Pot grown trees

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  • Weeping Katsura

    WEEPING KATSURA TREE (cercidiphyllum japonicum pendulum)

    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 great display of autumn colours. It may look delicate, but is remarkably robust.…
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  • Weeping Pear (pyrus salicifolia pendula)

    Weeping Pear (pyrus salicifolia pendula)

    Weeping Pear (pyrus salicifolia pendula) is 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. It's easy to maintain, should it get untidy with branches dragging down onto the ground then pruning…
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  • Wellingtonia - Sequoiadendron giganteum

    Wellingtonia (sequoiadendron giganteum)

    Wellingtonia (sequoiadendron giganteum) is 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.…
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  • white mulberry


    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's not so hardy. The white mulberry really does need the hot summers.  The fruits are edible but you…
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  • whitebeam tree sorbus aria

    Whitebeam tree (sorbus aria)

    Bare root stock available Oct-April or PRE ORDER NOW and reserve Whitebeam(sorbus Aria) grows well on acid soils, chalk and dry limestone. In spring leaves are silvery/white, in autumn leaves turn golden with red berries which when over-ripe can be made into a jelly to eat with venison. Scented flowers appear in May.…
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  • Wych Hazel (Hamamelis)

    Wych Hazel (Hamamelis)

    Wych Hazel (Hamamelis) Orange Beauty -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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