• Juglans regia

    Common Walnut. A spreading tree with aromatic glossy dark green leaves, bronze-purple when young and greenish yellow flowers followed by edible nuts contained within a round fruit. Height 30m. Spread 15m. Flowers from May to June. Fruits from August Deciduous.

  • Laburnum vossii Golden Chain

    A spreading tree with dark green leaves and very long racemes of golden yellow flowers from late Spring to early Summer. Height 8m. Spread 8m. A sterile variety so produces no seeds. Trifoliata leaves are silvery green at first, darkening as Summer progresses.

  • Liquidamber styraciflua

    Sweet Gum. A tree with deeply divided glossy leaves turning brilliant orange, red and purple in Autumn. Height 25m. Spread 12m. Deciduous. Hardy.

  • Malus Butterball

    Crab Apple. A small spreading tree with slightly drooping branches. flowers pink in bud opening white. Fruits yellow with an orange flush. A good tree for a small space. 5m High.

  • Malus Floribunda

    a round-headed, small deciduous tree with narrow leaves on arching branches. Flowers white or pale pink, opening from crimson buds. Fruit 1cm, red and yellow

  • Malus Golden Hornet

    Crab Apple. A small rounded tree with bright green leaves. Pretty white flowers open from pink buds in late spring followed by long-lasting golden yellow fruits. Height 6m. Spread 3m. A great tree for small gardens with both flowers and fruit. Sunny position preferred.

  • Malus Gorgeous

    Crab Apple. An upright tree with glossy. dark green leaves. Pretty. pink-flushed white flowers open from red buds in late spring followed by glossy. large bright red fruits. Height 6m. Spread 3m.Flowers from April to May.Fruits from June .

  • Malus John Downie

    Crab Apple. The best fruiting crab apple tree with white flowers opening from pale pink buds in late spring followed by attractive orange and red fruits. Height 8m. Spread 5m.Flowers from May to June. Fruits from July .

  • Malus Lisset

    Crab Apple. A rounded tree with bronze-green leaves. reddish purple when young. Pretty dark purple-pink flowers open from dark red buds in late spring followed by glossy purple-red fruits. Height 6m. Spread 6m. Great foliage colour.

  • Malus Maypole

    Columnar Apple. A columnar apple tree with dark green leaves. Pretty. pink blossom in late spring followed by glossy. red / green fruits. Height 6-8ft. A very neat dwarf tree ideal for restricted spaces.

  • Malus Neville Copeman

    Spreading deciduous tree with purple young foliage, later purple-flushed green, and light purple flowers followed by orange-red fruits 3cm in length.

  • Malus Red Sentinel

    Crab Apple. An upright tree with glossy dark green leaves. Pretty pink-flushed white flowers open from red buds in late spring followed by glossy bright red fruits. Height 7m. Spread 3m.Flowers from April to May.Fruits from June .Masses of brilliant red crab apples in autumn.

  • Malus Royal Beauty

    An elegant. small weeping tree with deep reddish-pink flowers and reddish-bronze leaves. The dark red fruit does not fall and is enjoyed by birds. A hardy tree with excellent disease resistance.

  • Malus Royalty

    An elegant. small weeping tree with deep reddish-pink flowers and reddish-bronze leaves. The dark red fruit does not fall and is enjoyed by birds. A hardy tree with excellent disease resistance

  • Malus Tschonoskii

    Crab Apple. An attractive strong growing tree. up to 12m. erect conical habit. flowers white tinged pink. fruits globosa yellowish green tinged reddish purple. One of the best trees for autumn colour. Leaves have a silvery hue in summer.

  • Malus Wisley

    Crab Apple. Tough small flowering tree prefers a fertile well drained soil in full sun or light shade. Malus will tolerate a cold spot but avoid planting in windy exposed or very dry areas. Prune to shape during the winter months but avoid excessive pruning.

  • Populus Lombardy

    A narrow tree with golden yellow leaves. bronze when young. turning golden yellow in autumn. Catkins in early spring. Height 25m. Spread 10m. Deciduous. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Populus Tremula

    Common Aspen. A spreading tree with dark green. toothed leaves. bronze when young. turning yellow in autumn. Catkins in early spring. Height 20m. Spread 10m. Deciduous. Foliage colour Green. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Prunus Amanogawa

    Flagpole Cherry. A narrow erect tree with yellowish bronze leaves in spring. Pretty semi-double pale pink flowers in early spring. Height 8m. Spread 4m. Great for confined spaces or to create spatial arrangements.

