List updated 12/07/2017 Below are all of our plants and trees produced on the nursery for bonsai or general use in the garden. The list contains plants that have had no work done to shape the trunk or pruning to affect the shape.
4 year old plants growing in a 1 ltr plastic nursery pots.
3 year old plants growing in a 1 ltr plastic nursery pot. This is a very good form with shorter needles than the type form, very fast growing and develops well, foliage turns an orange hue in cold weather.
Young grafted plants grown from a form grown readily as bonsai in Japan. 1 ltr plastic nursery pot.
We have a number of good quality young grafts from our original genuine Mikawa Black Pine seedlings. the bark on these forms are renowned for developing extremely well but varies on seedlings, all will make brilliant trees with very nice bark, growing i 9 cm round plastic nursery pots.
We have a small number of this form grafted low on scots pine rootstock. this form produces amazing corky bark
A very good dwarf form producing masses of buds and creating a very rounded tree. Grafted plants growing in a 1ltr nursery pot.
Excellent quality grafted plants growing in a 1ltr nursery pot
Young grafted plans growing in a 1 litre nursery pot. Dwarf form with very narrow strap like leaves.
Young bushy plants growing in a 7cm square nursery pot. This variety makes a lovely flowering bonsai with tiny leaves and deep pink flowers. Border line hardy in the UK and is best kept with frost protection when grown as a bonsai.
5 year old trees growing in a 1 litre nursery pot. these have been pruned to encourage more branching.
3 year old seedlings growing in a 7cm square nursery pot.
This is a form of Ulmus parvifolia selected for its bark development, the bark develops square like plates as it matures.
An excellent form of the Japanese Red Pine, very neat foliage of a bright green colour, reddish bark. These are grafted onto Scots Pine root stock. Growing in a 1ltr plastic nursery pot.
The following selection of grafted Japanese Maples are selected for there suitability for bonsai, having fine branches, compact growth, good bark and excellent foliage colour or a combination of these attributes. All these trees are suitable for growing on as bonsai or garden trees.
3 year old seed raised plants with excellent red foliage colour throughout the growing year. in 9cm square plastic nursery pots, have been trimmed back to produce nice bushy plants.