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Damson

The damson is a subspecies of the plum. A small tree, it produces the oval damson fruit which has a green yellow flesh and dark blue or indigo skin. The fruits can hang shrivelled well into the...
 
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Elder / Common Elder

A large shrub or small tree with rugged bark and 5 to 7 leaflets. It bears flattened heads of white flowers in early summer which give rise to dense bunches of small black fruits. It grows well on...
 
£1.65
 

English Oak / Common Oak

A large, impressive, long lived tree that develops a large head of rugged branches. The leaves are stalkless and auricled at the base with shallow lobes. The acorn fruits are attached to the tree by a...
 
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Evergreen / Holm Oak

A large evergreen tree with an attractive corrugated bark. The leaves are a dark glossy green not unlike holly but vary in shape and size. It can become deciduous in the very coldest areas but is an...
 
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Field Maple

A pretty, medium sized deciduous tree often seen forming parts of hedgerows. The leaves turn bright yellow in autumn and may be flushed red.
 
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Field Rose

Native to Europe, this is a rambling rose of the hedgerows and woodland, quite scarce in the north. Its long arching stems produce pure white scented flowers from early summer onwards. These give rise...
 
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Firethorn

A large evergreen shrub that is valued for its outstanding display of red autumn berries. These are produced from the white flowers that appear in spring. Its dark green leaves are augmented by sharp...
 
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Franchet's Cotoneaster

A popular semi-evergreen shrub that is graceful and medium sized with sage green foliage. The white flowers blushed with pink give rise to ovoid scarlet-orange fruits.
 
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Gagnepain's Barberry

A small evergreen shrub that forms an impenetrable thicket making it ideal for hedges. The yellow flowers are borne in clusters of 6 or 12 which give rise to black berries with a bluish bloom.
 
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Gorse

A dense spiny shrub. In mild areas the yellow flowers are produced throughout the year but more usually they flower from March through to May. They thrive on and prefer very poor light or stony soils.
 
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