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.

  • Cedrus atlantica Glauca Pendula

    Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar. Spectacular bright silver-blue tree with sharply pointed needle-like leaves. Cones barrel-shaped green at first becoming brown. Ultimately a large tree. Height 6m. Spread 5m. Evergreen. Hardy. Completely lax habit. Stunning near water.

  • Cedrus atlantica Glauca Pendula 1/4 Std

    Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar. Spectacular bright silver-blue tree with sharply pointed needle-like leaves. Cones barrel-shaped green at first becoming brown. Evergreen. Hardy. Completely lax habit. Stunning near water.

  • Cedrus deodara

    Deodara Cedar. Beautiful large conical tree with spreading branches. pendant at the tips. Glaucous green needle-like leaves and barrel-shaped cones. green at first ripening brown. Height 30m. Spread 10m. Evergreen.

  • Cedrus deodara

    Blue Atlas Cedar. Spectacular bright silver-blue tree with sharply pointed needle-like leaves. Cones barrel-shaped green at first becoming brown. Ultimately a large tree. Height 30m. Spread 10m. Evergreen. Foliage colour Blue. Hardy.

  • Cedrus deodara Feelin Blue

    A new hybrid blue coloured weeping cedar. A statuesque shapely tree that forms the principle piece in any garden. Eventual height 30m spread 15m.

  • Cedrus deodara Golden Horizon

    Deodar Cedar. Beautiful large tree with spreading branches. pendant at the tips. Golden yellow needle-like leaves and barrel-shaped cones. green at first ripening brown. Height 15-25m. Spread 10m. Evergreen.

  • Cedrus deodara Pendula

    Blue Atlas Cedar. Spectacular bright silver-blue tree with sharply pointed needle-like leaves. Cones barrel-shaped green at first becoming brown. Ultimately a large tree. Height 30m. Spread 10m. Evergreen. Foliage colour Blue. Hardy.

  • Cedrus libani

    Cedar of Lebanon. An elegant tree with wide-spreading branches, conical when young, flat-topped when old. Sharply pointed grey-green leaves. Barrel-shaped green-brown cones. Height 40m. Spread 10m. Evergreen.

  • Cedrus Libanii

    Cedar of Lebanon. An elegant tree with wide-spreading branches. conical when young. flat-topped when old. Sharply pointed grey-green leaves. Barrel-shaped green-brown cones. Height 40m. Spread 10m. Evergreen.

  • Cercidiphyllum japonicum

    Katsura Tree. A deciduous tree with rounded, heart-shaped, green leaves, tinted bronze. when young. Grown for its brilliant autumn colours of yellow, orange and red. Height 10m. Spread 5m. Deciduous. Hardy. Sheltered Site.

  • Cercis canadensis Cascading Hearts

    The long hanging branches of the very cool weeper are covered with dense small, neat, heart-shaped leaves. In spring, lots of pink flowers.

  • Cercis canadensis Merlot

    Slow growing, sturdy branched deciduous tree to about 10 to 12 feet. Hardy to about -10 degrees F. Full sun or partial shade. Bright yellow leaves. White flowers are borne before the leaves appear. Deciduous. Hardy. Sheltered Site.

  • Cercis canadensis Texas White

    Texas Redbuds are noted for their glossy, nearly wet looking leaves which are frequently ruffled at the edges. Grows small and shrubby, with large pure white flowers appearing on bare stems just before the leaves emerge.

  • Cercis chinensis Shirobana

    Stems covered in white flowers in April, followed by attractive heart shaped leaves. Cercis chinensis 'Alba' ('Shirobana') is a hard-to-find Chinese Redbud. Height 10 Feet. Spread 6 Feet.

  • Cercis siliquastrum

    Judas Tree. A spreading tree with beautiful, heart-shaped, blue-green leaves, bronze when young, turning yellow in autumn. Magenta to pink flowers cover the branches before the leaves appear. Height 5m. Spread 3m. Deciduous.

  • Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Columanaris

    Lawson Cypress. A narrow pillar with ascending branches of bluish grey leaves. One of the best narrow conifers for the small garden. Height 10m. Spread 1m. Evergreen. Hardy.

  • Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Ellwoodii

    Lawson Cypress. A neat compact slow-growing bush with feathery sprays of blue-grey leaves, densely arranged. Height in ten years 1.5m. Evergreen. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Lane

    Lawson Cypress. A broadly pyramidal shaped form with bright golden yellow foliage. Needs space to grow well. Height 2.5m. Spread 1.2m. Evergreen. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Stardust

    Lawson Cypress. A slow-growing conical tree with fern-like yellow foliage suffused bronze at the tips. Height 6-15m. Spread 2-3m. Evergreen. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Chamaecyparis obtusa Nana Glauca

    Hinoki Cypress. An dwarf conifer, slowly making a neat, flat-topped bush of minute, dark green, fan-shaped sprays, arranged in horizontal tiers. Height 60-90cm. Spread 60cm. Evergreen. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Chamaecyparis obtusa Nana Gracilis

    Hinoki Cypress. A slow-growing tree making an irregular globe-shaped bush, eventually becoming more pyramidal with twisted sprays of rich, dark green foliage. Height 60-90cm. Spread 60cm. Evergreen. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Chamaecyparis obtusa Nana Gracilis Cloud

    Hinoki Cypress. An dwarf conifer, slowly making a neat, flat-topped bush of minute, dark green, fan-shaped sprays, arranged in horizontal tiers. Height 60-90cm. Spread 60cm. Evergreen. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Cherry Bush Morello

    A popular cooking cherry producing dark purple. large glossy cherries that are too tart to eat raw. Large crops of fruit are ready in August. Compact spreading habit. SELF FERTILE

  • Cherry Fan Trained Morello

    A popular cooking cherry producing dark purple. large glossy cherries that are to tart to eat raw. Large crops of fruit are ready in August. Compact spreading habit. SELF FERTILE

  • Cherry Fan Trained Stella

    Cherry. A SELF FERTILE sweet cherry ready in late July producing large dark red fruits. Resistant to bacterial canker. Flavour is good and the flesh is juicy. Good pollinator for other cherries.

  • Cherry Half Standard Cherokee

    Cherry. A high quality dessert cherry with large dark red fruits of excellent flavour in late July. Heavier yielding than Stella. The fruits are much less prone to splitting than most varieties. SELF FERTILE.

  • Cherry Half Standard Stella

    Cherry. A self-fertile sweet cherry ready in late July producing large dark red fruits. Resistant to bacterial canker. Flavour is good and the flesh is juicy.

  • Clerodendrum trichotomum Purple Blaze

    Glory Flower. A deciduous upright small tree with dark green leaves. bronze when young. Clusters of very fragrant white flowers with green sepals. followed by bright blue berries. Height 5-6m. Spread 5-6m. Flowers from August to October. Fruits from September Deciduous.

  • Cornus controversa Variegata

    Wedding Cake Tree. A tree or multi-stemmed shrub with, spreading, tiered branches. Dark green, variegated glossy leaves. Small white flowers are followed by blue-black berries. Height 8m. Spread 8m.

  • Cornus florida

    Flowering Dogwood. A conical tree or multi-stemmed shrub with slightly twisted mid-green leaves. which turn red and purple in autumn. Small green flowers are surrounded by white to pink bracts. Height 6m. Spread 8m. Flowers from April to May.

  • Cornus florida Alba

    Flowering Dogwood. A conical tree or multi-stemmed shrub with slightly twisted mid-green leaves, which turn red and purple in autumn. Small green flowers are surrounded by white to pink bracts. Height 6m. Spread 8m. Flowers from April to May.

  • Cornus florida Clear Moon

    The foliage, yellow to light green in summer changing to orange-red in autumn. It produces white berries in spring.

  • Corylus colurna

    Turkish Hazel. A conical tree with oval dark green leaves, turning yellow in autumn. Bears yellow catkins late winter. Produces edible hazelnuts in deeply fringed husks in autumn. Height 10m. Spread 7m. Deciduous. Wonderful upright shape and great bark.

  • Cotoneaster cornubia

    A vigorous semi-evergreen tree with arching branches and glossy, dark green leaves. Large bunches of white flowers are followed by really large round, bright red or orange-red fruit. Height 6m. Spread 4m. Flowers from May to July. Fruits from August good in sun or shade. Fibrous rooted.

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