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Commonly known as Weeping Nootka Cypress is a medium sized, upright, evergreen conifer which has long, spreading branches with trailing dark grey-green, drooping curtains of foliage. Received a RHS Award of Garden Merit.
A remarkable and lovely form. The delicate filigree leaves remain gold throughout the summer ending in an autumn display of orange and golden tints. It also has the same shaggy soft cinnamon bark as M. glyptostroboides. It is slower growing than the normal Dawn Redwood and produces little shade due to its thin conical shape. Ideal for planting near water as it particularly enjoys moist conditions.
Acer negundo 'Flamingo' is a fast growing type of Maple with attractive characteristics. The young leaves with a broad, soft pink salmon coloured margin changing to white, often green at first; shoots glaucous-bloomed. This tree can be pruned hard in early spring creating a superb exotic foliage effect in late summer. Attractive grey-white stems during the winter. Perfect for growing in a small garden due to it's narrow canopy.
Acer negundo 'Kelly's Gold' is a medium sized, bushy-headed, deciduous garden tree. The leaves emerge bright yellow, becoming fresh golden-green as they mature, then turning yellow in the autumn again. Drooping racemes of golden tassle-like flowers appear in June, followed by winged fruits. In the winter, the branches are pale grey with a white bloom adding an extra attractive feature to this variety. The tree can be pruned hard each spring to enhance ornamental effect or to control size.
Acer platanoides 'Drummondii' is a very popular striking, medium-sized garden tree with globe-headed green variegated leaves and a striking white marginal band. The foliage turns yellowish-orange in the autumn, making it a fantastic seasonal garden tree. In the spring before the leaves emerge, the tree provides attractive yellow flowers. The occasional branch can revert to plain green leaves and should be pruned out. An excellent foil for purple and gold leaved shrubs.
A top worked tree. Acer pseudoplatanus 'Brilliantissimum' is a distinctive small mop-headed, slow growing tree. Spring foliage opens salmon pink, turning greenish-yellow marbled during the summer. Displays greenish-yellow flowers in the spring and winged red fruits in the autumn. The symmetrical shape of this tree makes it suitable for small gardens as a lawn specimen or to add height in borders. Received an Award of Garden Merit in 1925 and a First Class Certificate in 1977 from the Royal Horticultural Society.
Acer rubrum 'Brandywine' is probably one of the best red maples intense autumn colour. The leaves emerge pale yellow, aging to green in the summer. In autumn they provide a brilliant, long-lasting red-purple display.
Amelanchier lamarckii is a small tree or large shrub with a bushy, spreading habit. Leaves are oval shaped, coppery red and silky when young. Profusion of small white flowers in spring scatter along the branches as the young leaves unfold; followed by black fruits and beautiful orange-red autumn colours. Similar if indestinguishable from Amelanchier Canadensis.
Amelanchier x grandiflora 'Ballerina' is a small tree with an upright habit. Finely toothed leaves are a highly attractive bronze colour when young, turning green in the summer and reddish-purple in autumn creating an outstanding display. A great profusion of pure, large white flowers are borne in April. Fruits are small red berries, turning deep purple but soon taken by birds!
Betula pendula 'Fastigiata Joes'® has a very narrow and neat pyramidal growing habit, quite different to most other Birch. This variety is perfect for small spaces and also looks magnificent when planted in lines along an avenue or driveway. Small, attractive green leaves appear in the spring alongside the yellow catkins. Bark will turn a striking white after 4-5 years with pretty twisting branches. Autumn colours of yellow and orange. A breakthrough in tree selection and an exciting addition to our offering.
Betula utilis 'Moonbeam' is a fine birch that is considerably smaller than other forms making it perfecr for the small garden or space. Creates an attractive range of features including bright white, peeling bark which takes centre stage throughout the whole year. The green leaves turn a buttery-yellow in the autumn.
Betula utilis 'Snow Queen', also known as 'Doreenbos' is an exceptional tree, one of the most popular varieties! The showy white, exfoliating bark develops it's colour within three years; revealing the orange underlayering exposed. This upright form is ideal for planting as a specimen, multi-stemmed or in clumps for any sized garden. The ovate, mid-green foliage is complemented by yellowish-brown catkins in the spring. Strong, attractive yellowish-golden tints in the autumn. Holds an RHS Award of Garden Merit.
Carpinus betulus 'Rockhampton Red' has the same growth rate and habit as Carpinus betulus. In the autumn the leaves transform into a spectacular display of bright reds and intense fiery oranges, these colours normally persist until mid-late November when the leaves turn brown. A high proportion of the brown leaves remain on the tree until the following spring.
This small deciduous tree has a slightly spreading form producing large, heart shaped leaves which, when young, are a deep glossy purple, turning to shades of dark green and chocolatey purple as they mature. Unlike some other catalpa varieties, it produces a foxglove like cluster of flowers even at a young age. The creamy white flowers feature purple and orange markings and are followed by long seed pods.
Vigorous, arching, semi-evergreen shrub or tree with long, pointed leaves glazed with a good mid/dark green colour. Fluffy, white corymbs of flowers appear in June-July that are extremely attractive to bees and insects due to their strong, floral scent. These are followed by brilliant red berries, born in clusters in autumn.
Hybrid between 'Charles X' and 'Paul's Scarlet' creates a dense, spreading tree with glossy, dark green foliage. Profuse small single, crimson flowers with creamy centres appear during May, the lightly scented blossom is very popular with bees & butterflies. The flowers later develop into tiny red berries in the autumn, which are great for attracting birds. A very unusual ornamental thorn flowering from an early age.
Paul's Scarlet' is a small, rounded deciduous thorny tree with lobed, glossy green leaves turning yellow and bronze in autumn. Produces masses of deep scarlet-pink, double flowers in May and attractive small red haws in the autumn. Received the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit.
Small, shrubby, deciduous tree forms a spreading canopy of shallowly lobed rich green leaves. White flowers can completely cover the tree in spring, they are double and develop a faint pink flush just before they fall. 'Plena' is sterile and therefore produces no fruit, and as with most forms of the species, the branches are protected by short thorns. Received the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit.
Coral Sun is a small to medium size tree with a rather irregular round to fan-shaped crown. It produces striking, coral red shoots and leaves in the spring, the almost fern-like foliage turns lush green throughout the summer with the stems often keeping their red colouration. Large, conical panicles of yellow flowers appear in summer attracting many pollinators, followed by bladder-like, green fruit ripening red or coral-pink. In a good, crisp autumn the leaves can turn glorious shades of yellow and orange before falling.
A small compact crab apple tree with scented apple blossom flowers. The fruits resemble perfect miniature apples persisting well into November. Ideal for tangy pink crab apple jelly. This tree has been grafted onto dwarfing rootstock limiting its ultimate size and making it perfect for Patio Pots.
A superb all seasons tree combining good leaf, flower and fruiting features. The rich pink blossom contrasts well with the emerging purple, deeply lobed leaves which turn to glossy dark green in the summer and then rich scarlet with purple tints in the autumn, very rare for a Malus. The persistent small purple fruits remain long after leaf fall.
A beautiful rounded tree producing fragrant, light lilac-purple flowers in large panicles on the bare branches in spring. The large leaves emerge coated in fine hairs, starting light green before turning mid-green and then golden brown in the autumn.
If left unpruned, the foxglove tree will quickly grow to form an attractive tree up to 12m. The biggest leaves result from pruning it to the ground each year, in late winter. The result is strong, vigorous growth with huge leaves. As it flowers on wood grown the previous year, plants pruned each year won't produce flowers.