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Field Maple. Excellent for hedging, or as a lovely natural tree, turning butter yellow in autumn. Male and female flowers in spring followed by winged fruit. Height and spread to around 15m x..
Hornbeam. Elegantly shaped large tree with ribbed green leaves and a smooth, muscly trunk covered in grey bark. Suitable as a specimen tree, coppice, topiary or hedge. Height and spread to 25m x 18..
Dogwood. A popular British native used extensively in woodlands, hedges and ornamental gardens. Young shoots are red, leaves colour well in the Autumn. Any soil or position. Height and spread to ar..
Yellow catkins in spring followed by rounded green leaves and delicious hazelnuts in Autumn. Used extensively in mixed hedges and for coppicing. Coppiced sticks are very useful for pea sticks, bean..
Hawthorn. A broad headed tree with mid green leaves and thorny branches. Scented white flowers form in clusters in late spring and are followed by edible red fruit. Used to be known as the bread an..
Cockspur thorn. Clusters of large white flowers in early summer followed by round dark red fruits. Height and spread to around 7m x 5m. Superb autumn colour and spectacular thorns that really shine..
Spindle. A familiar native hedgerow shrub with green stems producing an abundance of pink and scarlet capsules that open to release bright orange seeds in the autumn. Any soil in sun or part shade...
British native. Wavy margined leaves open a soft apple green in spring maturing to a deeper green then yellow and orangey brown in autumn. Dead leaves hang onto the branches through the winter givi..
Large, majestic, pyrimadal tree that can grow to 80ft+ (25m+) by 50ft (15m) wide. Purple young leaves mature to coppery purple, sometimes deep 'spinach green' by midsummer. Great as a specimen tree..