Bare Root Trees 2019

Forest Pansy Foliage

Bareroot Trees 2019

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*UPDATE – These trees are now potted. 

Here is a list of trees that we will have available starting in June/July sometime. Please feel free to contact us regarding these trees. We will begin to pot them as we get them in to the nursery. We have the tried and true favourites and also some new lines.

Trees

Stock is limited to what we have in stock.   Once we have received your order and payment, we will tag the trees off as yours to come and collect.

Trees are 2 yr old Bareroot – Great Value when bought and planted this way

*We can order more in – subject to availability plus freight

Small Trees

Magnolia Genie – first flowers of spring, this is a deciduous magnolia with a tulip shaped flowers a deep, burgundy colour. These will go quick. Grows a compact 3m x 2m

Weeping Silver Birch – Grafted Silver Birch – looks so elegant as a feature tree. Click here for a pic of a potted tree we had in the nursery

Maple – Bloodgood – These were very popular last season. They only grow 2/3m and are a vivd shade of red from Spring right through to Autumn. Classic maple like leaf. Here’s a link to our potted bloodgood maple trees

Maple  – Pink Flamingo – These are a variegated Maple growing 4/5m. This is a relatively new variety that we can’t wait to try! These should go quick

Forest Pansy Cercis canadensis –  The little flowers on this tree are a spectacular , deep pink colour that occurs early Spring on its bare branches.  Burgundy, heart shaped foliage emerges shortly after and stays Burgundy until Autumn, where yellow tones take over before the leaf drop. Grows 5m x 5m This little tree is beautiful, even in Winter when all the leaves have dropped with it’s beautiful black, zig-zaggy branches. – here’s a link for more pics in our nursery

Judas Tree  Cercis siliquastrum – another small tree – 6m x 4m . Brilliant show of purple, pea-like flowers on bare branches. Foliage emerges burgundy/green. Just like the Forest Pansy, the Judas tree also has interesting zig-zag like branches. These 2 trees are very similar and tolerate similar conditions – they don’t like wet feet, but can tolerate periods of dryness once established.

Avondale Redbud or Chinese Redbud – Cercis chinensisthis one only grows 3m x 2m. Is very similar to other Cercis trees with its cute, dark pink, pea like flowers in early spring, followed by heart shaped green foliage.

 

Medium Trees

Tupelo Tree – Nyssa Sylvatica – Grows 8 x 5m – has a classic pyramid shaped tree with Rich Autumn colours. Tolerates wet soils somewhat. Moderate growing tree.

Chinese Elm – The Chinese Elm tree grows into a medium sized, shade tree with lots of character – Developing a spotted trunk as it matures, it’s branches are slightly pendulous.  Grows around 7-10m. Link to our Chinese Elm potted trees

Chinese Pistachio – Very easy to grow small/medium sized tree. Great for suburban back yards. Classic roundish tree shape. This is an ornamental tree, not the fruiting. It Tolerates dry, sandy soils, once established. Beautiful, red Autumn colours mixed with orange and yellows. Lovely green Summer foliage too. Link to potted Chinese Pistachio

Ash Cimmzam – Fraxinus pensylvanica – Cimmaron/American AshGreat shade tree growing 8/10m.  Said to tolerate dry areas and windy spots, once established in the garden. The foliage is a beautiful green that changes with Autumn into fiery oranges/reds.

Ornamental Elm Green Mist – Variegated Foliage!! Need we say more? – this one has more white with a deep green leaf colour. Grows 8/10m x 4/ 5m wide. We haven’t had this one in the nursery yet, but we’re sure these will go fast as they’re quite a different look. Tolerates a lot of soil types.

Weeping Mulberry Hicks – very elegant medium sized tree with hanging branches. Grafted at 1.8m, the grafted part of the tree will branch out and over with a lovely, weeping habit which can be easily pruned.  Fruits from Spring-Summer time . Here’s a link to our potted stock

Capital Pear – Upright, ornamental Pear tree growing 10-11m x 2-3m. These look really great as an avenue , or to screen a fence. Ornamental Pear trees are super easy to grow, and can handle many different environments. They have beautiful spring blossoms and gorgeous shiny foliage. They also colour up nicely with Autumn orangey/red tones.

Silver Birch –  Classic tree that suits many landscape styles. This tree looks beautiful in Winter time with its crackled, bark against a stark white trunk. Plant on its own or in a copse . Shine a garden light up to it at night time. Such a gorgeous, character tree. Grows 8-10m.

Ornamental Maple – Sensation –  A stunning, symmetrical growing tree that’ll grow 7/8m – and can be used as a pleaching / hedge on legs situation due to this uniform growth habit.  Beautiful Autumn Colours of orange yellow, red. (unlike it’s parent , Acer negundo (box elder)  which stays more of a solid , light green (still beautiful, but just different)  On a side note,  Acer negundo is an extremely tough tree that tolerates a load of different environments, including wet and dry feet.  The Sensation’s leaves break down quickly after dropping, which is good news for the lazy gardener that doesn’t like the leaf drop.  Can we call this tree self cleaning??

Large Trees

Claret Ash– very easy care tree that can grow up to 15m. Starts off green, then changes into a lovely deep shade of …well…claret! Provides a good contrast to other green foliage in the garden.

London Plane – Make sure you’ve got the room for this Grand Tree. It grows up to 20m and spreads out very wide too. Fast growing shade tree, ideal for those with larger properties.

