Carpinus Betulus pleached: 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.
Eleagnus ebbingei frame: A tough evergreen hedge shrub
Eleagnus limelight frame: A variegated selection of this resilient shrub, having silvery young leaves that then develop irregular markings in dark green, lime green and gold
Fagus sylvatica: Common beech. A great alternative to Hornbeam. Beech love lighter, well drained soils. Superb as pleached or cloud pruned specimens. Beech also makes a fantastic hedge.
Hedera sulphurs heart frame: A vigorous, self-clinging large evergreen climber with broadly ovate leaves to 20cm in length, dark green with a central splash of yellow and yellow-green
Ilex aquifolium Argentea Marginata: Broad leaved silver holly. A handsome female selection with white leaf margins and plenty of bright berries. Hollies are remarkably tolerant of a range of light or shady positions, polluted air or soil types.
Ilex: Holly. We can supply as pleached or standard.
Ligustrum ex Superbum: Privet. We stock both Green and Gold evergreen Privet as standard trees. We also supply Green Privet as pleached trees.
Ligustrum japonicum: Great for hedges and screening. Flowering and drought tolerant. Known as wax-leaf privet or Japanese privet is a species of Ligustrum native to central and southern Japan and Korea
Photinia red robin pleached: A popular and versatile plant, Photinia red robin can be used as a pleached tree, standard or half standard, mature shrub or hedging.
Prunus laurocerasus: Common laurel, Cherry laurel. We have excellent laurels to make a high screen.
Prunus lusitanica: Portuguese laurel. One of the best hedging plants. We grow superb standard trees which will make one of the best high hedges.
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.