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Fraser Fir tree (abies fraseri) Dense when young opening with age. Fraser Fir tree (abies fraseri) Dense when young opening with age.

 Frazer firs do not loose their needles and have a beautiful pine fragrance.  Slow growing tree, dense when young opening with age. Prefers a well drained,moist soil, but can tolerate full sun. The young cones are purplish. Very liked by deer!! so don't forget to order your guards.

 

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Grand Fir tree (abies grandis) Fast growing,majestic specimen. Grand Fir tree (abies grandis) Fast growing,majestic specimen.


Grand Fir ,given the right conditions, cool wet rocky hillsides, this is the fastest growing plantation conifer in Britain, reaching its full height within 20 years.  It is shade tolerant so close spacing is acceptable, and trees of every size class stand comfortably together. Originally from western North America grand fir was first intr...[more]


Hybrid Larch tree.Deciduous (non-evergreen)SORRY NOT AVAIL. Hybrid Larch tree.Deciduous (non-evergreen)SORRY NOT AVAIL.

This hybrid between the European and Japanese larches is quite outstanding. It has greater vigour than either parent and will produce sawn timber more durable than Japanese larch. It was first produced around 1904 at Dunkeld House on Tayside. In this instance the 'mother' tree was Japanese, but some later deliberate crosses European larch has been used as the seed tree. The scarcity of F1 seed has...[more]


Holly hedging or tree (ilex aquifolium) Holly hedging or tree (ilex aquifolium)

Holly Plants a valuable minor species on woodland edges and in hedgerows. It's evergreen foliage is a source of shelter for the birds, animals and insects. Female trees may produce enough berried shoots to be commercial at christmas time. Thorny leaves make it a stock proof hedge but browsing animals do get some sustenance from them in winter. Finally t...[more]


Leyland Cypress tree or hedging plants Leyland Cypress tree or hedging plants

Leyland cypress has potential even as a timber tree. The adverse environmental impact of dense clonal forests of it are obvious though. Trees 36 metres are known and nothing will grow under them. It will produce a quick hedge but does not know when to stop growing.! ...[more]


Monkey Puzzle evergreen tree (araucaria araucana)  Suitable for all soil types Monkey Puzzle evergreen tree (araucaria araucana) Suitable for all soil types

The Monkey Puzzle-This curious tree has a primeval look about it. The kind of plant that would probably have been familiar to dinosaurs. It always develops a perfectly straight stem and equally spaced whorls of branches. The bark on the stem is grey and becomes heavily wrinkled like an elephants foot. The evergreen foliage covers the branches entirely. It...[more]


Red Robin hedging plants, shrub or small tree (photinia fraseri) Red Robin hedging plants, shrub or small tree (photinia fraseri)

Red Robin is an evergreen shrub or small tree originated from China. At its most striking in spring when the young foliage emerges. Can be varied but young growth is bright red. The more mature trees bark which is red- brown peels in flakes. They make a good specimen shrub or maybe used in hedging and is very easily maintained by pruning back late ...[more]


Kalmia Mountain Laurel latifolia 'Olympic fire' shrub.Sensational colour. Kalmia Mountain Laurel latifolia 'Olympic fire' shrub.Sensational colour.

GOOD FLOWERING SHRUB/TREE

The Kalmia Mountain Laurel (Olympic fire) is considered by many to be the most beautiful flowering native shrub of North America. The dark red buds open to pleasing saucer shaped pink blooms, making sensational colour contrast against the dark glossy leathery leaves. Clusters...[more]


Laurel evergreen hedging plants (prunus laurocerasus) Laurel evergreen hedging plants (prunus laurocerasus)

Laurel makes a good hedging screen, is tolerant of shade, a good hedging plant which can be pruned back.

Sometimes called Cherry laurel this familiar evergreen laurel reaches 10 metres in height and spreads widely. It has been extensively planted for pheasant cover and ornament in Britain since 1576. Its origin is Eastern Europe and Asia Mino...[more]


Shrub Honeysuckle dense, fast growing hedging plants (lonicera nitida) Shrub Honeysuckle dense, fast growing hedging plants (lonicera nitida)

Shrub Honeysuckle,  this evergreen hedge plant has small leaves and make good relatively easy maintained hedges. It is dense and may be clipped to any size. It has become very popular used as a low screen and windbreak. Yellow flowers appear in pairs in April, followed by berries.


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Magnolia Grandiflora shrub Magnolia Grandiflora shrub


The grandiflora is an evergreen magnolia, sometimes seen growing against a wall in a sunny position, but just as likely to be seen as a good specimen shrub. Thick glossy leaves covered beneath by rusty hairs. This tree will not flower until it is more mature at approx 8 years.  The age of the Tree S...[more]


Lawson Cypress tree or hedging plants (chamaecyparis lawsoniana) Tough and hardy, makes good screen Lawson Cypress tree or hedging plants (chamaecyparis lawsoniana) Tough and hardy, makes good screen

Lawson Cypress (Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana)-Britain's most popular garden conifer planted for ornamental purposes and for hedging. Tough and hardy, tolerant of most soils as long as well drained. Foliage is light green with female flower appearing on ends of branchlets and red male flowers growing on ends of branches, when ripe turn red.  Makes a good ...[more]


Lodgepole Pine tree.Grows well on most soil conditions. Lodgepole Pine tree.Grows well on most soil conditions.

Pinus contorta-Lodgepole Pine grows well on most soil conditions, foliage is bright green, long and not too dense. Female flowers grow on tips of new shoots, male flowers are yellow and grow at base of new growth.

During the past 100 years British forestry has relied upon the lodgepole pine to extend tree cover beyond the tolerance of Sitka Spruce. Given wet acid conditions, and cultivati...[more]


Noble Fir tree (abies procera)  Can tolerate poor soil conditions and withstands exposed sites. Noble Fir tree (abies procera) Can tolerate poor soil conditions and withstands exposed sites.

The noble fir is an excellent christmas tree.  It does not shed its needles, keeps a good shape, stiff branches will withstand modern xmas ornaments - and importantly will look good well after Christmas.  Enjoy!!

Can tolerate poor soil conditions, is snow tolerant and withstands exposed sites. Its needles are blue/green, male flowers are d...[more]


Norway Spruce (picea abies) Xmas tree, good commercial, fast growing, disease resistant Norway Spruce (picea abies) Xmas tree, good commercial, fast growing, disease resistant

Norway Spruce-(Picea abies) is the most well-known of all Christmas tree varieties.When grown out in the open will take a classic Christmas tree shape, with a broad base of spreading branches close to the ground and a gently tapering shape towards the top. From a commercial growers p...[more]


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