Dioecious

Dioecious plants can produce both male and female flowers on separate plants. The gender of a plant can only be determined by examining the flowers. Since the majority of our plants are supplied bare rooted in winter and our stock is very young we are not able to identify male and female plants.

If you are wanting to buy both genders our advice to you is to purchase in quantity (25+) in the hope that both genders are represented.

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  • Common Osier Willow - Salix viminalis

    Common Osier Willow - Salix viminalis

    A vigorous, fast-growing native shrub, with glossy, linear and dark green leaves with greenish catkins...

    Despatching bare root & cell grown plants now
  • Goat Willow - Salix caprea

    Goat Willow - Salix caprea

    A common plant all over Britain. It has broad leaves unlike other willows & can be used in many different scenarios...

    Despatching bare root & cell grown plants now
  • Grey Willow - Salix cinerea

    Grey Willow - Salix cinerea

    Can make a small tree, but is more usually used as a large shrub. Features dark green leaves with felted grey undersides...

    Despatching bare root & cell grown plants now
  • Yew - Taxus baccata

    Yew - Taxus baccata

    Features dark, narrow leaves & a very dense habit of growth, making it arguably the best hedge. Often used for topiary...

    Despatching bare root & cell grown plants now

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