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Ornamental Trees (Pot Grown)

Ornamental Trees are a worthwhile addition to any garden. As well as adding height and structure, they can be rewarding for their spring blossom and autumn leaf colour.

Pot grown ornamental trees are available for planting throughout the spring/summer months.

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Malus 'Golden Hornet' (Pot Grown)
£47.50Malus 'Golden Hornet' (Pot Grown)This popular crab apple produces masses of golden conical fruits that persist into the winter when there is hardly any other bright colour about. The large white flowers have a pretty pink blush. An excellent pollinator.Buy Now
Malus 'Neville Copeman' (Pot Grown)
£47.50Malus 'Neville Copeman' (Pot Grown)This magnificent crab apple is very decorative, producing deep pink/purple blossom in the spring, reddish new foliage that matures to green and large plum-sized red fruits in the autumn that can be used to make jelly.Buy Now
Malus 'Pink Glow' (Pot Grown)
£47.50Malus 'Pink Glow' (Pot Grown)A more disease resistant alternative to John Downie, this is one of the best early season fruiting crab apples for making jelly and an excellent ornamental. The strong single white flowers are followed by large bright pink fruits that look like plums.Buy Now
Prunus 'Pink Shell' (Pot Grown) Flowering Cherry Tree
£56.95Prunus 'Pink Shell' (Pot Grown) Flowering Cherry TreeAn elegant ornamental cherry tree producing an outstanding show of cup-shaped shell-pink flowers set against pale green foliage in early April. The tree is small with a spreading habit and slightly pendulous branches. The foliage turns to shades of bright orange-red in autumn. Chalk tolerant.Buy Now
Sorbus aucuparia 'Asplenifolia' (Pot Grown)
£56.95Sorbus aucuparia 'Asplenifolia' (Pot Grown)A beautiful variety of our British native rowan, renowned for its beautiful mid-green fern-like leaves that turn to fiery shades of orange and red in the autumn for a lovely show. Corymbs of tiny white flowers that are very attractive to bees appear April-May and are followed by heavy clusters of orange-red berries in the autumn, which are popular with native birds. The tree is medium sized and has an upright habit. Will do well in a wide range of soils but does best in a well drained acid to neutral soil, in full sun or lightly dappled shade.Buy Now
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