A Great Selection of Deciduous Trees and Shrubs for Gardens of All Sizes.
Honeyberry. These sweet blueberry-like fruits have been eaten for years in their native Siberia and can be enjoyed straight from the bush or in jams, pies and muffins. The sweet taste is similar to that of blueberries, with a slight aftertaste of honey. They are high in antioxidants too! 2ltr deep pot
A very pretty upright, bushy shrub with mid-green leaves. Masses of cup-shaped flowers, pink inside with white and pink stripes outside. Yellow anthers in early summer.
A rounded shrub with glossy, dark green leaves and lacecap flowerheads of pure white from mid to late summer. Height 1.5m. Spread 1.5m.
The particularly rare white form of this unusual small Chinese sub-shrub with beautiful pinnate foliage and comparatively large pure white pea flowers in dense racemes during early summer. Very hardy, this acts as a herbaceous plant, re-growing strongly from the base when pruned hard in late winter. Plant in full sun. Drought tolerant.
New Zealand Tree Fern. A tree-like evergreen fern with delicate fronds, pale green at first darkening with age. 2 litre pot.
Dwarf pomegranate. A small bushy tree with glossy bright green leaves. The pretty funnel-shaped flowers turn into edible pomegranates. Will only grow to 3ft or less in height. 15cm pot
This is a great new deciduous shrub. It has finely cut very dark purple leaves like a maple yet so easy to grow. The foliage provides a perfect foil for the scented pink flowers which bloom in early summer. These turn into red berries, loved by birds & jam makers! Hardy, happy in most soils & positions.
A lovely shrub that flowers from Spring-Autumn. It has large white tubular fliers that hang in clusters. Hardy once it becomes woody. Protect from frost for first 2-3 yrs. Best against a South or West wall in free draining soil. 2 ltr pot.
We think every sunny garden should include one of these! It is deciduous and has vivid cornflower blue flowers in dense clusters in summer and autumn. These look very attractive against the reddish leaves and stalks. The foliage turns beautiful shades of orange & red in autumn. Warm sunny spot, hardy. 3ltr
Mainly grown for its vivid foliage which is bright yellow and beautifully feathered. Attractive conical heads of creamy white flowers appear in May-June followed by vivid red elder fruit in September.
This robust deciduous shrub has handsome, very large, deeply cut foliage. It produces big red fleshed fruit in late summer & is a heavy cropper. It is best grown in full sun in well drained rich soil. Great trained into a fan shape on a south or south west facing wall. Good grown in a pot with restricted roots.