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.
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.
Small upright deciduous tree or large shrub, noted for gloriously coloured foliage. The rich green leaves turn to vivid shades yellow, orange and red-purple in autumn. Red flowers emerge on bare wood in spring, whilst in the winter the exfoliating grey and fawn bark is most attractive. Plant in full sun in moist but well drained fertile soil. Fully hardy, Final height wil be about 8m
Serbian spruce. Very rare in the wild, with only 1,000 individuals remaining in a nature reserve in Serbia, this fully hardy evergreen conifer will grow quickly to form a narrow and handsome ornamental tree. H: 10-20m
Statuesque, conical evergreen and coniferous tree. Highly distinctive blue-green foliage that will make an excellent focal point, especially in winter when deciduous plants are bare. Grows wild in the Rocky Mountains in Wyoming and Colorado, where it is recognised as the State Tree. Prefers full sun and moist but well drained soil. Extremely hardy. H:15m
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
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
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