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All fruit trees measure 1.75-2.0 m and are in rigid 12 litre pots and cost £20 each.
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We grow a selection of frost hardy Eucalyptus trees from seed. These have been selected for their colourful bark and foliage to ensure that they can be the centerpiece in any garden or landscape.
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Ash dieback is a disease of ash trees caused by the fungus Hymenoscyphus fraxineus. Trees of all ages can be affected with young trees being killed in a season and older ones dying within several seasons. Ash dieback has spread rapidly in Europe and has taken hold in the UK and Ireland. Symptoms of Ash dieback - the Symptoms of Ash dieback are easily identified. Leaves. Black blotches appear at the base and midrib with affected leaves wilting. Branches. Small lens shaped necrotic spots appear on the bark which enlarges to form perennial cankers. The wood underneath is brownish to grey in colour. Stem base. Dark lesions appear at the base of the trunk. These lesions may cause the rapid decline in the health of the tree. Whole Tree. Trees can show an extensive dieback of shoots and branches . Replanting affected trees. There is no one tree that can replace Ash. It is recommended to plant a rich variety of species as this will benefit the ecological void that the loss of the ash tree will create. By planting new trees you'll be providing habitats that will encourage more pollinators to sustain a healthy ecosystem. When choosing trees to plant it is best to select locally appropriate trees that would maintain as far as possible the ecological and landscape benefits of Ash trees. Suitable trees : Sycamore, Beech, Chestnut, Rowan, Lime, Alder, Willow, Field Maple, Scots pine, Wild cherry, Oak, Hornbeam, Birch.
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