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  • Pyrus communis - Wild Pear

    from £0.67

    Pyrus communis (Wild Pear) is a long lived small to medium sized tree with a columnar habit. It has been cultivated in the UK since 995AD.

    This species offers so much; not only from a visual perspective but it is also an important food source for birds and insects.

    Deciduous, glossy green leaves which put on a colour spectacle in the Autumn turning orange and red. Mildly thorny stems and it is covered in white blossom in early Spring followed by small pears in Autumn.

    A useful addition to a woodland or for inclusion as part of a hedging mixture.

  • Pinus pinaster - Maritime Pine

    from £0.64

    Pinus pinaster (Maritime Pine) is a fast growing, medium sized conifer native to the Mediterranean. This species is considered as an alternative to some more widely used trees if climate change proceeds as predicted. The best results can be achieved by planting in Southern Britain.

    It grows best in lighter, acidic or neutral soils near the sea, but is can also grow on saline soils and very shallow soils.
    Maritime Pine has stout evergreen needles in pairs, with attractive bright reddish-brown bark.

  • Rainbow Terra Shelter - Biodegradable

    from £2.23

    The Terra Bio Shelter is a next generation biodegradable tree shelter that is manufactured from British grown natural wood residue and plant resins.

    Using wood to protect woods.

    The benefits of the Terra Bio Shelter:

    • 100% natural materials - plastic free.
    • Non toxic
    • Certified to biodegrade in soil by TUV, according to strict ISO standards.
    • Safe in marine and freshwater environments - ideal for riparian restoration work.
    • High quality and fit for purpose
    • No end of life costs for removal or recycling

    Shelter features:

    • Single wall cylindrical construction.
    • Excellent light transmission.
    • Pre-fitted ties for quick installation and maintenance.
    • Flared rim to minimise stem abrasion.
  • BIO Voleguard

    from £0.31

    Cheviot Trees is pleased to offer its clients a more sustainable alternative to traditional plastic voleguards.

    Manufactured from sustainable plant based starch - no petrochemical based material.

    The BIO Voleguard has a UV stabiliser incorporated at the time of manufacturing to provide a stable service life of 4-5 years.

    • 100% plant based - no plastic!
    • Tested to meet conformity to EU guidelines
    • Environmentally friendly and sustainable.

    If the Bio Voleguards are left in the environment they will degrade over time due to the bacteria found in soil or due to enzymatic reactions. Alternatively, they can be inserted into an industrial composting unit which will degrade them within 6 months.

  • TUBEX Nature Easywrap - Biodegradable

    from £0.49

    The TUBEX Nature Easywrap is a next generation tree shelter that is bio based, non toxic and tested to be biodegradable*.

    It retains all of the superior features of a Tubex Easywrap whilst introducing biodegradability in its composition.

    The benefits of TUBEX nature:

    • Bio-based
    • Non toxic
    • Designed to be Soil Biodegradable**
    • High quality and fit for purpose
    • No end of life costs for removal or recycling

    Shelter features:

    • Twin wall, cylindrical construction for best strength to weight ratio.
    • Manufactured with a vertical split and a natural overlap which provides an enhanced growing environment.

    A bamboo cane is required to support this product.

  • Hessian Tree Tie

    from £14.83

    Our hessian tree tie is a simple and low cost solution to tying trees to stakes.

    Supplied on a roll and is manufactured from 100% natural fibres.

    A spacer block is not required as you can use use the hessian tree tie to form a cushion between the tree and the stake.

    In time, the tie will biodegrade as the tree requires less support.

  • Rhamanus cathartica - Purging Buckthorn

    from £0.89

    Rhamanus cathartica – Purging Buckthorn is a native small tree / large dense shrub with grey-brown bark and spiny branches.

    Flowers are yellow green with four petals and are pollinated by insects. After pollination, the female flowers develop into black berries

    Useful for woodland planting or hedging. The leaves of Purging Buckthorn are an important food source for tiger moth larvae and caterpillars of the Brimstone butterfly.

  • Salix fragilis - Crack Willow

    from £1.04

    Salix fragilis - Crack Willow is a deciduous medium sized tree which is native to the UK. Very robust and fast growing.

    Glossy, dark green lanceolate leaves with yellow/green catkins which later turn brown. Grows on most soils and is ideally suited to damp areas such as water margins, and the edges of marsh areas. 

    Crack willow has a strong value for wildlife. The catkins provide an important source of early pollen and nectar for bees and other insects. Caterpillars of a number of moth species feed on the foliage and the branches make good nesting and roosting sites for birds.

  • Ligustrum ovalifolium - Oval Leaved Privet

    from £0.89

    Ligustrum ovalifolium – Oval leaf privet is a fast growing semi evergreen hedging species with glossy dark green leaves and creamy white flowers during the summer months.

