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    Monteray Pine
    This beautiful Pine tree makes quite a statement with it's long soft needles and grows into quite a spectacular tree. It needs a bit of space as it is not a small tree.
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    Scotts Pine
    Native evergreen Pine tree which grows into a good screen and gives protection.
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    Walter Pine
    Evergreen, miniature Scots Pine with a multi-stem form which creates a dense, domed crown.
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    Blue Pine (formerly Bhutan Pine)
    Powerful, elegant tree broadly conical when young and more asymmetrical with old age. Very long needles.
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    Flowering Cherry
    Small tree with broad top with double bright pink flowers on long drooping stalks.
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    White-flowering Cherry
    Medium sized deciduous tree with large white cherry blossoms in spring.
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    Common Laurel
    Evergreen tree with shiny large leaves.
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    Portugese Laurel
    Evergreen shrub perfect for topiary shaping and also good for screening.
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    St Lucy Cherry
    Deciduous, small tree with numerous stems and a domed crown.
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    Tibetan Cherry
    Deciduous, small tree grown for its decorative and attractive, red, peeling bark. Grown as a multistem is the best way to appreciate the bark, especially with the sun behind the tree.
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    Ornamental Pear
    Deciduous, small to medium sized tree. Slender and upright with the qualities of a fruiting pear tree but without the fruit.
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    Cypress Oak
    Very narrow, upright oak tree. Ideal for formal gardens or vertical interest.