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Oak tree varieties available from Barcham Trees from 1st September 2019

From 1st September 2019 we will have the following varieties of Oak available in various sizes at the Barcham Trees nursery - all grown in accordance with our Biosecurity Policy.

 

The trees have been harvested from the fields at our 350 acre nursery in Ely, Cambridgeshire, UK and are maturing in their white light pots, available to view, tag and reserve now for Autumn 2019 planting.

 

Quercus:-

 

ilex

palustris

petraea

robur

rubra

turneri pseudoturneri

 

Oak trees offered for sale will become scarce in the UK market place as the import ban by DEFRA on oak trees imported from The Netherlands, Belgium and Germany, announced on 12th July 2019, has an effect on supply.  

 

Enquiries to Caroline@barchamtrees.co.uk

 

 

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