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.

  • Pear Fan Trained 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 Half Standard Beurre Hardy

    An excellent choice for an orchard 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 Half Standard Concorde

    A new variety that is both reliable fruiting well each year and good flavour with flesh that melts in the mouth. Large crops of juicy pears make this a popular pear. Good in the north in a sheltered position. Mid - late season flowering. Pollination Group C.

  • Pear Half Standard 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 Half Standard Doyenne du Comice

    The Queen of pears as regards flavour. It requires a sheltered sunny site preferably with a pollination partner close by. Late pollination. pick in October use by December.

  • Pear Half Standard Red William

    A strong growing pear. Red skin with creamy white juicy flesh. Sweet flavour. Harvest early September. Mid-late season flowering. Pollination Group C.

  • Photinia

    An upright. evergreen shrub with dark green leaves. bright red when young. Small white flowers are sometimes followed by bright red fruit. Height 2m. Spread 2m. Flowers from April to May. Fruits from August Evergreen. Frost hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat. Excellent as hedging clip once or twice each year.

  • Photinia Red Robin

    A spreading, evergreen shrub with glossy dark green leaves, red when young. Small white flowers are followed by bright red fruit. Height 4m. Flowers from May to June. Fruits from August Evergreen. Prune hard and feed often.

  • Photinia Red Robin Standard

    An evergreen tree with glossy dark green leaves, red when young. Small white flowers are followed by bright red fruit. Height 4m. Flowers from May to June. Fruits from August Evergreen. Clip annually and feed often.

  • Picea abies

    Norway Spruce. A tall coniferous tree of pyramidal habit forming a cylindrical shape in time, with needle-like, dark green leaves. Height 12m. Spread 2m. Evergreen. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Picea abies Nidiformis

    Norway Spruce. A flat-topped, bushy conifer of spreading habit forming a series of tight, horizontal branches with needle-like, dark green leaves. Height 1.5m. Spread 3-4m. Evergreen. Hardy.

  • Picea abies Pendula

    Norway Spruce. A tall coniferous tree of pyramidal habit forming a cylindrical shape in time, with needle-like, dark green leaves. Height 12m. Spread 2m. Evergreen. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Picea Glauca Albertiana

    White Spruce. A neat ball-shaped dwarf conifer. very attractive in later spring when it is covered with bright green shoots. Height in 10 years 1m. Evergreen. Hardy. If kept in a pot this conifer requires regular feeding and watering.

  • Picea glauca Conical

    White Spruce. A neat cone-shaped dwarf conifer, very attractive in later spring when it is covered with bright green shoots. Height in 10 years 1m. Evergreen. Hardy If kept in a pot this conifer requires regular feeding and watering.

  • Picea pungens

    This is one of the most handsome of the spruces, with icy-blue/silver foliage and layered horizontal branches on a conical structure, to make a fine Christmas tree form. The younger needles are more silver, while the older needles tend towards dark green. This brings out the layered shape of the tree and makes it particularly attractive seen in the distance. The tree grows to around 3m in ten to twenty years.

  • Picea pungens Fat Albert

    Dense, broad, upright pyramidal shape with closely-spaced, ascending branches and steel blue needle colour. Height: 10 to 15 feet. Spread: 7 to 10 feet. Full sun.

  • Picea pungens Glauca

    Colorado Spruce. A conical conifer with horizontal, dense branches of steel blue young foliage. Height 15-25m. Spread 5m. Evergreen. Hardy. Useful as a Christmas tree as there is no needle drop.

  • Picea pungens Glauca Superblue

    Dense, broad, upright pyramidal shape with closely-spaced, ascending branches and steel blue needle colour. Height 10 to 15 feet. Spread 7 to 10 feet. Full sun.

  • Picea pungens Globosa

    Lovely low growing and spreading conifer with dramatic eye catching and rather striking blue grey foliage, making it a natural focal point plant. Height and spread in 20 - 50 years, 1.5m x 2m (5ft x 7ft).

  • Picea pungens Globosa

    Colorado Spruce. A dwarf rounded conifer with congested branches of blue-grey leaves in winter, in late spring becoming bright blue for the whole summer. Height 1.2m. Spread 1m. Evergreen. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Picea pungens Hoopsii

    Colorado Spruce. A conical conifer with widely spaced branches of silver-grey leaves in winter and silver-blue in summer. Height 2.5m. Spread 1.2m. Evergreen. Hardy.

  • Picea pungens Superblue

    Colorado Spruce. A conical conifer with horizontal, dense branches of steel blue young foliage. Height 15-25m. Spread 5m. Evergreen. Hardy. Useful as a Christmas tree as there is no needle drop.

  • Pinus densiflora Draconis

    Japanese Red Pine. A rounded broadly spreading conifer forming an umbrella-shaped crown. Height 4m. Spread 6m. Evergreen. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Pinus densiflora Oculus Draconis

    Small, flat-topped, upright tree-form of Japanese red pine with species-typical branching and long, variegated needles, each having 2 bands of yellow alternating with the typical green.

  • Pinus heldreichii Compact Gem

    Dwarf Mountain Pine. A dwarf rounded conifer with short dense light green needle-like leaves. Height 75cm. Spread 75cm. Evergreen. Frost hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Pinus heldreichii Little Dracula

    Bosnian Pine. A slow-growing conifer with dense clusters of deep green leaves. Height 3m. Spread 2m. Evergreen. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Pinus mugo Humpy

    Dwarf Mountain Pine. A dwarf neat conifer with short dense bright green needle-like leaves. Prominent purple-brown winter buds. Height 30cm. Spread 60cm. Evergreen. Frost hardy. Planting instructions Back fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Pinus mugo Mops

    Dwarf Mountain Pine. A dwarf rounded conifer with short dense light green needle-like leaves. Prominent brown winter buds. Height 75cm. Spread 75cm. Evergreen. Frost hardy. Planting instructions Back-fill with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Pinus mugo Varella

    Dwarf Golden Mountain Pine. A rounded conifer with bright green, needle-like leaves in summer which turn golden in winter making this a small golden mound of colour in winter months. Slow growing, 1 metre in 10 years.

  • Pinus mugo Winter Gold

    Dwarf Golden Mountain Pine. A rounded conifer with bright green, needle-like leaves in summer which turn golden in winter making this a small golden mound of colour in winter months. Slow growing, 1 metre in 10 years.

  • Pinus nigra Austriaca

    Corsican Pine. A narrowly conical conifer with green needle-like leaves. Produces yellow-brown cones. Height 30m. Spread 6-8m. Evergreen. Hardy.

  • Pinus nigra Green Tower

    Dark-green foliage on this narrow, upright pine is very dense. The large, whitish buds in winter and early spring look very handsome among the needles.

  • Pinus nigra Green Tower

    Corsican Pine. A narrowly conical conifer with green needle-like leaves. Produces yellow-brown cones. Height 30m. Spread 6-8m. Evergreen. Hardy.

  • Pinus nigra Nana

    Dwarf Black Pine. A rounded conifer with rigid dark green needle-like leaves. Produces yellow-brown cones. Height 1m. Spread 1m. Evergreen.

  • Pinus nigra Pierrick Bregeon (Brepo) 1/4 Std

    European Black Pine. A rounded conifer with rigid dark green needle-like leaves. Produces yellow-brown cones. Height 30m. Spread 6-8m. Evergreen. Hardy. Planting instructions Back-fil with soil mixed with peat and a suitable fertiliser.

  • Pinus parviflora Glauca

    Japanese White Pine. A spreading conifer with blue-green needle-like, twisted leaves. Produces red-brown cones. Evergreen.

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