Ornamental Trees are used as part of a garden or landscape setting, for instance for their flowers, their texture, form and shape, and other aesthetic characteristics. We supply a range Ornamental trees, small and large in size all with varying characteristics.
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Pin OakPin Oak or Quercus robur fastigiata - tall narrow form of the oak tree, columnar in shape, pin oak is very popular in street plantings, producing large quantities of acorns
Out of stockPortugese Oak stemming from Portugal portugese oak
English OakQuercus robur, English Oak - broadly rounded open head, will grow to a large tree in optimum conditions, dark green to bluish green foliage, turning yellow then brown in autumn, with leaves persisting on branches into winter, acorns 2.5cm long
Out of stockThe Sugar Maple tree is a tall growing Canadian tree, used to tap the sap for Maple Syrup, (may come into its own once all the bees have become extinct due to colony collapse disorder). Sugar Maple will grow best in cooler climates, and deep soils with plenty of moisture, otherwise give plenty of supplementary irrigation, good feature / specimen tree with wonderful autumn colours
Semi Dwarf Dutch medlarThe Semi Dwarf Dutch medlar has large fruits, and the tree has a spreading habit, slightly weeping form, with unusual crooked arrangement of branches, grown for ornamental form and pretty white flowers as much as for fruit, semi dwarfing tree grows to three metres or less