Arboretum species

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  • Persian Ironwood Trees (Parrotia persica)

    Persian Ironwood Trees- Parrotia Persica This great tangled 'birdsnest' of a tree is a must in any lowland arboretum or landscaped garden. It forms a billowing domed 6-8 metre high mass of leathery green foliage that lights up in the autumn. Every colour can be found somewhere on the plant in October, from glossy purple to red,…
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  • Pillar Apple-Malus Tschonoskii trees

    Malus Tschonoskii trees - Pillar Apple trees-As its name suggests this is an erect conical tree. It grows strongly upwards but seldom exceeds 12 metres in height. An ideal arboretum, park, garden or avenue tree where space is limited. It was discovered near Mount Fujiyana in Japan between 1892 and 1897. Buds open silvery and produce firm…
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  • Pin Oak tree (Quercus Palustris) or Swamp Spanish oak

    Pin Oak Tree or Swamp Spanish oak, is a medium-sized deciduous tree and is one of the most commonly used landscaping oaks in its native range due to its ease of transplant, its relatively fast growth, and pollution tolerance.Its distinctive shape is considered unique among hardwoods. This is one of the best oaks to plant on…
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    Populus Deltoides Purple Tower

    NEW IN A very attractive upright and pyramidal tree. A good tree for the smaller garden. The Purple Tower has very attractive dark purple heart shaped leaves in the summer and by Autumn will turn a strong red. It can reach height of 10m and 3m wide. To encourage your Purple Tower to produce larger…
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  • Portuguese Laurel shrub/tree (Prunus Lusitanica Angustifolia)

    The evergreen Portuguese Laurel Angustifolia has luxurious dark glossy green pointed leaves on beautiful bright deep pink stems.Portuguese Laurel Angustifolia is more a Conical shape and has small fragrant white flowers in spring and small red fruits turning purplish- black in autumn.It is hardy good for wildlife and the berries are extremely popular with the birds and…
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  • Prunus Avium Plena Double Blossom

    Beautiful blossom clusters of drooping double white flowers, tolerates heavy clay soil. Double Blossom Cherry trees (Prunus Avium Plena)-This is probably the best white cherry in cultivation. Like its parent the native wild cherry it makes a big tree. Clusters of drooping double white flowers occur at the same time as many tulips…
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  • Prunus Kiku-Shirdare-Zakura Weeping Cherry

    Cherry Prunus Kiku-Shirdare-Zakura trees. 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.…
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  • Prunus Sargentii (Sargent Cherry) trees Arboretum Tree

    Sargent Cherry trees (prunus sargentii).   This Japanese tree is commonly planted in towns because it grows strong and gives a reliable early display of soft pink flowers opening amongst it's young bronze leaves. It is the best of all cherries for its autumn show of scarlet, orange and deep red leaves. This cherry tree needs…
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  • Purple Birch (betula purpurea)

    Purple Birch tree (betula purpurea).Arboretum tree, striking purple foliage against silver white bark.This striking tree is very similar to the silver birch, but is more ornamental and looks more columnar than the silver birch.  Deep purple foliage appear in the spring followed by more lush red/coppery leaves, which is quite striking against the silvery white bark. The…
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  • Red Horse Chestnut Tree

    Red Horse Chestnut – Aesculus Carnea Briotii- Red Flowers

    Enhance the look of your property: The Red  Horse Chestnut tree-Conker tree is a glorious sight when it blossoms in May with its huge red or pinkish blossom. It's large candles standing erect above the branches.The nuts look like a regular chestnut and are sometimes called conkers.They are formed in a thick prickly outer casing (nuts are poisonous).…
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