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Buxus sempervirens
Buxus sempervirens
A slow-growing, evergreen shrub which makes an incredibly versatile garden plant. It's tight habit allows for it to be clipped easily either to form a formal, low hedge or into topiary shapes. It is happy growing in full sun, though with dry soil as well this can lead to leaf scorch, so regular watering would be recommended in such a situation. It will also benefit from a good foliar feed to encourage the leaves to maintain their deep green colour.
£9.99
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Cornus Flaviramea
Cornus Flaviramea
A good medium-sized shrub with bright golden-yellow bare stems in winter and small white flowers in late spring. Coupled with ovate, bright green leaves which turn red and orange in autumn, make this a brilliant all-year-round plant.
£10.99
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Cornus Sibirica
Cornus Sibirica
Deciduous shrub with dark green oval foliage with bright red stems in winter. A real showstopper in winter, particularly when planted in clumps. In late spring and early summer, it bears clusters of creamy-white flowers.
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Corylus avellana
A large, spreading, deciduous shrub or small tree, with rounded, dark green foliage turning yellow in autumn. In late winter and early spring it bears long, yellow catkins and in late summer and early autumn, produces edible nuts.
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Cuprocyparis Castlewellan
Cuprocyparis Castlewellan
A vigorous, columnar, evergreen conifer with flat sprays of golden yellow foliage. Ideal for creating a fast-growing hedge and for screening.
£12.99
Griselinia littoralis
Griselinia littoralis
A fast-growing, evergreen shrub ideal for screening relatively quickly, with bright green, glossy leaves and bearing small, insignificant green flowers in spring sometimes followed by purple fruits.
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Griselinia littoralis Variegata
Griselinia littoralis Variegata
A useful shrub for screening or filling a large area fairly quickly. It has an upright habit with leathery, glossy, green leaves heavily mottled with creamy-white markings. In spring it bears small, insignificant green flowers and occasionally purple fruits in autumn.
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Ilex aquifolium
Ilex aquifolium
Holly is a very slow growing plant, and easily pruned to the size required, so don't be put off by it's potential size! Lustrous, glossy, dark green, spiny leaves throughout the year with red berries in autumn and winter.
£12.99
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Ligustrum ovalifolium Aureum
Ligustrum ovalifolium Aureum
A large, dense, evergreen shrub with rich yellow, oval leaves, often with green markings at the centre. It bears small panicles of creamy white flowers in summer followed by small black berries. An excellent hedging plant.
£10.99
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Lonicera periclymenum
A twining woody, deciduous climber with oval leaves that are borne opposite in pairs. Flowerheads, appearing in summer, consist of whorls of 2 lipped, long, yellow and white trumpets which are sometimes tinged red. Clusters of glossy, red berries follow.
£12.99
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Prunus Brenelia
Prunus Brenelia
Ideal as a hedging plant but equally good as a stand-alone specimen and can even be used for topiary. Evergreen with dark green foliage and dark red stems producing clusters of white flowers in summer.
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Prunus lusitanicaPrunus lusitanica
Prunus lusitanica
A large, evergreen shrub or tree which being easy to trim to size and shape, makes it a good, reliable, hedging plant. The dark red shoots bear large, glossy green leaves and in early summer is covered in large racemes of fragrant white flowers.
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Prunus Rotundifolia
Prunus Rotundifolia
A strong-growing, bushy shrub of upright habit with twisted, oblong, glossy, green leaves producing racemes of fragrant white flowers in spring, followed by cherry-like, red fruits, ripening to black.
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Taxus baccataTaxus baccata
Taxus baccata
An evergreen conifer / tree with leathery, green, needle-like leaves. It can grow to a height of 20m or more but is easily pruned to maintain the height and shape required. It is a superb plant for formal hedging owing to the density of its foliage and its tolerance to pruning. It can also be used for creating topiary.
£69.99
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