Bigger trees are offered for sale in different shapes. To the outsider the way these are graded can seem complicated, so please see the tree size guide.
To buy trees, or check stock or sizes, please call 01777 702422 or email Chris and the team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Acer campestre elegant
Acer campestre elegant: The tree grows to a height of < 15 m, and has a compact, slender, ovoid crown comprising ascending branches, making it particularly suitable as a street tree
Acer campestre Elsrijk
Acer campestre Elsrijk: A Dutch selection of the field maple, with a tight neatly growing habit. Popular for street planting etc.
Acer freemanii Celebration
Acer celebration: Extremely hardy, versatile and low maintenance tree. Upright, pyramidal habit. Dark green, deeply lobed leaves turn yellow and red in autumn.
Acer platanoides Crimson King
Acer platanoides Crimson King: A reliable purple leaved tree, with contrasting small yellow flowers and crimson emerging foliage, well tried and tested.
Acer platanoides Drummondii
acer platanoides Drummondii: It has generously proportioned foliage, turning dark green as it matures, but maintaining its creamy-white outer edges.
Aesculus hippocastanum: Horse chestnut. Wonderful large tree, with spectacular creamy candles of flowers in May. Bold leaves, followed by conkers. Easy to grow.
Amelanchier grandiflora Robin Hill
Amelanchier grandiflora Robin Hill: A more upright form of Snowy Mespilus, the flowers are pink to start with, turning white later. Good autumn colour.
Betula Nigra: River birch. Medium tree, particularly useful for damp conditions. Striking finely peeling bark, almost apricot in colour, becoming attractively fissured with age. Bright green lozenge shaped leaves.
Betula pendula: Silver Birch. A medium sized native, it loves dry soils. White stems and trunk, becoming attractively rough with age. Much loved by native insects.
Betula pendula Youngii
Betula pendula Youngii: Young’s weeping birch. A small strongly weeping tree, steadily attaining great character with its gnarled white bark. A fine focal point. Tolerant of most soils.
Betula utilis Jacquemontii
Betula utilis Jacquemontii: Himalayan birch. Fabulous brilliant white bark, slightly larger glossy lozenge shaped leaves. Quite rightly very popular. Eye catching all year round. Not fussy as to site.
Carpinus betulus: Common hornbeam. One of the best and most popular pleached trees. It also makes a very good hedge which is easy to grow and not particular about soil type.