Trees and Shrubs
Calluna vulgaris is the true Heather of Europe, and National Flower of Norway. It is a small perennial shrub growing to 20 - 50 cm tall (rarely to 1 m), and is found widely in Europe, Great Britain and Asia Minor
Ideal for Specimen and Bonsai
The European Hornbeam (Carpinus betulus), is a small to medium sized tree, typically 10 - 20 m tall but occasionally reaching 30 m. It is native to most of Europe except for northern Britain and most of Scandinavia.
The Sweet Chestnut, also known as the Spanish Chestnut or European chestnut is a species of chestnut originally native to southeastern Europe and Asia Minor. It is a medium-sized to large deciduous tree
Japanese Flowering Quince -The species have become a popular ornamental shrub in parts of Europe and North America, grown in gardens for their bright flowers.
3 - 5 cm diameter. Red stems create winter interest
A species of dogwood native to most of Europe and western Asia, occurring north to England and and east to the Caspian Sea. The flowers are small with four creamy white petals, produced in clusters
Whether you are cultivating a hedge, copse or a specimen tree consider protecting your investment with tree guards
Excellent winter interest
Midwinter Fire Dogwood A medium to large deciduous shrub, growing to around 2 m tall, with bright orange- yellow-at the base and red at the tips. Native to most of Europe and western Asia.
Red Osier Dogwood - A species of dogwood native throughout northern and western North America. Autumn colour is commonly bright red to purple. The flowers are small and dull white in colour.
A species of hazel native to Europe and Asia.It is typically a shrub reaching 3 - 8 m tall, but can reach 15 m. Hazelnuts are extensively used in confectionery to make praline and also used in
combination with chocolate.
followed by spherical, white fruits. Makes a good contrast to Red Stemmed Dogwood.
Yellow Stemmed Dogwood - Has bright greenish-yellow, young shoots in winter and oval, dark green leaves. Small star-shaped, white flowers appearing late spring and early summer