Salix aurita is an uncommon willow of heaths and moorland, particularly near streams. Makes a small shrub
Cornus alba Spaethii has strongly variegated leaves of yellow and gold making this a must for any garden.
Cornus alba Sibirica is a slightly less vigorous form of the Red-stemmed Dogwood and has brilliant crimson winter shoots.
Corylus Avellana, our native Hazel, is a good plant for tough conditions and benefits wildlife, attractive autumnal foliage tints of soft yellow.
Ligustrum Ovalifolium Aureum always looks smart with its wonderfully coloured green and golden yellow evergreen foliage even under tough conditions.
Field Rose is a choice, vigorous rose bearing pale creamy white flowers followed by small red hips. Good as ground covering or in the natural hedgerow and woodland.
Salix alba Vitellina is a must for those seeking winter colour producing bright yellow to orange winter shoots. Golden Willow is easy to grow in any situation, particularly in moist conditions.
£1.10 - £1.30
Our familiar native blackthorn or sloe. Spiny deciduous shrub with white flowers, which can often appear as early as late winter, followed by edible black fruits, 'sloes' in late autumn. Grows to 4m or more.
Cornus Alba is well known and easy to grow, particularly in heavy soils. The shiny red stems produce a fantastic sight on a sunny winters day
Symphoricarpus albus is a thicket forming dense shrub with arching shoots bearing small spherical white fruits like marbles in Autumn and into the winter. Always attracts attention.
Salix viminalis is fast growing and an upright large shrub or small tree producing dense green catkins in late winter and early spring. A plant for tough wet conditions
£1.15 - £1.40
Crataegus Monogyna needs little introduction. Hawthorn is the backbone of many of our native hedgerows. Also known as May or Whitethorn. Masses of scarlet red berries in autumn which are a good natural source of vitamin C.