These are trees we particularly recommend as being amongst the best in their species.
In stockOur recommendationsBest sellerMalus
Malus Butterball is named for its bright yellow fruits, which are also good for crab apple jelly.
Our recommendationsBest sellerSorbus aucuparia
The Rowan or Mountain Ash, native to most parts of the UK. The leaves turn golden red in autumn, accompanied by clusters of red berries. One of the largest species of Sorbus.
Our recommendationsSorbus folgneri
Lemon Drop is a small whitebeam tree, with the characteristic white undersides to its leaves. As the name suggests, the fruitlets are bright yellow.
In stockOur recommendationsBest sellerCrataegus laevigata
A popular small hawthorn with distinctive dark pink blossom with white centres.
In stockOur recommendationsBest sellerMalus x robusta
A deservedly popular crab-apple, Malus Red Sentinel has classic white apple blossom and a profusion of tiny scarlet persistent fruits.
In stockOur recommendationsBest sellerPrunus
Royal Burgundy is a flowering cherry, related to Prunus Kanzan with striking red purple foliage combined with double pink flowers.
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In stockOur recommendationsBest sellerPrunus serrulata
Prunus Shirotae features large single or semi-double fragrant white flowers, and is perhaps the most beautiful of the white-flowered Japanese cherries.
In stockOur recommendationsBest sellerBetula utilis
An attractive tree, and one of the best forms of the Himalayan birch, with a bright white stem.
How to choose Our recommendations
If you are short of time then choose from our recommended list. These are trees which have outstanding qualities, amongst the best of their respective species, are easy to grow, and will make an attractive addition to your garden.