Woodland Border

An Introduction

The Garden

Dogwood ‘Stellar Pink’


Jacquemontii Birch features on the the whitest of trunks for a Birch (betula), this species is quick growing like all Birch and has slightly larger leaves than most Birch, looks impressive when planted in a copse.


  • Intense white bark
  • Quick Growing
  • Winter feature



Looking more like and English box (buxus) that a Holly (ilex) this Japanese plant is a great fastigate shrub that lends itself to the narrowest of situations, looks great in pots and is a real feature mass planted.


  • Upright growth
  • Quick growing
  • Great for pots

Coral Bark Maples


A much loved cultivar of Japanese Maple (acer palmatum ‘sango kaku’) this fine vase shaped maple is renowned for it’s striking coral pink bark in winter which is accentuated by frosts in winter, spring foliage also adds interest with vibrant lime green foliage.


  • Winter bark feature
  • Golden autumn colour
  • Lime foliage in spring

You can aspire to beauty.

‘Apollo’ Sugar Maple

This is one of the new standout introductions of Liquidambar from the USA, this form is prized for it’s narrow ‘pencil’ habit which we have taken advantage of to create a pillar like effect in our garden.



We have selected a range of feature shrubs for their colour, foliage and form to complement and enhance of garden design.

• Berberis ‘Rose Glow’ • Berberis ‘Little Favourite’ • Cotinus ‘Royal Purple’ • Caryoteris ‘Lisura’ • Euonymus ‘Tom Thumb’ • Fothergilla ‘Mt Airy’ • Leucadendron ‘Red Devil’ • Ilex ‘Blue Prince’


We have selected a range of feature perennials for their colour, foliage and form to complement and enhance of garden design.

• Agastache ‘Summer Fiesta’ • Erigeron ‘Sea Breeze’ • Calibrachoa ‘Yellow Chimes’ • Halimmiocistus ‘Merrist Wood Cream’ • Penstemon serrulutus • Rhodoathemum ‘African Eyes’ • Salvia ‘Hot Lips’ • Teucrium Marum