Online Catalogue | Trees
Maple tree. Genus of trees renowned for their beautiful foliage and autumn colours.
Small trees or large shrubs producing masses of blossom in spring.
Genus of fast-growing trees grown mainly for their attractive bark.
Long-lived drought resistant trees for well drained soil. Moderately lime-tolerant.
Indian Bean Tree. Genus of trees with large leaves and white foxglove-type flowers.
Cedar trees. Genus of majestic trees renowned for their stunning silhouettes.
Family of large shrubs or small trees bearing pea-like flowers.
(Dogwood) Choice flowering relatives of the common dogwood.
Hazel trees. Small, multi-stemmed trees bearing colourful catkins in late winter.
Large genus of small trees and shrubs, most bearing red berries.
Hawthorn family. Small trees suitable for the smallest garden.
Fast-growing evergreens from Australia.
Small trees grown for their winged bark, autumn colour and unusual berries.
Beech trees. Graceful trees providing stunning autumn tints.
Ash trees. Wide range of fast-growing ornamentals related to our native ash.
Unusual deciduous conifers. Once thought extinct and only known from fossils.
(Juniper) Evergreen conifers suitable for all types of gardens.
Fast-growing, maple-like trees with stunning autumn colour.
Genus of two species of deciduous trees. Excellent specimen trees.
The apple family. Genus of trees grown for their blossom and fruit. Good for wildlife.
Multi-stemmed, snaking trunks create interest all year round. Related to hamamelis.
Pine trees. Large family of trees all bearing long needle-like foliage. All produce scaly tough cones.
Flowering cherries. Short-lived but quick-growing trees. Most have autumn colour.
The oaks. Large family of trees both deciduous and evergreen. Surprisingly fast growing.
Genus cultivated for their alternate, pinnate leaves and racemes of pea-like flowers.
About 100 species of trees and shrubs. Most have cream flowers followed by berries.
Evergreen foliage and reddish bark. Used for hedging or as a specimen plant.