  • Prunus amygdalus

    Almond. A super spring flowering . small tree. Lanceolate leaves with a long point. 2-5cm pink flowers singly or in pairs in March or April. Susceptible to peach leaf curl so spray with dithane 945 when the leaves emerge.

  • Prunus Autumnalis

    Rosebud Cherry. A spreading small tree or bush with bronze young leaves turning yellow in autumn. Pretty semi-double white flowers tinged pink in mild periods between autumn and spring. Red fruits ripening to black. Flowers from September to April.. Fruits from May Deciduous.

  • Prunus Autumnalis Pendula Rubra

    Prunus pendula 'Pendula Rubra' has an elegant weeping form that in March-April is coated in a profusion of carmine pink single flowers that are popular with the bees. A very small garden tree ‘Pendula Rubra’ will grow to just 3 x 3 meters in 20 years and so is well suited to small spaces

  • Prunus Autumnallis Rosea

    Rosebud Cherry. A half standard tree with bronze young leaves turning yellow in autumn. Pretty semi-double pink flowers in mild periods between autumn and spring. Red fruits ripening to black.

  • Prunus Beni-Utica

    Ornamental Cherry with long sweeping ornamental branches with white blossom in spring. Good spring and autumn leaf colour.

  • Prunus dulcis

    Almond. A super spring flowering . small tree. Lanceolate leaves with a long point. 2-5cm pink flowers singly or in pairs in March or April. Susceptible to peach leaf curl so spray with dithane 945 when the leaves emerge.

  • Prunus Fragrant Cloud

    Ornamental Cherry. Strong growing medium sized tree. Large. white. semi-double flowers. Richly scented. Height 10-20m. Broadly columnar. Flowers from March to April. Deciduous.

  • Prunus Kanzan

    Ornamental Cherry. An upright half standard with bronze leaves when young. Pretty. huge. double deep pink flowers from mid to late spring. Flowers from April to May. Deciduous.

  • Prunus Lapins Cherokee

    An exceptional self-fertile, sweet cherry with large dark red or black fruit. White flowers appear in mid-spring, followed by delicious, juicy cherries which are ready for picking in late July. It is a vigorous grower, starting with an upright habit, spreading as it matures. An early and prolific cropper that also makes a good pollinator for other cherries.

  • Prunus Okame

    Ornamental Cherry. A spreading tree with bronze leaves when young. Pretty double yellowish white flowers opening from pink buds in mid-spring. Height 8m. Spread 10m. Flower colour Yellow. White. Flowers from April to May. Deciduous. Foliage colour Green. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Prunus Royal Burgundy

    Ornamental Cherry. An upright half standard with purple leaves Pretty. double deep pink flowers from mid to late spring. Flowers from April to May. Deciduous.

  • Prunus sargentii

    Sargent Cherry. A spreading tree with dark green leaves. red when young. turning orange-red in autumn. Pretty bowl-shaped pink flowers in mid-spring followed by glossy crimson fruit. Height 20m. Spread 15m.

  • Prunus serrula Tibetica

    Snake Bark Cherry. A spreading tree with glossy. peeling copper-brown bark. Pretty bowl-shaped white flowers in late spring followed by red fruit. Height 10m. Spread 10m. Flowers from April to May. Fruit colour Red. Fruits from June Deciduous.

  • Prunus Shidare-zakura

    Cheals Weeping Cherry. A weeping tree with bronze leaves when young. Pretty clusters of fully double bright pink flowers before the leaves from mid to late spring. Height 4m. Spread 3m.

  • Prunus Spring Glow

    A small tree with dark purple-red leaves. Pale pink flowers fading to white in early spring. Height 8m. Spread 5m. A great tree for foliage contrast.

  • Prunus Taihaku

    A half standard with bronze leaves when young. Pretty bowl-shaped. white flowers in mid-spring. Height 8m. Spread 10m.

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