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Vine-leaved Japanese Maple tree Vine-leaved Japanese Maple tree

Vine-leaved Japanese maple (acer japonicum vitifolium).This is a very unusual beautiful tree, with dramatic autumn colours of purple,red, mid green and golden shades. Also this is a very hardy tree which requires little  maintenance and is shallow rooting. Likes full sun or partial shade, flowering from March to April.  

Suitable for courtyards...[more]


Wellingtonia  (sequoiadendron giganteum) tree Wellingtonia (sequoiadendron giganteum) tree

Wellingtonia (sequoiadendron giganteum) a familiar tree in parks, large gardens and private estates throughout Britain. The dark green spire of foliage reaches skywards and stands well above all the other trees around it.  Lower branches tend to become gracefully down-swept until, on reaching the ground, they take root and begin to shoot upwards again....[more]


LABURNUM VOSSI LABURNUM VOSSI


Popular garden tree

The Laburnum Vossi tree which is the common name or in Latin, Laburnum x Watereri Vossii.  The Laburnum has mid green foliage and has a superb display of long racemes of golden yellow flowers often growing to 60cm in length which open in May. It grows quite rapidly ...[more]


Wingnut Tree (Pterocarya Fraxinifolia) Wingnut Tree (Pterocarya Fraxinifolia)

WINGNUT TREE - This spectacular striking tree, it is difficult not to be impressed by them, even if they are seen in winter, bare of foliage.
Makes a lovely shade tree, a cool place to walk into, or eat, on a hot summer day. This large deciduous tree is a memeber of the same family as the walnut. The most distinctive feature of this tree is the nuts...[more]


Horse Chestnut (aesculus hippocastanum) native arboretum tree Horse Chestnut (aesculus hippocastanum) native arboretum tree

Large native tree

Horse Chestnuts really are a tree for all seasons. In spring and early summer there is a magnificant flower desplay, with white candle-like spikes surrounding the canopy. Autumn as every school child knows, offer up the conkers - a nut that is protected in a green,...[more]


Wych hazel- Hamamelis .Scented flowers from midwinter to spring, autumn colour. Wych hazel- Hamamelis .Scented flowers from midwinter to spring, autumn colour.

Wych Hazel , close your eyes for a moment and imagine yourself in the garden the air is cold on your cheeks and there is a delicious scent, sweet yet spicy, soft yet brittle , chances you are standing next to ( Hamamelis- Witch Hazel).
Cultivated for their spider-like scented flowers, which are carried on bare ...[more]


Dove Tree or Handkerchief Tree( Davidia Involucrata) arboretum Dove Tree or Handkerchief Tree( Davidia Involucrata) arboretum

A most unusual tree

The Dove tree (Davidia Involucrata) also known as the handkerchief tree or ghost tree is a deciduous conically shaped tree. It is much sought after for its large...[more]


Magnolia Grandiflora Magnolia Grandiflora


Beautiful tree
The Magnolia 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. The flowers, pure white and very f...[more]


Swamp cypress tree (Taxodium Distichum) Good autumn colour. Swamp cypress tree (Taxodium Distichum) Good autumn colour.

Swamp Cypress-A deciduous or semi evergreen coniferous tree of conical habit valued largely for the brilliance of their autumn colour. Well suited as specimens. For moisture retentive, acidic soil in full or part shade.

The swamp cypress is eventually a bright, fresh green , bluntly conic crown until it darkens and then, in November,...[more]


Snowdrop tree (Halesia carolina) Ornamental tree Snowdrop tree (Halesia carolina) Ornamental tree

Snowdrop tree (Halesia carolina) is a deciduous medium-sized tree of exceptional beauty. Very pretty with its spreading branches  draped in spring to summer with masses of dainty white bell-shaped flowers.These hang from the branches and are followed by long-lasting, green four winged fruits. The attractive l...[more]


Mop Headed Sycamore (acer Brilliantissimum) small arboretum tree Mop Headed Sycamore (acer Brilliantissimum) small arboretum tree

SOUGHT AFTER TREE

Mop Headed Sycamore-(acer brilliantissum) This highly ornamental small, rounded deciduous sycamore tree is grafted and is superb for the small garden. Popular for its salmon pink young foliage which turns yellow, before dark green, mottled with cream by summer, wid...[more]


Wedding Cake Tree*NEW* CORNUS CONTROVERSA VARIEGATA Wedding Cake Tree*NEW* CORNUS CONTROVERSA VARIEGATA

THE WEDDING CAKE TREE- CORNUS CONTROVERSA VARIEGATA . A small, slow growing graceful tree for any size garden. In Spring the leaves open bright green with a good cream border. The horizontal layered branches produces clusters of white flowers in June. In autumn berries are blue/black good for birds and ...[more]


Japanese rowan (sorbus commixta) Japanese rowan (sorbus commixta)

Japanese Rowan-Fairly quick growing hardy tree that can reach up to 10mtrs in height. Is most happiest in a neutral soil that is well draining withstanding full sun or partial shade. In the autumn it starts to turn a dark purple and then becomes scarlet before turning deep red, with large clusters of red berries.

 

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Copper Norway Maple(acer platanoides schwedleri) Arboretum tree Copper Norway Maple(acer platanoides schwedleri) Arboretum tree

THIS WEEKS HOT DEAL !              A good tree for the larger garden.  

The Copper Norway maple would make a good background tree for its colour and height.  It will grow in the right conditions up to 28 metres.  Grow...[more]


CHOISYA TERNATA-MEXICAN ORANGE BLOSSOM/shrub hedging CHOISYA TERNATA-MEXICAN ORANGE BLOSSOM/shrub hedging

A rather good evergreen shrub which displays star shaped scented white flowers. Can when more mature prune back to form a good shape or can be used as hedging. It would prefer a good sunny position and is not really suitable in cold or windy positions. Good in any soil type and can be trimmed after flowering. If there appears to be dead wood caused by frost then these can be easily cut right b...[more]


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