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Abelia Edward GoucherAbelia Edward Goucher
Abelia Edward Goucher
A graceful, arching, evergreen shrub bearing pale pink flowers from midsummer to autumn. Best planted in a sheltered position whether against a wall or with other shrubs that will provide shelter from cold, drying winds.
from £12.99
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Abelia grandiflora
Abelia grandiflora
A medium-sized, semi-evergreen shrub with arching branches of small, glossy leaves and clusters of small, pale pink, slightly fragrant flowers throughout summer.
£13.99

Abelia HopleysAbelia Hopleys
Abelia Hopleys
A variegated form with green leaves and irregular yellow margins and bearing fragrant pink and white flowers in abundance throughout summer.
£11.99
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Abelia Kaleidoscope
Abelia Kaleidoscope
A semi-evergreen shrub of compact, rounded habit with arching branches of glossy, yellow-green foliage turning orange-red in autumn. In summer it bears small, trumpet-like, fragrant white flowers opening from pink buds. Abelias will benefit from being grown in a sheltered site, protected from strong, drying winds and the harsher frosts.
from £11.99

Abelia Semperflorens
Abelia Semperflorens
A semi-evergreen shrub with glossy, small leaves which from June bears plentiful, small, fragrant, tubular pink flowers.
£11.99
Abelia Sparkling SilverAbelia Sparkling Silver
Abelia Sparkling Silver
A compact, semi-evergreen shrub with silver-white and green variegated foliage with clusters of small, pale pink to white fragrant flowers from late summer into autumn.
£11.99

Acer Atropurpureum
Acer Atropurpureum
Tall tree of bushy habit with divided, deep purple leaves, becoming red in autumn with red-purple flowers in spring.
from £32.99
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Acer Beni-maiko
A slow-growing deciduous shrub or small tree with deeply-lobed, bright red leaves in spring turning reddish-pink then green in summer before changing to orange in autumn.
£32.99
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Acer Bloodgood
Acer Bloodgood
A large, bushy, deciduous shrub with deep red-purple leaves turning red in autumn and bearing small, purple flowers in spring followed by red fruits.
£54.99
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Acer Bloodgood
A large, bushy, deciduous shrub with deep red-purple leaves turning red in autumn and bearing small, purple flowers in spring followed by red fruits.
£124.99
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Acer Dissectum
Acer Dissectum
A slow-growing, deciduous shrub, forming a dome of lacy, green foliage in spring becoming gold and orange in autumn.
£57.99
Acer Emerald Lace
Acer Emerald Lace
A vigorous, mound-forming, deciduous shrub with arching branches bearing lobed, finely cut foliage, bright green to start and turning shades of red in autumn. In spring it bears pendant clusters of tiny, reddish-purple flowers followed by red winged fruit in summer.
£32.99
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Acer Garnet
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Acer Garnet
A medium-sized, deciduous shrub with feathery, garnet-coloured leaves turning brighter in autumn with purple flowers in summer followed by red fruits.
£124.99
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Acer Katsura
Acer Katsura
A small, deciduous tree or shrub with lobed, palmate leaves pale orange in spring and yellow in summer and in autumn bearing both colours with hues of pink.
£32.99
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Acer Orange Dream
Acer Orange Dream
A spreading, deciduous shrub with orange-green leaves in spring with masses of tiny, purple-red flowers. The foliage turns yellow in autumn.
£32.99
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Acer Seiryu
Acer Seiryu
A medium-sized, deciduous shrub with deeply-incised, light green foliage with red tinges turning red and orange-yellow in autumn.
£32.99
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Acer Shaina
Acer Shaina
A slow-growing, deciduous shrub with vibrant red spring foliage turning rich claret then becoming bright red again in autumn.
£32.99
Acer Skeeter's Broom
Acer Skeeter's Broom
A small, deciduous tree or shrub of compact, upright habit bearing deeply-divided, palmate red leaves in spring turning maroon in summer then dark red in autumn.
£32.99

Aloysia citrodora
Aloysia citrodora
A deciduous sub-shrub with strongly lemon-scented, narrow, lance-shaped foliage, producing panicles of tiny white or pale lilac flowers in summer.
£3.99
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Arbutus Roselily
Arbutus Roselily
Evergreen shrub with rough bark and leathery, glossy green leaves. Drooping sprays of small white-pink flowers in autumn accompanied by yellow-red strawberry-like fruits.
£33.99

Arbutus unedo rubra
Arbutus unedo rubra
A slow-growing, evergreen bush with dark green, leathery foliage and rough bark. In autumn it bears panicles small, rose-pink, pitcher-shaped flowers along with the ripening edible fruits of the previous year's flowers. Whilst it can ultimately attain 8m or more in height, this will take 20 years or more to achieve.
£10.99
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Artemisia Powis Castle
Artemisia Powis Castle
Dwarf, evergreen shrub with silvery, finely dissected foliage and bearing yellow flowers in late summer.
from £4.50
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Atriplex halimus
A bushy, evergreen shrub with attractive, silvery-grey foliage, occasionally producing sprays of greenish flowers in summer. An ideal plant for coastal or exposed sites.
£19.99
Aucuba Golden King
Aucuba Golden King
An evergreen shrub with large, bright, glossy green leaves, very heavily blotched with golden yellow.
from £11.99
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Aucuba Rozannie
Aucuba Rozannie
A compact, evergreen shrub with dark green, glossy, lance-shaped leaves bearing clusters of small, red-purple flowers in summer followed by bright red berries. A relatively small plant which can be grown in a container.
£12.99
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Azalea Doctor M Oosthoek
Clusters of funnel-shaped, deep orange-red flowers in late spring with good autumn colour.
£43.99

