Trees in Containers

  • Salix Sepulcralis Chrysocoma

    Salix Sepulcralis Chrysocoma: Weeping willow. Branches broadly arching, the thin twigs on the ends of the branches cascade to the ground, or water. Narrow fresh green leaves, spring catkins, this is a fabulous tree in the right place – it does need room.

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  • Sorbus majestica

    Sorbus aria Majestica

    Sorbus majestica

    Sorbus aria Majestica: A vigorous selection, ‘a good doer’. This tree has a very neat head shape, big oval leaves with bold veins, and a fine show of handsome flowers and big red berries.

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  • Sorbus cardinal Royal

    Sorbus aucuparia Cardinal Royal

    Sorbus cardinal Royal

    Sorbus aucuparia Cardinal Royal: A vigorous selection of mountain ash, this tree forms a symmetrical tidy head, reliably producing masses of flowers and bright red berries. A superb avenue tree.

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  • Sorbus commixta Embley

    Sorbus commixta Embley: A small to medium tree, with a compact oval head. Plentiful white flowers, lots of orange fruits, reliable and vivid autumn colour, this is an excellent choice for year round interest.

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  • Sorbus Joseph Rock

    Sorbus Joseph Rock

    Sorbus Joseph Rock

    Sorbus Joseph Rock: A small to medium tree, with ascending branches, and a tidy head shape. Cream flower heads are followed by abundant bunches of clear yellow berries, which last well into the autumn. The autumn foliage is spectacular.

    Available sizes 12-18cm girth.

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  • Sorbus thibetica John Mitchell

    Sorbus thibetica John Mitchell: A medium sized, round headed tree, it has really big leathery oval leaves, almost round, green above, silver underneath. White flowers are followed by bunches of nut-brown fruits.

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  • Thuja Plicata - Western red cedar

    Thuja plicata

    Thuja Plicata - Western red cedar

    Attractive rich green glossy foliage. This conifer makes a first rate hedging plant, with aromatic foliage. It grows well in shade and tolerates chalky soils. It is quite vigorous, and a favourite with connoisseurs.

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  • Tilia rubra

    Tilia platyphyllos Rubra

    Tilia rubra

    Tilia platyphyllos Rubra: Red-twigged lime. A symmetrical and upright growing clone of the broad-leaved lime. The leaves are broadly oval and striking. The young shoots and twigs are vivid red. Good for areas where access is needed.

    Available sizes 12-20cm girth.

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  • Tilia x europaea Pallida

    Tilia x europaea Pallida: A large tree, with ascending branches. Broad heart-shaped leaves, paler than the type, giving a fresh cheerful cast to the tree. Like all limes it can be pruned severely if required. The tree of the famous Unter den Linden in Berlin.

    Available sizes 12-20cm girth.

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