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Actinidia kolomiktaActinidia kolomikta
Actinidia kolomikta
A beautiful climbing shrub with tricolour foliage.  Looks sensational when entwined around a large tree.
£35.99
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Actinidia maloides
Actinidia maloides
A deciduous climber with dark green leaves with striking white blotches at the tips of the leaves, producing pink flowers in spring.
£37.99
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Akebia quinata
Clusters of purple, chocolate-scented flowers in April.  Attractive foliage and violet-grey fruits in autumn.
£56.99
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Akebia quinata cream-flowered
Clusters of cream, chocolate scented flowers in April.  Attractive foliage and violet-grey fruits in Autumn.
£35.99

Clematis Broughton Star
Clematis Broughton Star
Semi-double, deep-pink flowers.  Flowers best in full sun.  Less vigorous than some montana varieties.  Montanas are ideal for growing through trees, large shrubs or along a fence or wall.  This variety is suitable for smaller gardens.
£14.99
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Clematis Comtesse de Bouchaud
Clematis Comtesse de Bouchaud
One of the great old favourites, relaibly producing masses of pink striped flowers from June onwards. Thrives almost anywhere, and is a great compliment to darker coloured roses through which it will ramble with ease.
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Clematis Dark Eyes
Clematis Dark Eyes
Later flowering viticella hybrid. The flowers are smaller than those of the larger hybrids but they are produced in great profusion in late summer. A well grown plant co-existing with a pale climbing rose is a wonderful sight!
Clematis Elizabeth
Clematis Elizabeth
A vigorous very large deciduous climber with bronze young trifoliate leaves, mid green with age. Slightly scented pale pink flowers from late spring to early summer.
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Clematis Etoile Violette
Clematis Etoile Violette
A profusion of medium-sized, deep purple flowers from midsummer into autumn.
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Clematis Jackmanii Superba
Deep velvet purple flowers.  The flowers are larger and fuller than Jackmanii.
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Clematis macropetala
Clematis macropetala
Violet-blue semi-double flowers.  Macropetalas are very hardy, trouble-free clematis, good for hostile conditions or nervous gardeners!  Ideal for some spring flowers in the smaller garden.
Clematis montana grandiflora
Clematis montana grandiflora
White form.  Vigorous and larger than most montanas, making it ideal for growing through trees, large shrubs, or along a fence or wall.
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Clematis Petit Faucon
Clematis Petit Faucon
A deciduous climber with dark green leaves flushed bronze when young, producing violet-blue, nodding flowers from midsummer to mid autumn.
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Clematis tangutica
A strong-growing deciduous climber with small, bright green, roughly-toothed leaves producing pendulous, lantern-shaped, single, golden yellow flowers in easly summer and autumn followed by silky seed heads in autumn and winter.

Clematis Tetrarose
Clematis Tetrarose
Large, deep-pink, fragrant flowers.  Montanas are ideal for growing through trees, large shrubs or along a fence or wall.  Scented varieties such as this can be enjoyed best in a sunny position.
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Hedera Dentata Variegata
Hedera Dentata Variegata
A vigorous evergreen self clinging climber with large triangular variegated leaves. excellent for covering an unsightly wall or a fence.

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£11.99
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Hedera Glacier
A large evergreen climber with grey-green, arrow-shaped leaves with irregular creamy edges.
£14.99
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Hedera Goldheart
Hedera Goldheart
An evergreen climber with dark green, heart-shaped leaves with pale gold centres and pink stems.
£12.99
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Hedera Sagittifolia
Hedera Sagittifolia
An evergreen climber with small, narrow, arrow-shaped, dark green leaves tinged bronze in winter.
£11.99
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Hydrangea petiolaris
Self-clinging climber for exposed, shady walls or trees.  White lace-cap flowers in summer.  Yellow autumn colour.
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Hydrangea Semiola
A woody, evergreen to semi-evergreen climber with self-clinging aerial roots. The dark green leaves are flushed bronze when young and it produces large, domed clusters of white flowers in summer.
Jasminum nudiflorum
Jasminum nudiflorum
Winter-flowering jasmine with cheerful and uplifting bright yellow flowers from December through to March.
£12.99
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Jasminum officinale
Jasminum officinale
A fast-growing, deciduous climber producing clusters of sweetly fragrant white flowers, flushed pink in summer.
£12.99
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Jasminum stephanense
A strong-growing, deciduous climber producing clusters of sweetly fragrant pale pink flowers in summer. The foliage is bright green, occasionally with pale cream margins.
£12.99

