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Acer griseum

Acer griseum£35.00

Rare in the wild, and very noteworthy as a garden tree, most especially for its copiously peeling coppery-brown bark. Fully hardy. H: 5-8m

Acer rufinerve

Acer rufinerve£35.00

Snake Bark Maple. Arching deciduous tree with green and white striped bark. Green leaves turn a brilliant red in the autumn. Greenish-yellow flowers followed by red-winged fruit. Fully hardy. H:10m

Aesculus flava

Aesculus flava£65.00

Sweet buckeye. Medium-sized tree and the only chestnut to have yellow flowers, borne in May or June. Native to S.E. USA. AGM. Fully hardy. Sun or semi-shade.

Aesculus indica

Aesculus indica£19.95

Indian Horse Chestnut. A magnificent specimen tree. Young foliage flushed bronze, matures to deep green and turns orange and yellow in autumn. Very large panicles of pink-white flowers in early summer. (Not susceptible to the leaf miner.) Fully hardy. H: 10-15m. Sun or semi-shade

Aesculus parviflora

Aesculus parviflora£19.99

Deciduous open small tree/shrub. Attractive bronze young leaves which turn dark green then yellow in autumn. Panicles of red centred white flowers in late summer-autumn. H:3-4m. Full sun. Well drained soil. Hardy.

Alnus cordata

Alnus cordata£35.00

Conical deciduous tree with shiny deep green leaves. Long green catkins in late winter. Unusually for alders, will tolerate dry conditions but prefers moisture. Native to Corsica and mainland Italy. Fully hardy. H:15m

Alnus glutinosa 'Imperialis'

Alnus glutinosa 'Imperialis'£39.95

Handsome ornamental tree for a damp spot, with deeply cut mid-green leaves and long yellow-brown catkins. Fully Hardy. Maximum height: 10-20m

Amelanchier laevis 'Snowflakes'

Amelanchier laevis 'Snowflakes'£39.99

Attractive small tree with large single white flowers appearing in spring in contrast to the young copper foliage. Small dark purple-red fruits attract the birds in late summer. Suitable for sun or partial shade in a well drained but moist soil. Fully hardy. H:5m

Amelanchier lamarckii 'Robin Hill (standard tree)'

Amelanchier lamarckii 'Robin Hill (standard tree)'£35.00

Lovely upright small tree with very attractive pale pink flowers in spring, edible black-blue fruits in autumn. Green foliage turns brilliant red in autumn. Fully Hardy. H:5m

Betula albosinensis£45.00

Introduced from China in 1901, with bright orange-red peeling bark and good foliage. Fully hardy, and growing to around 6-8m. Birches thrive on moister soils and young tree respond very well to being watered in their first season or two. Extremely hardy and wind resistant. H:6-8m

Betula albosinensis var. septentrionalis

Betula albosinensis var. septentrionalis£25.00

One of the most desireable of the 'paper bark' birches. Smooth orange-grey bark is shed in large sheets to reveal warm copper beneath, a very attractive combination. Fully hardy. H: 5-10m

Betula maximowicziana

Betula maximowicziana£19.95

Monarch Birch. Highly regarded deciduous conical tree with pink-grey-white bark. Deep-green heart-shaped leaves turn yellow in autumn. Yellow-bronze catkins to 12cm in spring. Fully hardy. H: 25m

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