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Click above for the A to Z list of trees

The list of trees is not a complete one, trees are added and taken away all the time if you are looking for a very specific tree or size of tree just email us your requirements at sales@weetree.co.uk and we will let you know if it is available and at what cost.

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Latin Name Common Name Description
Quercus Acutissima Sawtooth Oak Medium tree, up to 15mm. Sharply pointed, sawtooth effect, shiny chestnut like leaves.
Quercus Castaneifolia Chestnut Leaved Oak Large fast growing tree up to 32m. Leaves similar to the Sweet Chestnut. A handsome tree.
Quercus Cerris Turkey or Mossy Cup Oak Large tree up to 38m. A fast grower that is happy on chalk and seaside locations. The acorns are slightly downy.
Quercus Coccinea Scarlet Oak Medium to large tree up to 28m. Deeply lobed glossy leaves. Known for its scarlet colours in autumn.
Quercus Falcata Spanish or Southern Red Oak Large tree with long stalked leaves. Not common to the United Kingdom.
Quercus Frainetto Hungarian Oak Large tree up to 30m. Suitable for most locations. The leaves are deeply lobed and can appear up to 20cm long.
Quercus Ilex Holm or Evergreen Oak Large rounded tree up to 28m. Commonest native evergreen form. Leaves shiny green above, whiter underneath. Golden male catkins produced in early summer.
Quercus Imbricaria Shingle Oak Medium tree up to 26m. Leaf differs from normal oak, in being long and thin without lobes. Good autumn colour.
Quercus Myrsinifolia Bamboo Leaf Oak Small tree by oak standards only up to 12m. Leaves long and tapered similar to Bamboo. Stunning evergreen form only found in a few select gardens in southern England.
Quercus Palustris Pin Oak Medium tree up to 26m. Leaves similar to the Scarlet Oak but with tufts of pale brown hairs underneath.
Quercus Petraea Sessile or Durmast Oak Large tree up to 43m. Leaves longer stalked than the common oak and acorns have no stalks.
Quercus Robur Common or English Oak Large tree up to 36m.. The most well known of the oaks found throughout the UK. Long lived and well utilised for its wood.
Quercus Robur Fastigiata Cypress Oak Medium tree up to 26m, of upright columnar habit. Shape may vary.
Quercus Rubra Red Oak Large tree up to 32m. Leaves are much larger than the common oak. The red comes from the autumn colours of the leaves.
Quercus Turnerii Turners Oaks Medium tree up to 23m. A hybrid  cross between English and Holm Oak.  Not fully evergreen.
Quercus Phillyreoides Rare large shrub up to 5m or more. Glossy green oval leaves.
Quercus Laurifolia Laurel Oak Medium rounded tree, semi-evergreen. Glossy green oval leaves.

As Weetree is a small family business it is up to me (Jason) to keep the website upto date and I will endeavour to put some pictures of the trees on the site as and when I have taken them.