Tulip Tree – Liriodendron tulipifera – a large, fast growing specimen tree originating from the USA in the Magnolia family. Big n beautiful, tulip shaped flowers, the Tulip Tree can grow 15m+ and if you’ve got the room on your property, it’ll become a grand old shade tree.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Deciduous Trees for Smaller Urban Gardens

Prunus nigra Flowering Plum in the Garden

Trees for Small Gardens

There’s something special about Deciduous Trees. They tend to give a soft, romantic feel to any garden and many are relatively quick to grow. There is a real sense of seasonal definition as you observe their natural cycles –  bringing fabulous colours and textures in Autumn before shedding leaves by Winter, with Spring and Summer bringing beautiful blossoms and fresh foliage.    Planted for Summer shade, they provide a cooling effect in the home and garden, and in  Winter, when dormant, can let much needed sunlight into living areas providing natural warmth.  Many deciduous trees like flowering plums, silver birches and also Frangipanis provide an eye catching silhouette when planted with a fence or wall as a backdrop.

Here’s a small list of smaller trees growing in the Nursery. This list will be updated as we get new trees growing! If you’re after any tree in particular, contact us and we’ll see where if we can source it.  Have a look at this for Evergreen Trees for small urban gardens

 Acer palmatum – Japanese Maple

Gjapanese-maple-foliageraceful and elegant, the Green Japanese maple, has delicate green foliage with red tones  emerging in Spring, followed by lovely red Autumn colours. Japanese Maple is a small tree that soften the garden with  soft, feathery foliage.     Plant in a protected spot in the garden, away from hot sun and drying winds. In our experience, the Green Jap Maple is more robust compared to other Red Varieties.


Betula alba – Silver Birch

Silvsilver-birch-treeser Birch is a beautiful tree with small, dainty leaves that twinkle gracefully in the summer breeze. Has striking white bark in the winter time. Plant these in a copse of 3 or 5, you’ll achieve a naturalised look  which also has the benefit of  smaller tree growth.  Install some garden lights for a spectacular night time display – which will highlight the character of the white trunk.

Cercis canadensis – American Redbud

This is a lamerican-redbudovely, ornamental large shrub or small tree. Lots of gorgeous pink blossoms occur in Spring time, followed by sweet heart shaped foliage. This lovely small tree can grow multi-stemmed or into a single trunk to around 5m  tolerating a wide range of soil conditions – from sandy soils to clay, but  it will be happiest planted in improved, conditioned soil with adequate drainage.

 

Malus –  Ornamental Crab Apple

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Gorgeous Spring Blossoms on a lovely small tree with a spreading, fibrous root system. Can get to 4m.    Bears small mini apples used for making jams, but mostly used as a beautiful Spring flowering ornamental tree with spectacular Autumn foliage.   Crab Apples can help pollinate other fruiting apples as it has a long flowering period and produces lots of pollen.

 

 Lagerstroemia – Crepe Myrtle

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Brilliant summer show off with a long flowering period.  These small trees love the heat and sun and come in a range of spectacular colours. Grows approx to 4m – good for a small or narrow spaces. These are one of our favourite shrubs.

 

Plumeria – Frangipani

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These have shallow, non invasive root systems, so can be planted near structures or near the pool area.  Thy don’t grow too big, but provide a good amount of summer shade when needed. When dormant without leaves, the large,  bare trunk adds scultptural interest in Winter time.

Prunus nigra –  Ornamental, Flowering Plum

Prunusprunus-nigra nigra is an ornamental small tree with a deep burgundy, purpley foliage that emerges in Spring with spectacular pink blossoms.  It makes a nice tree for smaller gardens, growing to around 5m. Looks great contrasting against shrubs and trees of varying shades of green or with a wall or fence as a backdrop.

 

 Prunus nigra fastigiata – Upright Flowering Plum

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This upright, small tree has a natural column shape and is a great addition to an urban landscape. Use in narr

ow passages for a screen, along fence lines

or as a feature tree contrasting with other green foliage. Has gorgeous pink spring blossoms too!

 Pyrus ussuriensis – Manchurian Pear

manchurian-pear

This beautiful upright tree with masses of white blossoms in early Spring, glossy green foliage in Summer with gorgeous Autumn foliage.   Manchurian Pear is a tree growing to around 8-10m It’s often used as a feature tree, for street or avenue lining, screening/hedging or even pleaching – (which is a like a hedge on stilts)

Deciduous Fruit Trees

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Apples, Apricots, Pears, Peaches, Plums, Nectarines, Nashi. All are considered small trees, all are very ornamental and productive as well! You can do lots with these. Have you ever tried to espalier

– ie training branches so they grow flat against a fence or a wire. Or simply keep them in pots?  You can even plant a few of them in the same hole which will keep them small.  We also have double grafted trees – for example, 2 varieties of apples grafted onto one rootstock.

Weeping Mulberry

Pendulweeping-mulberry-branchesous branches with large, glossy foliage and yummy berries in Spring time make this a garden favourite.  The tree produces small, delicious, sweet, berries that start out a light pink, turning red, before developing into a deep red/black colour.    A really nice, handsome feature tree with the bonus of berries!

 

Weeping Silver Birch

This elegant oweeping-silver-birchrnamental feature tree adds so much character. Its got striking white trunk contrasting with dainty foliage on weeping, pendulous branches.  Each year, it develops more branches, becoming fuller and wider and even more lovely.

Prune in summer or autumn for best results.

 

Chinese Tallow

Sapium SebiferumChinese tallow is a fast growing, deciduous tree that shows off its beautiful reddish, orange, purpley autumn colours, even in warmer coastal areas.   Quite a robust tree with a good growth rate,  Chinese tallow can grow up to 8m, which is considered a small tree. Chinese Tallow would make a lovely shade tree  – good for urban gardens.

 

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