Pot grown trees

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  • Tulip Tree Liriodendron Tulipifera

    Liriodendron Tulipifera- Tulip Tree-Although generally thought of as an ornamental specimen and avenue tree in Britain the tulip tree is actually a producer of fine timber. The Tulip Tree is a member of the Magnolia family. It is fair to state that only more mature (10 years old) trees will produce flowers which appear during late Spring or early…
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  • autumn colours

    Tupelo Black Gum Nyssa Sylvatica tree

    Tupelo - Nyssa Sylvatica trees ares grown entirely for their good autumn colourings. The glossy leaves, 5-15cm in length and retaining  their high gloss as they turn gold, after which the outer leaves turn through orange to scarlet. It is then at its best, after which the whole crown is scarlet and dark red. A fine…
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  • Victoria plum tree (prunus domestica) Patio and garden fruit tree

    Victoria Plum' tree (Prunus domestica). Suitable for Terrace or Patio, in pots and as small trees in the ground, varieties are selected for disease resistance and productivity. Perfect for patio containers or planting in the ground, specially bred dwarf fruit trees.! Patio fruit trees, all on extremely dwarf stocks, very fruity. Producing many fruits on stems.…
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  • Wedding Cake Tree (Cornus Controversa Variegata)

    The Wedding Cake Tree-Cornus Controversa Variegata tree. A small, slow growing graceful tree for any size garden. In Spring the leaves open bright green with a good cream border. The horizontal layered branches produces clusters of white flowers in June. In autumn berries are blue/black good for birds and the leaves turn to red/purple. Even…
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  • WEEPING KATSURA TREE (cercidiphyllum japonicum pendulum)

    HEART SHAPED LEAVES.  A real must have tree ! A real must !The Weeping Katsura tree (cercidiphyllum japonicum pendulum) was first introduced in Britain in about 1864. This is an important tree in garden design as it adds an air of elegance and adds a distinctively different kind of foliage as well as a…
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  • WEEPING PEAR (pyrus salicifolia pendula) Trees

    Weeping pear ornamental tree (pyrus salicifolia pendula).  A very elegant small tree with long sweeping willow-like branches. A good garden tree suitable for even very small gardens as it only grows up to 4 meters x 4 meters wide and can easily be maintained should it get untidy with branches dragging down onto the ground. Pruning can be…
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  • Wellingtonia (sequoiadendron giganteum)

    Wellingtonia (sequoiadendron giganteum) a familiar tree in parks, large gardens and private estates throughout Britain. The dark green spire of foliage reaches skywards and stands well above all the other trees around it.  Lower branches tend to become gracefully down-swept until, on reaching the ground, they take root and begin to shoot upwards again. The soft…
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  • WHITE MULBERRY(MORUS ALBA)

    White mulberry trees ( Morus Alba) - from China is the one preferred by the silk worm. It has glossy, quite smooth leaves that are more given to fancy lobbing than those of the Black mulberry, but it is not so hardy. The white mulberry really does need the hot summers.  The fruits are edible…
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  • Wych Hazel- ( Hamamelis )

    Wych Hazel , close your eyes for a moment and imagine yourself in the garden the air is cold on your cheeks and there is a delicious scent, sweet yet spicy, soft yet brittle , chances you are standing next to ( Hamamelis- Witch Hazel). Cultivated for their spider-like scented flowers, which are carried on…
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