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    Winged Euonymus
    Deciduous, shrub grown for its bright red autumn colour and winged bark for winter interest.
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    Beech
    It is such a good tree for doing topiary with, that we had to grow it. Apart from the beautiful bright green leaves in spring, they turn a beautiful coppery colour in winter and stay in the tree.
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    Rocky Mountain Juniper
    Narrow upright evergreen Juniper with a slight blue colouring to the foilage.
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    Laburnum
    Small deciduous tree with large drooping bright yellow flower clusters.
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    Kobus Magnolia
    Small conical tree with plentiful white flowers before leaves appear in spring.
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    Crab Apple
    Small broadly rounded tree with pink bud opening to pure white flowers. Followed by bright yellow fruit.
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    Crab Apple
    Deciduous, open small tree with dark red leaves, extending lateral branches and dark pink flowers. The dark red stems makes an excellent multi-stem tree.
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    Crab Apple
    Deciduous, small tree, broadly conical with a beautiful flower display and fragrant white blossoms, followed by small ‘Cox’-like apples which persist for most of winter. The coppery stems add to the beauty as a multi-stem tree.
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    Crab Apple
    Small tree with spring blossom (white) and big bright red fruit in autumn.
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    Medlar
    Small tree with beautiful white flowers, followed by medlar fruit which you can eat.
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    Dawn Redwood
    Conical large tree - deciduous - good autumn colour.
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    Antarctic Beech
    Deciduous tree with a bizarre twisted asymmetrical appearance. Crooked stems with twigs that fan out.