Azalea Geisha Orange
Azalea Geisha Orange
A dwarf, evergreen Rhododendron with dark green foliage and orange flowers in spring and summer.
£12.99
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Azalea Klondyke
A deciduous azalea with copper-coloured young foliage, producing clusters of deep golden-orange flowers, tinged-red.
from £34.99
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Azalea Lingot d'Or
An upright variety with light-green foliage, producing large clusters of golden-yellow flowers in late spring.
£44.99
Azalea luteum
Azalea luteum
A deciduous Azalea with an upright habit, bearing masses of fragrant yellow flowers from late spring into early summer. Best grown in dappled shade, though will tolerate full sun if the soil is moist but well-drained.
£39.99

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Azalea Persil
A deciduous azalea producing trusses of white, funnel-shaped flowers in mid-spring.
from £34.99
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Berberis darwinii
Berberis darwinii
A vigorous, evergreen shrub of dense, upright habit with glossy, spiny, dark green foliage and bearing pendular racemes of dark orange flowers in spring, occasionally again in autumn followed by round, blue-black fruits.
£19.99
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Berberis darwinii Compacta
Berberis darwinii Compacta
A dwarf, evergreen shrub with spiny stems and a dense habit, making it a great hedging plant with built-in security. In spring it bears masses of orange flowers which are attractive to wildlife and in autumn bears small purple-black fruits.
£10.99
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Berberis HarlequinBerberis Harlequin
Berberis Harlequin
A compact deciduous shrub with reddish-purple foliage which is heavily marbled with pink and white, making this a particularly attractive plant. It bears pale yellow flowers in late spring followed later by red berries. It can make a striking, specimen plant and benefits from being clipped annually to maintain a good shape and also to keep the colouring at its best.
£10.99
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Berberis Orange Sunrise
Berberis Orange Sunrise
A new variety with intense orange younger growth developing a golden margin with age. A fast-growing Polish cultivar with an upright habit.
£15.99
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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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Callicarpa Profusion
Callicarpa Profusion
An upright, deciduous shrub bearing clusters of small, pink flowers in midsummer and followed by brilliant, bright purple berries in autumn that stay on the plant even when the leaves have fallen.
£12.99
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Callistemon Hot Pink
Callistemon Hot Pink
An Australian evergreen shrub with fragrant, narrow, lance-shaped leaves producing prominent, bright pink bottlebrush-like flowers in summer and autumn.
from £12.99

Callistemon SplendensCallistemon Splendens
Callistemon Splendens
An upright evergreen shrub with slender, arching branches and stiff, narrow leaves. In spring and summer it bears bright red bottlebrush-like flowers. Best grown in a sheltered position or in a container in frost-prone areas so it can be overwintered in a cool greenhouse.
from £11.99
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Camellia Ace of Hearts
Evergreen shrub with glossy, dark green leaves forming large, peony-form red flowers in spring.
£24.99

Camellia Anticipation
Camellia Anticipation
A lovely evergreen shrub with masses of ruffled, rose-pink flowers borne in late winter and early spring. Camellias are best grown in a sheltered position. They really like acidic soil, but can happily be grown in containers using ericaceous compost.

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£24.99
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Camellia Brushfield's Yellow
Camellia Brushfield's Yellow
An upright, evergreen shrub with glossy, dark green foliage and in winter and spring, bearing double, creamy-white flowers with a yellow centre. Camellias are best grown in a sheltered position to prevent frost damage to the buds, and need to be planted in slightly acidic soil or ericaceous compost if planted in pots.
from £24.99
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Camellia Debbie
Camellia Debbie
An evergreen shrub with glossy, dark green leaves and bearing masses of ruffled, pink flowers in spring. Camellias need acidic soil, but can also be grown as specimen container plants in ericaceous compost.

5

£24.99
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Camellia Doctor Burnside
Camellia Doctor Burnside
An evergreen shrub with glossy, dark green leaves, producing semi-double, scarlet-red flowers from late winter into spring.
£24.99

Camellia Doctor King
Camellia Doctor King
Upright, evergreen shrub with glossy, dark green foliage and bearing semi-double, reddish pink flowers from winter through until spring.
from £24.99
Camellia Kanjiro
Camellia Kanjiro
Dramatic cerise red flowers set against glossy, evergreen foliage.
£38.99

Camellia Magnoliiflora
Camellia Magnoliiflora
A wide-spreading, evergreen shrub with twisted, glossy, dark green leaves producing semi-double, blush-pink flowers in spring.
£24.99
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Camellia Narcissiflora
An evergreen shrub with glossy, dark green leaves, producing scented, single white flowers with a golden centre from mid-autumn to mid-winter.
£37.99
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