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Shadbush

A large suckering shrub or small tree that has an impressive white blossom which creates purple fruits, favoured by blackbirds at the end of the season. Golden autumn colour. The tree can be compact...
 
from £1.99
 

Silver Birch

This pretty tree is often known as the "lady of the woods" and is planted in gardens for its graceful pendulous form. It has an attractive white bark with sharply cut diamond shaped leaves.
 
£2.70
 

Small Leaved Lime

A medium sized tree with heart shaped 5 to 8cm glossy dark green long leaves which are pale on the underside. The sweetly scented, ivory flower clusters appear in the latter half of the summer.
 
£4.20
 

Spindle Tree

A vigorous deciduous shrub which gives an outstandingly brilliant autumn display of red seed capsules which open to reveal bright orange seeds. It grows especially well on chalky soils and its wood...
 
£3.00
 

Spreading Cotoneaster

A medium sized deciduous shrub with a most reliable foliage and fruiting habit. The berries which arise from rosy red flowers are themselves a deep ruby red colour.
 
£1.25
 

Sweet Chestnut

A large, beautiful, quick growing tree. It is often found in parkland as a specimen tree with a smooth grey bark and long dark green toothed leaves which contrast with the long, yellowish spring...
 
from £3.75
 

Sycamore

A large well known tree. It is well suited to exposed situations on all soil types. It has dark green leaves and mustard yellow flowers which develop into double winged seeds in autumn.
 
£1.25
 

Wayfaring Tree

A large shrub often seen in hedgerows. The ovate leaves and young shoots are covered with a dense tomentum, sometimes turning a dark crimson in autumn. The cream flowers appear in late spring and are...
 
£1.75
 

Western Red Cedar

A large fast growing tree with shredding bark and spreading branches. The leaves are bright glossy green forming an excellent hedge which clips well.
 
from £1.50
 

White / Downy Birch

Downy Birch thrives on a wider range of soils than Silver Birch, particularly damp soils. It is white barked and similar to Silver Birch but with a more upright growth habit. Younger specimens usually...
 
£2.75
 
 
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