Arboretum species

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  • Grey- Budded Snakebark Maple trees (acer rufinerve)

    Unusual Bark Grey Budded Snake Bark Maple trees- The bark on young trees is smooth, olive-green with regular narrow vertical pale green to greyish stripes and small greyish lenticels on old trees, it becomes rough and grey. The leaves turn to bright orange or red in the autumn. The very green stem and…
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  • Himalayan Birch trees Betula Utilis Jacquemontii

    Good in winter for colour. Himalayan Birch trees- Betula Utilis Jacquemontii trees are some of the very best trees for the edges of glades. Jacquemontii which have striking nearly white barks very welcoming in the long cold winter months. The himalayan birch has strong, steeply rising branches and firm, shiny leaves on stout,…
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  • Honey Locust Sunburst Gleditsia Trianthos

    Honey locust 'Sunburst' Is a small deciduous tree with a rounded crown. Golden yellow spring foliage which darkens to pale green but then turns butter yellow in autumn. This is an elegant tree which becomes a special feature both in spring and autumn each year. Honey locust are striking trees, often planted for contrast against…
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  • Hop Hornbeam trees (Ostrya Carpinifolia)

    Hop Hornbeam trees-Ostrya Carpinifolia trees have a very unusual appearance in the summer when a crown of dark good looking foliage is mixed with white fruit clusters which are near to 5cm broad cylindric bunches of bladders like a big hop fruit. Apart from this summer display the tree remains quite dull. Agood woodland tree, it…
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  • Indian Bean tree (Catalpa Bignonioides)

    Indian Bean Tree  The name 'Indian' is a reference to North American native Indians. St James Square in Monmouthshire, Wales is the site of a historic Indian Bean Tree. It's thought to be one of the oldest and largest specimens in the United Kingdom. Principally grown for their broad headed attractive foliage, their exquisite bell shaped summer flowers…
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  • Indian Horse Chestnut AESCULUS INDICA

    Indian Horse Chestnut (Aesculus Indica) is a deciduous tall tree, more suitable to parkland or large estates or very large gardens. It bears panicles of soft pink flushed flowers in summer with bronze foliage. In Autumn this changes to orange and yellow.  Mature height is approx 17 meters.
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  • Irish Yew trees (Taxus Baccata Fastigiata)

    The upright deep green foliage of Irish Yew can be used in many situations in the arboretum. For instance as a backdrop for white and pale coloured trees and shrubs. Eucryphia and white cherry excel against such a background. The vertical outline of the yew can also be put to good use in garden design.…
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  • Japanese Maple trees (Acer Palmatum)

    Trees- Recommended gift for any sized garden Japanese Maple trees are excellent potted for patio or terrace.  The gorgeous Japanese maple is a must for a shaded part in your garden. Definitely a wow factor. This Japanese maple starts life as a rich green and through autumn turns red, orange and bronze. Autumn is…
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  • Japanese rowan trees (sorbus commixta)

    Japanese Rowan trees-Fairly quick growing hardy trees 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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    John Downie Crab apple (Malus John Downie)

    Malus John Downie Crab Apple -The heavy fruiting crab apple 'John Downie' was raised in Lichfield England in 1875 by Mr E Holmes. It was named after his friend and fellow nurseryman John Downie from Scotland. The tree, which resembles a free grown orchard apple in size and shape, has white blossom which starts off…
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