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Korean Fir

A small, very neat tree with leaves that are 1 to 2 cm long. It produces prominent violet or purple cones about 5 to 8 cm long.
 
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Lodgepole / Beach Pine

Lodgepole Pine is a medium sized tree with short branches and paired yellowish green leaves. The cones appear in clusters and the tree is often grown in coastal areas.
 
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Noble Fir

A beautiful tree noted for its blue-green leaves that is often used in floristry as well as for Christmas trees.
 
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Nordmann/Caucasian Fir

A species of fir of great ornamental value and much valued in Christmas tree production for its dense foliage.
 
£2.50
 

Norway Spruce

Norway Spruce is the traditional and most widely grown Christmas tree.
 
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Pacific Silver Fir

This is a native of north-west America but in Europe it is grown as an ornamental tree. Amabalis means beautiful and it can resemble Abies nordmanniana.
 
£4.55
 

Scots Pine

Scots Pine is the only pine native to Britain and is easily recognised by its attractive reddish bark. It has a conical growth habit when young and is popular for Bonsai production.
 
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Serbian Spruce

Serbian Spruce is a very adaptable spruce which quickly forms a tall slender tree with short drooping branches and dark green leaves.
 
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Wellingtonia

A Californian giant, not as tall, but with a wider girth than the Californian Redwood. Young specimens are conical and densely branched producing a large elegant tree.
 
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Western Yellow Pine

A large striking tree with a scaly cinnamon bark and drooping branches. Planted as an ornamental tree in large gardens as well as for timber production in its native western North America.
 
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