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Betula pendula - Bark

Betula pendula

Silver Birch Tree

Common Name: Silver Birch TreeLatin Name: Betula pendulaSoil: Will grow in most soilsPosition: Full sun or partial shadeFlowering period/colour: March/Yellowy-brown male catkinsHardiness: Fully hardyHeight and spread in 20 years: 8m/3mSpecial features: White peeling bark. (Deciduous)Betula pendula is a graceful native tree, upright growing, the smaller branches becoming pendulous with age. The deciduous leaves are a diamond shape and hold a mid-green colour before turning yellow in autumn. Yellowy brown male catkins in appear in spring. White peeling bark which with age becomes ruggedly fissured and dark-grey, almost black, at the base. These trees are most effective when planted as a close group of 3 and they also make a good windbreak.The silver birch is an extremely popular tree which is widely planted for its highly ornamental white peeling bark. The ornamental bark gives this tree interest all year round, and it looks particularly effective in winter when the rest of the garden is dormant. In spring, diamond-shaped mid-green leaves appear on the upright branches, and at the same time yellow-brown male catkins hang from the tree. Autumn sees the leaves fade to yellow before falling, when they again reveal the beautiful bark. As this tree matures, the branches become more pendulous and the bark develops a real character and becomes deeply fissured and dark grey in colour.

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Quercus robur - Acorns

Quercus robur

English Oak Tree

Common Name: English Oak TreeLatin Name: Quercus roburSoil: Any deep, well-drained, lime-free soilPosition: Full sun or partial shadeFlowering period/colour: Spring/ Yellow-greenHardiness: Fully hardyEventual height/spread: 15m/ 10mSpecial features: Majestic spreading canopy. Distinctive lobed leaves. Acorns in autumn. Wildlife habitat.The English Oak Tree (Quercus robur) is a quintessential piece in any British garden. Timeless and distinct, it stands tall with its spreading canopy and lobed leaves. Thriving in well-drained soil and adaptable to a wide range of conditions, the English Oak Tree is equally comfortable in full sun or partial shade. In spring, it graces your garden with inconspicuous yellow-green flowers, adding a pop of colour to your landscape.As the seasons progress, the English Oak Tree undergoes a transformation. In summer, its lush green foliage provides shade and shelter, creating a vibrant space for wildlife. The shade also acts as the perfect place to relax on hot summer’s days.

In autumn, the tree bears acorns, which not only add visual interest but also serve as a vital food source for local wildlife.With a projected height of 15 metres and a spread of 10 metres in 20 years, the English Oak Tree is a striking presence in any landscape. 

Whether planted as a standalone specimen to provide shade and shelter, or incorporated into a mixed planting project to enhance biodiversity, it will be a cherished and enduring feature of your garden for generations to come.

Get an English Oak Tree today and watch it transform the character of your garden.

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Quercus patrea - Autumn Foliage

Quercus petrea

Sessile Oak Tree

Common Name: Sessile oak, durmast oakLatin Name: Quercus petraeaSoil: Deep, well drained. Acid, alkaline or neutral. Position: Full sun to part shade. Flowering period/colour: Spring, inconspicuous yellow catkins.Hardiness: Hardy in the severest European continental climates (< -20°C).Height and spread in 20-50 years: 12m/8mSpecial features: Statuesque specimen tree, very long lived. Attractive, lobed green leaves and acorns. Orange-brown autumn colour. Quercus petraea is a fine species of oak tree that is ideal as a specimen tree in large parks and gardens. Quercus petraea is known as the Sessile oak because the acorns are borne directly on the twigs (sessile means attached directly at the base), rather than on small stalks (peduncles) as in the pedunculate oak. The Sessile oak is very long lived, and after 300 or so years, can grow to as much as 40m tall with a trunk that is 3m in girth. It forms a broad, spreading crown and the leaves are dark green and lobed. The leaves fall in winter so that this species makes an ideal planting combination with winter and early spring flowering species like wood anemones, snowdrops, bluebells and crocuses. This species is monoecious, with separate male catkins and female flowers on the same tree. Quercus petraea is the national tree of Ireland and a fine example can be seen at Baronscourt Estate, Co Tyrone. This particular example of the tree is more than 24m tall with a circumference of more than 8m. It is well worth visiting the estate to fully appreciate the majesty of this fine tree species.

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Pinus mugo Benjamin

Pinus mugo Benjamin

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Pinus densiflora Low Glow

Pinus densiflora Low Glow

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Pinus sylvestris Doone Valley

Pinus sylvestris Doone Valley

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Pinus strobus Tiny Kurls

Pinus strobus Tiny Kurls

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Pinus contorta Asher

Pinus contorta Asher

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Pinus sylvestris Chantry blue

Pinus sylvestris Chantry blue

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Pinus strobus Hordford

Pinus strobus Hordford

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Pinus mugo Zundert

Pinus mugo Zundert

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Pinus mugo Arpad

Pinus mugo Arpad

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Pinus thunbergii Banshoho

Pinus thunbergii Banshoho

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Pinus densiflora Haybud

Pinus densiflora Haybud

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Pinus densiflora Alice verkade

Pinus densiflora Alice verkade

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