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Box / Common Box

A large bush or small tree which produces masses of small, dark, evergreen leaves. Ideal for topiary and hedging purposes in the garden.
 
£4.00
 

Broad Leaved Lime

A large vigorous tree with roundish sharply toothed leaves with downy hairs which are more prominent on the underside. The flowers appear in mid summer.
 
£1.99
 

Broom

A medium sized deciduous shrub much like gorse but without the thorns. It has rich butter yellow flowers in late spring, often visited by bees.
 
£1.99
 

Buckthorn/Purging Buckthorn

A large deciduous shrub or small tree. The spiny branches are very attractive in the autumn when they are carrying their small shiny dark almost black fruits.
 
£1.50
 

Cherry Laurel / Common Laurel

A vigorous wide spreading evergreen shrub with dark shiny green leaves that is often used for screening. It produces attractive erect clusters of white flowers in spring that give rise to small cherry...
 
from £1.99
 

Chinese Barberry

An excellent dense growing, evergreen spiny leaved bush. The leaves are copper tinted when young. The scented yellow flowers are borne in bunches of up to 15. It makes a good hedging plant.
 
from £1.30
 

Common / English Yew

A small to medium sized tree with a bright red aril, which contrasts superbly with the dark green foliage. Yew is tolerant of most soils and is often found on chalk formations in the wild.
 
£1.75
 

Copper Beech

An outstandingly beautiful tree. This deep purple leaved form of beech is usually grown from seed. The purple plants are then selected from the 50% odd that show the purple form. It is superb hedging...
 
£3.30
 

Cornelian Cherry

A large shrub or small densely branched tree that produces a profusion of small yellow flowers on its twigs in late winter which result in red cherry like fruits. The leaves turn reddish purple in...
 
from £2.50
 

Crab Apple

A small tree growing to 8m tall with white flowers that may be tinged with pink when they appear in late spring. The fruits grow to 2.5cm across in the autumn and are sour to eat but make a delicious...
 
from £1.25
 
 
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