Flowering cherry trees
Amber Beauty is a form of the Manchurian Cherry, notable for dense clusters of white blossom.
Fruiting ornamental trees
A small evergreen ornamental tree which produces edible fruitlets - commonly known as the Strawberry Tree.
Spectacular, bright orange red leaves.A hybrid of Acer rubrum /saccharnum.Height after 10yr 6m/20ft
The Himalayan White Birch, one of the most popular white birches with characteristic bright white bark.
One of the best forms of Prunus serrula, grown for its beautiful peeling brown bark.
A slow-growing form of the Chinese red birch, featuring peeling copper-coloured bark and long catkins.
Flowering dogwood trees
This is the Chinese Dogwood, and features a mass of large white blossom, followed by attractive autumn leaf colours.
The Swedish birch, an attractive columnar silver birch with drooping branches.
This birch features speckled dark bark and an upright habit.
Edinburgh is an upright form of the silver birch, discovered in the Edinburgh Botanic Gardens.
Fascination features coppery-orange papery bark and very long catkins.
A unique silver birch with a compact upright columnar form and pendulous branches.
A slow-growing small birch with bright white papery peeling bark.
A popular snake-bark maple, very attractive striated bark, and golden yellow autumn colours.
A gold-leaved silver birch, with an excellent upright form, white bark, and attractive autumn leaf colours.
A nice example of the Golden Birch, with green-yellow leaves in the summer, turning golden yellow in the autumn.
Hergest is a form of the Chinese red birch, and features copper-coloured bark.
Jermyns is a variety of the Himalayan birch, notable for its bright white bark and large catkins.
A medium-sized maple tree featuring characteristic peeling bark, and strong autumn colours.
One of the best Maples for winter colour, featuring striated bright red bark.
A flowering cherry, but grown primarily for the stunning copper striped bark.
This is the Himalayan cherry, notable for its attractive exfoliating bark, and hairy young shoots.
A popular flowering cherry tree species, well-known for its attractive bark.
A small snake-bark maple featuring brilliant red stems and variegated pink, white, and green leaves.
One of the smaller maples, its main feature is the striated brown/red bark.
An excellent form of the common Hornbeam, notable for its fiery orange-red autumn foliage.
An unusual silver birch with bronze-coloured leaves, and a white stem.
Japanese maple trees
Also known as the Coral Bark maple, Sango Kaku features coral red stems which make a strong winter feature.
A flowering cherry which is useful for public spaces on account of its conical form and attractive bark.
Japanese flowering cherry trees
Prunus Shirotae features large single or semi-double fragrant white flowers, and is perhaps the most beautiful of the white-flowered Japanese cherries.
The Common Silver Birch, native to Europe, popular for its peeling white bark and pendulous branches.
Silver Shadow is one of the loveliest of the Himalayan birches, notable for its presence and pure white stem.
An attractive tree, and one of the best forms of the Himalayan birch, with a bright white stem.
A traditional Japanese flowering cherry, known as the "Great White Cherry" and notable for its very large single white flowers.
A graceful upright silver birch with pendulous shoots cascading from its branches.
This lovely Himalayan Birch is named for its chocolate-coloured peeling striated bark.
This flowering dogwood is characterised by its large white bracts, and attractive red autumn leaf colours.
A weeping silver birch, the branches trail to the ground.