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.
Unlike most flowering cherries which are grown for their spring blossoms, Prunus 'Royal Flame' goes to the next level, and besides a mass of fragrant, pure white flowers in spring, it also produces a most spectacualr display of richly coloured autumn foliage - red, orange and yellow in abundance, Easy to grow, in full sun or light shade. Fully hardy. H:4-8m
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
Small upright flowering cherry, good choice for smaller gardens. Masses of relatively large single white flowers, flushed with pale pink in spring. Foliage emerges pale coppery-green, matures to dark green for the summer and then turns to a brilliant mix of reds and oranges in the autumn - a versatile and multi-season plant. Easy to growm fully hardy. H: 2-3m
Prunus incisa 'Mikinori' is a large shrub or small tree, with small, toothed mid-green leaves which turn to bright red and orange in the autumn. The small flowers, produced in great abundance, are pink in bud, opening to white with a dark pink eye, and will emrge from bare stems before the foliage, making for a most delicate and elegant show in the spring in the garden. Fully hardy and easy to grow in full sun or light shade on moist and well drained soil. H: 5-6m
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 incisa 'The Bride' is a great choice for smaller gardens, forming a small, rounded, deciduous tree bearing large pure white, single flowers in spring, unusually marked with distinctive with a red central blush. Small enough to be planted in a flower border or even a large pot, as well as a stand-alone feature in the lawn, very tolerant of planting position and soil type. Fully hardy, H: about 2m only.
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 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
Lovely choice for smaller gardens, Prunus kurilensis 'Ruby' flowers early in the spring with a mass of soft pink flowers and is often multi-stemmed, forming more of an upright shrub than a tree. Autumn foliage is a vivid mix of reds and oranges. Tolerates most planting conditions in full sun or light shade. Fully hardy. H: 1.5 to 3m
This is a very beautiful form of the European Bird Cherry, with plum-purple shoots and pale pink flowers in drooping racemes; orange-red foliage in autumn. Full sun required for best flowering, but very tolerant of poor soils. Fully hardy. H: about 7m
Spreading and deciduous tree with large elliptical leaves, with glorious orange-red colour in autumn; clusters pale pink in spring and crimson fruit in autumn. Native to Japan, China and E.Russia. H: 7-8m in East Anglia.
Beautiful ornamental tree with copper (looks varnished) bark that peels. Small insignificant white flowers In late spring. Oval dark green leaves turning yellow in autumn. Native to Yunnan and Sichuan provinces in south-west China. H:10m. Hardy.