We are proud to offer over 150 varieties of mature and semi mature tree that add instant impact and maturity to gardens. They are up to 6 metres tall and are measured by girth (the circumference of the stem taken 1 metre up from the soil level). It's easy to buy mature trees directly from our website or you can phone our experienced customer service team.
Mature trees make a wonderful impact on a garden, with the species you choose affecting the overall feel of the garden. Mature Flowering Cherry trees create breath-taking seasonal blossom displays, whilst established evergreens make an impact year-round. The beautiful bark of older Himalayan Birch trees is often fully developed by this stage and large Japanese Maple trees have formed their majestic shape.
We also stock mature specimens of Crab Apple, Magnolia, Amelanchier, Rowan, Beech and some more unusual varieties. If there is a particular variety you are looking for that is not shown on our website, please call us as we may be able to source it from one of our partner nurseries.
Established trees require extra special care and knowledge to transport them. Our experienced team check them, carefully pack them and deliver them using our specialist haulage. There is a flat delivery charge for any number of mature trees, so if ordering several it does work out to be very economical.
These mature trees are all large enough to make an impact but can still be handled manually (without equipment). We typically recommend two people to plant them as they are heavy and will need lifting into the planting hole. With large trees it is less easy to make adjustments to the position of the tree once it is in the hole, so we recommend measuring the depth of the hole and comparing it to the rootmass first to check the tree will sit at the correct height once in the hole. Don't forget to order any specialist large tree planting essentials you require to ensure the trees establish successfully in their new site.
Unless it is winter and the trees are dormant, give them a generous soaking of water once planted. Continue to do so as required, bearing in mind mature trees can soak up a large quantity of water.