Cash and Carry
Deciduous trees are by far the largest selection available. We can supply native trees as well as ornamental varieties such as Beech, Hornbeam, Birch, Lime and Oak.
We have Evergreen Trees for screening or providing privacy. Other options include Photinia Red Robin, Privet, Bay, Laurel, Euonymus or Evergreen Oak, some of these also produce berries and flowers.
We have easy to grow Fruit Trees avaible that require little attention and self pollination. Trees such as apple, pear, cherry, plum are available or can source specific varieties to your requirements.
Pleached Trees Ideal for screening at a high level.
Multi-stem and Umbrella Forms
Box, Yew, Laurel, Thuja and Holly can either be supplied potted for all year round planting or bare root and root balled.
Specimen shrubs provide permanent structure in the garden and all-year-round interest. Some have beautiful flower displays or are highly scented in winter when little else is growing, and some have variegated or colourful foliage which is a perfect foil for summer perennials and a feature in itself during the winter. Grow evergreen shrubs as stand-alone specimens, as part of a mixed border or as hedging.
These plants flower annually adding colour and texture each summer before dying back in the autumn. Their seasonality means herbaceous perennials pair well with evergreen plants so as to not leave barren beds in the winter months.
Our range of bamboo and ornamental grasses are perfect planting partners to summer annuals and add height and structure to borders. Grasses will attract wildlife into your garden by provide food and shelter.
Ground cover plants are useful in the garden for covering bare patches of soil beneath trees or shrubs or for covering steep banks where access is difficult. Their roots also help to stabilise soil on steep slopes. Ground cover plants brighten up otherwise dull areas and will suppress weeds, making them ideal for a low-maintenance garden.
Climbers are a versatile group of plants. They can be used to cover fences, walls, trellis or arches. You can also train certain shrubs as ‘wall shrubs’ for the same effect.