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  • Cut Leaved Birch Tree (Betula Crispa)

    SPECIAL OFFER Cut Leaved Birch (Betula Crispa) Tree with elegant and fine graceful branches and drooping shoots. This is a good landscape plant having a bright silver and brown stem and light airy foliage. Almost no shade is cast and it will not block views. It will grow perfectly well in full sun,…
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  • Downy Birch (betula pubescens)

    Bare root stock available Oct-April or PRE ORDER NOW and reserve British native birch trees are the best choice of trees for planting on wet sites. It is completely hardy throughout Britain and will provide shelter for other species of trees planted nearby. Downy birch is extremely valuable for wildlife because of the large…
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  • Foxglove Tree or Empress Tree (Paulownia Tomentosa)

    Foxglove tree - sometimes referred to as the Empress tree is a deciduous tree having spectacular large leathery green leaves and thick shoots. Can be grown just for its leaves. Flowers are on panicles which look in winter as orange pubescent buds. It can withstand cold winters but can be killed in Spring if a sharp…
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  • Honey Locust Sunburst Gleditsia Trianthos

    Honey locust 'Sunburst' Is a small deciduous tree with a rounded crown. Golden yellow spring foliage which darkens to pale green but then turns butter yellow in autumn. This is an elegant tree which becomes a special feature both in spring and autumn each year. Honey locust are striking trees, often planted for contrast…
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  • JUDAS TREE (Cercis Siliquastrum)

    Judas Tree (Cercis Siliquastrum) is fantastic in early spring when it is covered with rose-pink pea-shaped flowers that open in before the leaves appear. They appear in clusters all over the plant, even on main branches and sometimes the stem. When heavily pruned or pollarding the plant will continue to flower.  In the autumn the…
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    Paper bark birch trees (BETULA PAPYRIFERA)

    Paper Bark Birch trees -Almost all of Canada from coast to coast is the home of the paper bark birch, where the majority of the bark is chalky white. In gardens in Britain however, the bark is seldom white for long but has orangey tones, pink or pale brown areas or is largely dark purple.
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  • Purple Birch Tree (Betula Purpurea)

    SPECIAL OFFER  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…
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  • Red Maple tree (Acer rubrum)

    Bare root stock available Oct-April or PRE ORDER NOW and reserve Red Maple-Acer Rubrum. 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…
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  • Sweet Gum Tree (Liquidambar Styraciflua)

    Sweet Gum Liquidambar Tree is highly recommended! This gorgeous beacon of autumn will look great as a specimen tree to draw the eye at this time of year, especially in the sun when its leaves' colour will deepen. The Liquidambar Trees Autumn foliage colours of sweet gum are undoubtably superb. The…
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  • 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. It…
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