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.
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.
This is a lovely and charming species with long tapered dark green healthy leaves, single shell-shaped, ivory white flowers and profuse clusters of small transluscent dark red fruits persistent into December.
A small, beautiful, dainty and graceful tree with horizontally tiered branches with pink flowers in spring, followed in autumn by persistent small dark purple fruits, much loved by birds in winter, offsetting a delightful flush of golden foliage. Fully hardy. H+S 3m
Very pretty ornamental tree. Rich pink blossom contrast beautifully with the emerging purple foliage which then turns green in the summer and, in autumn, provides a dramatic splash of scarlet and purple in the autumn. The small crab apple fruits are both numerous and deep purple-red in colour. Fully hardy and easy to grow. H: 3-4m
A compact ornamental tree, with lovely scented white 'apple blossom' flowers and large attractive red fruits which persist well into autumn, and which are ideal for making crab apple jelly. Best in full sun and moist but well drained rich soil. Fully hardy. H:4-5m
Delightful very small ornamental tree. Masses of white flowers in spring making it a very good pollinator for early flowering apple trees. Fruit are also produced early, bright pink and almost resembling plums, excellent for jelly making. Fully hardy and trouble free. Good subject for a large pot. H: 2m
Originally raised by Notcutts in 1959, producing pink buds opening to white blossom; masses of large, deep red fruit from autumn and into winter. Excellent small garden tree. Apples stay on into the winter and attract the birds. H: about 4-5m
Dawn Redwood. Effectively the Chinese cousin of the redwoods found on the eastern seaboard of north America. A deciduous and vigorous tree, especially when young, ultimnatle reaching reaching 30m or so, given sufficient soil moisture. . Thick and fibrous bark, and bright green young foliage. Prefers full sun. Fully hardy.
Deciduous spreading small tree or large shrub. Flaking grey and fawn bark. Rich green leaves turning yellow, orange and red-purple in autumn. Red flowers on bare wood in spring. H:7m. Full sun. Hardy. Moist but well drained soil.