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Buy Small Trees

Looking to buy a small tree for your garden? Then you've come to the right (online) place at Amitis. With us, you can find young small trees. By buying a young tree, you can experience the silent power of nature firsthand. You get to witness your own little tree growing into maturity. Would you like to have this experience too? Choose one of the exclusive young small trees from our range. Check out our selection on this page and place an order. We ensure fast delivery to your location.

 

Why are small trees so popular?

Firstly, they are great for people living in urban areas with smaller outdoor spaces like balconies or terraces. Secondly, small trees are easier to maintain than their larger counterparts. They require less water and nutrients and are often less susceptible to diseases and pests. Finally, small trees can help create a specific atmosphere in the garden, such as a cozy and intimate ambiance.

 

Which trees are suitable for a small garden?

At Amitis, we offer various types of small trees suitable for small gardens. Here are some examples:

  • The Prunus: also known as the ornamental cherry, is a small tree that produces beautiful blossoms in spring. The blossoms come in various colors, including pink, white, and red. After blooming, beautiful leaves remain, displaying lovely autumn colors.

  • The Malus: the ornamental apple tree is another popular choice for small gardens. This tree produces blossoms in spring and beautiful apples in autumn. The apples are not edible but are highly decorative.

  • The Acer: also known as the maple, is a beautiful small tree known for its stunning leaves. This tree has an attractive shape and produces beautiful colors in autumn.

At Amitis, we also provide expert guidance and advice on how to plant and care for the trees, ensuring our customers can enjoy their investment to the fullest. If you're looking for a beautiful small tree for your garden, explore our extensive range of trees suitable for small gardens on our website.

 

Trees on Stems for Small Gardens

Are you ready for something new? And do you want to add a unique piece of nature to your small garden? Then Amitis is the perfect place for you. With us, you can find young small trees that you can grow at home. What makes these trees unique is that they are fairly exclusive varieties of more well-known species. A significant advantage is that, due to their young age, you can determine the final appearance of these trees yourself. Decide whether to let them grow to their maximum height or prefer to keep them small. The choice is yours. Need accessories to prune your tree? Or do you need the right fertilization? You can also order these from Amitis.

 

Increase Biodiversity in Your Garden

Did you know that trees are excellent for biodiversity in your area? They attract various birds, bees, and butterflies. This way, you can contribute to making the world a bit greener and livelier. To help you make a choice, we've indicated for each tree type which insects and birds are attracted to it. For example, if you want to attract more butterflies and bees to your garden, you can choose a young Persian silk tree. Other trees like the hawthorn attract both butterflies, bees, and birds. Want to know more? Feel free to contact us.

 

From Multi-Stemmed Trees to Flowering Trees

At Amitis, you'll find a wide range of unique small trees. Each tree has its own special features, and that's why the tree types are divided into different categories. Here they are:

  • Flowering Trees
  • Trees with Striking Foliage
  • Mediterranean Trees
  • Evergreen Trees
  • Columnar Trees
  • Fruit-Bearing Trees
  • Coniferous Trees
  • Multi-Stemmed Trees
  • Trees with Beautiful Autumn Color

The selection is very diverse, and there's a suitable small tree for every garden. You can use the filters in the left menu to specify whether you want a tree with flowers, edible fruits, flowering times, and winter hardiness. Still unsure? You can always contact us for personalized advice. We're happy to help you make an informed decision.

 

Which Small Tree is Suitable for Your Garden?

