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.
Wonderful small sturdy tree providing loads of colour. Very floriferous and fragrant in spring. The flowers are pink with a small white star in the centre followed by small glossy red fruits. Leaves are small and lobed and this variety is resistant to leaf blight. Thornless. H:5-6m. Full sun or partial shade. Well drained soil. Hardy.
A rare and very attractive fom of almost thornless hawthorn, (previously known as C. laciniata) noted for its deeply cut downy grey-green foliage, gray flaking bark, masses of white flowers in the spring and large orange fruit in the autumn. Very robust and fully hardy, growing into a choice specimen medium-sized and rounded tree. H: 4-5m
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.
One of the best ornamental hawthorns, native to the SE USA and growing into a dense, rounded, and largely thorn-free tree that may grow to 6-8m in height with a broad spreading crown. Glossy dark green leaves, turning to purple-red in autumn. Fragrant white flowers in spring will attract bees. Abundant large red fruits will be winter treat for the birds. Fully hardy and very robust, Easy to grow, trouble free and will thrive in almost any type of garden soil and aspect.
Grows into a compact tree some 4-5m tall and equally broad. White flowers in midsummer contrast well with broad deep green leaves; large, persistent orange-red fruits and good autumn leaf colour. A beautiful and significant addition to your garden or woodland. H: 4m.
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.
A rare and evergreen shrub, capable of climbing, with elegant lanceolate leaves tapering to a long slender point. Fruits are highly characterisic, 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
A very rare, pretty and fully hardy ornamental tree. Leaves are broadly oval, but with a drawn-out tip, toothed margins and green or gey beneath. Young foliage is a vivid red, contrasting sharply with the mid-green of more mature leaves. Flowers are most unusual, forming a cluster of small, narrow red inflorescences, that mature and ripen to form clusters of red and green pendant seed pods.