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Pacific Madrona

An evergreen tree, often multistemmed, with rich rust-coloured peeling bark which can be used to make a tea. Silvery green persistant leaves and cream ericaceous-type spring flowers followed by red...

Paper Birch

A striking large tree with a white papery bark and attractive yellow autumn foliage. It was introduced from North America in 1750.
from £1.50

Paperbark Maple

A beautiful small tree with dark green leaves in summer, turning crimson and scarlet in autumn. The bark peels to appear orange in the sunlight revealing the new cinnamon coloured bark beneath.
from £2.99


A small bushy tree with pale pink single flowers that appear before the leaves in spring. The leaves are lanceolate up to 15cm long and 3cm wide. It may produce fruit in autumn.


A medium sized tree with oval glossy leaves which are often attractive in autumn. In spring the tree is drowned in white blossom and in autumn it produces sweet pears.

Peking Cotoneaster

A shrub with shiny green foliage in summer that turns orangey red in winter. Pinkish white flowers in June give rise to black fruit in July. It is a hardy hedging plant that thrives in poor soils.

Persian Silk Tree

Highly decorative deciduous tree with fine leaves made up of fern-like leaflets. Often mistaken for Mimosa. Exotic pink flowers late summer have long silky stamens, followed by flattened brown/yellow...

Pin Oak

A large dense headed deciduous tree with slender branches. The leaves are deeply and sharply lobed and turn a rich scarlet in autumn though they are smaller than the Scarlet Oak.
from £4.75

Pocket Handkerchief Tree

A delightfully beautiful tree whose bracts look like doves or pocket handkerchiefs when flowering in late spring. A medium sized tree which prefers well drained loamy soils.

Portugal Laurel

A large evergreen shrub or small tree. Dark green leaves with reddish stalks are augmented by small white flowers borne on racemes in early summer. The fruits are small and red gradually turning dark...
from £1.49
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