Lonicera Belgica
Lonicera Belgica
One of the classic cottage garden honeysuckles. Belgica is early summer flowering, and is a vigorous plant ideal for covering fences and sheds where it will scramble happily and produce its bright flowers which are followed by scarlet berries which are adored by the birds, making it a great plant to bridge the gap between the oranamental garden and the wild garden. 
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Lonicera Dropmore Scarlet
Lonicera Dropmore Scarlet
One of the most disctinct of the honeysuckles with bright scarlet tubular flowers. Although not scented, the flowers and the unusually shaded blue green leaves earn it its place in the garden. Flowering from mid summer onwards it will often produce red berries which the birds adore!

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Lonicera Gold Flame
Wonderful honeysuckle for that cottage garden look. Smothered in scented flowers from june till the end of september which are sweetly scented, this plant really delivers. A non twining type of honeysuckle so it will need to be tied into a support, although it is perhaps best allowed just to scramble contentedly.
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Lonicera Hall's Prolific
Lonicera Hall's Prolific
Evergreen climber with profuse yellow and white scented flowers through summer.
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Lonicera Serotina
Lonicera Serotina
A perfect companion to the Belgica early flowering honeysuckle, Serotina is an old cottage garden favourite. A vigorous scrambler, it will easily cover a building or fence and soften any boundary with its sweetly scented flowers from late summer. Red berries are produced after flowering which are adored particularly by blackbirds.
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Parthenocissus engelmannii
A large, self-clinging, deciduous climber with toothed, large, five-pointed leaves, green in spring and summer, turning bronze-red in autumn.
£21.99

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Parthenocissus Kirigami
A vigorous, deciduous climber with large, 5-lobed leaves turning brilliant shades of red in the autumn with blue-black fruits after a hot, dry summer. A really useful plant for quickly covering unsightly buildings or fences.
£21.99
Parthenocissus quinquefoliaParthenocissus quinquefolia
Parthenocissus quinquefolia
A fast-growing, deciduous climber, ideal for quickly covering unsightly buildings or fences, producing large, deeply-divided, five-pointed leaves turning brilliant shades of crimson red in autumn.
£15.99

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Rosa Aimee Vibert
A climbing rose with pale pink buds opening to large clusters of fully double, cupped white flowers with a light fragrance in summer and autumn. All the roses we sell are field-grown and lifted when conditions are at their optimum to ensure strong, quality plants and are potted-up as soon as they are received into the nursery. This ensures that the roots do not dry out and gives the plant the best start. Therefore, do not be surprised if the soil falls away from the root when planting, particularly during the winter and early spring months. We use a high quality commercial compost mix when potting our roses and recommend you incorporate this into the planting hole when planting out in the garden.
£18.95
Rosa Albertine
Rosa Albertine
'Albertine' is a large and vigorous rambler to 5m, with strongly thorny, reddish stems and dark, glossy foliage. Very fragrant double, salmon-pink flowers in clusters in midsummer All the roses we sell are field-grown and lifted when conditions are at their optimum to ensure strong, quality plants and are potted-up as soon as they are received into the nursery. This ensures that the roots do not dry out and gives the plant the best start. Therefore, do not be surprised if the soil falls away from the root when planting, particularly during the winter and early spring months. We use a high quality commercial compost mix when potting our roses and recommend you incorporate this into the planting hole when planting out in the garden.
£16.95
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Rosa Aloha
Rosa Aloha
Regarded my many as possibly the best climbing rose of all, this is a truly scrumptious rose with densely-petalled flowers coming in small clusters that perform well as a cut flower.  The foliage is dark bronze when young, maturing to dark green.  This variety will tolerate poor soils though is slow-growing even in richer conditions.  It performs best in hot climates but also copes well with the British rain! Strong, fruity, sweet fragrance. All the roses we sell are field-grown and lifted when conditions are at their optimum to ensure strong, quality plants and are potted-up as soon as they are received into the nursery. This ensures that the roots do not dry out and gives the plant the best start. Therefore, do not be surprised if the soil falls away from the root when planting, particularly during the winter and early spring months. We use a high quality commercial compost mix when potting our roses and recommend you incorporate this into the planting hole when planting out in the garden.
£17.95
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Rosa Bright Future
Rosa Bright Future
A strong climbing rose with light green foliage producing strongly-scented, semi-double, orange flowers from summer into late autumn, fading to apricot as they mature.
£18.95