Are you looking for a beautiful small tree for your garden, but not sure which one suits your garden? Don't worry; we'll introduce you to some popular small trees from our range:

  • Walnut Tree: Want to grow your own walnuts in the garden? You can do that with Juglans regia, the walnut tree. This tree grows 10 to 15 meters tall.
  • Japanese Large-Flowered Dogwood Tree: This tree grows about 5 to 8 meters tall and is loved for its beautiful bright white flowers in spring. In autumn, it bears red edible fruits.
  • Peanut Butter Tree: Clerodendrum trichotomum is a very special tree. When you rub the leaves of this plant together, the scent of peanut butter is released. The peanut butter tree grows 6 to 8 meters tall.
  • Pearl Tree: The pearl tree stands out with its pearl-white star-shaped flowers, growing on the hanging branches of the tree. The Latin name is Exochorda macrantha 'The Bride', and it reaches 2 to 3 meters in height.
  • Seven-Son Flower Tree: The ideal tree to attract butterflies and bees to your garden. This tree produces large clusters of white flowers in August. The seven-son flower tree or Heptacodium miconioides grows 5 to 6 meters tall.

Want to learn more about these trees? Just read the product description for each tree.

 

Planting Your Small Tree on Stem

You've found a beautiful small tree on stem for your garden, ordered it immediately, and received it quickly. Now it's time to plant your new sapling. But how exactly do you do that? In a short and practical guide, we'll explain it to you.

  • Dig a deep and spacious hole.
  • Place your sapling in the hole, making sure it stands as deep as it did at the nursery. Then water it and fill the hole again. Firmly tamp the soil and water it again.
  • Place bamboo sticks (tree stakes for a larger tree) next to the tree.
  • Attach the tree to the sticks. This way, the sapling is well protected against the wind.

For more tips on planting your saplings, you can always contact us. For additional tools, check out our range of products for planting and care.

 

Caring for a Small Tree on Stem

A small tree on stem certainly needs good care in the first few years after planting. It's essential to prune it well so that the ratio of roots to crown is optimal. Even afterward, pruning your tree is important. This ensures the best growth and flowering.

Watering your new tree is also a crucial part of care. In dry periods, the tree is not yet able to find enough water. Therefore, it's important to give it enough water in the first three years. Finally, you need to provide your sapling with sufficient nutrients. Want to know more? Contact us.

 

Buy a Small Tree on Stem

Would you also like the unique opportunity to let your own exclusive young small tree grow in your garden? Take a look at the extensive range of Amitis right here. Have you found the right tree? Then simply order it online in our webshop. We ensure fast delivery to your home. Do you have any questions or special requests? Feel free to contact us. You can reach us at +31 6 341 728 82 or [email protected]. We're happy to tell you more about our unique young tree offerings.

 

Frequently Asked Questions About Small Trees.

How should you prune small trees?

With a young small tree, there are many different pruning options. Since it's a young tree, you can determine the final image yourself. There are, among other things, three different pruning options: guidance pruning, maintenance pruning, and shaping pruning. Would you like a detailed explanation of the pruning options? Then read our page about tree maintenance. Of course, you can always contact us for tips.

 

Which small trees can grow in the shade?

Do you have a garden with not much sun? Then it's best to choose a small tree that thrives well in the shade. Coniferous trees often thrive well in the shade. Take, for example, the Weeping Willow and the Douglas Fir.

 

Where to buy small trees?

Small trees are available at Amitis. In our extensive range, you'll find various types of small trees. The trees we offer are young specimens, so you can let them grow and decide how you want your tree to look later on. Have you found the right tree? Then you can easily order it in our webshop.

 

Shipping Information

Have you found the right small tree for your garden? Order it online today in Amitis' webshop. Our small trees are pot-grown and can be planted throughout the year. Take advantage of our fast delivery time and damage-free delivery."

