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Berberis thunbergii 'Rose Glow' (Barberry)

Berberis thunbergii 'Rose Glow' is a slow-growing deciduous shrub. The unusual foliage is dark purple with creamy white variegations if grown in sun or light shade. It bears yellow flowers in spring which are followed by red berries. Its stems are... more...



Buxus

Buxus (Box, Boxwood)

Buxus is a group of slow growing evergreen shrubs. They have small leaves which are green or variegated, making them popular for clipping into hedges or topiary work. Most are very hardy growing in regions up to zone 5. They will grow anywhere fro... more...


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Caryopteris

Caryopteris (Bluebeard, Blue spiraea)

Caryopteris are evergreen shrubs bearing feathery displays of blue flowers in late summer and early autumn. The foliage is scented. Caryopteris grow best in full sun on well-drained soil. Prune hard each spring to encourage flowering. more...


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Cornus

Cornus (Dogwood, Cornel)

Cornus are a group of very hardy, deciduous, shrubs which are noted for their often brightly coloured stems which make an impressive display in winter. Depending on variety the stems can be bright yellow, red or black. Some varieties have variegat... more...


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Fatshedera lizei

Fatshedera lizei is a large evergreen shrub grown for it's large glossy leaves and architectural form. It is commonly grown as a houseplant but can also be used outdoors in regions up to zone 8, where it can be grown as a wall shrub. Fatshedera li... more...



Fatsia japonica

Fatsia japonica

Fatsia japonica is an evergreen shrub grown for it's large glossy green leaves. It is commonly grown as a houseplant or an architectural plant for the garden. Fatsia japonica will grow in most soils if given a sheltered position in shade. It is ha... more...



Fuchsia

Fuchsia is a large group of deciduous shrubs which flower over a long period from late spring to late summer, and may even continue flowering into winter if conditions are suitable. Flowers some in a wide range of colours from white through to pin... more...



Pittosporum

Pittosporums are evergreen, mostly tender shrubs grown for their foliage which is light green in the species but may be purple, silver, gold or variegated in cultivated varieties. Mature plants may display purple of brown fragrant flowers in spri... more...



Canna

Cannas are perennials with large leaves, sometimes coloured bronze or purple, on upright stems and flowers in shades of red, pink and white. Cannas prefer a fertile, moist but not waterlogged soil in full sun. Rhizomes can be lifted and stored in ... more...



Chamaerops humilis

Chamaerops humilis (Dwarf fan palm)

Chamaerops humilis is a slow growing evergreen palm with large fan-shaped divided leaves. Chamaerops require a well-drained soil in full sun. more...



Colocasia esculanta 'Black Magic'

Colocasia esculanta 'Black Magic' (Elephants ears)

Colocasias are tender perennials grown for their bold and imposing leaves which are up to three feet (1m) long. C. 'Black Magic' is a popular variety with purple-black leaves. Colocasias requires a moist soil to grow in, even growing in bog garden... more...


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Cyclamen

Cyclamen

Cyclamen are small perennials which bear pink, red or white flowers. Hardy varieties are suitable for naturalising under trees and banks. Some types are commonly used as houseplants or in winter tubs and baskets. Cyclamen like a fertile soil in su... more...


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Dryopteris

Dryopteris (Buckler fern)

Dryopteris are hardy ferns forming stout clumps of foliage. Most species are vigorous and long-lived. Dryopteris need a shady site and moist soil. more...


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Echeveria 'Victor Reiter'

Echeveria 'Victor Reiter' (Hen and chickens)

A variety of echeveria with foliage tipped red, which is especially bright in winter. more...


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