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.

We can deliver trees within a 35 mile radius of the nursery.

  • Chamaecyparis obtusa £26,400

    False Cypress. Evergreen conifer with dense foliage, scale-like emerald green leaves and fibrous brown bark. Slow growth. Prune either in June or in September/October, avoid pruning in the hottest months, use only well sharpened hedge clippers. Grows well in any type of soil, provided it is well-drained. Likes windy, cool places in summer, preferably in semi-shade. Use slow release fertilisers. Provide one treatment against fungal diseases in autumn as well as one in spring. One treatment with white oil is advised in winter.

  • Ilex crenata £1,716

    Japanese Holly. Fast growing plant with smooth, green-grey coloured trunk and glossy, dark green leaves. The new sprouts, light green almost golden yellow in March/April, turn intense dark green in May/June. Blooms in June with little white flowers in clusters. Prune from June and after the new vegetation has reached 15-20cm. Prevent excess apical dominance by pruning the apical shoots more frequently as well as the most vigorous ones, in order to preserve the lower or weaker branches. Grows well in neutral or slightly acid pH soils, as long as well-drained. Water regularly using non calcareous water. If grown in a container provide some protection from cold winter wind. Use a slow release fertiliser from March until September. Preventive disinfections with an acaricide from April until September are advised as well as a white oil treatment in winter.

  • Pinus pentaphylla £20,592

    Japanese White Pine. Very slow growth, green-blue needles, rough, platy, grey bark. Produces new spring shoots called "candles" in March/April and replaces the old needles in October. Pinch off the candles in April (or before they open into needles) to an even length of about 0.5 to 1cm. In October prune back late shoots which might appear. In October/November it is advised to remove the old yellow needles by hand. Loves well-ventilated places in full sun, both in Mediterranean and mountain areas. Well-drained, neutral pH soil, water stagnation must be avoided, water only when the soil is completely dry. Treat once with a slow release fertiliser in spring. Provide a preventive anti-fungal treatment in winter as well ass a mineral oil insecticide treatment.

  • Podocarpus macrophyllus £6,600

    Buddhist Pine. Big-sized evergreen with slim, light green leaves; at summer and can bear greenish-blue and red berries hanging in pairs. Mighty dark brown trunk. Prune from summer until October using sharpened hedge clippers. Can be grown in mild climate areas, where temperatures never drop below -15°C. Suitable for any soil type, as long as well-drained. Fertilise moderately with slow release fertilisers. Two preventive insecticide treatments with white oil are recommended in winter as well as two large spectrum insecticide treatments in summer.

  • Taxus cuspidata Nana £3,564

    Japanese Yew. Very slow growth, small, dark green leaves and smooth, reddish-brown trunk. Light green buds turning dark green by maturing. Replaces old vegetation in May/June. Cut off the new vegetation (only once matured) using sharpened clippers either before summer or in September/October. Avoid pruning during the hottest months. Loves cool, ventilated places, preferably in partial shade with well-drained neutral pH soil. Water only when the soil surface is completely dry (intolerant of water stagnation). Use a slow-release fertiliser in spring. A preventive anti-fungal treatment followed by a mineral oil insecticide treatment is advised in winter, as well as an acaricide treatment in summer.

  • Taxus cuspidata £6,336

    Japanese Yew. Very slow growth, small, dark green leaves and smooth, reddish-brown trunk. Light green buds turning dark green by maturing. Replaces old vegetation in May/June. Cut off the new vegetation (only once matured) using sharpened clippers either before summer or in September/October. Avoid pruning during the hottest months. Loves cool, ventilated places, preferably in partial shade with well-drained neutral pH soil. Water only when the soil surface is completely dry (intolerant of water stagnation). Use a slow-release fertiliser in spring. A preventive anti-fungal treatment followed by a mineral oil insecticide treatment is advised in winter, as well as an acaricide treatment in summer.

  • Taxus cuspidata £7,062

    Japanese Yew. Very slow growth, small, dark green leaves and smooth, reddish-brown trunk. Light green buds turning dark green by maturing. Replaces old vegetation in May/June. Cut off the new vegetation (only once matured) using sharpened clippers either before summer or in September/October. Avoid pruning during the hottest months. Loves cool, ventilated places, preferably in partial shade with well-drained neutral pH soil. Water only when the soil surface is completely dry (intolerant of water stagnation). Use a slow-release fertiliser in spring. A preventive anti-fungal treatment followed by a mineral oil insecticide treatment is advised in winter, as well as an acaricide treatment in summer.

  • Taxus cuspidata £9,900

    Japanese Yew. Very slow growth, small, dark green leaves and smooth, reddish-brown trunk. Light green buds turning dark green by maturing. Replaces old vegetation in May/June. Cut off the new vegetation (only once matured) using sharpened clippers either before summer or in September/October. Avoid pruning during the hottest months. Loves cool, ventilated places, preferably in partial shade with well-drained neutral pH soil. Water only when the soil surface is completely dry (intolerant of water stagnation). Use a slow-release fertiliser in spring. A preventive anti-fungal treatment followed by a mineral oil insecticide treatment is advised in winter, as well as an acaricide treatment in summer.

  • Abies concolor

    White fir. An evergreen conifer with bluish-green soft leaves that point upwards. Cones are mid green ripening to brown. Height 25m. Spread 5m. Evergreen. Hardy. Planting instructions Plant in hole large enough to avoid disturbing root ball.

  • Abies concolor Archers Dwarf

    Dwarf evergreen conifer of regular, conical habit adorned with slightly ascending branches clothed in soft, silvery-blue, slightly incurved needles.

  • Abies concolor Wintergold

    Seasonally variable dwarf selection of White fir. In early spring, new growth pushes bright chartreuse-green which contrasts wildly with the previous seasons butter-yellow needles. Later the new growth matures to dark green, then finally changes back to all butter-yellow with the onset of colder weather in the fall. The needles are of species-typical size, long and lance-shaped. Branching is horizontal in nature.

  • Abies fraseri

    Medium sized tree with slender, conical crown. Leaves short, 1-2cm long, crowded on the upper side of the twigs. Dark shining leaves with 3-5cm cones that are purple when young. A good bushy non drop Christmas tree.

  • Abies grandis

    Giant fir. Grand fir. A very fast-growing tree with soft. shiny, dark green leaves whitish on the reverse. Cones long green, ripening to brown. A very fast-growing tree with soft, shiny, dark green leaves, with whitish green underneath. Cones cylindrical, green ripening to brown. Height 25-60m. Spread 5-8m. Evergreen. Hardy. Lemon scented needles.

  • Abies koreana

    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.

  • 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.

  • Abies pinsapo Glauca

    Large but slow-growing conifer with rigid shoots covered in striking powder-blue needles. Purple cones in autumn make an attractive contrast to the blue foliage. A good specimen tree with year-round interest. Mature height and spread in 20-50 years, 12m x 6m (39ft x 20ft).

  • 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 turn yellow in Autumn. Height 15m. Spread 8m. Deciduous.

  • Acer campestre

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

  • Acer drumondii

    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 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 negundo

    Box elder. A medium sized tree or bush if clipped. leaves green margined white. Height 5m. Spread 3m. Deciduous. If clipped annually this tree can be kept as a large shrub with stunning foliage.

  • 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

    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

  • 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. Deciduous. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • 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.

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