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PREFERRED PLANTING SPECIES

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PLANTING IN VERGE (GROUND COVER)

Ceanothus thyrsiflorus repens

Chaenomeles (quince)

Cotoneaster dammeri (and cultivars)

Hedera helix 'hibernica' (Ivy)

Hypericum Calycinum (St John's Wort)

Lonicera pileata

Pachysandra terminalis (London Pride)

Prunus laurocerasus (spreading cultivars) (Laurel)

Pyracantha (spreading cultivars) (Firethorn)

Symphoricarpos (shorter growing forms) (Snowberry)

Vinca minor (Periwinkle)

AVENUE AND STREET TREE PLANTING

Acer saccharinum (Silver Maple)

Platanus x acerifolia (London Plane)

Quercus cerris (Turkey Oak)

Tilia petiolaris (Silver Lime)

Tilia platyphyllos (Large-leaved lime)

Prunus avium (Wild Cherry)

Prunus padus (Bird Cherry)

Robinia pseudoacacia (False Acacia)

Corylus colurna (Turkish Hazel)

Crataegus prunifolia (Cockspur Thorn)

Fraxinus ornus (Manna Ash)

Fraxinus oxycarpa Raywood (Narrow-leaved Ash)

Malus tschonoskii (and other varieties) (Ornamental Apple)

Pyrus chanticleer (Ornamental Pear)

Sorbus asplenifolia

HEDGES TO FRONT BOUNDARY

Carpinus betulus (Hornbeam)

Corylus avellana (Hazel)

Crataegus monogyna (Hawthorn)

Fagus sylvatica (Beech)

Ilex aquifolium (Holly)

Ligustrum ovalifolium (Privet)

Prunus lusitanica (Portuguese Laurel)

Taxus baccata (Yew)

TREES FOR STRUCTURAL PLANTING AND WILDLIFE CORRIDORS

Fraxinus excelsior (Common Ash)

Acer campestre (Field Maple)

Quercus robur (English Oak)

Quercus ilex (Holm Oak)

Tilia platyphyllos (Large-leaved Lime)

Malus species (Crab Apple).

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