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Trees and shrubs for winter interest
BETULA UTILIS JACQUEMONTII
A birch with smooth white bark that shines out on dark winter days. Also available as a multistem.
NELLIE STEVENS HOLLY
ILEX NELLIE R STEVENS
A richly berried holly with leathery leaves for year-round structure and festive appeal.
JAPANESE RED CEDAR
CRYPTOMERIA JAPONICA ELEGANS
An unusual conifer with soft feathery foliage that takes on red-bronze hues in autumn-winter.
RED STEMMED DOGWOOD
A classic for the winter garden with its vibrantly coloured stems. Looks great in autumn, too.
CRATAEGUS PRUNIFOLIA SPLENDENS
A tree with year round interest that can be either single stem or multi-stem. A really good all rounder.
This stand out tree has branches that are notable by the fact that the ends are pendulous. The bark is white often with black diamond shaped markings.
Updates from Chew Valley Trees
Bare root or container?
In winter, you can plant trees and hedging in bare root form, though container-grown is still available. So which should you choose? If you need a bit of info about the difference between trees and hedging supplied bare root and in pots, take a look at this guide.
Full-time tree nursery worker needed
Chew Valley Trees is looking for a new member of staff to work at the nursery, chiefly on production, maintenance and orders
12th January 2020
Christmas opening 2019
Chew Valley Trees will close for Christmas at 5pm on Monday 23rd December 2019 and re-open at 8am on Thursday 2nd January, 2020.
16th December 2019
What happens to trees in winter
With their branches naked, creating a stark outline against the winter sky, deciduous trees turn into sort-of ghosts in winter. They're in the tree version of hibernation: dormancy.
05th December 2019