Tree information for native tree species in the United Kingdom
Here you’ll find a list of the native, and some non-native, tree species that we plant throughout England, Scotland and Wales.
From Alder Buckthorn trees to Yew trees, and everything in between, here you can find out what tree species we plant, their characteristics, uses and also tree symbolism.
You’ll find many of these trees for sale in our shop or you can dedicate a tree and have it planted in a woodland.
Search for a tree by its common name (ie: Oak) or by its Latin name (ie: Quercus robur).
The Wych Elm (Ulmus glabra) is a hardy, deciduous tree that flowers from February to March, and has seeds that ripen from May to June.
Yew (Taxus baccata) is a long lived, evergreen conifer with some examples over 2,000 years old. It's often used in hedging and for topiary.