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AcercampestreElegantField MapleMapleovalmedium to largeAutumn Colour,Low Fruit Fall,Small Leavesreleased by the Gelderse Nursery in Opheusden, Netherlands in 1990http://www.barcham.co.uk/trees/acer-campestre-elegant-field-maplehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acer_campestre_%27Elegant%27
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ElsrijkField Maplehttp://www.barcham.co.uk/trees/acer-campestre-elsrijk-field-maple
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LinecoField Maple
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Queen ElizabethField MapleEvelynTighter habithttp://www.barcham.co.uk/trees/acer-campestre-queen-elizabeth
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negundoBox ElderMaple Ashhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acer_negundo
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platanoidesNorway MapleHarelquin Maple
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PurpureumSycamorealso Spaethii and pseudoplatanus AtropurpureumRed/Purple Foliage
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VariegatumVariegated Sycamore
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ColumnareNorway Maplehttp://www.barcham.co.uk/trees/acer-platanoides-columnare-norway-maple
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pseudoplatanusSycamore Maplehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acer_pseudoplatanus
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VarigatumSycamore Maple
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DrummondiiNorway MapleSince 1903http://www.barcham.co.uk/trees/acer-platanoides-drummondii-norway-maple
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Crimson KingNorway Maple
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rubrumhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acer_rubrum
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AesculusX carneaRed Horse-Chestnuthttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aesculus_%C3%97_carnea
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AlnusincanaAureaGrey AlderSpeckled Alderhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alnus_incana
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AmelanchierarboreaRobin HillJuneberryServiceberry,Snowy Mespilushttp://www.barcham.co.uk/trees-for-sale/buy-june-berry-amelanchier-arborea-robin-hill
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BetulaalbosinensisFascinationChinese Red BirchBirchhttp://www.barcham.co.uk/trees/betula-albosinensis-fascination-chinese-birch
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ermaniiErmans BirchBirchpyramidalmedium to large1880sLow Fruit Fall,Yellow catkinsfrom North East Asia and Japanhttp://www.barcham.co.uk/trees/betula-ermanii-holland-ermans-birchhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Betula_ermanii
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CoryluscolurnaTurkish hazelThe largest species of hazelThe bark is pale grey-buff, with a thick, corky textureCorylus has 14–18 specieshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corylus_colurna
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pendulaSilver BirchBirchhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Betula_pendula
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pendulaFastigiataSilver BirchBirchResembles the shape of a Lombardy Poplar
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pubescens Downy BirchHairy Birchhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Betula_pubescens
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utilisvar. jacquemontii.Himalayan birchwhite, paper-like bark of the tree was used in ancient times for writing Sanskrit scriptures and textshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Betula_utilis
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CarpinusbetulusFrans FontaineHornbeamThe leaves are alternate, 4–9 cm long, with prominent veins giving a distinctive corrugated texture, and a serrated margin. It is monoecious, and the wind-pollinated male and female catkins appear in early Summer after the leavesSelected from a street in the Netherlands in the early 1980s.http://www.barcham.co.uk/trees/carpinus-betulus-frans-fontaine-upright-hornbeamhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carpinus_betulus
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FastigiataHornbeamhttp://www.barcham.co.uk/trees/carpinus-betulus-fastigiata-upright-hornbeam
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CatalpabignonioidesIndian bean treecigar treehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catalpa_bignonioides
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Cotoneasterfrigidushttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cotoneaster_frigidus
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Crataegusx lavalleiHybrid Cocksbur ThornLavallée's hawthornovalsmall1870sLarge white flowers followed by orange haws that remain most of the winter.Autumn Colour,Inedible Fruit. Dense crown of twisting branches.http://www.barcham.co.uk/trees/crataegus-x-lavalleei-hybrid-cockspur-thorn
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x lavalleiCarrièreiHybrid Cocksbur Thorn1870shttp://www.barcham.co.uk/trees-for-sale/buy-hawthorn-crataegus-x-lavalleei-carrierei
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x prunifoliaCockspur Thornhttp://www.barcham.co.uk/trees/crataegus-x-prunifolia-broad-leaved-hybrid-cockspur-thorn