Rosa Climbing Arthur Bell
Rosa Climbing Arthur Bell
A climbing rose with glossy foliage and sprays of fragrant yellow flowers in summer and autumn. All the roses we sell are field-grown and lifted when conditions are at their optimum to ensure strong, quality plants and are potted-up as soon as they are received into the nursery. This ensures that the roots do not dry out and gives the plant the best start. Therefore, do not be surprised if the soil falls away from the root when planting, particularly during the winter and early spring months. We use a high quality commercial compost mix when potting our roses and recommend you incorporate this into the planting hole when planting out in the garden.
£18.95
Rosa Climbing Iceberg
Rosa Climbing Iceberg
Climbing sports of floribundas are very scarce and those that do exist tend to be pretty poor roses.  This variety, however, is quite the opposite.  A vigorous grower and highly floriferous throughout the flowering season, this rose in in a class of it's own.  The double flowers are pure white, though later in the season sometimes tinged pink, and the stems allow it to be trained over a wall or pergola.  An all round great performer. All the roses we sell are field-grown and lifted when conditions are at their optimum to ensure strong, quality plants and are potted-up as soon as they are received into the nursery. This ensures that the roots do not dry out and gives the plant the best start. Therefore, do not be surprised if the soil falls away from the root when planting, particularly during the winter and early spring months. We use a high quality commercial compost mix when potting our roses and recommend you incorporate this into the planting hole when planting out in the garden.
£18.95
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Rosa Climbing Lady Hillingdon
A very vigorous grower with flowers that are slightly larger and droop more than its tea rose parent. A very popular rose owing to its hardiness against the wall of a house. It is also one of the most continually-flowering of all climbing sports. Strong tea fragrance. Height to 4.5m. All the roses we sell are field-grown and lifted when conditions are at their optimum to ensure strong, quality plants and are potted-up as soon as they are received into the nursery. This ensures that the roots do not dry out and gives the plant the best start. Therefore, do not be surprised if the soil falls away from the root when planting, particularly during the winter and early spring months. We use a high quality commercial compost mix when potting our roses and recommend you incorporate this into the planting hole when planting out in the garden.
£18.95
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Rosa Compassion
Compassion is a very popular modern climber. When its flowers first open, they are extraordinarily beautiful: a mixture of salmon pink, apricot and orange, with pink on the upper sides of the petals. They develop from classic Hybrid Tea buds into a pretty, ruffled confection of petals. The flowers are borne singly or in clusters of up to five. The plant has large healthy, glossy, dark green leaves, quite a lot of prickles, and a thick, coarse, upright habit of growth. Strong, sweet, fruity fragrance. Height to 3m. All the roses we sell are field-grown and lifted when conditions are at their optimum to ensure strong, quality plants and are potted-up as soon as they are received into the nursery. This ensures that the roots do not dry out and gives the plant the best start. Therefore, do not be surprised if the soil falls away from the root when planting, particularly during the winter and early spring months. We use a high quality commercial compost mix when potting our roses and recommend you incorporate this into the planting hole when planting out in the garden.
£17.95
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Rosa Constance Spry
Rosa Constance Spry
An iconic rose which was David Austin's first ever hybrid. Round, globular flowers with incurved petals that never really open out owing to their sheer density. They are a pale clear pink with a darker pink inside and carry a strong myrrh-like fragrance. Can be grown as a shrub rose or as a climber. All the roses we sell are field-grown and lifted when conditions are at their optimum to ensure strong, quality plants and are potted-up as soon as they are received into the nursery. This ensures that the roots do not dry out and gives the plant the best start. Therefore, do not be surprised if the soil falls away from the root when planting, particularly during the winter and early spring months. We use a high quality commercial compost mix when potting our roses and recommend you incorporate this into the planting hole when planting out in the garden.
£18.95
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Rosa Creme de la Creme
Rosa Creme de la Creme
A reliable variety with the most wonderfully sweet fragrance.  The large flowers are borne freely over a long season, making this a truly fantastic garden rose. All the roses we sell are field-grown and lifted when conditions are at their optimum to ensure strong, quality plants and are potted-up as soon as they are received into the nursery. This ensures that the roots do not dry out and gives the plant the best start. Therefore, do not be surprised if the soil falls away from the root when planting, particularly during the winter and early spring months. We use a high quality commercial compost mix when potting our roses and recommend you incorporate this into the planting hole when planting out in the garden.
£18.95

