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  • Cappadocian Maple (Acer Cappadocicum)

    Cappadocian Maple (Acer Cappadocicum)- The most striking feature of these maple trees is the sprout leaves unfold red, and the whole crown of leaves turn a fantastic butter yellow in October. A good ornamental tree, it's frequent in the larger gardens. The medium sized rounded head of branches on a sunny October day is a…
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  • Common Yew (Taxus Baccata)

    Common Yew (Taxus Baccata) provides privacy in the garden and are very easy to grow, the English Common Yew (Taxus Baccata) is the king of hedging. It's native evergreen, dense, slow growing (so easy maintenance) and good in shade. It very easy to grow but does not like wet heavy clay soils. The Common Yew…
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  • Dawn Redwood – Metasequoia Glyptostroboides

    Dawn Redwood trees are straight, tall deciduous conifers originating from China.  The grass green summer foliage turns pink and golden brown in the autumn before falling. The tree thrives  in warm summers and is best where there is plenty of ground water.  Dawn redwood is a prehistoric relic worthwhile addition to any tree collection. Its…
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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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  • Golden Irish Yew (Taxus Baccata ‘fastigata Aureomarginata’)

    Evergreen Golden Irish Yew (Taxus Baccata 'fastigata Aureomarginata') is a very pleasing slow growing conifer much sought after because of its natural attractive shape. The Golden Irish Yew is tightly branched and has a compact upright growth habit. Dense yellow-green foliage with brighter golden edges. Needs no or little clipping or trimming. Ideal to use…
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  • Golden Locust – Robinia Pseudoacacia Frisia

    GOLDEN LOCUST - Robinia Pseudoacacis Frisia is one of our most popular trees. Few arboretum trees have the same impact through the summer as the popular Golden Locust. The pale golden leaves light up a dark corner backed by copper beech, yew or other evergreens; and dramatically reflects the sun against blue sky. In autumn…
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  • Green Weeping Beech trees (fagus sylvatica pendula)

    Green Weeping Beech trees -Given space, a circle about 30 metres across, and time, around 100 years, it is possible to grow this tree to its full potential. There are few more impressive arboreal objects than a mature weeping beech. A framework of ascending branches supports its lax shoots which may hang in tresses 15 metres…
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  • Himalayan Birch trees Betula Utilis Jacquemontii

    Good in winter for colour. Himalayan Birch trees- Betula Utilis Jacquemontii trees are some of the very best trees for the edges of glades. Jacquemontii which have striking nearly white barks very welcoming in the long cold winter months. The himalayan birch has strong, steeply rising branches and firm, shiny leaves on stout,…
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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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  • Hybrid Larch tree (larix eurolepsis)

    The Hybrid Larch tree (larix eurolepsis) between the European and Japanese larches is quite outstanding. It has greater vigour than either parent and will produce sawn timber more durable than Japanese larch. It was first produced around 1904 at Dunkeld House on Tayside. In this instance the 'mother' tree was Japanese, but some later deliberate…
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