    A robust species which tolerates regular pruning. Also suitable for coastal locations although you may notice some defoliation during winter.

    You may also wish to consider Wild Privet which has narrower leaves and a looser growing habit.

    Creamy white flowers during the summer months.

  • Robinia pseudoacacia - Black Locust / False Acacia

    from £0.98

    Black Locust or False Acacia is a versatile nitrogen-fixing, pioneer species that is tolerant of dry, infertile soils and has excellent resistance to drought stress, air pollutants, pests and diseases and high temperatures.

    To date, it hasn't been widely planted in the UK but its demand has been slowly increasing due to increasing demand for woody biomass material. Due to it's rapid rate of growth and in anticipation of our changing climate it's use in the UK is likely to expand. 

    Black Locust or False Acacia will tolerate acid, dry and infertile sites although good quality timber stands require sites with adequate moisture and well aerated, nutrient rich soils.

    It produces a very durable, strong, high density timber that naturally has a very low moisture content.

  • Juglans regia - English Walnut

    from £1.65

    Juglans regia - English Walnut is a large fast growing species.  A well known tree which was first introduced by the Romans who valued its nuts. Native from South-East Europe to South-west China. 

    Widely planted throughout the UK an it makes a fantastic and well shaped specimen for planting in parkland area, avenues, riverbanks and as a hedgerow tree.

    The timber is equally as valuable as the nuts and can be used for furniture manufacture and veneer.

    The foliage is shiny, pinnate with individual oval pointed leaflets which turn yellow in autumn. 

    Flowers appear in early Summer in the form of long catkins and in the Autumn the flowers turn to brownish green fruits that are around the size of a plum. The brown nut is held inside the husk.

    We also produce Juglans nigra - Black Walnut. 

  • Rosa rubiginosa - Sweet Briar

    from £0.56

    Sweet Briar is a native rose often used for including as part of a mixed hedge but it is also useful as a standalone shrub.

    Deciduous with pale pink flowers followed by scarlet coloured hips. The foliage has a strong apple like fragrance.

  • Cornus alba - Red Dogwood

    from £0.64

    Cornus alba - Red Dogwood is a shrub that grows well in wet soils and is normally found along woodland edges and in hedgerows. It is a good choice for game cover.

    Red Dogwood is grown mainly for its bright red stems. Deciduous with fresh green leaves that have distinctive curved veins. The leaves turn a rich crimson colour in the Autumn.

    Creamy white flowers are produced in clusters which once pollinated by insects develop into small black berries which are eaten by birds and mammals.

    Our cell grown Cornus alba - Red Dogwood plants are often used for hedge planting either on their own or mixed with other species such as Hawthorn, Blackthorn, Dog rose etc. at a planting density of 6 plants per metre.

  • Tilia platyphyllos - Large Leaved Lime

    from £0.98

    Tilia platyphyllos - Large Leaved Lime is a large and long lived tree which is native to the UK and most of Europe. Well known and widely utilised as parkland or avenue trees but also frequently planted as a component in a mixed woodland setting.

    Deciduous heart shaped leaves which are glossy green on top and paler underneath turning a clear yellow in the Autumn.

    The bark of the Large Leaved Lime is darker when compared against Small Leaved Lime. Unlike Small Leaved Lime, Large Leaved Lime does not produce suckers from the base of the trunk.

    In summer, small but very fragrant creamy white flowers are borne in clusters.

    We also produce Tilia cordata - Small Leaved Lime.

  • Platanus acerfolia - London Plane

    from £1.57

    Platanus acerfolia - London Plane is extensively planted in Southern England as a street trees due to its tolerance for air pollution but it is considered to also be a useful forest tree for the UK as a result of climate warming.

    A vigorous deciduous tree with distinctive flaky brown and grey bark.

    London Plane has large bright green lobed leaves with interesting clusters of round fruits.

     The timber is strong and widely valued for joinery / cabinetry.

  • Cedrus deodara - Deodar Cedar

    from £1.40

    Cedrus deodara – Deodar cedar is a large evergreen conifer with a graceful, pendulous habit. Soft blue / green foliage.

    Native to the Himalayas.

    Widely grown in parts of southern Europe for timber production but its value to the UK is for ornamental purposes.

  • Nothofagus alpina - Rauli Beech

    from £1.57

    Nothofagus alpina - Rauli Beech is a large deciduous tree native to Chile and Argentina.

    Very fast growing with a broadly conical crown.  Small oval, beech like leaves with deeply impressed veins. The leaves are green in the spring / summer turning red, yellow and orange in the Autumn.

    Growth is more reliable in the milder and more humid western parts of the UK.

    Rauli Beech produces a fine timber, comparable to European Beech.