trees, olives, Fig Tree
English Woodlands offer a wide range of good quality trees for farm and garden planting and landscaping or street planting. These include both deciduous and evergreen trees whether indigenous or ornamental. They are grown in containers and can therefore be safely transplanted all year round.
Ornamental and deciduous trees. Grown in containers they can safely be transplanted all year round. Taller trees will normally require staking to keep them upright during the first year or two.
There are relatively few evergreen trees and these are generally more expensive than a similar sized deciduous tree due to the growing technique and often slower growth rates. However they are very useful for screening and hiding ugly views!
Multistem / Feathered Tree
Multistem trees will have several stems from ground level upwards usually with foliage starting a couple of feet above ground. They are therefore more bush-shaped than standard trees which have a single stem normally clear of any branches for the first 2 metres above ground. Feathered trees have a single stem but with side branches starting a couple of feet above the ground.
Olives & Figs
For the Mediterranian touch in your garden. They are very hardy plants and will grow well in the UK but prefer a hot and dry position.
Pleached trees have become very popular and add a more formal feel to a garden. They are trees that have been trained onto a temporary bamboo framework. These trees are normally planted in a line and create the effect of a hedge on stilts. They are also ideal for screening above a fence in restricted space.
A range of small trees and shrubs that have been grown to a formal shape. Tte most common shape is half standard meaning a short stem with a ball shaped head above - like a lollipop. Other shapes include spirals balls and cones.
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