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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.
 
from £1.99
 

Walnut

A slow growing medium sized tree with a rounded head. It produces very valuable wood and the walnut fruit.
 
from £2.99
 

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
 

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
 

White Mulberry

A small tree with lance shaped leaves up to 15cm wide that are the traditional food of silkworms. The whitish fruits change to reedy pink or black later and are edible.
 
£1.99
 

Whitebeam

A neat, oval headed tree with grey hairy leaves. Often planted in streets and gardens. Heads of white flowers in May develop into red berries for the autumn but usually eaten by birds before they...
 
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Wild Cherry

A medium sized tree, with bark that turns mahogany red and peels with age. The white cup shaped flowers give a magnificent display in mid to late spring. The fruits are small and red to purple,...
 
from £1.40
 

Wild Service Tree

An Attractive medium sized tree with Maple like leaves which turn from a glossy dark green to bronze yellow in the autumn. The fruits start spherical and when ripe become elongated and are russet...
 
from £1.99
 

Willowleaf Cotoneaster

A tall evergreen shrub bearing very heavy crops of red fruits in autumn formed from its white flowers. It is however very susceptible to fire blight.
 
£1.82
 

Winged Spindle Tree

Highly decorative small tree/shrub. Bark on trunk and all but the very youngest branches is corky with ridged wings. Small pale green flowers in spring turn into red/purple berries and split open to...
 
£4.00
 
 
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