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Magnificent May Trees

Crimson Hawthorn

CRATAEGUS CRIMSON CLOUD

A cloud of crimson flowers with striking white centres adorns the tree in May providing a very colourful and appealing display. Only reaching 7m (23ft) with a rounded, gently arching canopy this hardy species makes an ideal garden tree.

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Frosted Thorn

CRATAEGUS PRUNIFOLIA SPLENDENS

The Frosted Thorn has all the attributes of a perfect garden tree, providing reliable spring and autumn interest whilst not becoming too large. It is a small tree of 7m (23ft) with a domed outline and features highly polished dark green leaves, broadly oval in shape.

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Red hawthorn

CRATAEGUS PAULS SCARLET

Double red flowers in May sing out from the branches of this robust little tree which is otherwise indistinguishable from the white hawthorn until this burst of cheerful colour, announcing the arrival of summer. Paul’s Scarlet grows to 6m (20ft) with a generally rounded shape.

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Double white Hawthorn

CRATAEGUS OXYCANTHA PLENA

There is no finer sight in May and June than the froth of double white hawthorn flowers on this cultivated Hawthorn. Grown as a tree it is small, making only around 7m (23ft) with a densely spreading, irregular outline.

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Frosted Thorn

CRATAEGUS PRUNIFOLIA SPLENDENS

All the attributes of a perfect garden tree, providing reliable spring and autumn interest whilst not becoming too large

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The Frosted Thorn is the perfect garden tree! It looks great through the seasons, never grows too large and has a wonderful colour in the autumn. I often recommend these to our customers who have difficult soil as it’s a very hardy tree. Dale - Nursery manager

Snowy Mespil

AMELANCHIER LAMARCKII

A tree with year round interest that can be either single stem or multi-stem. A really good all rounder.

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A small tree with beautiful blossom, great autumn colour and edible berries. Ticks all the right boxes for a small garden. Simon - Director

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