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.

  • Juniperus communis Compressa

    Common Juniper. A small & slow-growing narrow conifer with sharply pointed, green leaves. Suitable for rock gardens. Height 80cm. Spread 45cm. Evergreen. Hardy.

  • Juniperus communis Hibernica

    Irish Juniper. A narrow conifer with sharply pointed, green leaves. Height 3-5m. Spread 30cm. Evergreen. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Juniperus communis Sentinel

    Common Juniper. A extremely narrow upright conifer with dense grey-green foliage. Height 1.5m. Spread 60cm. Evergreen. Hardy.

  • Juniperus scopulorum Blue Arrow

    Juniper. An upright, branching habit, with intense silver-blue foliage. Always attractive even when small. Height 1.5-2.5m. Evergreen. Hardy.

  • Juniperus scopulorum Moonglow

    Narrow, upright-pyramidal selection of Rocky Mountain juniper with exceptionally showy, silvery blue foliage.

  • Juniperus scopulorum Skyrocket

    Juniper. A narrow pencil-shaped conifer with glaucous grey-green leaves. Height 2.4m in 10 years. Spread 50cm. Evergreen. Hardy.

  • Juniperus squamata Blue Carpet

    Juniper. A low spreading conifer, which creates a sheet of bright silver-blue foliage. Height 30cm. Spread 1.5-2m. Evergreen. Hardy.

  • Juniperus virginiana Blue Arrow

    Juniper. Cold hardy alternate to blue Italian cypress. Improved variety produces bright blue foliage on tight, narrow, upright form. Ideal for spatially challenged screening. Excellent in symmetrical pairs or as a single specimen. Evergreen conifer. Full sun. Moderate to slow growth: 12 to 15 feet tall, 2 feet wide.

  • Juniperus virginiana Grey Owl

    Juniper. A low spreading conifer with horizontal silvery blue-grey branches. Height 2m. Spread 3m. Evergreen. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Juniperus x media Pfitzercana Old Gold

    Juniper. Compact semi-prostrate conifer with bright golden yellow foliage, less bright in winter. Height 60-120cm. Spread 1.5m. Evergreen. Hardy.

  • Juniperus x media Pfitzeriana Aurea

    Pfitzeriana Aurea is a medium size evergreen, coniferous shrub that has spreading branches. It foliage is light green, with golden yellow tips.

  • Juniperus x media Pfitzeriana Glauca

    Juniper. A striking, spreading conifer with arching branches of blue-green foliage. Height 90-120cm. Spread 1.6m Hardy.

  • Juniperus x pfitzeriana Gold Kissen

    Juniper. A semi-prostrate conifer with arching branches of bright golden yellow, prickly foliage. Height 60-90cm. Spread 2m. Evergreen. Hardy.

  • Juniperus x pfitzeriana Mint Julep

    Juniper. A striking, spreading conifer with arching branches of mint-green foliage. Height 90-120cm. Spread 1.6m. Evergreen. Hardy.

  • Koelreuteria paniculata

    An elegant small deciduous tree. Leaves pinnate, pinkish in spring, turning yellow in autumn. Small yellow flowers in conspicuous large panicles, followed by ornamental bladdery bronze fruits.

  • Laburnum vossii Golden Chain

    A spreading tree with dark green leaves and very long racemes of golden yellow flowers from late Spring to early Summer. Height 8m. Spread 8m. A sterile variety so produces no seeds. Trifoliata leaves are silvery green at first, darkening as Summer progresses.

  • Larix kaempferi

    Japanese Larch. A large coniferous tree with purplish red stems in winter. Soft pale grey-green needle-like leaves with cones produced in spring. Height 30m. Spread 4-6m. Deciduous. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Larix kaempferi Stiff Weeper

    Stiff Weeper is a deciduous conifer that is native to Japan. Its stems are strongly weeping so this coniferous tree has pendulous and compact habit with pendent branches that bearing needle-like, leaves. Green needles, each with two stomatal bands underneath, appear in brush-like clusters at the ends of spur-like shoots along the branches. This larch reaches an approximate ultimate height of 2.5m and a spread of 1m. Bright green needles turn vivid yellow in autumn, before falling to the ground in winter. Best grown in moist, acidic, well-drained soils in full sun. Intolerant of full shade, dry soils and most city pollutants.

