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Apple Bramley’s Seedling

Apple Cox

Apple Discovery

Apple Elstar

Apple James Grieve

Apple Katy

Apple Laxton’s Superb

Apple Red Devil

Damson Shropshire Prune


Pear Conference

Pear Williams

Plum Opal

Plum Victoria


Ardcairn Russet


Blood of the Boyne

Bloody Butcher

Brown Crofton

Cavan Wine

Green Chisel

Irish Peach


Kerry Pippin

Lady Fingers of Offaly

Ross Nonpareil

Sam Young

Scarlet Crofton

The best cooking apple. Strong grower

The original Cox. Deep cream flesh & sweet aromatic flavour

Early variety. Bright red, crisp & juicy fruit

Very heavy crops of good quality sweet, crisp, juicy fruit

Crisp and juicy. Excellent flavour & reliable cropper

Sweet juicy apples. Good for eating & cider

Similar to Cox. Sweet & aromatic

Deep scarlet skin & red stained flesh. Intense fruity strawberry flavour

Very reliable cropper with intense flavour

Reliable cropper. Large green juicy fruit. Self – fertile

A very reliable variety with yellow russet fruit

Early cropping variety. Large sweet yellow fruit

Early cropper with medium reddish – purple fruit

The most popular plum with high quality & quantity yields


Co Cork 1890 dessert. Banana-like taste

N. Ireland 1800 cooking. Firm dry white flesh

Co Louth 1890 dessert. Sweet strawberry taste

Co Kilkenny/Offaly 1900 cooking. Crimson fruit with white flesh

Co Sligo 1950 dessert. Intense sweet sharp rich flavour

Co Cavan 1930 dessert. Large, firm flesh, sweet

Co Donegal dessert. Crisp juicy white flesh

Co Sligo 1950 dessert. Small yellow red fruit, slightly perfumed

Co Armagh 1837 early dual purpose apple. Sharp juicy flesh

Co Kilkenny 1802 dessert. Rich fruity sweet taste

Co Offaly & Monaghan 1851. Savoury soft flesh

Co Meath 1902 dessert. Rich aromatic sweet flavour

1820 dessert. Small high quality late keeper

Co Sligo late 1500s dessert. Sweet almost scented taste

Acer Crimson King

Acer Drumondii

Alnus Cordata

Alnus Glutinosa Imperialis

Amelanchier Canadensis

Betula Jaqumontii

Betula Nigra

Betula Pendula

Betula Pendula Purpurea

Betula Youngii

Carpinus Betulus Fastigiata

Cotoneaster Coral Beauty

Cotoneaster Cornubia

Cotoneaster Hybridus pendulus  

Crataegus Pauls Scarlet

Fagus  Sylvatica

Fagus Sylvatica Purpurea

Ginko Biloba

Liquidamber Styraciflua

Lirodendron Tulipifera

Malus Evereste

Malus Golden Hornet

Malus Gorgeous

Malus John Downie

Malus Red Sentinel

Malus Scarlet

Prunus Cerasifera Nigra

Prunus Cheal’s Weeping

Prunus Kanzan

Prunus Okame

Prunus Pandora

Prunus Shirotae

Prunus Snow Goose

Prunus sub Autumnalis Rosea

Pyrus Salicifolia Pendula

Quercus Ilex - £16

Quercus Robur

Salix Chrysocoma

Sorbus Aria Lutescens

Sorbus Aria Majestica

Sorbus Autumn Spire

Sorbus Cardinal Royal

Sorbus Cashmiriana

Sorbus Chinese Lace

Sorbus Intermedia

Sorbus Joseph Rock

Sorbus Pink Pagoda

Sorbus Sheerwater Seedling

Sorbus Vilmorinii

Tilia Cordata Greenspire

Deep crimson purple leaves

Leaves with broad creamy white margins

Italian Alder. Fast growing tree with shiny green leaves. Excellent for damp soil

Attractive small tree with finely cut leaves. Good for damp areas

Snowy mespilus. Abundant white flowers in spring

Himalayan birch. Striking white bark

River birch.  Flaking  red orange bark. Good for wet soil

Silver birch

Purple leaf birch with similar bark & habit to Betula Pendula

Weeping birch. Small tree

Upright hornbeam. Neat columnar growth habit

Orange red berries. Glossy green leaves. Weeping habit

Profuse large red berries

Abundant brilliant red berries on hanging branches

Double scarlet flowers

Green beech

Copper beech

Maidenhair Tree. Medium to large tree. Stunning autumn colour

Beautiful large tree. Stunning crimson autumn colour

Fast growing tree, distinctive lobed leaves. Tulip shaped yellow green flowers

Abundant white flowers from red buds. Orange fruits

Large crops of yellow fruit lasting long into winter

Pink white flowers, glossy orange red fruits

White flowers in spring followed by red fruits. Popular for jelly

Large clusters of deep red fruit remaining well into January

Purple leaved crab. White flowers followed by copious small, dark red fruits

Purple plum. Purple red foliage. Abundant pink flowers

Drooping branches wreathed with double deep pink flowers

Large double purple-pink flowers

Small tree producing a mass of rich pink flowers in early spring. Good autumn colour

Small tree with delicate pale pink spring flowers. Unfolding new leaves a rich bronze

Table Top Cherry. Very large semi-double white flowers

A narrow upright small tree. Profuse white flowers. Good autumn colour

Semi-double blush-pink flowers appearing throughout the winter

Willow leaved pear. Small tree. Silver willow-like leaves

Evergreen Oak. A very impressive large tree. Really good for screening all year round

English oak

Weeping willow

White Beam. Silvery grey leaves

White Beam. Upright tree. Large glossy silvery green leaves

A new variety of Sorbus. Compact columnar habit. Yellow berries

Upright form with profuse bright red berries

Gleaming white berries remaining long after leaves have fallen

Small tree of upright habit, with deeply cut fern-like leaves. Good autumn colour

Medium sized tree. Green leaves with silver underside. Orange berries in autumn

Fiery autumn colour. Creamy yellow berries

Abundant pink berries, blue green leaves

Upright growth habit. Orange red berries. Good for the small garden

Clusters of rose red berries turning pink to white flushed rose

Small leaved lime. Sweetly scented tiny white flower


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