The Hillier Manual of Trees and Shrubs
Edited by John G. Hillier , Edited by Roy Lancaster
Paperback, 568 Pages, Dimensions 148 x 210 x 35mm, Publisher Royal Horticultural Society
Esaplier Fruit Trees
The reason Espalier Fruit Trees are so special is that they can only be created with the vital components of time and care. There’s no shortcuts with a stunning genuine Espalier.
Figs, quinces, stone fruit, pip fruit, citrus are good options for Espalier, plus ornamental varieties. Please also ask us about creating your own ‘bespoke’ espalier for your upcoming project.
Camellia Mini no Yuki
Common Name: Camellia Moonlight
These trees are truly spectacular! Please enquire about our fabulous Cameliia Mine-No-Yuki, we can provide further images to show the unique form of each individual tree and details on pricing etc. They demand attention with their striking multiple branches topped with generous tufts of deep green glossy foliage. Each tree has an entirely unique random branching structure. Like a freedom dancer, the branches independently sprawl in different directions, arching and cascading into their own individual beautiful formation. This Camellia smothers itself with loose semi-double pure white flowers during the autumn. Useful for hedges/esaplier work. Plant in full sun or dappled shade in well drained acidic soil. Not tolerant of drought. Prune after flowering.
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