Catalogue of trees for sale
- Our recommendations8
These are trees we particularly recommend as being amongst the best in their species.
- Amelanchier trees8
Amelanchiers, sometimes known as Juneberries, offer attractive white blossom and multiple autumn colours.
- Birch trees Betula21
Graceful trees, usually with attractive bark.
- Crab-apple trees Malus47
We have one of the widest selections of crab-apple trees available in the UK.
- Elm trees Ulmus2
Elms are a diverse widespread group of deciduous trees, particularly useful in parks and streets.
- Flowering cherry trees Prunus53
We have one of the widest selections of ornamental flowering cherry trees available in the UK.
- Flowering dogwood trees Cornus5
The flowering dogwoods are hardy versatile small trees, often with long-lasting spring blossom.
- Flowering pear trees Pyrus4
Flowering pear trees offer attractive spring blossom, and usually good autumn colour, and are easy to grow.
- Ginkgo trees Ginkgo1
Ginkgos are attractive and distinctive trees with an ancient lineage.
- Hawthorn trees Crataegus7
A diverse range of hardy deciduous trees with attractive blossom and fruitlets.
- Hazel bushes Corylus2
Hazels provide excellent winter interest with their attractive catkins.
- Hornbeam Carpinus1
- Japanese maple trees Acer palmatum6
Our selection of Japanese acers or maple trees, grown for their oriental beauty and autumn colours.
- Lilac Syringa11
Lilacs (Syringa) are small trees or large shrubs known for their superb scented flowers.
- Magnolia Magnolia22
- Maple trees Acer22
A genus of large stately trees, easy to grow, and often with spectacular autumn colours.
- Robinia trees Robinia2
Robinias are versatile hardy trees and shrubs that will grow in most conditions.
- Rowan trees Sorbus42
Rowan or Mountain Ash trees are hardy attractive trees, easy to grow in most situations.
- Albizia (Silk) trees Albizia5
Attractive small trees with feathery foliage and fluffy flowers.
- Liquidambar trees6
Liquidambar styraciflua or sweet gums are deciduous trees notable for spectacular autumn leaf colours.
- Whitebeam trees10
Whitebeams are part of the Sorbus group, closely related to the Rowans / Mountain Ash.
- Fruiting ornamental trees3
Trees grown primarily for ornamental appeal, but which also may produce fruit.
- Native trees4
- Evergreen trees4