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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.

Romeo

Latin Name Common Name Description
Rhus Typhina Stag’s-Horn Sumach Small tree or large suckering shrub. Branches covered in reddish-brown hairs when young. Crimson hairy fruit borne at the end of the year. Stunning autumn colour.
Rhus Typhina Dissecta Stag’s-Horn Sumach variety Similar habit as the straight Typhina form, differs with its deeply incised leaves which give it a fern-like effect. Stunning autumn colour.
Robinia Pseudoacacia Bessoniana False Acacia variety Small to medium rounded tree. Unlike its parent without spines. One of the best forms to plant in public areas.
Robinia Pseudoacacia Frisia False Acacia variety Small to medium tree. Known best for its golden yellow leaves.
Robinia Pseudoacacia False or Common Acacia or Black Locust Large suckering tree up to 30m. White lightly scented flowers borne in June. This tree has spiny protrusions amongst the furrowed bark.
Robinia Pseudoacacia Umbraculifera False Acacia variety Small rounded tree. Another spineless form but requires sheltered locations. Rarely flowers.

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.