Pink Trees

Pink Trees

Adding a splash of colour to your garden could not be easier because you can discover a variety of pink trees at Charella. Our range of pink flowering trees is perfect for complementing any outdoor space or garden project. Go for bold colours or a subtle touch of pink but whatever you choose, your garden will come to life.

Why choose pink trees for your garden?

Whether your garden needs a lift, or you want to add colour to a garden that lacks light, our pink trees are certain to provide the perfect solution. Opt for ornamental options such as the Magnolia tree or you can look to grow fruit with the Lord Napier Nectarine Tree. If you are looking for all-year-round evergreen colour, then the Rhododendron ‘Percy Wiseman’ Shrub is an ideal choice. For summer scents and colours then you have wealth of options such as the Syringa vulgaris 'Belle de Nancy' Tree or the Wisteria floribunda 'Rosea' Tree.


This type of plant can work seamlessly with other colours and shrubs and are ideal for border, pots and for creating a focal point. Transform your garden in the easiest possible way and give yourself a garden you can be proud of with our variety of pink trees.

Select the perfect tree for your garden

At Charella, we are committed to giving you a wide choice of trees for your garden and outdoor space. They are the ideal option for anyone looking to give their space a distinctive look while they are ideal for landscaping projects too.Create a focal point on a patio, place them alongside other plants such as bay trees or use them to create shade. Once they flower, they ooze colour and charm, adding a touch of class and elegance that can be enjoyed throughout the year.

Caring for pink trees

Caring for pink flowering trees like Wisteria is relatively easy. They prefer full sun to partial shade and well-draining soil. They should be watered regularly, especially during dry spells, to keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. They should be fertilised twice a year, once in the spring and once in the summer with a slow-release fertiliser.

Pruning is also necessary, these trees should be pruned after they have finished flowering, this will promote bushier growth and remove any dead or diseased branches. They are disease-resistant, but they may be susceptible to certain pests. Regular inspection can help to keep your tree in pristine condition.

Contact information

At Charella, we want to help you discover the perfect plants for your garden. If you are looking for expert advice, then feel free to get in touch with us today. For more information about small trees contact us here or call us on 01386 859004.

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