Green Mile Trees grow a wide range of multi-stems, which are a very popular choice with landscape designers and discerning gardeners. Many multi-stemmed specimens we supply are 4 meters tall, giving instant impact. These mature plants are available both container grown and field grown, the latter being root-balled by our expert nursery staff.
Multi-stems are a particularly good choice for trees with attractive bark, and we have many superb specimens of birch, cherry, and snakebark maples, for example. It’s a great way of providing year round interest, instantly brightening up a winter garden, or making a stunning backdrop for other dramatic garden plants or features.
We also supply native or amenity plants as multi-stems. These are much sought after by gardeners and designers who want to create a natural effect. Walk through a native wood and you will see many trees of great character and charm, rather than symmetry and formality. We supply a wide range of trees ideal for creating just this effect. So for instance, to create a copse or glade from scratch a landscape designer might use a few-semi mature multi-stems, and a few smaller ones, and some sapling trees, in a range of species, giving an instant and naturalistic woodland.
To buy shrubs or multi-stems or to check availability and sizes, please call 01777 702422 or email Chris and the team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cornus alba ‘Sibirica’
Cornus alba ‘Sibirica’: This deciduous shrub has oval, dark green leaves and produces small, creamy-white flowers in May and June. But it’s really grown for the bright, coral-red stems that are revealed when the leaves fall. This lovely dogwood looks stunning planted in groups, beside water, or in a winter border. Best in full sun, it works particularly well with orange or purple-stemmed varieties of dogwood.
Cornus kousa ‘Milky Way’
Cornus kousa ‘Milky Way’: Extremely floriferous and sets a very heavy crop of fruit. When in bloom, the bracts can conceal the foliage.
Betula utilis jacquemontii multi-stem
Betula utilis jacquemontii multi-stem: A vigorous deciduous tree to 18m tall, with brilliant white bark on the trunk and larger branches; ovate leaves turn yellow in autumn; yellow-brown male catkins to 12cm long open in early spring
Betula albosinensis Fascination multi-stem
Betula albosinensis Fascination multi-stem: A medium-sized tree of pyramidal habit with stiffly ascending branches and green leaves that turn yellow in autumn. Peeling, deep orange bark turns a pale pink-white and in spring, yellow-brown male catkins up to 10cm long also appear in spring
Malus royalty: A spreading deciduous tree with ovate deep purple leaves reddening in autumn, and clusters of purplish-red flowers in spring, followed by small, deep purple fruits
Malus evereste: A small deciduous tree, broadly conical in outline, with more or less lobed leaves. Flowers 5cm in width, white, opening from red buds; fruit to 2.5cm in length, yellowish-orange
Euonymus alatus: A large, spreading, deciduous shrub, the branchlets often developing conspicuous corky wings. Leaves oval, turning rosy-crimson in autumn. Flowers small, greenish, followed by purplish-red fruits splitting to reveal orange seeds
Acer Tamukeyama: A small, slow-growing Japanese maple, with delicate, lacy, burgundy red foliage, small purple flowers and fantastic, deep red autumn colour.
Hydrangea Annabelle: A small, bushy deciduous shrub with broadly oval leaves and very large, spherical heads of white sterile flowers to 25cm across in summer .
Cornus Kesselringii: A deciduous shrub with deep red shoots that darken and turn a blackish-purple colour in winter
Cornus Sibirica: A medium-sized suckering deciduous shrub forming a thicket of slender red stems, becoming bright crimson in winter. Leaves ovate, turning reddish in autumn, flowers small, cream, in flat heads; berries bluish-white.
Agapanthus: Summer-flowering perennial plants, grown for their showy flowers, commonly in shades of blue and purple, but also white and pink.