The following trees are just a few of those that are suitable for domestic gardens in Great Britain (England/Scotland/Ireland).
Mountain Ash, Rowan
Monkey puzzle tree
The planting and cultivation of trees is similar to that for shrubs, particularly with regard to soil quality and its preparation. In general trees require a deep, open and well drained loamy soil. Plenty of rich humus should be added, especially if the soil is shallow, sandy or gravelly.
Tall trees will also need staking to prevent rocking during high winds, however the trunk should not be stated too firmly, as some movement is required to help the tree become established. The lower trunk will also require protection against damage by rabbits and small deer, who will often strip the lower bark and quickly kill the tree.