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.

  • Malus Gorgeous

    Crab Apple. An upright tree with glossy. dark green leaves. Pretty. pink-flushed white flowers open from red buds in late spring followed by glossy. large bright red fruits. Height 6m. Spread 3m.Flowers from April to May.Fruits from June .

  • Malus John Downie

    Crab Apple. The best fruiting crab apple tree with white flowers opening from pale pink buds in late spring followed by attractive orange and red fruits. Height 8m. Spread 5m.Flowers from May to June. Fruits from July .

  • Malus Liset

    Crab Apple. A rounded tree with bronze-green leaves. reddish purple when young. Pretty dark purple-pink flowers open from dark red buds in late spring followed by glossy purple-red fruits. Height 6m. Spread 6m. Great foliage colour.

  • Malus Maypole

    Columnar Apple. A columnar apple tree with dark green leaves. Pretty. pink blossom in late spring followed by glossy. red / green fruits. Height 6-8ft. A very neat dwarf tree ideal for restricted spaces.

  • Malus Neville Copeman

    Spreading deciduous tree with purple young foliage, later purple-flushed green, and light purple flowers followed by orange-red fruits 3cm in length.

  • Malus Red Sentinel

    Crab Apple. An upright tree with glossy dark green leaves. Pretty pink-flushed white flowers open from red buds in late spring followed by glossy bright red fruits. Height 7m. Spread 3m.Flowers from April to May.Fruits from June .Masses of brilliant red crab apples in autumn.

  • Malus Red Sentinel

    Crab Apple. An upright tree with glossy dark green leaves. Pretty pink-flushed white flowers open from red buds in late spring followed by glossy bright red fruits. Height 7m. Spread 3m.Flowers from April to May. Fruits from June .Masses of brilliant red crab apples in autumn.

  • Malus Royal Beauty

    An elegant. small weeping tree with deep reddish-pink flowers and reddish-bronze leaves. The dark red fruit does not fall and is enjoyed by birds. A hardy tree with excellent disease resistance.

  • Malus Royalty

    An elegant. small weeping tree with deep reddish-pink flowers and reddish-bronze leaves. The dark red fruit does not fall and is enjoyed by birds. A hardy tree with excellent disease resistance

  • Malus tschonoskii

    Crab Apple. An attractive strong growing tree, up to 12m, erect conical habit, flowers white tinged pink, fruits globosa yellowish green tinged reddish purple. One of the best trees for autumn colour. Leaves have a silvery hue in summer.

  • Malus tschonoskii

    Crab Apple. An attractive strong growing tree. up to 12m. erect conical habit. flowers white tinged pink. fruits globosa yellowish green tinged reddish purple. One of the best trees for autumn colour. Leaves have a silvery hue in summer.

  • Malus Wisley

    Crab Apple. Tough small flowering tree prefers a fertile well drained soil in full sun or light shade. Malus will tolerate a cold spot but avoid planting in windy exposed or very dry areas. Prune to shape during the winter months but avoid excessive pruning.

  • Melia Azedarach

    Pride of India. Small tree, 20 to 40 feet tall with a spreading crown. Alternate compound coarsely toothed or lobed leaflets with purple flowers, in a loose long cluster appearing after the leaves. Yellow-brown fruit hanging clusters, ripening in the fall and persisting all winter.

  • Metasequoia glyptostroboides

    Swamp Redwood. A neat narrow deciduous conical tree with bright green. feathery leaves turning gold in autumn. Produces brown round cones.

  • Metasequoia glyptostroboides Goldrush

    Swamp Redwood. A neat narrow deciduous conical tree with bright green, feathery leaves turning gold in autumn. Produces brown round cones. Height 20-40m. Spread 5m. Deciduous. Hardy. Good in wet places.

  • Morus alba

    White Mulberry. A half standard with beautiful weeping head with fresh yellow-green. veined leaves. Cup-shaped, green flowers followed by white fruit. ripening to pink and red. Height 2m. Spread 2m. Flowers from May to June. Deciduous.

  • Morus alba Pendula

    White Mulberry. A half standard with beautiful weeping head with fresh yellow-green. veined leaves. Cup-shaped, green flowers followed by white fruit. ripening to pink and red. Height 2m. Spread 2m. Flowers from May to June. Deciduous.

  • Morus nigra

    Black Mulberry. A spreading tree with dark green leaves. velvety underneath. Cup-shaped green flowers followed by green fruit ripening to red and then dark purple. Edible fruit. A small tree for a sunny sheltered place.

  • Nectarine Bush Lord Napier

    Burgundy red and orange fruit with white aromatic flesh. Has freestone (flesh not attached to stone). Excellent flavour. Heavy cropper. Harvest early August. Grows well outside. Self fertile.

