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Japanese Rose

A graceful suckering shrub that produces rich butter yellow flowers in mid spring. Although it is deciduous its green stems provide winter colour.
from £1.99

Japanese Walnut

An impressive medium sized tree with incredible leaves that may be up to 1m long. It fruits with long pendulous strings of nuts. It can be tender to late frosts but its nut, known as the heart nut, is...
from £10.00

Japanese Witch Hazel

A yellow winter flowering deciduous shrub whose leaves turn a yellow-orange colour in late autumn. An ideal plant for use in Bonsai. They are also tolerant of chalky soils.
from £2.99

Japanese Zelkova

A medium sized graceful wide spreading tree with a round crown and smooth grey bark. The slender oval leaves are up to 12cm long and have slender pointed teeth. In autumn they turn a bronze red.
from £1.25

Judas Tree

A medium sized tree or large shrub which becomes wreathed in lilac flowers in late spring even on the main trunk. These develop into purple tinted seed pods in autumn.

Katsura tree

Small deciduous tree with attractive heart shaped leaves, pink when new, fresh green sometimes tinged purple in summer and then bright yellows, oranges, reds and pinks in autumn. Autumn leaves have a...

Kentucky Coffeetree

A tree possibly left over from the dinosaur age. Open habit with robust branches and few twigs. New leaves open pinkish and are early to fall in the autumn. Pale green flowers in June give rise to...

Killarney Strawberry Tree

A small evergreen tree with deep brown bark which sheds. Its red fruits and white flowers are produced simultaneously in the autumn. Lime tolerant and hardy, this little tree can withstand gales and...
from £1.50

Kybean Mallee Ash

An ideal Eucalyptus for smaller UK gardens, relatively slow growing. Looks like an Olive but hardier. Open, multi-stemmed tree, juvenile foliage is small and thin, adult foliage long, thin and olive...


A small deciduous fast growing tree producing drooping yellow flowers in May and June in a spectacular display. All parts of this plant are poisonous.
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