• Abies nordmanniana

    Caucasian fir. A slow-growing tree with a spreading habit. Excellent winter colour. Height 10m. Spread 1.4m. Evergreen. Hardy. Planting instructions Water thoroughly before planting.

  • Acacia dealbata

    Silver wattle. Mimosa. An open evergreen tree with fern-like, glaucous to silvery hairy leaves. Long racemes of round, fragrant yellow flowerheads. Height 15-30m. Spread 6-9m. Flowers from November to April. Evergreen. Protect from frost. Sheltered Site.

  • Acer campestre

    Field maple. A British native. medium sized tree with green leaves that turns yellow in autumn. Height 15m. Spread 8m. Deciduous.

  • Acer griseum

    Snake Bark or paper-bark maple. A spreading tree with peeling, orange-brown bark. The green leaves turn orange to red in autumn with yellow pendent flowers. Height 10m. Spread 10m. Deciduous.

  • Acer palmatum Atropurpureum

    Japanese maple. A small tree with deeply lobed red-purple leaves turning bright red in autumn. Max Height 10m. Max Spread 10m. Partial Shade. Hardy. Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Acer palmatum Bloodgood

    Japanese maple. A tree with deeply cut dark red-purple leaves, turning bright red in Autumn. Deciduous. The darkest of all the Japanese Maples.

  • Acer palmatum Dissectum

    A small mound forming acer with finely cut deeply divided leaves of brilliant green. A great specimen near water. Sheltered lightly shaded site with well drained lightly acidic soil.

  • Acer palmatum Dissectum 1/2 Std

    A small mound forming acer with finely cut deeply divided leaves of brilliant green. A great specimen near water. Sheltered lightly shaded site with well drained lightly acidic soil.

  • Acer palmatum Dissectum Rosso

    Japanese maple. A small tree with deeply lobed purple-red leaves turning bright red in autumn. Spread 1m. Deciduous. Hardy. Sheltered lightly shaded site. Mound forming.

  • Acer palmatum Fireglow

    Japanese maple. A tree with deeply cut intense purple red that retains the depth of colour in hot summer conditions. Upright habit. Scarlet and crimson autumn shades.

  • Acer palmatum Inaba Shidare

    A small but vigorous deciduous shrub with arching branches. Leaves deep purple, deeply divided into incised lobes, and becoming crimson in autumn. Flowers purple.

  • Acer palmatum Skeeters Broom

    'Skeeter's Broom' is a compact, upright, multi-stemmed, deciduous tree or shrub with deeply divided, palmately lobed foliage that is red in spring and red-maroon in summer and ruby red in autumn.

  • Acer palmatum Std

    Japanese maple. A small rounded tree with bright green deeply lobed leaves. Height 5m. Spread 2m. Deciduous. Hardy. Sheltered Site. Wonderful autumn colour, reds and fiery orange. Ideal specimen tree for the small garden. Enrich the soil with peat.

  • Acer platanoides Crimson King

    Norway maple. A vigorous spreading tree with dark purple-red leaves turning red in autumn. Bears small yellow red tinged flowers. Height 25m. Spread 15m. Stunning foliage colour if the space is available.

  • Acer platanoides Drummondii

    Norway maple. An attractive tree, leaves green with a white margin. Height 12m. Spread 10m. Deciduous. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Acer platanoides Globosum

    A striking small tree with short branches, forming a dense mop-head shape with dark green leaves turning clear yellow in Autumn. Bears small yellow flowers. Height 15m. Spread 10m. Deciduous.

  • Acer platanoides Princeton Gold

    Fast growing, round headed, deciduous tree with large, lobed leaves which simply glow golden-yellow when they open in spring. These change to bright golden-green in summer then take on orange hues in autumn. Excellent for injecting colour to the garden. Hardy and does not scorch in the sun. Good tree for screening.

  • Acer rubrum October Glory

    Red maple. An upright large tree with glossy dark green leaves turning red in autumn. In spring the bare branches have small red flowers. Height 20m. Spread 10m. Deciduous. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Acer saccharinum

    Silver maple. A spreading tree often with pendent branches, leaves dark green, silvery beneath, turning yellow to orange in autumn. Height 25m. Spread 15m. Deciduous. Hardy.

  • Aesculus x carnea

    Pink Horse Chestnut. A deciduous tree with dark-green leaves. Bears attractive rose pink flowers, with yellow centres. Height 20m. Spread 15m. Flower colour Red. Flowers from June to August. Fruits from July to September. Deciduous. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser. Harmful if eaten.