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Young Ornamental Apple Tree | Malus floribunda

48,75 Incl. VAT

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52,75 Incl. VAT

Young Mulberry Tree | Morus alba 'Fruitless'

51,85 Incl. VAT

Young Black Mulberry Tree | Morus nigra

50,25 Incl. VAT

Young Persian Ironwood Tree | Parrotia persica 'Bella'

45,25 Incl. VAT

Young Persian Ironwood Tree | Parrotia persica 'Vanessa'

45,25 Incl. VAT

Young Columnar Pin Oak Tree | Quercus palustris 'Green Pillar'

52,75 Incl. VAT

Young Columnar Oak Tree | Quercus robur 'Fastigiate Koster'

55,75 Incl. VAT

Young Cork Oak Tree | Quercus suber

58,75 Incl. VAT

Young Golden Acacia Tree | Robinia pseudoacacia 'Frisia'

54,95 Incl. VAT

Young Sassafras Tree | Sassafras albidum

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Young Black Elder 'Madonna' Tree | Sambucus nigra 'Madonna'

48,25 Incl. VAT

Buy Small Trees

Looking to buy a small tree for your garden? Then you've come to the right (online) place at Amitis. With us, you can find young small trees. By buying a young tree, you can experience the silent power of nature firsthand. You get to witness your own little tree growing into maturity. Would you like to have this experience too? Choose one of the exclusive young small trees from our range. Check out our selection on this page and place an order. We ensure fast delivery to your location.

 

Why are small trees so popular?

Firstly, they are great for people living in urban areas with smaller outdoor spaces like balconies or terraces. Secondly, small trees are easier to maintain than their larger counterparts. They require less water and nutrients and are often less susceptible to diseases and pests. Finally, small trees can help create a specific atmosphere in the garden, such as a cozy and intimate ambiance.

 

Which trees are suitable for a small garden?

At Amitis, we offer various types of small trees suitable for small gardens. Here are some examples:

  • The Prunus: also known as the ornamental cherry, is a small tree that produces beautiful blossoms in spring. The blossoms come in various colors, including pink, white, and red. After blooming, beautiful leaves remain, displaying lovely autumn colors.

  • The Malus: the ornamental apple tree is another popular choice for small gardens. This tree produces blossoms in spring and beautiful apples in autumn. The apples are not edible but are highly decorative.

  • The Acer: also known as the maple, is a beautiful small tree known for its stunning leaves. This tree has an attractive shape and produces beautiful colors in autumn.

At Amitis, we also provide expert guidance and advice on how to plant and care for the trees, ensuring our customers can enjoy their investment to the fullest. If you're looking for a beautiful small tree for your garden, explore our extensive range of trees suitable for small gardens on our website.

 

Trees on Stems for Small Gardens

Are you ready for something new? And do you want to add a unique piece of nature to your small garden? Then Amitis is the perfect place for you. With us, you can find young small trees that you can grow at home. What makes these trees unique is that they are fairly exclusive varieties of more well-known species. A significant advantage is that, due to their young age, you can determine the final appearance of these trees yourself. Decide whether to let them grow to their maximum height or prefer to keep them small. The choice is yours. Need accessories to prune your tree? Or do you need the right fertilization? You can also order these from Amitis.

 

Increase Biodiversity in Your Garden

Did you know that trees are excellent for biodiversity in your area? They attract various birds, bees, and butterflies. This way, you can contribute to making the world a bit greener and livelier. To help you make a choice, we've indicated for each tree type which insects and birds are attracted to it. For example, if you want to attract more butterflies and bees to your garden, you can choose a young Persian silk tree. Other trees like the hawthorn attract both butterflies, bees, and birds. Want to know more? Feel free to contact us.

 

From Multi-Stemmed Trees to Flowering Trees

At Amitis, you'll find a wide range of unique small trees. Each tree has its own special features, and that's why the tree types are divided into different categories. Here they are:

  • Flowering Trees
  • Trees with Striking Foliage
  • Mediterranean Trees
  • Evergreen Trees
  • Columnar Trees
  • Fruit-Bearing Trees
  • Coniferous Trees
  • Multi-Stemmed Trees
  • Trees with Beautiful Autumn Color

The selection is very diverse, and there's a suitable small tree for every garden. You can use the filters in the left menu to specify whether you want a tree with flowers, edible fruits, flowering times, and winter hardiness. Still unsure? You can always contact us for personalized advice. We're happy to help you make an informed decision.

