Vegetation Bundle, and additional bundles not shown above.
 
  Crack Willow
    Latin: Salix fragilis
 
The Crack Willow was named after the sound its twigs make, when separating from the tree.

Some Crack Willows have been known to live for over 1,000 years, although most Crack Willows will typically reach an age of 200 years.

The Crack Willow can grow to 27 meters in height,
and is native to Europe and Asia.
 
  Bristly Locust
    Latin: Robinia hispida
 
The Bristly Locust is part of the Fabaceae family, or the Bean and Pea family.

Its elegant rose-purple flowers are a good indication to why it was originally cultivated from Europe as an ornamental plant.

The Bristly Locust can grow up to 3 meters in height.
 
  Burning Bush
    Latin: Euonymus alata
 
The Burning Bush, also know as the Spindle Tree, is quite a vibrant shrub, and has become a household favorite. 

During the Autumn months, the Burning Bush shows why it is named such, exhibiting bright red leaves that make it stand out much more than any other shrub.

The Burning Bush can grow up to 3 meters in height.
 
  Downy Hawthorn
    Latin: Crataegus mollis
 
The Downy Hawthorn varies greatly in both shape and size, and since there are so many types of Crataegus, it can often be hard to tell the different species apart.

The tree often resembles the shape and look of an apple tree, and when flowering it is even more uncanny.  Even the fruit that emerges, from its small clusters of white five petal flowers, have the appearance of small red apples.  

The Downy Hawthorn can grow to 13 meters in height.
 
  Downy Juneberry
    Latin: Amelanchier arborea
 
The Downy Juneberrys heart shaped leaves are normally found in clusters of 4 or 5. Its five petal white flowers normally bloom in May or the early weeks of June.

The Downy Juneberry can grow to 9 meters in height, and sometimes more. Its native origin is North America.
 
  European Buckthorn
    Latin: Rhamnus cathartica
 
The European Buckthorn is often referred to as a weed, mainly because of the quickness in its regeneration.  If will often grow back from a cut stump.

The black fruit of the European Buckthorn have been found dangerous to
humans and other animals.  

The European Buckthorn can grow to 5 meters in height.  Its native origin
is Europe, although it is now found in many parts of the world.
 
  Glossy Buckthorn
    Latin: Rhamnus frangula
 
The Glossy Buckthorn is often referred to as a weed, mainly because of the quickness in its regeneration.  If will often grow back from a cut stump .It also has an extremely extensive root system, making it very hard to get rid of. The growth of this plant will often block out sunlight for surrounding species, usually killing those with high lighting needs.

The black fruit of the Glossy Buckthorn has been found dangerous
to humans and other animals.  

The Glossy Buckthorn can grow to 6 meters in height.
 
  Green Alder
    Latin: Alnus viridis
 
Even though the green alder is in the birch family, it is commonly referred to as a shrub.  However, it will occasionally be classified as a small tree.

The green alder has also been named "mountain alder", and is commonly found in North America.

The Green Alder can grow to 8 meters in height, and will sometimes grow to 12 meters.
 
  Japanese Maple 1
    Latin: Acer palmatum
 
Japanese Maples are an extremely striking species of maple in both their colour and shape.

The Japanese Maple has many varieties of species and types.

 
  Japanese Maple 2
    Latin: Acer palmatum
 
Japanese Maples are an extremely striking species of maple in both their colour and shape.

The Japanese Maple has many varieties of species and types.

 
  Japanese Maple 3
    Latin: Acer palmatum
 
Japanese Maples are an extremely striking species of maple in both their colour and shape.

The Japanese Maple has many varieties of species and types.

 
  Japanese Maple 4
    Latin: Acer palmatum
 
Japanese Maples are an extremely striking species of maple in both their colour and shape.

The Japanese Maple has many varieties of species and types.

 
  Japanese Maple 5
    Latin: Acer palmatum
 
Japanese Maples are an extremely striking species of maple in both their colour and shape.

The Japanese Maple has many varieties of species and types.

 
  Japanese Maple 6
    Latin: Acer palmatum
 
Japanese Maples are an extremely striking species of maple in both their colour and shape.

The Japanese Maple has many varieties of species and types.

 
  Prairie Crabapple
    Latin: Malus ioensis
 
The Prairie Crabapple is commonly found in upper Midwest of America.

With its five petal, white and pink colored flowers, this Crabapple can be quite striking during the spring months,

The Prairie Crabapple can grow to 6 meters in height.
 
  Russian Olive
    Latin: Elaeagnus angustifolia
 
The Russian Olive can tolerate very poor soil quality, making it a very hardy tree.

Its stunning and unique tight groups of long white leaves make the Russian Olive a very popular ornamental tree, and has become a common household favorite.

The Russian Olive can grow to 9 meters in height.
 
  Siberian Elm
    Latin: Ulmus pumila
 
The Siberian Elm is also known as the Asiatic Elm, Chinese Elm, and Dwarf Elm.

This tree is very tolerable of poor weather and soil quality.

The Siberian Elm can grow to 30 meters tall, but is commonly found between 10 and 20 meters.
 
  Yellow-bud Hickory
    Latin: Carya cordiformis
 
The Yellow-bud Hickory produces very bitter fruit, which has also given it the name, Bitter-nut Hickory.

This tree is often cut down for use as firewood because of its aromatic flavor that enhances almost any food cooked over it.

The Yellow-bud Hickory can grow to 20 meters tall.
 
 
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