"My Belle de Boskoop apple tree arrived safe and well and I am delighted with it. It was very well protected for its journey and is now planted in the ground."

- Liz Heydon

Rare and Choice Plants

Here you'll find a selection of rare or not commonly seen for sale plants available to purchase, if you would like any more information, please do not hesitate to give us a call.

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£12.00  -  £64.00

Fagus sylvatica Franken is an extremely collectable tree and could in any ones opinion be one of the most amazing small trees for foliage effect, the marbled white and green leaf, the older leaves, sometimes are almost completely white with a just few flecks of green.

£15.00  -  £86.25

Fagus sylvatica Greenwood is a tree for the connoisseur, makes a slow growing tree of upright habit with small curious slightly cup shaped green leaves.

Fagus sylvatica Mercedes


A very distinctive form with very thin almost thread like leaves. Rather slow growing

£18.00  -  £124.75

Makes a real impact. Fagus Rohan Obelisk with its narrow vertical outline and attractive red purple crinkle lobed leaves is perfect to make an instant statement in many a planting composition.


Fagus rotundifolia as its name suggests has unusual roundish leaves. Growth habit is very upright with upward sweeping branches. Most certainly a tree for the collection.


Distinguished by the strongly viened leaves and colourvariation between which gives the leaves an extraordinary two tone green effect. Another superb tree for the collector.

Fagus sylvatica Zlatia


Definitely a tree for the connoisseur. In spring and early summer this slow growing beech produces superb soft yellow foliage. Originated from a tree in the old Yugoslav


Gently weeping branches produces an attractive and interesting form of the well known 'Maidenhair Tree'

£11.50  -  £56.00

'The Caspian locust' A very interesting tree with large 'dont touch me' spines all over the branches and trunk also with larger leaves than a number of other Gleditsias.

Gleditsia triacanthos inermis


A form without those infamous 'spur' like thorns, most certainly a better tree without them

Griselinia scandens


Gymnocladus dioica

£11.25  -  £185.00

Early settlers in N. America used the berries as a substitute for coffee, I'm not sure I would want to try though. Makes a slow growing medium sized tree with attractive compound leaves with a lovely pink hue when unfolding.

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