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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 email@example.com and we will let you know if it is available and at what cost.
|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.|
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