  • Albizia Evey's Pride

    Unusual, tropical looking tree with fine feathery foliage which is bright green in spring and summer and turns shades of purple in the autumn. Stunning large, fluffy pink flowers are produced from July to September.

  • Amelanchier alnifolia Obelisk

    Small spring flowering tree with mid-green leaves. Racemes of white flowers followed by purple-black fruit. Height 3m. Spread1m. Flowers from April to May. Fruits from June to August. Deciduous. Really pretty in early spring and lovely autumn colour. Smaller neat upright habit.

  • Amelanchier canadensis Lamarckii

    Small spring flowering tree with mid-green leaves. Racemes of white flowers followed by purple-black fruit. Height 7m. Spread 4m. Flowers from April to May. Fruits from June to August. Deciduous. Really pretty in early spring and lovely autumn colour.

  • Arbutus unedo

    Strawberry Tree. A shrubby evergreen tree with interesting red shedding bark. Small white pink tinged flowers with red strawberry like fruits in autumn. Height 8m. Spread 8m. Flowers from August to September. Evergreen. Hardy. Sheltered Site.

  • Betula alba Magical Globe

    New small rough birch; very compact, globular crown. This plant grows to about 1,5 m. The flower colour is green. This plant is completely hardy. The flowering period is April - May.

  • Betula alba Royal Frost

    Bronzed burgundy leaves and a stark white, papery bark. Small, green flowers in early spring followed by cone-like fruits. Great autumn colour purple leaves going to orange and yellow.

  • Betula alba Spider Alley

    An elegant birch tree with twisted branches and a symmetrical narrow head. The peeling bark is predominantly silver but it has patches of pink and brown on the younger wood. As this tree gets older it will become totally white.

  • Betula albosinensis Fascination

    Open crown, shiny, burnished copper coloured peeling bark in different shades of rose, pink and purple. The leaves are oval to lance-shaped and pale green. Height 18m. Spread 10m. Deciduous. Hardy. Planting instructions Water thoroughly before planting.

  • Betula nigra Summer Cascade

    Weeping River Birch. Dome shaped tree with shaggy, red-brown bark when young. Diamond-shaped, glossy, green leaves turning yellow in autumn. Yellow-brown catkins in spring. Height 3m. Spread 3m. Deciduous. A great small garden tree.

  • Betula pendula Fastigiata

    Silver Birch. Narrow tree with upright branches and peeling white bark. Dark green leaves turn yellow in autumn. Yellow-brown catkins in spring. Height 20m. Spread 6m. Deciduous. Hardy. Planting instructions Water thoroughly before planting.

  • Betula utilis Grayswood Ghost

    White-barked birches. As the bark ages, it peels off, revealing new white bark underneath. Yellow-brown catkins appear in spring, and the glossy green foliage turns golden yellow in autumn. A lovely low-maintenance tree with year-round appeal. Height 15m. Spread 9m. Deciduous.

  • Betula utilis Jacquemontii

    Himalayan Birch. Conical tree with peeling. white bark. Dark green leaves turn yellow in autumn. Yellow-brown catkins in spring. Height 8m. Spread 5m. Deciduous. Hardy.

  • Betula utilis Jacquemontii Multi Stem

    Himalayan Birch. Conical tree with peeling. white bark. Dark green leaves turn yellow in autumn. Yellow-brown catkins in spring. Height 18m. Spread 10m. Deciduous. Hardy. Planting instructions Water thoroughly after planting.

  • Betula verrucosa Alba

    European white birch is a softly pyramidal tree when young, becoming more rounded at maturity with graceful arching branches. This high-altitude native of northern Europe and Asia features beautiful white, exfoliating bark and deeply-cut, lacy leaves. Small greenish catkins appear in the spring and are quite eye-catching. Tolerant of both wet and dry soils in full sun.

  • Betula verrucosa Alba Multi Stem

    European white birch is a softly pyramidal tree when young, becoming more rounded at maturity with graceful arching branches. This high-altitude native of northern Europe and Asia features beautiful white, exfoliating bark and deeply-cut, lacy leaves. Small greenish catkins appear in the spring and are quite eye-catching. Tolerant of both wet and dry soils in full sun.

  • Betula Youngii

    Young's Weeping Birch. Dome-shaped tree with pendulous branches and peeling white bark. Dark green leaves turn yellow in autumn. Yellow-brown catkins in spring. Height 4m. Spread 4m. Deciduous.

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