‘Bloodgood’ Widely planted street tree discovered in London where the new hybrid first appeared around 1645. Thrives in the polluted air, its ability to withstand drought and other adversities makes it an important urban tree. Unique bark and interesting branching give it amazing year round visual appeal. Grows 75–100’ high and a spread of around 80’ at a medium rate, with height increases of 13–24” per year. Seed balls are consumed by finches and squirrels.