UK Native Trees

All of our Native trees are grown in 2 or 3 litre pots. We also sometimes have a number of them in larger  10 litre pots. 

betu pubescens

Downy Birch. This lovely tree grows well on damp soils. It is a native to the Isle of Skye . Conical tree with pendulous branches, downy stems and peeling white bark. Diamond-shaped dark green leaves turn yellow in Autumn. Height 20m. Spread 10m. Aspect Full Sun/Partial Shade. Deciduous. Foliage colour Green. Hardy. Fertile soil. Usage: Border,

corylus avellana

Hazel. An upright tree-like shrub with heart-shaped green leaves. Bears yellow catkins late winter early spring. Produces edible hazelnuts. Height 5m. Spread 5m. Aspect Full Sun/Partial Shade. Deciduous. Foliage colour Green. Hardy. Fertile soil. Usage: Woodland

fagus sylvatica

Common Beech. A British native tree with wavy margined leaves, pale at first, turning glossy dark green, then yellow to orange-brown in autumn. Height 25m. Spread 15m. Aspect Full Sun/Partial Shade. Deciduous. Foliage Colour Green. Hardy. Most types soil. Usage : Woodland and Hedging.

pinus sylvestris

Scots Pine. A tall conical to columnar conifer with blue-green, twisted needle-like, leaves. Produces green cones ripening brown. Height 15m, 30m. Spread 6m, 9m. Aspect Full Sun. Evergreen. Foliage colour Blue, Green. Hardy. Most types soil. Usage: Specimen, Woodland

prunus padus

Bird Cherry. A spreading tree with dark green leaves that turn red or yellow in autumn. Pretty cup-shaped white flowers in late spring followed by glossy blue-black fruit. Height 15m. Spread 10m. Flower colour White. Aspect Full Sun. Flowers April, May. Fruit colour Blue, Black. Fruits June. Deciduous. Foliage colour Green. Hardy. Most types soil. Usage: Specimen.