• Pseudoacacia Robinia Frizia

    Lime green leaves make this a really stunning specimen: A medium-sized tree with light, almost fluorescent leaves. In spring the leaves start golden-yellow, turn green-yellow as the summer progresses, and finally orange-yellow in autumn. Cascades of small scented white flowers cover the tree in the summer, followed by dark seed pods.

  • Pyrus Chanticleer

    Pear. A narrowly conical tree with glossy. dark green leaves turning red in late autumn. Clusters of white flowers in spring followed by brown fruit. Height 15m. Spread 6m. Flowers from March to April. Fruit colour Brown. Fruits from May Deciduous

  • Pyrus salicifolia Pendular

    A weeping tree with narrow grey-felted leaves. Clusters of creamy white flowers in spring followed by green fruit. Height 5m. Spread 4m. Flower colour White. Flowers from March to April. Fruit colour Green. Fruits from May Deciduous.

  • Pyrus Silver Sail

    Ornamental Pear. A specimen tree suitable for small gardens. Dark green leaves like boat sails, large white flowers in late March/April. Small brown ornamental fruits, late autumn. Copes well in poor soils. Height 5m.

  • Quercus Robur

    Common Oak. A spreading tree with fissured grey-brown bark and dark green leaves. Produces acorns. Height 35m. Spread 25m. Deciduous.

  • Salix torturosa

    Twisted Willow. An upright tree with twisted branches and twisted bright green leaves. Produces yellow-green catkins in spring. Height 5m. Spread 2m. Deciduous. Sun or partial shade.

  • Salix torturosa Aureum

    Twisted Willow. An upright tree with twisted branches and twisted bright yellow leaves. Produces yellow-green catkins in spring. Height 5m. Spread 2m.. Deciduous. Sun or partial shade.

  • Salix vitelina Pendular

    Golden Weeping Willow. A spreading tree with orange-scarlet branches in winter. Produces yellow or yellow-green catkins in spring. with the leaves. Height 25m. Spread 10m. Flowers from March to May. Deciduous.

  • Sorbus aria Aurea

    A great tree for windy areas with soft silvery leaves tinted yellow green and white-hairy beneath. Clusters of white flowers in late spring are followed by dark red berries. Height 10-25m. Spread 10m.

  • Sorbus aria Gigantea

    Dense, broad, pyramidal to oval crown and grows to a height of 8 - 12 m. Larger leaves17 to 25 cm in length. White flowers in late spring followed by orange-yellow fruits approx. 1.5 cm in size.

  • Sorbus aria Lutescens

    Whitebeam. An upright tree with silvery grey leaves. later grey-green. Clusters of white flowers in late spring are followed by dark red berries. Height 10m. Spread 8m. Flowers from April to May. Fruits from June. Splendid foliage contrast.

  • Sorbus aria Majestica

    Whitebeam. An upright tree with large glossy. dark green leaves. white-hairy beneath. Clusters of white flowers in late spring are followed by dark red berries. Height 10-25m. Spread 10m. Flowers from April to May. Fruits from June Deciduous.

  • Sorbus aucuparia

    Mountain Ash. Rowan. A rounded tree with greyish downy winter buds that open to dark green leaves. turning red or yellow in autumn. Clusters of white flowers in late spring are followed by orange-red berries. Height 10m. Spread 5m.

  • Sorbus aucuparia Apricot Queen

    Mountain Ash. Rowan. A rounded tree with greyish downy winter buds that open to dark green leaves. turning red or yellow in autumn. Clusters of white flowers in late spring are followed by apricot yellow berries in large bunches. Height 7m. Spread 4m. A small variety.

  • Sorbus aucuparia Aspleniifolia

    Mountain Ash. Rowan. A rounded tree with greyish downy winter buds that open to dark green leaves. deeply cut leaflets give a fern like effect. Clusters of white flowers in late spring are followed by orange-red berries. Height 15m. Spread 7m.

  • Sorbus aucuparia Cardinal Royal

    Mountain Ash. Rowan. A rounded tree with greyish downy winter buds that open to dark green leaves. turning red or yellow in autumn. Clusters of white flowers in late spring are followed by red berries in large bunches. Height 7m. Spread 4m. A small variety.

  • Sorbus aucuparia Cashmiriana

    A small spreading tree with divided dark green leaves of 17-19 serrated leaflets. Clusters of white or pink flowers in late spring are followed by white. large berries. Height 8m. Spread 7m. The fruits persist after leaf fall like white marbles in bunches.

  • Sorbus aucuparia Eastern Promise

    A broadly conical tree with divided dark green leaves. turning bright red in autumn. Clusters of white flowers in late spring are followed by orange-red to red berries. Height 10m. Spread 7m. Flower colour White. Flowers from April to May. Fruit colour White. Fruits from June Deciduous.

  • Sorbus aucuparia Embley

    A broadly conical tree with divided dark green leaves. turning bright red in autumn. Clusters of white flowers in late spring are followed by orange-red to red berries. Height 10m. Spread 7m. Flower colour White. Flowers from April to May. Fruit colour White. Fruits from June Deciduous.

  • Sorbus aucuparia Golden Wonder

    Mountain Ash. Rowan. A small tree with greyish downy winter buds that open to blue- green leaves. turning red or yellow in autumn. Clusters of white flowers in late spring are followed by golden yellow berries in large bunches. Height 8m. Spread 5m.

  • Sorbus aucuparia Hupehensis

    A narrow small tree with divided blue-green leaves. turning a glorious red in autumn. Clusters of white flowers in late spring are followed by white berries that last well into the winter. Height 8m. Spread 6m.

  • Sorbus aucuparia Joseph Rock

    Mountain Ash. Rowan. A small tree with an upright habit. greyish downy winter buds that open to bright- green leaves. turning red or yellow in autumn. Clusters of white flowers in late spring are followed by golden yellow turning orange berries in large bunches. Height 8m. Spread 5m.

  • Sorbus aucuparia November Pink

    Mountain Ash. Rowan. A rounded tree with greyish downy winter buds that open to dark green leaves. turning red or yellow in autumn. Clusters of white flowers in late spring are followed by pink berries that remain on the tree after leaf fall in drooping clusters. Height 9m. Spread 5m.

  • Sorbus aucuparia Sheerwater Seedling

    Mountain Ash. Rowan. An upright tree with greyish downy winter buds that open to dark green leaves. turning red or yellow in autumn. Clusters of white flowers in late spring are followed by orange-red berries. Height 15m. Spread 7m.. Flowers from April to May. Fruits from June

  • Sorbus aucuparia Vilmorini

    A beautiful spreading tree or shrub with arching branches of divided. fern-like dark green leaves turning red purple in autumn. Clusters of white flowers in late spring are followed by dark red berries ageing to pink then white. Height 5m. Spread 5m.

  • Sorbus aucuparia White Max

    Mountain Ash. Rowan. A small tree with a conical head of branches . Leaves are fern like with up to 23 sharply toothed leaflets. White spring flowers are followed by pure white fruits 1cm across in drooping clusters. 7m high 5m spread.

  • Tilia cordata

    Small-leaved Lime. A broadly columnar tree with rounded dark green leaves. blue-green beneath. Produces clusters of pale yellow flowers in mid-summer. Height 25m. Spread 15m

  • Tilia platyphyllos

    Large-leaved Lime. A broadly columnar tree with dark green leaves. paler beneath. Pendent clusters of pale yellow flowers in mid-summer. Height 30m. Spread 20m. Flowers from July Deciduous.

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