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  1. Nyssa Sylvatica - Black Gum, Tupelo - at the Barcham Trees nursery in Ely, Cambridgeshire, UK we have some 10-12cm girth trees in 55 litre pots ready for planting from 1st September 2019. You can view, tag and reserve trees now and during the Summer for Autumn/Winter planting. Introduced from America in 1750 this is widely regarded as the most attractive of all the native trees from the States. Pyramidal when young it can resemble Quercus palustris in shape and habit and certainly rivals it for autumn colour when its foliage turns magnificent reds oranges and yellows. The dark glossy green leaves are narrowly oval and can reach 15cm in length. They do not tolerate lime soils so please bear this in mind if you choose one. Mature height: 12-17m Mature spread: 6-10m Further product information at the link below:- https://www.barchampro.co.uk/store/products/nyssa-sylvatica Enquiries to Caroline@barchamtrees.co.uk
  2. 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
  3. ! ! No more Quercus imports from the Netherlands, Belgium or Germany…..press release Friday 12th July 2019 from DEFRA.!! Tighter restrictions on oak tree imports to come into force. Strengthened measures on the import of most species of oak into England are to be introduced to protect native trees from the threat of the tree disease Oak Processionary Moth (OPM). The bolstered measures will only permit imports of certain oak trees, including:- · Those from OPM free countries. · Those from designated pest free areas including Protected Zones (PZ) - an area of the European Union declared free of OPM. · Those that have been grown under complete physical protection for their lifetime. This Statutory Instrument (SI) – which is due to be introduced in Parliament shortly– builds on measures introduced in August 2018 and applies to all oak trees, except cork oak, over a certain size. The restrictions will cover both imports from overseas and the movement of trees from areas of the country where OPM is already present – in London and surrounding counties. At the Barcham Trees nursery in Cambridgeshire, UK, we have been enforcing a strict Biosecurity Policy for a number of years. Our trees are supplied free of OPM. Visit www.barchampro.co.uk
  4. With DEFRA announcing a ban on imports into the UK of Quercus from The Netherlands, Belgium and Germany, a timely reminder to source trees from a UK nursery with a Biosecurity Policy which can demonstrate an audit trail on every tree offered for sale. At Barcham Trees we have been banging this drum for years. Imports from Europe have been made available to the Landscape Industry to offer the variety demanded but these imports need to be grown on in the UK, acclimatised and quarantined before sale, to ensure any live or dormant pests and diseases are eradicated before despatch into our glorious UK landscape. At the link below is a PDF copy of our Biosecurity Policy which you can download and save to your computer for future reference. This is a useful guide to refer to from whichever nursery you source trees for planting in the UK. https://www.barchampro.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/Barcham-Biosecurity-for-web.pdf
  5. Look at all this tree has to offer! No wonder at the Barcham Trees nursery we always sell out of this one every year. Available from September 2019 onwards, we have new stock of 8-10cm and 16-18cm girth trees but no more than 50 trees over the 2 sizes. The trees are ready to view and you can reserve trees now to save disappointment later on. Acer griseum is a fairly small tree, but a magnificent one. Originally from China and was introduced by Ernest Wilson in 1901. From an early age the bark peels to reveal cinnamon coloured under-bark. The paperbark maple is a truly stunning specimen, it has beautiful trifoliate leaves that have attractive reddish tints in the autumn. This maple does well in sun or partial shade and appreciates a sheltered position. Acer griseum does best in moist well drained soil and is not drought tolerant. Nutrient rich wet soil can inhibit autumn colour. A small growing tip - this lovely tree will generally frost out over winter giving the tree a very rounded habit. Mature height: 3-7m Mature spread: 4-5m Further product details at the link below:- https://lnkd.in/gEvJjxp Enquiries to Caroline@barchamtrees.co.uk
  6. Here is a link to this week's Current Tree Availability List at the Barcham Trees nursery in Ely, Cambridgeshire, UK:- https://www.barchampro.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Availability-List-09.07.19.pdf Trees field grown at our 350 acre nursery and harvested into white light pots. If you can't see what you are looking for there, take a look at this next link to our tree list for trees available from 1st September 2019. These trees are currently maturing in their white light pots on the nursery and can be viewed, tagged and reserved for Autumn planting. Our trees are 100% guaranteed when planted between October-March and produced under our robust Biosecurity Policy. https://www.barchampro.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Availability-1st-Sept.pdf Enquiries to Caroline@barchamtrees.co.uk #trees #treeplanting #autumn #evergreen #pleached #multistem #standards #parks #openspaces #landscaping #gardendesign
  7. Do you know which tree produces this white 'urchin' looking flower? The tree has attractive grey green and cream patchwork bark. Its leaves are narrow and grey – green when matured and it is well suited as a specimen tree to provide lovely soft contrast in parks and large gardens. Evergreen. Mature height 12-17m. At the Barcham Trees nursery we have potted up 100 of these trees, 35-40cm tall in 5 litre pots, ready for planting from 1st September 2019. Let me know what you think it is!
  8. Hello members of Arbtalk - I have joined today and would like to kick off by offering members, who plant semi-mature trees, to receive a complimentary copy of our highly acclaimed Time For Trees book. The book is an easy to use, pictorial reference guide to the 500 varieties of trees grown at the Barcham Trees nursery in Ely, Cambridgeshire. All trees are grown in accordance with our robust Biosecurity Policy. Barcham trees are harvested from our 350 acres of fields into white light container pots. The trees are 100% guaranteed when planted between October-March, although they are suitable for planting all year round. If you would like a copy, do get in touch and email me your full postal address and I will arrange to send you a book. Offer to UK mainland addresses only. Email: Caroline@barchamtrees.co.uk. Trade website www.barchampro.co.uk
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    Nursery based on leisure park off Asfordby Road. Forest school area can be accessed from Sysonby Grange Lane, off Asfordby Road.
  10. Hi everyone, It has been some time since I have posted and some of you many have thought I had fallen from a tree or any of the other potential hazards encountered in this profession but no, I have been fourtunate enough to enter the academic side of the industry. Recently I have been envolved in procuring this seasons stock for replanting and although I cant fault the nurseryman for the condition of the trees there is little opportunity for provenance of stock to suit the city I service. This issue should concern our industry and is highlighted with threat posed by ash dieback and how it has exposed the working of tree nursery industry. If the tree nursery industry continues to work to economies of scale in my view the likelyhood potential problems listed will increase: Monoculture of stock Weak potential disease resistance Transit cost and disease importation I fail to see how the industry in its current state can tackle these problems as my experience in trying to source trees recently has shown me. I only want to highlight this issue with the beginning of this thread as I wonder if anyone has any ideas/plans in regard to providing provenance for future planting already in place or can give me more insight into how the industry functions. Regards, squiralsquasmosis.
  11. :001_smile:Hi all, Just trying to find information on nursery stock sizes listed below. I did know them off by heart but have forgotten them so any help is appreciated 1+1 1u1 1+2 2+1 2+2 Thanks in advance

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