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Trees and Shrubs

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Ideal as a specimen and Bonsai
A large tree, reaching 30-45 m tall and trunk diameter of up to 3 m.. It loses the leaves in the winter months, hence the name 'Bald.'

Taxodium Distichum -Swamp Cypress

 

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Taxus Baccata - Yew

 

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Ideal as a Specimen
A small to medium-sized evergreen tree, growing 10-20 m tall, exceptionally up to 28 m. It is relatively slow growing, but can be very long-lived.
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Thuja Plicata - Western RedCedar

 

 

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Western Redcedar is a large tree, to 50-60 m tall and 3 m (exceptionally 6 m) trunk diameter.  The tree is shade-tolerant, and able to reproduce under dense shade.  
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Whether you are cultivating a hedge, copse or a specimen tree consider protecting your investment with tree guards
Whether you are cultivating a hedge, copse or a specimen tree consider protecting your investment with tree guards
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Tilia Cordata - Small Leaved Lime / Linden

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A tree widely grown as an ornamental tree through out its native range in Europe. The tree is found across much of England, from southern England northwards to about Durham.
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Tsuga Heterophylla -Western Hemlock

 

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is the largest species of hemlock. It can be of importance in forestry for timber and paper production, and as an ornamental tree in large gardens, in northwest Europe.
A large evergreen coniferous tree growing to 50-70m tall, and with a trunk diameter of up to 2.7 m. It
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Ulex Europeaus - Gorse

 

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from entering private properties, and may prevent break-ins if planted under windows and near drainpipes.
These shrubs are used by homeowners/landscape architects for home security purposes. The sharp thorns of many species deter unauthorized persons
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Ulmus Glabra - Scottish Elm/Wych Elm

 

 

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A large deciduous tree native to Europe, Asia Minor, and the Caucasus.  In the British Isles, it was by far the most common elm in the north and west of the region.  The tree sometimes reaches heights of 40 m,.
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Ulmus Parvifolia - Chinese Elm

- Wayfaring Tree

Particularly Ideal as specimen or as bonsai
A species of elm native to China, Japan, North Korea and Vietnam. A small to medium-sized deciduous/semi-deciduous tree growing to 10-18m tall with a slender trunk and crown.
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Viburnum Lantana - Wayfaring Tree

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A deciduous shrub or small tree growing to 4 - 5m tall.  It is commonly grown as an ornamental plant for its flowers and berries, growing best on alkaline soils.
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A deciduous shrub growing to 4 - 5m tall.  It is commonly grown as an ornamental plant for its flowers and berries, growing best on moist, moderately alkaline soils, though tolerating most soil types well.

 

 

 

Viburnum Opulus - Guelder Rose

 

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