  • Laurus Nobilis Std

    Bay Laurel. Sweet Bay. A short standard evergreen tree or large shrub with glossy. dark green. aromatic leaves. Evergreen. . Frost hardy. Shelter from cold drying winds. Foliage used in cooking. Clip to shape in March. Excellent in containers in a sunny position. Feed regularly to prevent leaves yellowing.

  • Ligustrum Excelsium Superbum Std

    Chinese Privet. A clipped evergreen shrub with glossy. bright green leaves margined yellow. White flowers. followed by blue-black berries. Flowers from August to September. Fruits from August Evergreen. An excellent topiary specimen. suitable for pots if fed and watered regularly.

  • Ligustrum japonicum Aureum

    Japanese Privet. A conical, evergreen shrub with glossy, dark green leaves up to 10cm long and long panicles of white flowers, followed by blue-black berries. Height 3m. Spread 2m. Flowers from August to September. Fruits from August Evergreen.

  • Ligustrum japonicum Std

    Japanese Privet. A compact evergreen tree with a dense head of rich green leaves. White flowers in large panicles in May, then black berries. Ideal for obscuring overlooking windows.

  • Ligustrum Jonandrum

    Small leaved evergreen that is excellent for topiary. Tough leaves and strong stiff stems make this a resilient plant for creating structural shapes within the garden.

  • Liquidambar styraciflua

    Sweet Gum. A tree with deeply divided, glossy leaves, turning brilliant orange, red and purple in autumn. Height 25m. Spread 12m. Deciduous. Hardy.

  • Liquidambar styraciflua Gumball Std

    Sweet Gum. A tree with deeply divided. glossy leaves, turning brilliant orange. red and purple in autumn. Height 25m. Spread 12m. Deciduous. Hardy.

  • Liquidamber styraciflua

    Sweet Gum. A tree with deeply divided glossy leaves turning brilliant orange, red and purple in Autumn. Height 25m. Spread 12m. Deciduous. Hardy.

  • Liriodendron tulipifera

    Tulip Tree. A vigorous tree with saddle-shaped, dark green leaves, turning yellow in autumn. Cup-shaped pale green flowers with orange bands at the bases in mid-summer. Height 10m. Spread 5m. Deciduous.

  • Magnolia denudata Yulan

    A spreading tree with green leaves. showy cup-shaped white flowers with a citrus fragrance produced before the leaves in spring. Height 10m. Spread 10m. Deciduous. Shelter from cold drying winds. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Magnolia grandiflora

    Bull Bay. A broadly conical evergreen tree with glossy dark green leaves. large showy cup-shaped creamy white flowers produced from late summer to early autumn. Height 6-8m. Spread 5m. Flowers from August to September. Evergreen. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with peat.

  • Malus Butterball

    Crab Apple. A small spreading tree with slightly drooping branches. flowers pink in bud opening white. Fruits yellow with an orange flush. A good tree for a small space. 5m High.

  • Malus domestica

    Dessert Apple. Fairly resistant to bruising with a sweet, grainy, mild flavour and a thinner skin than most apples. A mid October dessert apple. Flower colour White. Deciduous. Hardy, full sun. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Malus Everest

    Crab Apple. A conical tree with attractive white flowers produced from red buds in late spring followed by red-flushed orange-yellow fruits. Height 7m. Spread 6m. Flowers from May to June. Fruits from July Deciduous.

  • Malus Everest

    Crab Apple. A conical tree with attractive white flowers produced from red buds in late spring followed by red-flushed orange-yellow fruits. Height 7m. Spread 6m. Flowers from May to June. Fruits from July Deciduous.

  • Malus Floribunda

    a round-headed, small deciduous tree with narrow leaves on arching branches. Flowers white or pale pink, opening from crimson buds. Fruit 1cm, red and yellow

  • Malus Golden Hornet

    Crab Apple. A small rounded tree with bright green leaves. Pretty white flowers open from pink buds in late spring followed by long-lasting golden yellow fruits. Height 6m. Spread 3m. A great tree for small gardens with both flowers and fruit. Sunny position preferred.

  • Malus Golden Hornet

    Crab Apple. A small rounded tree with bright green leaves. Pretty white flowers open from pink buds in late spring followed by long-lasting golden yellow fruits. Height 6m. Spread 3m. A great tree for small gardens with both flowers and fruit. Sunny position preferred.

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