This seasons winter planting bare root and root balled list is in and listed below. Of course and like the image above one can have anything one wants, at any size one wishes – Higher, bigger or larger than the list below is usually deemed one off, special order or whatever name you wish to put on it and all you have to do is ask.

That said, should you be intending to plant a hedge, a row or just an avenue of beautiful trees, the following might just help in that regard.

The beauty as always in this case is that the trees and hedges are planted in their dormant state and therefore the maintenance to them is nigh on zero until they come they come into bud in Spring.

Take a leaf through [see what I did there.... I'll get my coat] and see what you think.

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ROSES = Bare Root

  • Rosa Hybrid Tea Mixed Bare Root 30/40 cm
  • Rosa Floribunda Mixed Bare Root 30/40 cm
  • Rosa Climber Mixed Bare Root 30/40 cm
  • Standard Roses Bare Root 1/4 & 1/2 std
  • Rosa filipes ‘Kiftsgate’ Bare Root 30/40 cm
  • Rosa flowercarpet Pink Bare Root 30/40 cm
  • Rosa flowercarpet Red Bare Root 30/40 cm
  • Rosa flowercarpet White Bare Root 30/40 cm
  • Rosa flowercarpet Yellow Bare Root 30/40 cm

SPECIMEN CONIFERS = Root Ball

  • Chamaecyparis l. ‘Ivonne’ Root Ball
  • Chamaecyparis l. ‘Pelt’s Blue’ Root Ball
  • Juniperus scop. ‘Blue Arrow’ Root Ball
  • Thuja occ. ‘Emerald’ Root Ball

HEDGING PLANTS  BARE ROOT :

  • Berberis thun. ‘Attropurpurea’ Bare Root
  • Berberis thunbergii Bare Root
  • Buxus sempervirens Bare Root
  • Carpinus betulus Bare Root
  • Crataegus monogyna Bare Root
  • Fagus syl. ‘Atropunicea’ Bare Root
  • Fagus sylvatica Bare Root
  • Ligustrum ovalifolium Bare Root
  • Ligustrum ovalifolium ‘Aureum’ Bare Root
  • Prunus l. ‘Rotundifolia’ Bare Root
  • Prunus spinosa Bare Root

HEDGING PLANTS ROOT BALLED :

  • Buxus sempervirens Root Ball
  • Prunus lus. ‘Angustifolia’ Root Ball
  • Prunus laur. ‘Rotundifolia’ Root Ball
  • Prunus laurocerasus Root Ball

STD TREES = Bare Root

  • Acer pseud. ‘Simon-Louis Frères’ 8-10cm standard bare root
  • Acer pseud. ‘Simon-Louis Frères’ 10-12cm standard bare root
  • Betula p. ‘Youngii’ standard bare root
  • Betula pendula Fethered bare root
  • Betula utilis jacquemontii Fethered bare root
  • Carpinus bet. ‘Fastigiata’ standard bare root
  • Carpinus betulus Fethered bare root
  • Crataegus media ‘Paul’s Scarlet’ standard bare root
  • Malus ‘Gorgeous’ standard bare root
  • Malus ‘Red Sentinel’ standard bare root
  • Malus ‘Rudolph’ standard bare root
  • Prunus avium ‘Plena’ standard bare root
  • Prunus serr. ‘Kanzan’ standard bare root
  • Prunus serr. ‘Royal Burgundy’ standard bare root
  • Prunus serr. ‘Shirotae’ standard bare root
  • Prunus serr. ‘Taihaku’ 10-12cm standard bare root
  • Prunus serrulata ‘Longipes’ 8-10cm standard bare root
  • Quercus robur 8-10cm Fethered bare root
  • Quercus robur 10-12cm Fethered bare root
  • Sorbus aria ‘Lutescens’ 10-12cm standard bare root
  • Sorbus commixta 10-12cm standard bare root
  • Sorbus discolor 8-10cm standard bare root
  • Sorbus ‘Joseph Rock’ 8-10cm standard bare root
  • Sorbus vilmorinii standard bare root
  • Tilia europaea ‘Pallida’ standard bare root

