Pot grown trees

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  • Patio Plum Tree ‘Opal’ (Prunus domestica) Patio fruit tree

    'Opal' (Prunus domestica plum). Eventual height 100-150cm. Suitable for growing on the Terrace or Patio, in pots and as small trees in the ground, varieties are selected for disease resistance and productivity. Enjoy the marvellous juicy taste of 'Opal' from this dwarf Patio fruit tree, all extremely-dwarf stocks, very fruity. Specially bred dwarf variety, producing…
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  • Pear Tree ‘Doyenne du Comice'(Pyrus communis) Patio and garden fruit tree

    'Doyenne du Comice' (Pyrus Communis pear tree).Eventual height 100-150cm Suitable for growing on the Terrace or Patio, in pots and as small trees in the ground, varieties are selected for disease resistance and productivity. Enjoy the large broad shaped juicy fruit, sweet golden skinned fruit from this dwarf pear tree. Patio fruit trees, all extremely dwarf stocks, very…
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  • Persian Ironwood Trees (Parrotia persica)

    Persian Ironwood Trees- Parrotia Persica This great tangled 'birds nest' 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…
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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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  • 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 Tree (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 Maple tree (Acer rubrum)

    Red Maple-Hardy tree, deep loped dark green leaves turning brilliantly red in autumn together with tiny clusters of red springs flowers. Makes an excellent specimen tree. As a landscape feature this is a good component of a mixed clump. It looks particularly good close to water.  It requires very little routine maintenance. Any pruning should…
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  • Red Snake Bark Maple Trees (Acer Capillipes)

    Acer Capillipes-Red snake-bark maple trees are beautiful trees. It certainly earns its keep, thanks to its green bark streaked with white that remains attractive all year. In autumn, its distinctively-shaped three-pointed leaves turn bright red and orange before falling. The branches are naturally arching, giving the tree an elegant, spreading shape. Fully hardy, trees require sunny or…
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  • River Birch tree (Betula Nigra).Tree Shop Tolerates wet areas..

    River Birch Tree-Betula Nigra The main feature of this small to medium sized spreading tree is its interesting peeling bark. This builds up on the stem and main branches in soft curling layers of pink, orange, grey and brown. The other great advantage of this species is its tolerance of wet soil and seasonal flooding. It makes…
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  • Royal Alder tree (Alnus Glutinosa Imperialis). Ideal for wet sites.

    Royal Alder-This is an ideal choice of an unusual tree for a wet site. It is a cut-leaved form of the common alder, and it has all the advantages of that robust species. Soil that is saturated for part of each year suits it very well. The nitrogen fixing nodules found on the roots of…
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