Stock Availability

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    Field Maple
    Deciduous, small to medium size tree, very unusual bark and bright yellow autumn colour. It makes a very striking multistem with its corky bark.
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    Snakebark Maple
    Small tree being grown for it's striking stripy bark which resembles a snake skin. The stripes get more pronounced in colder weather and the tips of the branches go bright red.
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    Freeman's Maple
    Beautil Maple tree with bright green foilage in the summer that turns bright scarlet in autumn.
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    Amur maple
    Deciduous, small tree with a natural multi-stem form and a broad umbrella shaped crown.
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    Paperbark Maple
    Deciduous, small maple, popular for it’s bark which peels off as it grows.
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    Vine-leaf Japanese Maple
    Hardy Japanese Maple with strong structure and beautiful autumn colour.
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    June Berry or Snowy Mespilus
    Deciduous, large shrub or small tree, very popular with gardeners, landscape architects and designers. Naturally growing as a multi-stem which makes it an obvious choice for our nursery.
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    Broom Yellow Tail
    Shrub with silvery leaves and pineapple scented yellow flowers.
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    White Chinese Birch
    Small, slow growing Birch with beautiful coppery peeling bark.
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    River Birch
    Birch tree with great bark interest and a great canopy tree.
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    Himalayan Birch
    Deciduous, medium sized tree with a broadly conical (like a candle flame) shape and pure white bark which is the reason for growing it as a multi-stem as there are more of the white stems.
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    Box Rotundifolia
    This species of box has got larger leaves and more vigirous growth, allowing it to be grown into an ubrella shaped small evergreen tree.
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    Hornbeam
    Deciduous, small to medium tree with a very neat rounded crown. Good for hedges and topiary as well a specimen multi-stem tree.
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    A beautiful fastigiate tree which keeps it narrow shape like a coloumn right into old age.
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    Hornbeam
    Deciduous, very narrow upright form. Grown for its architectural qualities.
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    Judas Tree
    Deciduous, small tree covered all over with very unusual bright, pink, pea-shaped flowers, even on the stems.
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    Table Dogwood
    Beautifully shaped tree forming tiers or layers in a broadly conical shape. Covered in white flowers in spring, followed by blue-black berries and great reddish autumn colour. It does need a bit of space to appreciate it true potential.
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    Japanese Strawberry Tree
    Small tree with exceptional flower bracts.
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    Chinese Dogwood
    Deciduous shrub grown for its large white flower display in spring and stunning autumn colour.
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    Japanese Strawberry Tree
    Small tree with exceptional pink flower bracts.
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    Cornelian Cherry
    Deciduous, large shrub, stiffly upright with a broad domed crown and bright yellow winter flower display.
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    Hazel
    Great native muli-stem tree with spreading crown.
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    Smoke Tree Royal Purple
    Large shrub with dark purple leaves and large amount of fine flowers that gives it the appearance of 'smoking'.
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    Scarlet Hawthorn
    Deciduous, loose, broad shrub or small tree, relatively fast growing with white flowers which are followed by large, plump red berries into late autumn. The stiff upright stems makes a great small multistem tree.
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    Common Hawthorn
    Deciduous, small tree. Normally seen in hedgerows, it makes a very striking specimen.
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    Broad-leaved Cockspur Thorn
    Deciduous, small tree with a compact and rounded outline, striking autumn colour and lots of bright red berries into early winter. It's narrow shapes makes it a very good multistem tree.
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    Hybrid Cockspur Thorn
    This is a mostly thornless Thorn! Beautiful light grey bark, dark green leaves, which turns bright red before falling late in the season. Great bright red haws - what's not to like!
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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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    Fastigiate Beech
    An upright fastigiate Beech tree with thight head and dark green leaves which are resistant to the wooly aphid.
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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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    Juniper Pfitzeriana Aurea
    Golden Juniper grown as cloud pruned topiary
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    Juniperus Hetzii
    Green juniper grown as a raised canopy character tree.
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    Laburnum
    Small deciduous tree with large drooping bright yellow flower clusters.
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    Narrow upright for of Liquidambar styraciflua. Perfect for smaller gardens.
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    Magnolia
    Upright medium sized shrub with lots of pink Magnolia flowers in spring.
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    Magnolia
    Big, vigorous white flowering tree.
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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, 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
    Broadley rounded decidious tree with good spring blossom followed by yellow crab apples in the autumn.
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    Crab Apple
    Small spreading Crab Apple with fine pale pink blossoms followed by small yellow crab apples.
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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.
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    Mountain Pine
    Small Pine tree with crooked stem arching upwards.
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    Fastigiate Black Pine
    A variety of Black Pine with lovely vivid dark green needles and elegant columnar habit.
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    Scotts Pine
    Native evergreen Pine tree which grows into a good screen and gives protection.
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    Fastigiate Scotts Pine
    An upright form of Scotts Pine, all the beauty of the blue needles but not a large tree.
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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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    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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    Upright Pin Oak
    An upright form of the Pin Oak which means you get to enjoy the autumn colour without the large tree.
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    English Oak
    No English tree nursery should be without an English Oak - naturally grown uncaned.
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    Cypress Oak
    Very narrow, upright oak tree. Ideal for formal gardens or vertical interest.
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    Hybrid Oak (upright)
    An upright form of Oak with dark green glossy leaves and yellow/amber autumn colour.
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    Corral Bark Willow
    Willows pollarded to show of bright red new growth during the dark winter months.
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    Goat or Pussy Willow
    Deciduous, large shrub or small tree with a round crown and extended twigs with unusual, fluffy flowers in spring.
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    Rowan
    Small native tree with rounded crown and lots of red fruit in autumn.
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    Ulleung Island Rowan 'Olympic Flame'
    A small, columnar tree that exhibits startling autumn colour as the large leaves with their many leaflets turn vibrant reds and oranges. Creamy-white flowers in late spring develop into clusters of shiny red berries that persist from autumn into winter.
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    Swedish Whitebeam
    Small to medium sized tree with rounded crown and beautiful red berries at the end of summer.
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    Lilac (white)
    A bushy medium-sized deciduous shrub with light green, heart-shaped leaves and compact trusses of fragrant, double, white flowers from yellowish buds.
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    Yew
    Evergreen tree perfect for pruning into different shapes.
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    Small Leaved Lime Winter Orange
    Medium size deciduous Lime tree with distinctive bright orange growth tips.
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    Elm Jacqueline Hillier
    Small multi-stem Elm (resistant) with great asymetrical shape and beautiful feathery foilage.
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    Leatherleaf Viburnum
    Evergreen, large shrub. Multiple stems, stiffly upright with lateral arching twigs.
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    Burkwood Viburnum
    Semi-evergreen, large open shrub. Slow growing and fragrant white flowers in spring.