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Trees and Shrubs
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An initially slower growing, but lovely form of Willow, with curling/twisting stem growth making a wonderful specimen tree. Regular pruning will keep it under control and encourage the extra “curly” younger growth

Salix Tortousa - Curly Willow

 

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Salix Triandra - Almond Willow

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and pollinated by insects.
Native to Europe and western and central Asia. It usually grows on river banks and wetlands. A deciduous shrub or small tree growing to 10m tall. The flowers are produced in catkins in early spring
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Salix Viminalis - Common Osier

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basketry, giving rise to its alternative common name of "basket willow".
Osiers are commonly found by streams and other wet places. They are widespread throughout both Britain and Ireland, but only at lower altitudes.The flexible twigs means that it is commonly used in
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A deciduous shrub growing to 4-6m (rarely to 10 m) tall. The fruit is a dark purple to black berry, produced in drooping clusters in the late autumn. They are an important food for many fruit-eating
birds.

Sambucus Nigra - Elderberry Tree

 

 

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Sequoiadendron Giganteum

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Ideal for  specimen and bonsai
Redwood / Giant Sequoia - The world's largest tree in terms of total volume. They grow to an average height of 50 - 85m. Giant Sequoia is a very popular ornamental tree in many areas.
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Sorbus Aria - Whitebeam

 

 

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produce scarlet berries, which are often eaten by birds
A deciduous tree, compact and domed, with few upswept branches, it generally favours dry limestone and chalk soils. The cream-white flowers appear in May, are insect pollinated, and go on to
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Sorbus Aucuparia - Rowan

 

 

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fruit is an important food resource for many birds,
A small to medium sized deciduous tree typically growing to 8 – 10m tall. The bark is smooth, silvery grey of young trees, becoming scaly pale grey-brown and occasionally fissured on old trees. The
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Sorbus Intermedia - Swedish Whitebeam

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avenues and urban parks. It is frequently naturalised in the British Isles.
A medium-sized deciduous tree growing to 10 – 20m tall. It is widely grown as an ornamental tree in northern Europe, valued for its tolerance of urban street conditions; it is very commonly used in
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Can grow to a height of 25m. It is relatively rare and is usually confined to pockets of ancient woodland, although it can also be found growing in hedgerows. In late spring it produces branched
clusters of creamy white, five petaled flowers.

Sorbus Torminalis - Wild Service tree

 

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Symphoricarpos Albus - Snowberry

 

A popular ornamental shrub in gardens, grown for its decorative white fruit.   The leaves are rounded, with one or two lobes at the base. The flowers are small, greenish-white to pink.

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