Potted Native Trees
Choose 3 or 5 trees from our selection below.
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|Approx height when sent||
1.2 – 2.25 metres
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Alder ~ The Alder is a fast growing, deciduous conical tree. A graceful tree with yellow catkins appearing in late winter and early spring followed by heart shaped glossy deep green leaves.
Amelanchier ~ The Amelanchier Tree, known as “Snowy Mespilus”, is a small tree with star-shaped white flowers in early summer and flame-coloured leaves in autumn with shiny black berries.
Bird Cherry ~ The Bird Cherry Tree is a delicate deciduous spreading tree with racemes of fragrant white star-shaped flowers from late spring, followed by small black cherries which are irresistible to birds. A rewarding tree, fast and easy to grow. Suitable for medium and large gardens.
Crab Apple ~ Crab apple are small to medium-sized deciduous trees with showy pink flowers in spring and ornamental or edible fruit in autumn.
Dogwood ~ A deciduous upright then spreading shrub with wonderful scarlet, young shoots in winter. Dark green foliage fading to a soft green with creamy pink overtones, sometimes red and orange in Autumn. Heads of star shaped creamy white flowers in late spring and early summer followed by sperical white fruits.
Field Maple ~ Fast growing tree with young leaves tinged red, turning to green, then yellow in autumn.
Hornbeam ~ The Hornbeam Tree produces sharply toothed dark green leaves which turn yellow and orange in autumn. Vivid green catkins appear in spring through summer. In late September clusters of winged nuts appear.
Viburnum Fragrans ~ The Viburnum Fragrans Shrub is a favourite for the winter garden, a deciduous shrub with cluster of pink buds, opening white and sweetly scented from November and throughout the winter. Hardy and likes sun or semi shade.
Wild Cherry ~ The Wild Cherry Tree is a deciduous, spreading tree with sprays of white flowers in spring and green leaves turning red and yellow in autumn.