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  • Alder Buckthorn (Rhamanus Frangula)

    Alder Buckthorn (Rhamanus Frangula) is a small, thornless tree of wet woodland, riverbanks and heath lands. It is widespread, but scarce across England and Wales. Clusters of pale green flowers appear in late spring and bunches of red berries ripen to a purple-black colour in autumn. Both Alder and Purging buckthorn are the main food…
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  • Berberis Red – Thunbergii Atropurpurea

    Berberis Red - Thunbergii Atropurpurea are compact and slow growing, so ideal for low but superb prickly hedges. This shrub has red leaves, producing clusters of very small oval shaped leaves with pale yellow flowers. Both varieties are deciduous and the fruits are glossy red, jewel like fruits which drip from their branches in late…
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  • Buddleia Potted (Butterfly Bush)

    Buddleia potted (Butterfly Bush) or Buddleja Davidii.  Commonly known as Butterfly bush because of the attraction their flowers have for butterflies. The summer flowering is beautiful with blossom throughout the summer guaranteed to create an impact with its dense spikes of fragrant flowers. Its blossom is abundant and last from July through to October. To…
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  • Common Buckthorn (Rhamanus Cathartica)

    Bare root stock available Oct-April or PRE ORDER NOW and reserve Common Buckthorn-A spiny 8 metre deciduous native shrub that usually produces a heavy crop of glossy black berries in early winter. These are good for pheasants in particular. The Common Buckthorn thrives on base-rich soils especially in open woods and hedgerows.
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    Crab Apple (Malus Sylvestris)

    Crab Apple (Malus Sylvestris) is a hardy tree that can grow 10 metres tall often with spiny shoots, pinkish blossom and yellowish green to russet 2-3cm round apples. It's often confused with Malus Domestica which is larger, not spiny and has variously coloured fruit. Most hedgerow trees are self sown from discarded apple cores.  The…
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  • Dog Rose (Rosa Canina)

    Dog Rose (Rosa Canina), native to Britain with beautiful, profuse pale pink flowers in June and orange/red glossy rose hips in autumn. It's fast growing and scrambling with stems covered with small, hooked prickles, which aid climbing. It's well armed arching stems are a familiar sight in southern Britain.  The Dog Rose (Rosa Canina) can…
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  • Elder Berry tree or shrub (sambucus nigra) On Line from Tree-Shop

    Bare root stock available Oct-April or PRE ORDER NOW and reserve Elder Berry Tree or bush.  Elder is a UK native species which grows rapidly when young. It's floriferous in June with numerous creamy-white flat heads of creamy white and are followed by juicy purple-black berries in dense heavy clusters which are high…
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  • Field Rose hedging plants or shrub (rosa arvensis)

    Bare root stock available Oct-April or PRE ORDER NOW and reserve Field Rose -An extremely useful wild rambler, the Field Rose is perfectly happy in wild or cottage gardens in poor soil. It also scrambles out long stems covered in pure white, musky scented flowers 4-5cm across in early summer. They are followed by round…
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  • Guelder Rose Viburnum Opulus

    Guelder Rose Viburnum Opulus is a deciduous shrub.  Also known as the Snowball Tree, due to its frothy white flowers making a beautiful ornamental hedge. Producing beautiful orange autumn foliage colour together with heavy bunches of glutinous scarlet berries. The Guelder Rose Viburnum Opulus exceeds 4 metres in height but spreads widely. In spring it…
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    Lonicera Nitida Shrub – Honeysuckle

    Lonicera Nitida Shrub - Honeysuckle, this fast growing evergreen hedge plant has small leaves and make good relatively easy maintained hedges. It's dense and may be clipped to any size. It has become very popular used as a low screen and windbreak. Yellow flowers appear in pairs in April, followed by purple berries. From: £2.00 View Product