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Sometimes weather variations (or lack of variation) in growing seasons has a marked effect on production.
We truly believe this crop of 200L stock is magnificent. To quote the boss 'It is some of the best 200L stock we have ever produced". For anyone looking to make an immediate impact with a sizeable tree, our 200L stock is truely worth a long look. At this size, any one of these selections will make the most beautiful feature tree.
These selections are deciduous. Please note that in the latter part of autumn and winter, these trees are without leaf, fruit or flower.
Make immediate impact with this gorgeous upright Japanese Maple with lacy leaves that turn gold to crimson in autumn. Great for courtyards and small gardens where there is protection from full sun.
This is one beautiful statement tree especially in autumn when foliage turns from green to bright orange and deep red. All parts of the tree display red in varying shades.
The oldest known tree species in the world! Unique foliage and lateral branching also make this a stand-out feature tree. And it has charming golden hues in autumn.
Fine bipinnate leaves makes for a stunningly graceful feature tree. Gleditsia looks fabulous in autumn when pendulous foliage turns golden but is also a popular selection for shade in summer.
There are many reasons why Crepe Myrtle is so popular - its stunning reddish/orange foliage in autumn, caramel-pink bark, and intense summer flowering. Sioux produces a profusion of hot musk-pink flowers.
This is a beautiful tree with large shapely leaves with the most beautiful solitary flowers. These sit in the extreme-most upper branches and resemble tulips.
This fast growing tree has attractive green bipinnate leaves producing long lasting yellow bead-like fruits. Flowers are very showy and foliage turns golden shades in autumn.
This is the ever-so-popular white flowering Crepe Myrtle. Its compact growth makes it perfect as a feature tree in front and back yards, as well as in streetscapes. Dark green leaves change to orange before falling.
This medium sized ornamental pear works definitely well as a feature tree. It has a dense growth habit and upright growth habit so suitable for domestic gardens. Fantastic scarlet red foliage is a feature in autumn.
'Snow Pear' is very fitting common name for this ornamental pear as it takes on a silvery green tone when in leaf which makes it an excellent tree for colour contrast. In autumn, foliage turns a beautiful bright red.
Another form of Pyrus that grows more outwardly than others we grow. Makes a beautiful specimen tree when leaves turn oranges and reds in autumn, and a marvellous shade tree in summer.
This is a very under-rated and under-utilised tree. Heart-shaped leaves, and beautiful autumn colours of crimson, orange and yellow are definite features. It is also relatively fast-growing.