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Prunus nipponica 'Brilliant'

The Japanese Alpine Cherry is a deciduous shrub or small tree that is covered in very pale pink, almost white flowers in spring. Prunus nipponica 'Brilliant' is very hardy and makes an excellent specimen plant in for small to medium gardens, its leaves emerge a rusty brown colour and slowly change…  More Info

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Plum 'Gypsy' (Mirabelle)

…It produces heavy crops of dark red cherry plums with rich, juicy and notably sweet orange flesh. One of the best for eating fresh but suitable for cooking too. The dazzling, white spring blossom is an additional bonus.* Self-fertility: self-fertile'* Flowering group: 3* Harvest: Mid-late August*…  More Info

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Prunus yedoensis

…most floriferous of all flowering cherries, Prunus yedoensis puts on a spectacular spring show. This oriental beauty extends tiers of slender branches massed with voluminous clouds of white to pale pink flowers that sparkle in the spring sunshine. Popular as a street tree in Japan, it makes a…  More Info

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Prunus 'Umineko'

…single flowers reveal contrasting reddish-pink stamens and are highly attractive to bees. An additional season of interest occurs in autumn when the dark green leaves flame orange, red and purple. Prunus ‘Umineko’ comes with a distinguished pedigree as it was raised by the famous cherry  More Info

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Cornus mas 'Kazanlak'

…fruits than the standard Cornelian Cherry and makes both an attractive ornamental tree and a productive one. ‘Kazanlak’ bears bright red, pear-shaped fruits, 8-9g each. The fruits have a fragrant sweet-sour taste, not dissimilar to Morello Cherries, and are rich in vitamin C. They are…  More Info

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Prunus incisa 'Kojo-No-Mai'

A popular Fuji Cherry with an RHS Award of Garden Merit, grown for its stunning early spring display of white flowers with hints of pink. Unlike many ornamental cherries, Prunus 'Kojo No Mai' is a compact, rounded shrub, ideal for small and low-maintenance gardens. Fuji Cherries are easy to grow and…  More Info

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Malus 'Wintergold'

…a bright blue winter sky. Malus 'Wintergold' is a broadly rounded deciduous tree that copes with all soil types and tolerates heavy clay much better than flowering cherries. Crab apples are one of the best small trees for bringing a long season of interest to smaller gardens. Featuring spring…  More Info

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Malus toringo 'Scarlett'

…Forming a small, spreading tree with arching branches Malus toringo, ‘Scarlett’ copes with all soil types and tolerates heavy clay much better than flowering cherries. It has been honoured with an RHS Award of Garden Merit. Crab apples are one of the best small trees for bringing a long…  More Info

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Malus 'Red Jewel'

…with a flurry of pink buds that burst into prolific clusters of fragrant white flowers. The flowers are followed by shiny, cherry-red fruits which persist well into the winter season. This upright, broadly conical tree offers another season of interest with autumn foliage colour, the dark green…  More Info

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Prunus 'Pandora'

An RHS award-winning flowering cherry, Prunus ‘Pandora’ is a rewarding small tree offering multiple seasons of interest throughout the year. ‘Pandora’ forms an elegant columnar to vase-shaped tree. In early spring, bare, ascending branches carry masses of dark pink buds that…  More Info

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Prunus mume 'Beni-Chidori'

One of the most popular of early spring flowering trees, well deserving of its RHS Award of Garden Merit. This Japanese ornamental apricot makes a gorgeous small tree, bursting into a flurry of blossom much earlier than Japanese cherries and remaining compact enough for small spaces and even large…  More Info

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