 

Which Small Tree is Suitable for Your Garden?

Are you looking for a beautiful small tree for your garden, but not sure which one suits your garden? Don't worry; we'll introduce you to some popular small trees from our range:

  • Walnut Tree: Want to grow your own walnuts in the garden? You can do that with Juglans regia, the walnut tree. This tree grows 10 to 15 meters tall.
  • Japanese Large-Flowered Dogwood Tree: This tree grows about 5 to 8 meters tall and is loved for its beautiful bright white flowers in spring. In autumn, it bears red edible fruits.
  • Peanut Butter Tree: Clerodendrum trichotomum is a very special tree. When you rub the leaves of this plant together, the scent of peanut butter is released. The peanut butter tree grows 6 to 8 meters tall.
  • Pearl Tree: The pearl tree stands out with its pearl-white star-shaped flowers, growing on the hanging branches of the tree. The Latin name is Exochorda macrantha 'The Bride', and it reaches 2 to 3 meters in height.
  • Seven-Son Flower Tree: The ideal tree to attract butterflies and bees to your garden. This tree produces large clusters of white flowers in August. The seven-son flower tree or Heptacodium miconioides grows 5 to 6 meters tall.

Want to learn more about these trees? Just read the product description for each tree.

 

Planting Your Small Tree on Stem

You've found a beautiful small tree on stem for your garden, ordered it immediately, and received it quickly. Now it's time to plant your new sapling. But how exactly do you do that? In a short and practical guide, we'll explain it to you.

  • Dig a deep and spacious hole.
  • Place your sapling in the hole, making sure it stands as deep as it did at the nursery. Then water it and fill the hole again. Firmly tamp the soil and water it again.
  • Place bamboo sticks (tree stakes for a larger tree) next to the tree.
  • Attach the tree to the sticks. This way, the sapling is well protected against the wind.

For more tips on planting your saplings, you can always contact us. For additional tools, check out our range of products for planting and care.

 

Caring for a Small Tree on Stem

A small tree on stem certainly needs good care in the first few years after planting. It's essential to prune it well so that the ratio of roots to crown is optimal. Even afterward, pruning your tree is important. This ensures the best growth and flowering.

Watering your new tree is also a crucial part of care. In dry periods, the tree is not yet able to find enough water. Therefore, it's important to give it enough water in the first three years. Finally, you need to provide your sapling with sufficient nutrients. Want to know more? Contact us.

 

Buy a Small Tree on Stem

Would you also like the unique opportunity to let your own exclusive young small tree grow in your garden? Take a look at the extensive range of Amitis right here. Have you found the right tree? Then simply order it online in our webshop. We ensure fast delivery to your home. Do you have any questions or special requests? Feel free to contact us. You can reach us at +31 6 341 728 82 or [email protected]. We're happy to tell you more about our unique young tree offerings.

 

Frequently Asked Questions About Small Trees.

How should you prune small trees?

With a young small tree, there are many different pruning options. Since it's a young tree, you can determine the final image yourself. There are, among other things, three different pruning options: guidance pruning, maintenance pruning, and shaping pruning. Would you like a detailed explanation of the pruning options? Then read our page about tree maintenance. Of course, you can always contact us for tips.

 

Which small trees can grow in the shade?

Do you have a garden with not much sun? Then it's best to choose a small tree that thrives well in the shade. Coniferous trees often thrive well in the shade. Take, for example, the Weeping Willow and the Douglas Fir.

 

Where to buy small trees?

Small trees are available at Amitis. In our extensive range, you'll find various types of small trees. The trees we offer are young specimens, so you can let them grow and decide how you want your tree to look later on. Have you found the right tree? Then you can easily order it in our webshop.

 

Shipping Information

Have you found the right small tree for your garden? Order it online today in Amitis' webshop. Our small trees are pot-grown and can be planted throughout the year. Take advantage of our fast delivery time and damage-free delivery."

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