Collection Spring Blossoming Trees

Delivery Date: 31/10/2019 (+/- 14 days)
Contribution to P&P: £4.95

  • Flower Colour Pink, White
  • Hardiness Fully hardy perennial
  • Flowering Time Long Flowering, Spring & Summer
  • Aspect Sun or Partial Shade
  • Height 5m (16.5')
  • Spread 5m (15')
  • Delivery 14 day
  • Other Bees and Butterflies, Foliage/Stem/Fruit Interest, Ideal for Beginners
  • Category Trees
  • Type of garden Container Gardening, Contemporary Gardening, Cottage Garden, Urban Garden, Wildlife Garden, Woodland Garden

Collection Spring Blossoming Trees (RT19PMC3)
£17.99 - 3 plants in 9cm pots (1 of each) plus 25 free bulb (£6.00 each)
Magnolia x loebneri 'Leonard Messel' AGM (RT19PML1)
£12.00 - 1 plant in 9cm pot
Cornus kousa var. chinensis (RT19PCK1)
£14.99 - 1 plant in 9cm pot
Prunus cerasifera 'Nigra' AGM (RT19PCN1)
£11.00 - 1 plant in 9cm pot
Anemone blanda (blue) AGM (RT19BAB25)
£7.99 - 25 bulbs (£0.32 each)
Anemone blanda (blue) AGM (RT19BAB100)
£15.99 - 100 bulbs (£0.16 each)


Well-behaved Spring blossoming garden Trees-
Buy the collection and SAVE £20 plus receive 25 Free wood Anemone bulbs to underplant your trees worth £7.99
This hand-selected collection of hardy garden trees will supply your garden with a variety of stunning spring blossoms and many more seasonal features. The Magnolia will provide an elegant slow-growing frame and scented flowers the Cornus will provide unusual flowers and excellent autumnal colour and the Prunus will supply masses of light-pink flowers and contrasting purple leaves.
Collection comprises of-
1) Prunus cerasifera 'Nigra' AGM
2) Cornus Kousa var. chinensis
3) Magnolia x loebneri 'Leonard Messel' AGM

Anemone blanda- 
This is the perfect planting partner to your new trees. The humble creeping wood anemone will happily reside in the deepest shade and will over time provide carpets of subtle blue hues. Max Height & Spread 15cm.

Cultural Notes

  • Soil - moist but well-drained
  • Position - sun or part shade
  • Cutting -
  • Flowering - Spring/Summer
  • Additional Information - Once planted and properly established these trees need very little aftercare. They may need watering during prolonged dry periods in summer. Feed with a general granular plant food in spring. Unless essential, it is best not to carry out any pruning. If pruning is needed, it should be carried out when the tree is actively growing ? from May to August ? to prevent problems with bacterial canker and silver leaf diseases.