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x prunifoliaSplendensHawthornhttp://www.barcham.co.uk/trees-for-sale/buy-hawthorn-crataegus-x-prunifolia-splendens
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x prunifoliacrus-galliCockspur Thornhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crataegus_crus-galli
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oxycanthaPauls ScarletEnglish HawthornMayflowerDouble-Red flowershttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crataegus_laevigata
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monogynaStrictaCommon HawthornSingle-seeded hawthornmay, mayblossom, maythorn, quickthorn, whitethorn, motherdie, and hawhttp://www.barcham.co.uk/trees-for-sale/buy-hawthorn-crataegus-monogyna-strictahttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crataegus_monogyna
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FraxinusornusManna AshFlowering Ashhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fraxinus_ornus
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excelsiorSilver birchhttps://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&sqi=2&ved=0CCoQFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fen.wikipedia.org%2Fwiki%2FFraxinus_excelsior&ei=AcDzUq2NOOHjywPPz4GQDw&usg=AFQjCNGGYg5w5R5HrvsFdaVL1W7pGl5xJw&sig2=udGbLUYchVoCDGb045N8uA&bvm=bv.60799247,d.ZGU
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GingkobilobaMaidenhairLiving Fossil, 270m yrs oldhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ginkgo_biloba
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KoelreuteriapaniculataGoldenrainhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Koelreuteria_paniculata
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LiquidambarstyracifluaSweet Gumhazel pinehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liquidambar_styraciflua
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Malusx purpureaPurple Crab Applehttps://data.nbn.org.uk/Taxa/NHMSYS0001754566
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TschonoskiiCrab ApplePillar CrabVigorous, narrowly conical, medium-sized deciduous tree with ovate leaves turning bright orange, red and purple in autumn. Flowers white, from pink buds. Fruits 2.5cm in width, greenish-yellow tinged redhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malus_tschonoskii
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trilobataLebanese wild applethree-lobed applehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malus_trilobata
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PlatanusX hispanica(acerifolia)London Planehttp://www.barcham.co.uk/trees/platanus-hispanica-london-planehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Platanus_%C3%97_acerifolia
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PopulusnigraItalica'Black Poplarhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Populus_nigra
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PterocaryafraxinifoliaCaucasian Walnuthttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pterocarya_fraxinifolia
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PrunusaccoladeFlowering Cherryovalsmallsemi-double pink
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Prunus sargentii and Prunus x subhirtellahttp://www.barcham.co.uk/trees/prunus-accolade-flowering-cherry
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aviumWild Cherryhttp://www.barcham.co.uk/trees/prunus-avium-wild-cherryhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prunus_avium
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cerasiferaNigraCherry PlumPurple Leaf Plumhttp://www.barcham.co.uk/trees/prunus-cerasifera-nigra-purple-cherry-plum
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cerasiferaPissardiiCherry PlumPurple Leaf Plum
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x hillieri SpireFlowering CherrysmallA cross between Prunus sargentii and Prunus yedoensisRaised in the late 1920s.http://www.barcham.co.uk/trees/prunus-x-hillieri-spire
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incisaLouisa LeoFuji Cherryhttp://www.barcham.co.uk/trees/prunus-incisa-louisa-leo-cherry-louisa-leohttp://www.barcham.co.uk/trees/prunus-incisa-louisa-leo-cherry-louisa-leo
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kanzanFlowering Cherryhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prunus_serrulataPrunus serrulata
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umineko Flowering CherrynarrowmediumAutumn Colour,Low Fruit Fall,White FlowerPrunus incisa and Prunus speciosahttp://www.barcham.co.uk/trees/prunus-umineko-flowering-cherry
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pandoraFlowering CherryOrnamental Cherryhttp://www.barcham.co.uk/trees/prunus-pandora-flowering-cherry
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serrulataJapanese CherryHill CherryThe flowers are produced in racemose clusters of two to five together at nodes on short spurs in spring at the same time as the new leaves appearthey are white to pink, with five petals in the wild type tree. The fruit is a globose black drupe 8–10 mm diameter.Leaves are arranged alternately, simple, ovate-lanceolate, with a short petiole and a serrate or doubly serrate margin.The smooth bark is chestnut-brown, with prominent horizontal lenticels.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prunus_serrulata