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Rosa Felicite Perpetue
A vigorous semi-evergreen shrub with relatively thronless stems and glossy dark green leaves producing clusters of scented creamy white, sometime blush-pink flowers in summer. All the roses we sell are field-grown and lifted when conditions are at their optimum to ensure strong, quality plants and are potted-up as soon as they are received into the nursery. This ensures that the roots do not dry out and gives the plant the best start. Therefore, do not be surprised if the soil falls away from the root when planting, particularly during the winter and early spring months. We use a high quality commercial compost mix when potting our roses and recommend you incorporate this into the planting hole when planting out in the garden.
£18.95
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Rosa Francis E Lester
Rosa Francis E Lester
A very handsome and vigorous rambler.  Whilst the flowers are borne in spacious clusters, owing to their size they appear enormous.  Occasionally it may have a later cluster of flowers after it's first spectacularly floriferous burst and is followed by large, open clusters of small hips lasting well into the winter months.  Named after Francis E Lester, an Englishman who made his name as a rose grower in California.   All the roses we sell are field-grown and lifted when conditions are at their optimum to ensure strong, quality plants and are potted-up as soon as they are received into the nursery. This ensures that the roots do not dry out and gives the plant the best start. Therefore, do not be surprised if the soil falls away from the root when planting, particularly during the winter and early spring months. We use a high quality commercial compost mix when potting our roses and recommend you incorporate this into the planting hole when planting out in the garden.
£18.95
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Rosa Ghislaine de Feligonde
Rosa Ghislaine de Feligonde
A healthy and repeat-flowering climber that is not overly vigorous.  The flowers may be variable in colour depending on the weather, from pale apricot fading quickly to white in hot weather or in cooler weather they may open a darker pink and then go on to retain their colour.  The stems are almost thornless though the  flowering shoots may carry a mass of crimson bristles. Sweet and musky fragrance. All the roses we sell are field-grown and lifted when conditions are at their optimum to ensure strong, quality plants and are potted-up as soon as they are received into the nursery. This ensures that the roots do not dry out and gives the plant the best start. Therefore, do not be surprised if the soil falls away from the root when planting, particularly during the winter and early spring months. We use a high quality commercial compost mix when potting our roses and recommend you incorporate this into the planting hole when planting out in the garden.
£18.95
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Rosa Ginger Syllabub
Beautiful, old-style flowers and a wonderful fragrance, make this rose a fine choice for any garden.  A great repeat-performer. All the roses we sell are field-grown and lifted when conditions are at their optimum to ensure strong, quality plants and are potted-up as soon as they are received into the nursery. This ensures that the roots do not dry out and gives the plant the best start. Therefore, do not be surprised if the soil falls away from the root when planting, particularly during the winter and early spring months. We use a high quality commercial compost mix when potting our roses and recommend you incorporate this into the planting hole when planting out in the garden.
£17.95

Rosa Golden Showers
Rosa Golden Showers
An excellent, early-flowering climber.  The golden yellow flowers gently fade to lemon then cream and are slightly double with ruffles, coming typically in clusters of 3-5.  An excellent variety for cutting, and also puts on a fantastic repeat show in the autumn. Medium sweet fragrance. All the roses we sell are field-grown and lifted when conditions are at their optimum to ensure strong, quality plants and are potted-up as soon as they are received into the nursery. This ensures that the roots do not dry out and gives the plant the best start. Therefore, do not be surprised if the soil falls away from the root when planting, particularly during the winter and early spring months. We use a high quality commercial compost mix when potting our roses and recommend you incorporate this into the planting hole when planting out in the garden.
£17.95
Rosa Lilac Bouquet
Rosa Lilac Bouquet
Repeat-flowering rose producing semi-double, cupped, lilac flowers opening from deep lilac buds. A healthy and thornless variety. All the roses we sell are field-grown and lifted when conditions are at their optimum to ensure strong, quality plants and are potted-up as soon as they are received into the nursery. This ensures that the roots do not dry out and gives the plant the best start. Therefore, do not be surprised if the soil falls away from the root when planting, particularly during the winter and early spring months. We use a high quality commercial compost mix when potting our roses and recommend you incorporate this into the planting hole when planting out in the garden.
£18.95
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