Bring back the Beaconsfield Blossom is Back

Great value Blossom trees to plant yourselves.

By popular demand we are running our campaign AGAIN. Beaconsfield used to be famous for its cherry trees supplying London we believe from the 19th Century. And of course we are reminded of this every time we go down Cherry Tree Road. And we think - If it’s good enough for Regent’s Park, who’s restoration project of 100 cherry trees was a blooming success, its good enough for us. 

As part of the Beaconsfield Society’s efforts this winter, greening our streets we would like to offer discounted cherry blossom trees for you to plant in your front gardens (its easy, full planting instructions given below. Your neighbours have planted nearly 100 trees already)

for just £50.00 each (you may order more than one)

or £44 each for members of the Beaconsfield Society

why not join the Society today and still benefit from the discount.

£10 per annum membership (less than 20 pence a week) to support our work in Beaconsfield

LAST ORDERS MIDDAY SUNDAY NOVEMBER 10 (or whilst stocks last)

DELIVERY will be (free to all HP9 postcodes) in mid DECEMBER, you will be contacted beforehand.

This is outstanding value for a Prunus 'Sunset Boulevard' per tree, supply only, light standard size, 6/8cm girth at approximately 1m above ground level; the height is variable depending upon species and the differing growth rates of individual trees but should be around 2 – 2.75m tall. 

Don’t delay, this offer is limited and on a first come first served basis so don't delay, follow the links below:

Not yet a member, membership explained and CLICK here to join

Already a member CLICK here to order

Non member CLICK here to order

A bit more about this cherry blossom:

It is a narrow, conical, medium-sized, deciduous tree. It is upright has coppery young foliage and good, orange-red autumn colour. The single flowers are blush white, opening in mid-spring. Trees should be planted before ‘first bud’, ideally as soon as possible once you receive them and should be kept before planting in a frost-free location. With your support we can make a blooming difference for years to come – flowering their first light pink blossoms in Spring. 

Did you know that these trees are also a precious wildlife habitat, providing nectar for bees and early pollinators. For 13 more blossom facts see link

For planting instructions CLICK here


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