In terms of architectural planting these really do create a very impactive design and although the evergreen options are still our most popular, some of the deciduous options with their change in colour with the seasons for screening and privacy.
Screening trees are invaluable as they can create a higher screen that is taller than a hedge and wall and creates privacy or screening a new house or extension too. A wall or fence cannot be any higher than 2metres tall where there is no maximum height of a tree and if you pick the right tree you aren’t going to have a problem with light and sun for your home or garden or your neighbours either.
Pleached and espaliered trees are grown for exactly this purpose and do the job exceptionally well.
We grow pleached or espaliered trees in multiple sizes and Read More
Parachute form trees are multi-stem trees with wide spanning, mushroom shaped heads. The extensive head of foliage makes these trees ideal for screening, but they work equally well in large pots, and make spectacular statement pieces. We use them quite often in our design projects where something a little unusual is required. The multi-stems create additional interest below the foliage, especially when paired with some contrasting underplanting like lavender.
Here’s just a few of our favourites, that we love using in both residential and commercial garden design. These are multi-functional trees that you won’t see Read More