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Euonymus alatus

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...

Euonymus europaeus

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...

Fagus sylvatica

A versatile majestic tree with a smooth silver grey bark and in autumn the leaves turn a rich copper gold colour. Makes an excellent specimen tree or the most outstanding of hedges. Pollution...

Fagus sylvatica atropurpureum

An outstandingly beautiful tree. This deep purple leaved form of beech is usually grown from seed. The purple plants are then selected from the 50% odd that show the purple form. It is superb hedging...

Frangula alnus(Rhamnus frangula)

A large deciduous shrub or small tree with ovate green leaves that turn an attractive yellow in autumn. Tiny green/cream flowers in June attract masses of bumble and honeybees and are honeyscented....

Fraxinus excelsior

A large tree that is valuable for its timber. Its winter buds are matt black and in spring they have large pinnate leaves. They are fast growing and thrive in almost any soil . They are also tolerant...

Fraxinus ornus

A pretty round topped tree which in late spring has a profusion of scented off white flowers. The leaves turn dark deep purple-red in autumn.

Gaultheria procumbens

Low growing evergreen shrub with small white flowers in summer. Red berries in winter smell of Germolene, as does the foliage. Good in Christmas arrangements.

Gaultheria shallon

A tolerant, useful evergreen which happily spreads under trees and larger shrubs. Small, bell-like, pinkish white flowers in April and May followed by bluish edible berries. Carefree. No pruning...

Gleditsia japonicum

These trees have a light canopy with pinnate leaves that emerge late in the spring and fall early making them an ideal canopy tree for a woodland garden. It is notably resistant to honey fungus and is...
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