Trees for Winter Bark
Acer davidii VIPER® 'mindavi'
A fine snakebark with dynamic white and green striated bark. Dark green foliage turns orange in autumn.Full Details>
The Paper Bark Maple. Brown flaking bark with yellowish-green leaves turning scarlet red in the autumn.Full Details>
Acer x conspicuum 'Phoenix'
Bright coral-red winter shoots and striated bark. Best planted on good well drained soil.Full Details>
A lovely hybrid, slow growing and graceful birch. Smooth, creamy, chalk-white bark. Rich yellow autumn colours.Full Details>
Betula alba pendula
White peeling bark with age, slightly pendulous branches. Diamond-shaped green leaves turn yellow in autumn.Full Details>
Betula albosinensis 'Red Panda'
A superb strong growing form with early peeling red bark exposing grey and purple shades underneath.Full Details>
Betula ermanii 'Polar Bear'
Strong growing with a pure white heavy trunk and branch structure. Stunning in winter. Attractive, long catkins.Full Details>
Betula nigra 'Heritage'
Vigorous with large glossy leaves turning yellow in autumn. Shaggy, pink, peeling bark.Full Details>
Betula pendula 'Spider Alley'
Special new selection of white stemmed birch with twisted young shoots creating an attractive all year feature.Full Details>
Betula sin 'China Ruby'
A superb tree with a lovely pinkish grey and darker grey bark mixture. Very heavy show of catkins.Full Details>
Betula utilis 'Dark-Ness'
A beautiful selection with very dark shiny bark, conspicuous white lenticels and upright habit.Full Details>
Betula utilis 'Edinburgh'
Noted for it's vigour and upright habit. Eventually developing a good white bark. Lovely displays of yellow in autumn.Full Details>
Betula utilis 'Snow Queen'
Produces a lovely early white stem within three years. Strong yellowish-golden autumn tints. An exceptional tree!Full Details>
Betula utilis 'Wakehurst Place Chocolate'
The darkest barked birch with true plain chocolate bark in the early years changing to all shades of brown as it ages.Full Details>
Betula utilis var. jacquemontii 'Trinity College'
Wonderful for the small garden with a gleaming white bark from an early age, upright, graceful and light in stature.Full Details>
Hydrangea que Snow Queen
Probably the most elegent and showy of the oakleaf types. Maintains a sturdy habit when in flower. H.4ftFull Details>
Himalayan Cherry. A small tree rusty-hairy young shoots and small clusters of pale pink flowers.Full Details>
Glistening peeling bark, willow-like leaves and dainty spring flowers in April. Height after 10 years 4m x 3m.Full Details>
Salix alba 'Hutchinsons Yellow'
Has intense winter yellow colour. Height after 10 years up to 6m.Full Details>
Salix alba vitellina 'Britzensis'
The 'Scarlet Willow'. A classic for its scarlet orange winter colours. Height after 10 years up to 6m.Full Details>
Salix alba vitellina 'Yelverton'
A rich bronze-red coloured stem makes this form particularly worthwhile. Height after 10yrs up to 6m.Full Details>
Salix caprea 'Pendula'
Small umbrella-like tree, weeping with large silver male catkins in spring. Height after 10 years up to 1.5m.Full Details>
Salix erythroflexuosa 'Golden Curls'
'Erythroflexuosa'. Orange-Yellow twisted stems and leaves, very worth while. Small in height.Full Details>
Salix integra ™Hakuro-nishiki™
'Hakuro Nishiki' is a dwarf, weeping Japanese willow with creamy-pink foliage until autumn when the leaves drop to show orange-cor...Full Details>
Tilia cordata 'Winter Orange'
A compact Lime with brilliant orange stems in winter.Full Details>