Fraxinus lanuginosa, commonly known as Japanese Ash or Tamo, is native to Japan and the south east corner of Russia. Position: Full sun Flowering period:Late spring Soil: Moist, well drained Eventual Height: 15m Eventual Spread: 10m Hardiness: 5b, 6a, 6b, 7a, 7b, 8a, 8b Family: Oleaceae Also see London Trees & Shrubs – The Ash […]
Flowering trees and shrubs Family Ericaceae Plant profile – Bearberry – Arctostaphylos uva-ursi Webster listed in Flowering Trees and Shrubs ARCTOSTAPHYLOS UVA-URSI.—Bearberry. Britain. A neat shrub of trailing habit, and with flowers resembling those of the Arbutus, but much smaller. The leaves are entire, dark green in colour, and about an inch long, and obovate or oblong […]
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Job Profile – Video and images showing the work in progress and the finished tidied garden. Ash tree removal Camden Square NW1 August 2015. The 60ft ash tree (The Ash Fraxinus excelsior) had to be removed because of trunk damage making the tree dangerous. Surrounded by gardens the working area was limited. We also tried, successfully, […]