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Blue Atlas Cedar (Cedrus Atlantica Glauca)  statement tree, blue/silver needles, tolerant of dry soils. Blue Atlas Cedar (Cedrus Atlantica Glauca) statement tree, blue/silver needles, tolerant of dry soils.

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Blue Atlas Cedar-This robust blue-grey needled conifer is indispensable in most ornamental tree collections. Definite specimen use, for large properties, this tree makes a statement by itself, with powder blue, somewhat silver needles and a pyramidal ...[more]


Kalmia Mountain Laurel 'Olympic Fire' (kalmia latifolia) .Shrub of sensational colour. Kalmia Mountain Laurel 'Olympic Fire' (kalmia latifolia) .Shrub of sensational colour.

The Evergreen 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 a  pleasing pink bloom, making a sensational colour contrast against the dark glossy leathery green leaves.Most attractive saucer-shaped deep pink flowers produced in...[more]


Brewers weeping Spruce (picea breweriana) evergreen arboretum tree 'a must have spruce'. Brewers weeping Spruce (picea breweriana) evergreen arboretum tree 'a must have spruce'.

Fantastic for lawn centre piece

Brewers Spruce (picea breweriana).  
An evergreen conifer forming a medium-sized tree of broadly conical habit, with drooping curtains of dark green foliage, and oblong purplish cones to 10cm in ...[more]


RED ROBIN hedge or small tree (Photinia Frasier) RED ROBIN hedge or small tree (Photinia Frasier)

Good shrub or small tree

Red Robin an evergreen shrub or small tree originated from China. At its most striking in spring when the young foilage emerges. Can be varied but the 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 ...[more]


Cappadocicum Maple tree (Acer Cappadocicum) Cappadocicum Maple tree (Acer Cappadocicum)

Cappadocium maple (acer cappadocium) the most striking feature of this maple is the sprout leaves unfold red, and the whole crown of leaves turn a fantastic butter yellow in October.

A good ornamental tree, it is frequent in the larger gardens. The medium s...[more]


Flowering Dogwood (cornus florida) arboretum Flowering Dogwood (cornus florida) arboretum

Flowering dogwood-An attractive shrub or small tree producing flowers in late spring of pink/red petals. The leaves are rich red brown in the autumn....[more]


WHITE MULBERRY(MORUS ALBA) WHITE MULBERRY(MORUS ALBA)

The white mulberry from China is the one preferred by the silk worm. It has glossy, quite smooth leaves that are more given to fancy lobing than those of the Black mulberry, but it is not so hardy. The white mulberry really does need the hot summers.
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Pineapple Broom shrub (Cytisus Battandieri) Pineapple Broom shrub (Cytisus Battandieri)

Pineapple broom is one of the most striking wall shrubs, if you have room for it. It has large, silky leaves and yellow cockades of flowers from mid- to late summer that both look and smell like pineapple. 


A frost hardy deciduous shrub or small tree of upright habit. Can be grown against a wall or in a good sunny position. Silvery gre...[more]


Cedar of Lebanon (cedrus libani) arboretum tree- Cedar of Lebanon (cedrus libani) arboretum tree-

Cedar Of Lebanon-This is the classic flat topped cedar tree. It looks almost prehistoric with its spreading horizontal branches. It has become rare in the wild now, so it is worth growing in a collection for conservation reasons, and for its historical and biblical associations. This is a tree that cries out to be planted in isolation. It...[more]


Paper bark birch tree (BETULA PAPYRIFERA) Paper bark birch tree (BETULA PAPYRIFERA)


Paper Bark Birch -Almost all of Canada from coast to coast is the home of the paper bark birch, where the majority of the bark is chalky white. In gardens in Britain however, the bark is seldom white for long but has orangey tones, pink or pale brown areas or is largely dark purple.
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Chinese Mountain Ash (Sorbus hupensis) Arboretum tree Chinese Mountain Ash (Sorbus hupensis) Arboretum tree

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This tree from China transplants well. Gives good, rather unusual foilage and very unusual fruit. Broad-conic crown. Striking red leaves in Autumn, followed by porcelain looking berries. The berries are not stripped off so rapidly by birds as they prefer the red berries. This rowan ...[more]


Coast Redwood (sequoia sempervirens) Arboretum tree Coast Redwood (sequoia sempervirens) Arboretum tree

Coast Redwood-A very tall straight fast growing evergreen tree from California, introduced to Britain before 1843 by way of Russia. The soft spongy bark and the resin free durable timber are both red in colour. In America the wood is utilized for joinery, building and various other outdoor uses where great strength is not essential. If more of it were plante...[more]


Cockspur Thorn (crataegus lavallei) arboretum tree Cockspur Thorn (crataegus lavallei) arboretum tree

Hybrid cockspur thorn (crataegus lavallei)
There are several American 'cockspur thorns'. They are attractive fairly small (7 metre) mop-headed trees with good creamy-white spring flowers and relatively large berries in clusters in the autumn. These may be accompanied by brightly coloured autumn foliage. Cockspur thorns have unique woody spines, vic...[more]


Weeping double cherry-  Prunus Kiku  ZAKURA Weeping double cherry- Prunus Kiku ZAKURA

Weeping cherry (Prunus Kiku ZAKURA). This beautiful weeping double cherry tree is a 'must have' whether in the small garden or as a feature tree in a larger open space.   This is one of the smaller weeping cherry trees to only reach an height of 3/4 meters in height with a spread of 3/4 meters. Weeping branches covered in pink buds opening in mid to ...[more]


GOLDEN WEEPING WILLOW (salix chrysocoma) GOLDEN WEEPING WILLOW (salix chrysocoma)

Golden weeping willow. From an early age the golden weeping willow produces a round cascade of yellow twigs and green leaves, reaching almost to the ground. A fast  large growing tree that can be propagated by pushing a long twig into the ground. It will soon root itself and grow into a good sapling. Golden weeping willows found mostly by garden po...[more]


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