Frank P Matthews
Narrowly columnar, with dense, upright branches. Glossy, dark green leaves. Deep red/bronze leaves in autumn.
English or Pedunculate Oak
A long lived tree. Lobed leaves are dark green. Acorns are produced in abundance. Height after 10yrs over 6m.
New leaves are a deep burgundy-red in spring, turning dark green, then red and orange tints in autumn.
Leathery, dark green, lobed, long leaves, turn orange-brown in autumn.
Evergreen or Holm Oak
Leaves are green with silver underneath. Yellow catkins in June giving rise to acorns. Height after 10yrs over 6m.
A strong and fast growing narrow headed hybrid with glossy green foliage, very hardy and impressive.
Fast growing large tree with smooth silver grey bark. Leaves turn a superb scarlet in the autumn.
A handsome, rare Oak with glossy leaves, pink tinted in spring, then turning deep crimson in autumn.
A fast growing, large dense-headed tree with slender drooping branches and red/brown autumn foliage.
Loquat Leaf Oak
A rare, evergreen Oak with large shiny-green leaves. The new growth is a rich-purple ageing to green.
Golden Red Oak
Bright golden yellow foliage in the spring followed by intense red autumn colours.
Swamp Red Oak
Deeply-cut, glossy green leaves turn red and purple in autumn. Happy in heavy soils.