About

"The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now." 

Planting trees is an easy and sustainable way to positively affect the environment. You don't have to have a big garden to plant a tree as there are many species suitable for smaller spaces. 

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Green Man Tree & Shrub Nursery is a small family run business, that was borne from the passion for trees and the environment. We are situated along the Sandhill road, near Buckingham. We are not an open nursery site, so if you wish to arrange a visit to have a look at the trees in person, please get in touch. Alternatively if you send us an enquiry with what you are looking for, we will happily send you what sizes we have available, and photos of the trees that you're interested in.

 

We stock a large range of container grown trees and shrubs, ranging from smaller plants, up to large girth sized trees. If we don't have the tree or shrub you want, or at the size you are looking for, we will do what we can to find it for you, and supply it at a very competitive price.

 

Unlike many plants now sold throughout the UK, our stock is all grown outdoors year round. This means that the plants are hardier and better adapted to the local climate.

From small whips to plant a native hedge or woodland, up to larger plantings of mature feature or memorial trees, we can help.

How we are different

We are unique from many other nurseries in a number of ways. Firstly, we are a small family run business, with a strong emphasis on being of as much benefit to our local environment as we can. As a small business, we are able to care for each tree individually, from watering and feeding through to formative pruning and checking for disease problems, which means we are able to produce really top quality, healthy trees.

 

We also provide a complete service, from selection advice and planting plans through to a personal delivery, planting, staking and aftercare, so that all of our customers can fully engage with the experience of planting trees