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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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Dizygotheca

Dizygothecas are frost tender evergreen shrubs and trees grown for their delicately cut foliage. In some varieties the leaves may be purplish coloured. Flowers are insignificant and only appear on large plants. They require partial shade and ferti... more...



Eleagnus (Oleaster)

Eleagnus are a group of evergreen and deciduous shrubs grown for their often variegated foliage and insignificant but highly scented flowers. Eleagnus prefers a sunny site with soil on the dry side. They cope well with exposed conditions, even gro... more...


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Euonymus

Euonymus

Euonymus are shrubs which can either be deciduous or evergreen. Evergreen forms are grown for their colourful, often variegated foliage. Deciduous forms have bright berries and autumn leaf colour. Flowers are insignificant. Euonymus cope well and ... more...


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Viburnum davidii

Viburnum davidii

Viburnum davidii is a low spreading evergreen shrub. It bears unimpressive flowers in summer and bright blue berries in autumn. Viburnums grow will in most soils in sun or light shade, preferring a site away from cold winds. more...



Artemisia

Artemisia (Wormwood)

Artemisias are perennials and spreading shrubs with finely divided silvery-grey foliage. They are grown for their foliage, their flowers being generally insignificant. They make an excellent foil to more colourful specimins in the perennial border... more...


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