TOP FRUIT = Bareroot & Container Grown

  • Malus d. ‘Bramley’s Seedling’ Bare Root
  • Malus d. ‘Discovery’ Bare Root
  • Malus d. ‘Elstar’ Bare Root
  • Malus d. ‘James Grieve’ Bare Root
  • Malus d. ‘Jonagold’ Bare Root
  • Malus d. ‘Katja’ Bare Root
  • Malus d. ‘Rode Jonathan’ Bare Root
  • Prunus americana Bare Root
  • Prunus d. ‘Damson’ Bare Root
  • Prunus d. ‘Reine Claude d’Oullins’ Bare Root
  • Prunus d. ‘Reine Claude Verte’ Bare Root
  • Prunus persica nucipersica Bare Root
  • Pyrus c. ‘Conference’ Bare Root
  • Cydonia o. ‘Vranja’
  • Ficus car. ‘Brown Turkey’
  • Malus d Grenadier
  • Malus d. ‘Bramley’s Seedling’
  • Malus d. ‘Greensleeves’
  • Malus d. ‘James Grieve’
  • Malus d. ‘Katja’
  • Malus d. ‘Rode Jonathan’
  • Prunus d. ‘Damson’
  • Prunus d. ‘Opal’
  • Prunus d. ‘Victoria’
  • Pyrus c. ‘Concorde’
  • Pyrus c. ‘Conference’

SOFT FRUIT = Bareroot & Container Grown

  • Ribes u.-c. Hinnonmäki Grön Bare Root
  • Actinidia deliciosa ‘Atlas’
  • Actinidia deliciosa ‘Hayward’
  • Corylus ‘Webb’s Prize Cob’
  • Rheum rhabarbarum ‘Victoria’
  • Ribes nigr. ‘Ben Nevis’
  • Ribes nigr. ‘Öjebyn’
  • Ribes r. ‘Rovada’
  • Ribes rub. Weisse Versailles
  • Ribes u.-c. Hinnonmäki Röd
  • Rubus frut. ‘Loch Ness’ Bare Root
  • Rubus idaeus ‘Glen Clova’
  • Rubus idaeus ‘Glen Prosen’
  • Rubus idaeus ‘Héritage’
  • Rubus idaeus ‘Malling Promise’
  • Rubus log. Loganberry
  • Vaccinium corymbosum
  • Vitis ‘Boskoop Glory’
  • Vitis coignetiae
  • Vitis Mix

TRANSPLANTS = Bare Root

  • Acer campestre Bare Root
  • Acer platanoides Bare Root
  • Alnus cordata Bare Root
  • Amelanchier lamarckii Bare Root
  • Berberis thun. ‘Attropurpurea’ Bare Root
  • Berberis thunbergii Bare Root
  • Betula pendula Bare Root
  • Carpinus betulus Bare Root
  • Castanea sativa Bare Root
  • Cornus alba ‘Sibirica’ Bare Root
  • Cornus stol. ‘Flaviramea’ Bare Root
  • Corylus avellana Bare Root
  • Crataegus monogyna Bare Root
  • Euonymus europaeus Bare Root
  • Fagus syl. ‘Atropunicea’ Bare Root
  • Fagus sylvatica Bare Root
  • Ligustrum ovalifolium Bare Root
  • Hypericium Hidcote Bare Root
  • Prunus avium Bare Root
  • Prunus spinosa Bare Root
  • Prunus l. ‘Rotundifolia’ Bare Root
  • Quercus robur Bare Root
  • Ribes sang. ‘King Edward VII’
  • Rosa canina Bare Root
  • Rosa rugosa ‘Alba’ Bare Root
  • Rosa rugosa ‘Rubra’ Bare Root
  • Sorbus aucuparia Bare Root
  • Tilia cordata Bare Root
  • Tilia platyphyllos Bare Root
  • Viburnum opulus Bare Root