Arboretum species

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  • Cedar of Lebanon trees (Cedrus Libani)

    Cedar Of Lebanon trees-Cedrus Libani trees .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…
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  • Cherry Kanzan Prunus Kanzan double blossom on line

    A good Present  Flowering cherry tree 'Prunus Kanzan'.  An incredible sight in full bloom, it's no wonder 'Kanzan' is one of the most popular of all flowering cherries. Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit for its performance and reliability, it is incredibly easy to grow and fully winter hardy. Scented, soft-pink,fully double…
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  • Chinese Mountain Ash-Rowan trees (Sorbus Hupehensis)

    Chinese Mountain Ash trees - Sorbus Hupehenis trees. 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 would make…
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  • Copper Norway Maple trees (acer platanoides schwedleri)

          A good tree for the larger garden.  Copper Norway maple Trees , would make a good background tree for its colour and height.  It will grow in the right conditions up to 28 metres.  Grows well on acid and chalky soils, can tolerate partial shade and full sun. Flowers later than the Norway Maple…
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  • Cornus Kousa Flowering Dogwood Cappuccino |Tree Shop Ltd|

    Cornus Kousa, Flowering dogwood, Cappuccino New variety - Most attractive Cornus Kousa Cappuccino which can be a small tree or shrub. Very unusual as the leaves emerge bright green and turn to bronze and deep burgundy crimson throughout the summer. A deciduous shrub/tree producing tiny green flowers surrounded by 4 creamy white bracts which are…
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  • Crimson King Maple (Acer Platanoides)

    CRIMSON KING tree for a special gift Crimson King tree (acer platanoides) have deep attractive beetroot coloured leaves but come autumn the leaves turn red, brown and orange.  A good specimen garden tree for the larger garden and also for screening unsightly buildings.  Will tolerate most soils including clay.
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  • Dawn Redwood – Metasequoia Glyptostroboides

    Dawn Redwood trees are straight, tall deciduous conifers originating from China.  The grass green summer foliage turns pink and golden brown in the autumn before falling. The tree thrives  in warm summers and is best where there is plenty of ground water.  Dawn redwood is a prehistoric relic worthwhile addition to any tree collection. Its summer and autumn…
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  • Dove Tree (Davidia Involucrata) or Hankerchief tree

    Dove trees (Davidia Involucrata trees) also known as the handkerchief tree or ghost tree is a deciduous conically shaped tree. It is much sought after for its large droopy white flowers that do look like 'ladies handkerchief' scattered on branches when more mature. It should be planted in rich damp soil with a fairly sheltered position.   Can tolerate full…
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  • Fastigiata Hornbeam trees (Carpinus Fastigiata)

    Hornbeam trees ( fastigiate hornbeam trees) is an attractive tree in winter. A pyramidal hornbeam, is a splendid form which makes a fine specimen tree of moderate size but great distinction. It is usually seen grown on a clean stem of 2m, (which can be achieved by pruning off any low growing branches) from which the…
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  • Foxglove trees or Empress Tree (paulownia tomentosa)

    Foxglove trees-sometimes referred to as the Empress tree is a deciduous tree having spectacular large leathery green leaves and thick shoots. Can be grown just for its leaves.  Flowers are on panicles which look in winter as orange pubescent buds.  Can withstand cold winters but can be killed in Spring if a sharp frost follows a mild spell during…
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