A Great Selection of Deciduous Trees and Shrubs for Gardens of All Sizes.
A lovely deciduous shrub with glossy dark green foliage. It has upright growth with loose conical clusters of greenish white early flowers. Best grown in moist, fertile soil in semi-shade. Shelter from strong winds, good in north facing positions. 3ltr
This new deciduous form has white blooms in large panicles which turn rich pink then red as they mature. Best grown in moist, fertile soil in semi-shade. Shelter from strong winds, good in north facing positions. 17cm pot.
Mock Orange. An arching shrub with clusters of large cup-shaped, highly fragrant white flowers with a slightly pink-flushed centre.
Also know as the Pearl Bush as the opening flower buds resemble pearls. The arching branches are covered in white flowers throughout April and May. The red and orange leaf colour in autumn is stunning. Ultimate height and spread of 2m.
Elegant, dwarf, deciduous Japanese weeping willow shrub or small tree, bearing creamy-pink variegated young foliage that gradually fades. Orange-coral stems at leaf-fall. Yellow catkin type flowers in April. Ht. 2mt.(6ft.). Grows in full sun and moist, even wet, free draining soil. Can be grown in containers. Looks good by ponds or streams.
A bushy shrub with deeply veined, dark green leaves, purple-red in autumn. Pretty white flowers mature to pink in late spring.
Medium sized deciduous shrub. Flowers lilac-pink edged white in e.summer with neat green leaves. very free flowering. Thrives on any fertile well drained soil
Witch Alder. A dense bushy shrub with oval blue-green leaves, turning bright red, orange, and yellow in autumn. Fragrant white, bottlebrush flowers borne before the leaves. 3ltr pot
Corkscrew Hazel. A shrub with heart-shaped green leaves and strongly twisted stems, that are particularly effective in winter. Bears yellow catkins late winter early spring. Grafted plants in 3ltr pots
A very attractive viburnum with large heads of white flowers, flushed pink at the edges. Very free flowering. Foliage gives good autumn colour. 3ltr
An attractive tree-like shrub with dull green toothed leaves, turning orange-yellow to red in autumn. Clusters of delicate, pendent bell-shaped creamy yellow flowers, veined red-pink.
An unusual and exciting cross between Cornus kousa and Cornus capitata, this beautiful selection has masses of large, creamy-white bracts in mid-summer. The flower bracts of Cornus x 'Norman Haddon' turn pink just before they fall and in hot years pendent, strawberry-like red fruit appear later in summer. 3ltr