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Tulip Tree

A beautiful large tree with odd looking leaves that turn yellow in autumn. The flowers appear from early summer onwards resembling short stemmed tulips. They are a yellow green colour and banded at...
from £2.50

Turkey Oak

A large tree and one of the fastest growing oaks. It thrives on chalky soils and near the sea. The leaves are coarsely toothed and slightly rough to the touch.
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Turkish Hazel

A remarkable tree with a symmetrical, pyramidal form which is quite striking. The corky, deeply fissured bark is also an attractive feature. It is the only hazel with a single straight trunk.
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Urn Gum/ Urn Pod Gum

Considered to be more decorative than E. gunnii. Makes a good specimen tree with silver-blue round juvenile and strap-like silver/grey-green adult leaves. Silver white bark maturing to...


A large handsome evergreen shrub with large elliptic corrugated leaves which are dark green above and grey felted beneath. The cream flowers are borne in clusters in spring. The fruits are red,...

Victorian Silver/ Buxton Gum

A medium sized evergreen tree which can be used as hedging or coppiced for floristry. Compact grey-green, wavy edged foliage turning to green with reddish hints as it matures. White, fluffy, scented...

Virginia Creeper

A tall growing clinging vine ideal for high walls. The leaves are made up of 5 leaflets which turn a brilliant orange or scarlet in autumn. The fruits are a blue / black colour.

Virginian Witch Hazel

This is the commercial source of Witch Hazel and can range from a large shrub to a small tree. The flowers have a soft sweet perfume when they appear in the late autumn.
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A slow growing medium sized tree with a rounded head. It produces very valuable wood and the walnut fruit.
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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...
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