• Prunus serrula

    Prunus serrula: A small to medium-sized tree. Small pale flowers appear in spring with the slender delicate leaves. The glory of the tree is the bark: polished mahogany layers peel away in spiraling strands, revealing more vivid and shiny copper surfaces beneath.

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  • Prunus Shirotae

    Prunus shirotae

    Prunus Shirotae

    Prunus Shirotae: ‘Mount Fuji’. A small but broad tree. Huge, semi-double, dazzling white flowers appear in great scented clusters in spring, set off by the fresh green young foliage.

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  • Prunus Sunset Boulevard

    Prunus Sunset Boulevard

    Prunus Sunset Boulevard

    Another narrow-headed tree, with a disciplined habit. Big white flowers appear in spring. The young leaves are almost a salmon red, becoming mid green in summer. Later they take on really good autumn colours, oranges, reds, yellows.

    Available sizes 12-20cm girth.

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  • Prunus Taihaku

    Prunus Taihaku: Great white cherry. A strong-growing, broadly spreading, medium-sized tree. Massive single flowers, brilliant white, hang in profusion from the branches and twigs. Fine reddish young leaves. A much loved tree.

    Available sizes 12-20cm girth.

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  • Prunus Trailblazer

    Prunus Trailblazer: Lots of single white flowers are borne in spring. The foliage comes out a bright red, turning purple green with the season. Attractive, edible plums follow in late summer, hanging in clusters among the purple leaves.

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  • Pyrus calleryana Chanticleer

    Pyrus calleryana Chanticleer: Tolerant of nearly all soil types and sites. The oval leaves are glossy and attractive. They hang on very late in a good autumn. White flowers in spring are followed by small russet fruits in the autumn.

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  • Pyrus salicifolia pendula

    Pyrus salicifolia Pendula

    Pyrus salicifolia pendula

    Pyrus salicifolia Pendula: Weeping willow-leaved pear. A small easy-going tree. The habit is weeping or arching, the narrow leaves are silver-grey. Charming small white flowers come out in spring, followed by small buff fruits. A good choice for long season interest.

    Available sizes 12-16cm girth.

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  • Quercus ilex

    Quercus ilex: Evergreen oak. Normally supplied as standard trees. In later life they are wonderful trees, full of character. They respond well to clipping and can be trimmed to cylinder or box shapes for a formal look.

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  • Quercus palustris

    Quercus palustris: Pin oak. A large tree, with a spreading slightly weeping habit when aged. Boldly lobed leaves often take on vivid autumn colour.

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  • Quercus robur

    Quercus robur

    Quercus robur

    Quercus robur: English oak, Common oak. A large, long-lived native tree. Stately. Wonderful. Plant one now and a dozen generations will appreciate it and the wildlife it will support.

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  • Quercus robur Fastigiata Koster

    Quercus robur Fastigiata Koster: This tree has a narrow, upright habit, and makes a fine specimen when fully grown. The foliage is similar to the common type, while the columnar shape makes a bold statement in any planting scheme.

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  • Robinia pseudoacacia 'Frisia'

    Robinia pseudoacacia ‘Frisia’

    Robinia pseudoacacia 'Frisia'

    Robinia pseudoacacia ‘Frisia’: A popular yellow-leaved tree, widely grown in many gardens and public spaces.

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