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Ornamental trees

We stock a large range of ornamental trees, to suit all gardens small and large.  Other than during the early winter period, our trees are containerised into pots, ranging from 7.5 litres to 20 litres.  The great majority of our trees are 6 to 8 feet tall and will readily fit into an estate car.

We are happy to deliver trees, charges being based on the return mileage from the nursery.

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Crataeagus mordenensis 'Toba'

Crataeagus mordenensis 'Toba'£29.95

Morden hawthorn. A hybrid form of hawthorn growing into a small and very hardy tree. Leaves are glossy and deeply incised, whilst the masses of clustered small creamy-white flowers fade to pale pink most prettily. Small red fruit in autumn. Very tolerant of all sorts of soil conditions, climates and aspects, making a lovely small to medium sized ornamental tree. H:4-6m.


Crataegus persimilis prunifolia 'Splendens'£34.95

Rounded deciduous thorny tree with large glossy green leaves turning brilliant orange-red in autumn. Dense white flowers with pink anthers in early summer followed by red fruit. Hardy. Full sun or partial shade. AGM. H:4-8m.


Davidia involucrata

Davidia involucrata£39.95

Conical tree with attractive toothed leaves. When mature (5-15 years) produces flowers, each surrounded by spectacular large white bracts. Fully hardy. H: 10m


Euonymus wilsonii£19.95

A rare and evergreen shrub, capable of climbing, with elegant lanceolate leaves tapering to a long slender point. Fruits are highly characteristic, hanging on a stalk perhaps 30mm long, forming a yellow capsule (aril) loosely resembling a hedgehog. Introduced from Mt Omei in western China in 1904. Fully hardy and very tolerant of most soils and aspects. Final height:3-4m


Fagus sylvatica

Fagus sylvatica£34.95

Splendid, spreading large tree. Glossy green leaves turning yellow-orange-brown in autumn. Hardy. Will thrive best on well-drained soil in sun or partial shade. AGM. H:25m.


Ginkgo biloba

Ginkgo biloba£29.95

Maidenhair Tree. Spreading with dull grey bark and fan-shaped mid-yellow green leaves. Pendulous yellow male flowers and round female flowers produce yellow fruit in autum and yellow autumn colour. H:10-12m. Well drained soil.


Laburnum x watereri 'Vossii'

Laburnum x watereri 'Vossii'£29.95

Medium-sized deciduous and spreading tree or as here, a large multi-stem shrub, bearing a profusion of spectacular, pendant yellow racemes in late spring and early summer. Full sun. Fully hardy. H:4-6m


Larix decidua

Larix decidua£27.50

Vigorous, deciduous conifer. Beautiful bright apple-green needles when young. Small erect cones. Leaves turn to a wonderful warm golden-yellow in autumn before shedding. Extremely hardy. Happy in either full sun sun or partial shade. H: 8-10m


Liquidambar styraciflua 'Palo Alto'

Liquidambar styraciflua 'Palo Alto'£29.95

Sweet gum. A lovely variation on this excellent hardy ornamental tree. In its early years the habit is pyramidal but later widening somewhat to become more conical. The crown is densely crowded with glossy green palmate leaves that in autumm will turn to rich tones of red, gold and yellow. Very robust and easy to grow, tolerating most soils and aspects. Fully hardy. H:8-10m


Liquidambar styraciflua 'Worplesdon'

Liquidambar styraciflua 'Worplesdon'£29.95

Lovely ornamental tree with deeply lobed leaves, producing purple and then orange leaves in the Autumn. Prefers full sun and well-drained soil. Hardy. H:10m. AGM


Liriodendron tulipifera

Liriodendron tulipifera£29.95

Vigorous, deciduous tree. Leaves almost square in shape, flowers prominent and pale green. Prefers full sun or light shade. Fully hardy. Capable of growing into a substantial and very impressive tree, so plnat accordingly. Final height may well be in the range of 15-20m in East Anglia.


Maclura pomifera£24.95

Osage orange A very rare, medium sized deciduous tree or perhaps a large shrub if allowed to develop a multi-stem habit. The fruit is roughly spherical, bumpy, inedible, large, 8cm to as much as 15 centimetres in diameter turning bright yellow-green in the autumn. The leaves are oval, some 8 to 13cm long, dark glossy green, turning bright yellow in autumn. prefers deep and fertile soil and full sun. H: approximately 6-8m


Magnolia kobus '(Smaller plants)'

Magnolia kobus '(Smaller plants)'£25.00

Beautiful deciduous tree. Profusion of fragrant cup-shaped white flowers before leaves appear in the spring. Grow in full sun and fertile, moist but well drained soil. Fully hardy. Potential height quite substantial, but 5-6m most probably in Norfolk.


