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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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Pinus sylvestris

Pinus sylvestris£14.95

Extremely hardy, evergreen European native tree. Tall, with notably reddish bark and in time forming a flattened crown. Tolerates all but the most extreme environments. H: 10m+


Prunus  'Amanogawa'

Prunus 'Amanogawa'£34.95

Strikingly narrow, columnar flowering cherry, with fragrant pale pink flowers in late spring. Useful for smaller gardens or as an accent, specimen plant. Prefers full sun. Fully hardy. H: 8m


Prunus  'Kiku Shidare Zakura'

Prunus 'Kiku Shidare Zakura'£45.00

A very pretty, small deciduous tree, the weeping branches arching downwards from the trunk. Leaves bronze when young, later glossy green. Flowers fully double, rich pink,in late spring. Best grown in full sun and in any decent garden soil that is reasonably fertile and moist but well-drained. Fully hardy. H: 2.5-4m. Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit


Prunus 'Pink Parasol (Hanagasa )(smaller plants)'£27.50

Recently introduced form of flowering cherry, bred in northern Japan by Masatoshi Asari. Produces masses of light pink double blossoms with green centres, hanging in pendant clusters on long stems. Early foliage has a greeny-bronze tint, maturing to mid-green, followed by a flush of golden yellow in the autumn. Suitable for smaller gardens


Prunus 'Pink Parasol (Hanagasa) (larger plants)'£39.95

Recently introduced form of flowering cherry, bred in northern Japan by Masatoshi Asari. Produces masses of light pink double blossoms with green centres, hanging in pendant clusters on long stems. Early foliage has a greeny-bronze tint, maturing to mid-green, followed by a flush of golden yellow in the autumn. Suitable for smaller gardens


Prunus 'Pink Perfection'£35.00

Gorgeous double pink flowering cherry, flowering quite late. Sometimes still in flower in early May. This beautiful little tree produces double pink flowers emerging from dark pink buds. The flowers open to a slightly paler pin than the buds so there is a good contrast as the flowers open. They are borne in clusters in a classic “cherry blossom” style. The leaves are fairly large and turn bright red in the autumn time. H:4m. Hardy


Prunus  'Shirotae (Mount Fuji)'

Prunus 'Shirotae (Mount Fuji)'£39.95

Small, vigorous tree, slightly drooping in habit. Large single or semi-double fragrant pure white flowers in pendant clusters. Highly recommended ornamental tree for a lawn centre piece for example. Fully hardy. AGM


Prunus 'Shizuka (Syn. Fragrant Cloud)'£45.00

Medium-sized deciduous tree, grown for its masses of fragrant white flowers in spring that fade softly to pink. Grow in full sun in a fertile, deep and moist and well drained soil. Fully hardy and trouble free. H: about 6m


Prunus 'Snow Showers'£49.95

A gorgeous cherry, weeping and compact - ideal for small gardens or for a garden focus. In March-April the pure white single flowers form a cascade before the leaves emerge. Plant in full sun. Hardy. H: 2m


Prunus incisa 'Pendula'£34.95

A really exceptionally pretty small, graceful weeping flowering cherry, ideal for smaller gardens. Produces a mass of single white flowers in midspring, mid-green foliage in summer and a vivid display of autumn foliage colour. Very easy to grow and tolerates full sun through to light shade in most garden soils. Fully hardy. Final height will only be about 2m.


Prunus litigiosa£34.95

Perfect for smaller gardens, Prunus litigiosa has a distinctly upright and columnar habit, taking up very little space. Produces masses of pure white flowers in spring, each hanging on its own stem, and each flower has pendant stamens, the overall effect being most distinctive and very pretty. Fully hardy and easy to grow in fertile, moist and well drained soil. H: 3m


Prunus maackii 'Amber Beauty'£29.95

Prunus maackii Amber Beauty is a really good alternative to the Thibetan cherry (Prunus serrula) on account of its gloriously shiny golden orange bark which will brighten the garden all year round. Small, fragrant white flowers in spring and small cherry-like black fruit in late summer. Plant in full sun or light shade on any decent garden soil. Easy to grow and fully hardy, H:6-8m

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