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Stars of Winter

Himalayan birch

BETULA UTILIS JACQUEMONTII

After the leaves fall, Himalayan birch is all about gleaming elegance. Its smooth, pale bark makes it one of the best for winter interest. Also see Snow Queen.

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Tibetan cherry

PRUNUS SERRULALAMARCKII

The shiny, mahogany red stems of Tibetan cherry are irresistible - you just want to reach out and feel them. Also provides an injection of welcome winter colour.

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Paper bark maple

ACER GRISEUM

A marvellous multi-stemmed tree, paper bark maple transitions from autumn hero to star of winter. As its autumn foliage vanishes, the spotlight falls on textural cinnamon bark.

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Silver birch

BETULA PENDULA

In winter, native silver birch gradually lets its delicate yellow leaves fall away, leaving a fine tracery of slightly purple-hued twigs. The silvery trunk grows deeply fissured with age.

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Frosted Thorn

CRATAEGUS PRUNIFOLIA SPLENDENS

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 diverse tree which will grow well in most aspects and soil types. Producing glossy green leaves, followed by large corymbs of white flowers which turn into bright red berries. Dale James - Nursery Manager

Silver Birch

BETULA PENDULA

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.

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I find it almost impossible to choose just one as they vary so much and different trees look good in different situations. But if I have to choose just one I would say Silver Birch is a stunning native tree. Simon Scarth - Director