This clone is also known by the cultivar name of Britzensis.
A winner of the Award of Garden Merit in 2002 it has been known to extend over 3 metres of growth in a single growing season from a coppice.
A medium to large tree with a rather pyramidal crown its young branches are a brilliant orange-red in winter especially if severely pruned every other year to produce a multi-stemmed tree.
It makes a very good park tree and thrives on most soils including those prone to flooding.
Mature height: 17-22m
Mature spread: 12-18m