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A Small Selection Of Our Trees and Hedging Plants at the Tree Nursery...
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Acer palmatum is a small tree with small, deeply 5 to 7 lobed leaves often colouring well in autumn...£59.00Hawthorn (also known as Quickthorn or May Blossom) is a fast growing, deciduous hedge. Red berries i...Price From: £0.36 As low as: £0.24Slower growing than Cupressocyparis Leylandii , dense with a columnar habit. Well suited for hedging...Price From: £23.20
An evergreen conifer with golden foliage, which looks striking when trimmed. A great architectural f...£148.00One of our fastest growing trees. Cupressocyparis Leylandii is fantastic for hedging, as a screening...Price From: £23.20A large deciduous conifer with soft green needles and brilliant autumn colour. Available sizes ...£1.02 As low as: £0.72
Photinia Red Robin tree is a very popular dense tree with a rounded head that creates a superb everg...Price From: £105.00One of the finest of all the Japanese cherry trees and possibly the best of the white flowering, the...£0.001.2 high spiral guard. Available sizes SizePrice (£)Min. order 1.2m high spiral gua...£1.20
Taxus baccata is an evergreen native conifer, perfect for formal gardens. Taxus Baccata (English Yew...Price From: £3.50
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