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Woodland Trees and Shrubs

Woodland Trees and Shrubs

Woodland Trees and Shrubs

These plants are all barerooted and are suitable for planting during the winter months in woodland situations. Most of these will be native plants indeginous to UK. They are likely to require protection from rabbits and possibly deer 

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  1.   Crataegus monogyna-Hawthorn

    Crataegus monogyna

    Hawthorn
    Bareroot plants
    Woodland/Hedging
    The classic native hedging plant and small tree. Vigorous deciduous and thorny. Also known as quickthorn or May.. Flowers appear with the leaves in May followed in autumn by an abundance of red berries (haws). A good food source for many birds. Learn More
    Season: In season Season
  2.   Malus sylvestris-Crab Apple

    Malus sylvestris

    Crab Apple
    Bareroot plants
    Woodland/Hedging
    Native deciduous tree. The wild apple is a small tree covered in April with white-pinky single flowers followed in autumn by small green-yellow bitter apples (crabs). Learn More
    Season: In season Season
  3.   Prunus spinosa-Blackthorn

    Prunus spinosa

    Blackthorn
    Bareroot plants
    Woodland/Hedging
    Native deciduous tough and prickly hedging plant or large shrub also know as Sloe bush. Planted with hawthorn will create an impenetrable and stock proof barrier. Spreads by suckers. Blackthorn is often the first hedging plant to flower in early March covered in pure white blooms before the leaves appear. The dark blue fruit (sloe) ripens in late autumn. Learn More
    Season: In season Season
  4.   Prunus Tai Haku-Great White Cherry

    Prunus Tai Haku

    Great White Cherry
    Container plants
    Tree Standard
    One of the best pure white cherries. Vigorous deciduous tree to 7-10m with clusters of often large single white flowers hanging among young bronze foliage which turns orangey-red in autumn. Fully hardy. Prefers a sunny site and any well drained soil. Learn More
    Season: In season Season
  5.   Rhamnus cathartica-Common Buckthorn

    Rhamnus cathartica

    Common Buckthorn
    Bareroot plants
    Woodland/Hedging
    A native shrub growing to around 6m. Particularly suitable for chalk soil and a good source of food for caterpillars Learn More
    Season: In season Season
  6.   Rhamnus frangula-Alder Buckthorn

    Rhamnus frangula

    Alder Buckthorn
    Bareroot plants
    Woodland/Hedging
    Native deciduous thornless hedging plant. Also known as Frangula alnus it is a host species for the brimestone butterfly caterpillar. Prefers moist soils. Large dark green leaves with inconspicuous flowers followed by red berries maturing to blue-black. Learn More
    Season: In season Season
  7.   Sambucus nigra-Elder

    Sambucus nigra

    Elder
    Bareroot plants
    Woodland/Hedging
    Native deciduous shrub to small tree of 5-8m. Fragrant flat topped white flower heads (cyme) in May followed by clusters of dark purple berries in September. Berries are edible when cooked. Learn More
    Season: In season Season
  8.   Sorbus aucuparia-Mountain Ash

    Sorbus aucuparia

    Mountain Ash
    Bareroot plants
    Woodland/Hedging
    Native deciduous small tree to 8-10m. Smooth grey bark. Green pinnate leaves turning red and yellow in autumn.Clusters of white flowers in spring followed by abundant orangey-red berries in late summer. Prefers well drained soils including chalk. Learn More
    Season: In season Season

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