Small Gardens

Showing 51–59 of 59 results

  • Tibetan Cherry (Prunus Serrula) tree

    Good planted as lawn specimen, attractive feature in winter. ! Tibetan Cherry tree (Prunus Serrula)-Also known as 'birch bark cherry' with spectacular bark.The burnished mahogany-coloured stems are unique and glisten throughout all seasons.The bark, which peels away in bands with age, makes an attractive feature in winter. The deep green leaves are willow like and…
    From: £50.00 View Product
  • 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…
    From: £45.60 View Product
  • 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.…
    From: £18.00 View Product
  • Wayfaring Tree Viburnum Lantana |Tree Shop|

    The Wayfaring tree has clusters of small, often fragrant white flowers, followed by red, blue or black berries.This is an upright deciduous shrub with finely toothed, broadly ovate grey-green leaves and domed clusters of small tubular white flowers in late spring, followed by heavy crops of slightly flattened berries, red fruits which ripen to black.…
    From: £0.88 View Product
  • 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…
    From: £30.00 View Product
  • Whitebeam tree (sorbus aria)

    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.  is a  fairly compact bushy European tree which is also native to south-east…
    From: £1.32 View Product
  • Wild Cherry Prunus Avium – white blossom

    Prunus Avium (Wild Cherry) fruits are bright red to dark purple in colour. The white blossom of our native cherries has brightened Britain's hedgerows and woodlands for millennia.The blossom has an unforgettable display in spring.The flowers fragrance and sweet nectar attract insects to the tree to pollinate it. If the bark is damaged, it exudes gum…
    From: £0.72 View Product
  • Wild Plum Prunus Domestica

    Wild Plum Tree or hedging.  Deep in the summer, wild plums start to ripen and take on a range of royal colours, from blushing peach to port red to amethyst. When fully ripen, unriped bitterness is replaced by a honeyed-sweetness that make wild plums mouthwatering. Bark is dark grey on perennial branches and redish-brown on young ones. It's hard…
    From: £0.80 View Product
  • Wild Service Tree (Sorbus Torminalis)

    The wild service tree (sorbus torminalis) has red - crimson leaves in autumn and is one of the rarest of British native trees. Flowers appear May/June time, clustered fruit ripens in September, leaves turn purplish/red in autumn. In years gone by the berries were a delicacy for country folk, hanging from strings in kitchens to ripen and then…
    From: £3.12 View Product