Magnolia stellata 'Royal Star'£29.95

Large deciduous shrub to small tree, producing numerous star-shaped white flowers opening from pink buds in early spring. Native to mountain woodlands in Japan. Best in a sheltered position and preferably not on chalky soil but otherwise it is very tolerant of other soil types and is happy in full sun or dappled shade.

Magnolia stellata 'Royal Star, will grow to 5m in height but probably less here in Norfolk due to our generally dry climate.


Magnolia virginiana

Magnolia virginiana£39.95

Sweetbay Magnolia. An extremely fine and sadly all-too rare ornamental tree, grown for its very large fragrant creamy-white flowers and correspondingly large leaves. Effectively fully hardy in all but the very coldest parts of the UK, happy down to -10C. Magnolia virginiana will be happiest in fertile and reliably moist soils in full sun or some dappled shade. H: 6-8m


Magnolia virginiana 'Ludoviciana'

Magnolia virginiana 'Ludoviciana'£49.95

Sweetbay Magnolia. An extremely fine and sadly all-too rare ornamental tree, grown for its very large fragrant creamy-white flowers and correspondingly large leaves. Effectively fully hardy in all but the very coldest parts of the UK, happy down to -10C. Magnolia virginiana will be happiest in fertile and reliably moist soils in full sun or some dappled shade. H: 6-8m


Magnolia x brooklynensis 'Yellow Bird'£49.99

A wonderful buttery yellow flowering magnolia - one of the best, hardiest yellows. Fully hardy and flowering just before the leaves appear in spring, so the first frosts should be avoided. Introduced by the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. The numerous flowers are upright and large. The large shrub/small tree, oval in shape, is pretty slow growing and prefers partial shade or sun. H: 6m.


Malus  'Adirondack (syn. Admiration)'

Malus 'Adirondack (syn. Admiration)'£39.95

Naturally dwarf and upright ornamental tree. Dense clusters of waxy white flowers in late spring emerge from deep carmine red buds, making this an excellent pollinator for apple trees.. Masses of bronze-red fruits persist well into winter, invaluable for wildlife or perhaps winter flower-arrangements. H: 2.5m


Malus  'Indian Magic'

Malus 'Indian Magic'£45.00

Very pretty small ornamental tree. Deep red buds open to large deep pink flowers in spring. Glossy red fruit age to orange and persist deep into winter, ideal for feeding birds in the coldest weather. Purple-green foliage. Best in full sun and rich, reasonably moisture-retentive soil. Fully hardy. H:4m


Malus 'Jelly King (MM106)'£24.95

A recent introduction and bred with crab apple jelly making in mind. Masses of pure white blossom in spring (great for bees), followed by unusually large fruits, flushed orange, pink and red. Plant in full sun and in fertile, moist and well drained soil. Fully hardy. Height on the MM106 rootstock will be about 3.5m, so ideal for smaller gardens.


Malus  'John Downie'

Malus 'John Downie'£39.95

Narrow and deciduous tree with bright green glossy leaves; white flowers in spring followed by large flaggon-shaped orange-red glossy fruit. AGM. Prefers full sun. Fully hardy. H:10m


Malus  'Professor Sprenger'

Malus 'Professor Sprenger'£34.85

Extremely versatile, robust and easy to grow ornamental tree, ideal for smaller gardens or compact spaces. Forms a broadly rounded, compact crown, producing masses of pure white fragrant blossom from pink buds in spring, followed by equally profuse orange to yellow fruit in the autumn which persist into the winter, providing very welcome food for foraging birds. Height: about 5m


Malus 'Rosehip'£24.95

Top choice for a smaller garden, Malus 'Rosehip' not only produces masses of very pretty white blossom emerging from pink buds but goes on to bear gernerous crops of glossy, bright red cab apples in late summer and autumn - good for cooking or leave for the birds. Plant in full sun and moist, fertile soil. Fully hardy and easy to grow. Final height: about 4m


Malus baccata£45.00

Malus baccata is an extremely hardy, spreading crab apple sporting fragrant white blossom in great profusion in spring; great for bees. The flowers are followed by small reddy orange apples in late summer and through into the winter. Very hardy. H:2-3m. Full sun or semi shade.


Malus baccata 'Street Parade'

Malus baccata 'Street Parade'£35.00

Small, deciduous tree. An excellent variety suitable for a small garden or for street/avenue planting because of it's slim oval shape. Pure white flowers emerge in May from pale pink buds. Shiny purple fruits then form. The new leaves in the spring are pinkish turning a dark green and then a wonderful yellow in the autumn. Hardy. H: 6m.

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