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.

  • 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 into the garden. Hardy and does not scorch in the sun. Good tree for screening.

  • 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 platanoides Royal Red

    Norway maple. A vigorous spreading tree with rich purple leaves all summer turning bright red in autumn. Bears small yellow flowers then red keys.. Height 7.5m. Spread 3m. Deciduous.

  • Acer pseudoplatanus Simon Louis Freres

    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.

  • 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 hippocastanum

    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.

  • 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.

  • Alnus cordata

    Italian Alder. A conical tree with glossy dark green leaves. Pendent yellow-brown male catkins open before the leaves.

  • 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.

  • Amelanchier lamarckii

    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.

  • Apple Bush Bramley Seedling

    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.

  • Apple Bush Discovery

    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.

  • Apple Bush Howgate Wonder

    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

  • Apple Bush James Grieve

    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

  • Apple Bush Katy

    Dessert Apple. An early variety good for northern gardens. Bright red apple. Juicy and refreshing. Mid season flowering. Pollination Group B.

  • Apple Fan Trained Braeburn

    Eating apple with a refreshing crisp flavour. Good crops of medium sized red fruits. Use October to February.

  • Apple Fan Trained Egremont Russet

    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.

  • Apple Fan Trained Gala Queen

    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.

  • Apple Fan Trained Galaxy

    Crisp red eating apple. White firm flesh. mid season pollinating.

  • Apple Fan Trained George Cave

    Dessert apple. Early variety. Soft and juicy flesh. Pick as soon as ripe. Early flowering season. Pollination Group A (OUT OF STOCK)

  • Apple Half Standard 'Coxs Orange Pippin''

    A late eating apple that produces juicy crisp superb flavoured fruit. Produces medium sized fruit in October with orange red skin. A real family favourite.

  • Apple Half Standard 'Gala Queen'

    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.

  • Apple Half Standard Braeburn

    Dessert Apple. Sharp, sweet, crisp and juicy. Stores well. Prefers warm sheltered site. Partially self-fertile. Pollinator group C. mid- late season flowering.

  • Apple Half Standard Bramleys Seedling

    Cooking Apple. Heavy crops of extra large. juicy. green apples with good flavour. Vigorous tree for small garden. Mid season - pollinating Group B triploid. x2 other pollinators required.

  • Apple Half Standard Discovery

    Dessert Apple. Early variety. Firm flesh, keeps well. good disease resistance. Good for a small garden. Great in the North. Mid season flowering, Pollination Group B.

  • Apple Half Standard Howgate Wonder

    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

  • Apple Half Standard James Grieve

    Eating Apple. A mid-season dessert apple with a very juicy refreshing flavour. Great in the North. Heavy cropping. medium sized. yellow-orange fruit ready in early September. Mid season pollinating.

  • Apple Half Standard Katy

    Eating Apple. An early variety good for northern gardens. Bright red apples . heavy crops. juicy fruit.

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