  • Olea europaea

    Olive. An evergreen rounded tree with grey-green leathery leaves and ting fragrant, creamy white flowers followed by edible green fruits ripening to black. Clip to required size. Flowers from June to August. Fruits from August. Evergreen. Great plant for sunny sheltered courtyards or indoors in a conservatory.

  • Olea europaea 1/2 Std

    Olive. An evergreen rounded tree with grey-green leathery leaves and tiny fragrant creamy white flowers followed by edible green fruits ripening to black. Clip to required size. Flowers from June to August. Fruits from August. Evergreen. Great plant for hot sunny sheltered courtyards or indoors in a conservatory.

  • Olea europaea 1/2 Std

    Olive. An evergreen rounded tree with grey-green leathery leaves and tiny fragrant creamy white flowers followed by edible green fruits ripening to black. Clip to required size. Flowers from June to August. Fruits from August Evergreen. Great plant for hot sunny sheltered courtyards or indoors in a conservatory.

  • Olea europaea 1/2 Std

    Olive. An evergreen rounded tree with grey-green leathery leaves and ting fragrant, creamy white flowers followed by edible green fruits ripening to black. Clip to required size. Flowers from June to August. Fruits from August. Evergreen. Great plant for sunny sheltered courtyards or indoors in a conservatory.

  • Olea europaea 1/4 Std Spiral

    Olive. An evergreen rounded tree with grey-green leathery leaves and ting fragrant, creamy white flowers followed by edible green fruits ripening to black. Clip to required size. Flowers from June to August. Fruits from August. Evergreen. Great plant for sunny sheltered courtyards or indoors in a conservatory.

  • Olea europaea Bonsai

    Olive. An evergreen rounded tree with grey-green leathery leaves and ting fragrant, creamy white flowers followed by edible green fruits ripening to black. Clip to required size. Flowers from June to August. Fruits from August. Evergreen. Great plant for sunny sheltered courtyards or indoors in a conservatory.

  • Olea europaea Std

    Olive. An evergreen rounded tree with grey-green leathery leaves and ting fragrant, creamy white flowers followed by edible green fruits ripening to black. Clip to required size. Flowers from June to August. Fruits from August. Evergreen. Great plant for sunny sheltered courtyards or indoors in a conservatory.

  • Olea europaeae

    Olive in half Oak barrel (barrel diameter 70cm, height 46cm, 2 rope handles). Olive tree height, from soil is 'from' 1.8m. An evergreen, rounded tree with grey/green leathery leaves and tiny fragrant creamy white flowers followed by edible green fruit, ripening to black. Clip to required size. Flowers from June to August.

  • Parrotia persica

    Persian Ironwood. A spreading slightly weeping tree grown manly for its rich yellow, orange and purple-red autumn colour. Tiny spider-like red flowers in late winter to early spring. Height 1.8m. Spread 1.5m. Flowers from February to March. Deciduous.

  • Paulownia fortunei Fast Blue

    Foxglove Tree. A rare. small tree with hairy bright green leaves and fragrant creamy-white flowers marked deep purple on the inside and flushed lilac on the outside. Flowers from May to June. Deciduous. Hardy. Shelter from cold drying winds.

  • Peach Bush Peregrine

    Peach. A self-fertile peach with good flavoured crimson fruits with a firm juicy flesh. Ripens in early August. Flower colour Pink. Deciduous. Hardy. Spray with dithane 945 to avoid leaf curl. Fine outdoors better on a south wall. Beautiful in flower.

  • Peach Fan Trained Duke of York

    Peach. A self-fertile peach with fabulous flavour with a firm juicy flesh. Ripens in mid July. Fine outdoors better on a south wall. The best peach for fruit quality.

  • Peach Fan Trained Peregrine

    Peach. A self-fertile peach with good flavoured crimson fruits with a firm juicy white flesh. Ripens in early August. Deciduous. Hardy. Fine outdoors better on a south wall.

  • Pear Bush Buerre Hardy

    An excellent choice for pears as this is a strong growing pear. The conical fruit are juicy and flavour some. The leaves turn red in autumn making it an attractive tree.Pick mid Sept. to eat in October.

  • Pear Bush Conference

    The most popular dessert pear . Conference is PARTIALLY SELF FERTILE and produces long narrow juicy though quite hard pears. Excellent for the North of England. Harvest late September Mid season flowering. Pollination Group B.

  • Pear Fan Trained Buerre Hardy

    An excellent choice for pears as this is a strong growing pear. The conical fruit are juicy and flavour some. The leaves turn red in autumn making it an attractive tree.Pick mid Sept. to eat in October.

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