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spinosaBlackthornSloehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prunus_spinosa
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x schmittiiHybrid Cherry
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x subhirtellaAutumnalisFlowering cherry
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PyruscalleryanaChanticleerOrnamental PearBred by Edward Scanlon and patented in the States in 1965Named after the cockerel in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales.http://www.barcham.co.uk/trees/pyrus-calleryana-chanticleer-ornamental-pear
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QuercusroburEnglish oakpedunculate oakhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quercus_robur
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RobiniapseudoacaciaBlack LocustFalse AcaciaIntroduced in Britain in 1636http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robinia_pseudoacacia
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SorbusariaLutescensCommon Whitebeamhttp://www.barcham.co.uk/trees/sorbus-aria-lutescens-whitebeam
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ariaMagnificaWhitebeamMagnificahttp://www.barcham.co.uk/trees/sorbus-aria-magnifica-whitebeam
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x arnoldianaSchoutenRowanMountain-Ash
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aucupariaSheerwater Seedling RowanMountain-AshovalmediumWhite flowers are followed by bird friendly red berries by September Green leaves turn a decent yellow / orange in the autumn.unrelated to the true Ash tree though the leaves are superficially similar.http://www.barcham.co.uk/trees/sorbus-aucuparia-sheerwater-seedling-rowanhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sorbus_aucuparia
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FastigiataRowanMountain-Ashwittern,whitty, wiggen, and quickbeamprotective magical powers against different kinds of witchcraftBark: smooth, silvery grey of young trees, becoming scaly pale grey-brown and occasionally fissured on old trees. Shoots:green and variably hairy at first, becoming grey-brown and hairless; buds are conspicuous, purple-brown, and often densely hairy. The leaves are pinnate, 10–22 cm long and 6-12 cm broad, with 9–19 (most often 13–15) leaflets; each leaflet is 3–7 cm long and 15–23 mm broad, with a coarsely serrated margin; they are variably hairy, particularly the petiole and leaf veins on the underside.
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commixtaEmbleyJapanese Rowanhttp://www.barcham.co.uk/trees/sorbus-commixta-embley-chinese-scarlet-rowan
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Cardinal RoyalRowanMountain-Ash
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intermediaBrouwersSwedish WhitebeamroundedmediumWhite flowers in May produce orange-red fruits,Good for Beessingle, dark green leaves have silver-grey
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http://www.barcham.co.uk/trees-for-sale/buy-brouwers-sorbus-intermedia-brouwers
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latifoliaHenk VinkBroad-leafed WhitebeamFontainbleau Service TreeLeaves are grey / green and silvery grey beneath A hybrid derived from Sorbus torminalis and Sorbus aria. Dutch cloneDeciduous Broad Leafhttp://www.barcham.co.uk/trees/sorbus-latifolia-henk-vink
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x thuringiacaBastard Service Tree
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Tiliax europaeaCommon LimeLindenlargeBase of the trunk often features burrs and a dense mass of brushwood.The leaves are intermediate between the parents, 6–15 cm long and 6–12 cm broad, thinly hairy below with tufts of denser hairs in the leaf vein axils.Flowers in clusters of 4-10 in early summer with a leafy yellow-green subtending bract; fragrant and pollinated by bees. The fruit is a dry nut-like drupe 8 mm diameter, downy and faintly ribbed.unrelated to the Lime citrusnaturally occurring hybrid between Tilia cordata (small-leaved lime) and Tilia platyphyllos (large-leaved lime)http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Tilia_x_europea-1.JPGhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tilia_%C3%97_europaea
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x euchloraCommon LimeLindenFlowers can have a narcotic effect on bees, which are sometimes found on the ground near it.cross between Tilia cordata and Tilia dasystyla
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americanaAmerican LindenBasswoodThe twigs are smooth, reddish-green, becoming light gray in their second year, finally dark brown or brownish gray, marked with dark wart-like excrescences. Leaves are simple, alternately arranged, ovate to cordate, asymmetrical, unequal at the base (the side nearest the branch the largest) with a long, slender petiole, a coarsely serrated margin and an acuminate apex. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tilia_americana
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cordataGreenspire Small Leaved LimeLinden American clone derived from the cultivar ‘Euclid’ from a Boston Park, in cultivation in the UK since the early 1960s.http://www.barcham.co.uk/trees-for-sale/buy-lime-tilia-cordata-greenspirehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tilia_cordata
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platyphyllosLarge Leaved Lindenhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tilia_platyphyllos
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