Birds & Insects

Viburnum rhytidophyllum
27th Aug 2019

Viburnum rhytidophyllum

A large evergreen shrub displaying large leaves with a textured and corrugated surface.  It has multiple upright stems with lateral arching twigs and a good floral display. The flowers are followed by bright red berries… Read More
Sorbus aucuparia
27th Aug 2019

Sorbus aucuparia

An upright deciduous tree with pinnate leaves turning yellow in autumn, and flat clusters of white flowers in late spring, followed by orange-red berries in early autum.   Key Facts:  Flowers:  Flat clusters of white flowers Fruit:  Orange-red berries Bark: … Read More
Salix caprea
27th Aug 2019

Salix caprea

This willow grows well away from water and the rounded leaves are completely different to the narrow leaves of other willows.  It is covered in downy white buds in spring which are popular with florists.… Read More
Malus ‘Evereste’
27th Aug 2019

Malus ‘Evereste’

This small, broadly conical tree has a very beautiful spring flowering display and in my opinion is one of the best of the Crab Apple varieties.  The buds, initially pink in colour, open to pure… Read More
Crataegus coccinea
27th Aug 2019

Crataegus coccinea

This small, deciduous Hawthorn is from North America and has a very upright form, perfect for creating a multi-stem shape. Relatively fast growing, it has beautiful white flowers which are quite large for a Hawthorn and… Read More
Cornus kousa var. chinensis
27th Aug 2019

Cornus kousa var. chinensis

It would be difficult to find a more beautiful shrub than this one, with its glorious, windmill-shaped, large, white flowers.  It is particularly striking in spring and attracts a lot of attention. Its drooping foilage is… Read More
Amelanchier lamarckii
27th Aug 2019

Amelanchier lamarckii

This is a small deciduous tree grown for its arching upright branches, early white flowers followed by red berries and stunning autumn colour.  The berries are edible which make them very attractive to birds.   Key Facts:  Flowers: … Read More
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