Deliveries of 'Large Trees'
Please note: The cost for deliveries of trees exceeding 2m in height will be by 'special arrangement only', due to the restrictions applied by the courier network. Please feel free to call us to discuss your requirements. We will be happy to 'quote' and propose the most efficient means of delivering your order. Any delivery charges already quoted against 'large trees' on our website are for guidance only and are dependent on the specific height of individual specimens.
We will endeavour to fulfill all orders placed, however we reserve the right to withdraw any item from 'offer of sale', or cancel any order placed due to stock availability.
Here's some helpfull tips when planting your Trees: Soak the roots before planting : Avoid planting if there's a frost : Place your tree in a sunny/sheltered position. Help the roots to stimulate and establish more quickly by mixing in some Rootmaster.
Soil improver: organic soil improvers like Rootmaster open up the soils structure, breaking up heavy clay and helping free-draining soils hold on to moisture.
Korean fir. A small slow growing tree with shiny dark green leaves, silver beneath. Cones cylindrical. violet-blue. .A tree with soft shiny dark green leaves with whitish green underneath. Cones cylindrical. green ripening to brown. Height 10m. Spread 6m. Evergreen. Hardy
A small tree with green leaves that twist outwards and upwards to reveal the silver underneath. A very fast-growing tree with soft shiny dark green leaves with whitish green underneath. Cones cylindrical. green ripening to brown. Height 1.6m. Spread 1.2m. Evergreen. Foliage colour Green. Silver. Hardy. Planting instructions Water thoroughly before planting.
Nordman Fir. The best quality Christmas tree which is the least likely to drop needles. The needles are short, green on top and white below. The shape of the tree is neat and conical.
Caucasian fir. A slow-growing tree with a spreading habit. Excellent winter colour. Height 10m. Spread 1.4m. Evergreen. Foliage colour Yellow. White. Hardy. Planting instructions Water thoroughly before planting.
Japanese maple. A tree with deeply cut dark red-purple leaves, turning bright red in Autumn. Deciduous. The darkest of all the Japanese Maples.
Field maple. A British native medium sized tree with green leaves that turn yellow in Autumn. Height 15m. Spread 8m. Deciduous.
Field maple. A British native. medium sized tree with green leaves that turns yellow in autumn. Height 15m. Spread 8m. Deciduous.
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.
A tree or large shrub with arching branches and attractive green and white-streaked bark. The mid-green leaves turn orange and yellow in Autumn with pink and red fruits. Bears pendent racemes of pale yellow flowers.
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.
Japanese maple. A small tree with deeply lobed purple-red leaves turning bright red in autumn. Height 1m. Spread 1m. Deciduous. Foliage colour Purple. Red. Hardy. Sheltered lightly shaded site. Mound forming.
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.
Crimson King is a vigorous medium-sized deciduous tree. Leaves large, 5-lobed, deep purplish-crimson all Summer. Flowers reddish-orange, in clusters on leafless branches
Norway maple. An attractive tree. leaves green with a white margin. Deciduous. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.
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 into the garden. Hardy and does not scorch in the sun. Good tree for screening.
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.
Sycamore. Yellow-green pendent flowers followed by red winged fruit. Height 30m. Spread 25m. Flower colour Yellow. Green. Fruit colour Red. Deciduous. Foliage colour Green. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.
The leaves are pink turning green speckled with white in Summer. Height 7m. Spread 4m. Deciduous. Foliage colour White. Pink. Green. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.
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. Foliage colour Green. Silver. Hardy.
Horse Chestnut. A deciduous tree with mid-green leaves. Bears white flowers with yellow marks followed by spinney horse chestnut fruit. Height 25m. Spread 20m.. Flowers from May to June. Fruit colour Brown. Fruits from July to September.
Glorious bronze purple, finely cut foliage with feathery purple and cream blooms. Can be grown as a free standing specimen or trained against a sheltered, sunny wall. A handsome tree, hardy to -5
Italian Alder. A conical tree with glossy dark green leaves. Pendent yellow-brown male catkins open before the leaves.
Shadbush. Upright-stemmed shrub with mid-green leaves. Racemes of white flowers followed by purple-black fruit. Height 3m. Spread 3m. Flowers from April to May. Fruit colour Black/Purple. Fruits from June to August. Deciduous.
Shadbush. Upright-stemmed shrub with mid-green leaves. Racemes of white flowers followed by purple-black fruit. Height 3m. Spread 3m. Flowers from April to May. Fruit colour Black. Purple. Fruits from June to August. Deciduous.
Cooking Apple. Heavy crops of extra large juicy green apples with good flavour. Mid season pollinating triploid. Pick mid October and store up until March.
Eating Apple. An early variety, firm flesh, keeps well, good disease resistance, good for a small garden. Great in the North. Reddish apples ready in August. Mid season pollinating.
Cooking Apple. Large apple, green and red striped. Good in the North. Not as vigorous as Bramley. Excellent for juicing. Mid-late season flowering. Partially self-fertile. Pollination Group C
Eating Apple. A mid-season dessert apple with a very juicy refreshing flavour. Great in the North. Heavy cropping. medium sized. yellow-orange fruit Mid season flowering. Partially self fertile, Pollination Group B
Dessert Apple. An early variety good for northern gardens. Bright red apple. Juicy and refreshing. Mid season flowering. Pollination Group B.
Eating apple with a refreshing crisp flavour. Good crops of medium sized red fruits. Use October to February.
Eating Apple. A great russet with rough skin. crisp flesh. upright growth and lots of quite small fruit. Mid to early season pollinating. frost tolerant blossom. super flavour.
Shiny red skin and crisp sweet flesh. The sunnier the position the redder the fruit. Heavy cropping. Late pollinating. Pick fruit in October and use by January.