A Great Selection of Deciduous Trees and Shrubs for Gardens of All Sizes.
This is an upright deciduous shrub with curious twisted stems & crinkly purple heart shaped leaves. In winter it has purple catkins followed by purple hazlenuts. So all year round interest & it is ideal in smaller gardens unlike its bigger growing green relative. Best in moist free draining soil in sun/part shade
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.
Mock Orange. An arching shrub with clusters of large cup-shaped, highly fragrant white flowers with a slightly pink-flushed centre.
One of the most distinctive flowering architectural plants, with layers of tiered branches, which are clothed in flat white flower umbels in early summer. The flowers stand out well against the dark green summer leaves with lovely Autumn colour
Silk Tree. A deciduous shrub from Japan and western Asia. A member of the mimosa family, so has soft feathery foliage.
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.
An upright shrub with dark green leaves, bronze when young. Fragrant, tubular rose tinted dark pink flowers, on bare stems from late autumn to 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
We think this is a most choice deciduous shrub. It has elegant pinnate leaves on long arching stems. These produce slender racemes of pretty pink flowers from June to September. The fresh green foliage goes so well with the bright pea flowers. Best given a bit of shelter in full sun and light soil. Hardy.
A graceful deciduous shrub that is highly sought after for it's spectacular fragrant foxglove flowers in clusters during April/May. The flowers are creamy white, pink flushed with orange markings, loved by bees. These are followed by papery fruits. Fully hardy. Thrives in any fertile soil, even chalk.
We think this is a most agreeable little plant. The whole plant smells of lemons. It has dainty sprays of tiny white/lilac flowers in summer. It is a rather tender shrub & does best against a warm sheltered wall or in a conservatory. Happy in poor sandy soil. Can be used to make Lemon Verbena Tea.