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Pot size

Height cm

Price

Plant code

RHAMNUS

 

PLEASE NOTE: Harmful if eaten and a skin irritant.

 

 

 

 

alaternus Argenteovariegata

 

Ovate green leaves are marbled grey with creamy-white margins. Yellow-green flowers in April followed by red fruits in autumn, turning black. Evergreen upright bushy shrub, fast growing to 1.8 m in five years. Prefers shelter and shade.

2L

30-40

11.99

SHR001

RHUS

 

 

 

 

 

 

typhina

 

"Staghorn Sumach". Large pinnate serrated leaves, turning brilliant orange and scarlet in autumn, on thick branching stems covered in red-brown hairs. Inconspicuous flowers, but spikes of crimson fruit last into winter on female plants. Large shrub/small tree.

5L

60-80

14.27

SHR006

RIBES

 

 

 

 

 

 

sanguineum Brocklebankii

 

Pink flowers in April and golden yellow foliage. Compact habit, preferring some shade.

3L

40-60

9.00

SHR017

sanguineum King Edward VII

 

Intense crimson flowers in late April-May. Compact shrub. Medium.

3L

40-60

5.29

SHR018

sanguineum White Icicle

 

Long racemes of white flowers in April.

3L

60-80

9.00

SHR022

ROSMARINUS

 

"Rosemary". Shrub with evergreen aromatic foliage best grown in sun and tolerating dry conditions.

 

 

 

 

officinalis

 

Very narrow green-grey leaves, white underneath, and blue lilac flowers in May. Dense shrub, small/medium.

2L

4.79

SHR028

officinalis Majorca Pink


Attractive pink flowering form

2L


4.79

SHR031

officinalis Prostratus Group

 

Clusters of blue flowers freely produced in May-June. Mat forming dense shrub. Prostrate/Dwarf.

2L

4.79

SHR035

RUBUS

 

 

 

 

 

 

Betty Ashburner

 

Evergreen 3-lobed dark green shiny leaves, grey-white underneath. Good for ground cover Prostrate/dwarf.

2L

4.00

SHR042

cockburnianus

 

Pinnate leaves, white underneath, on purple arching stems which are covered in a white bloom. Inconspicuous rose-purple flowers, followed by bloomy-black fruits. Large to 2.5 m, 2 m spread.

2L

5.49

SHR044

thibetanus (Silver Fern)

 

Purple flowers followed by black or red fruits. Fern-like narrow pinnate leaves, grey above and white underneath, on prickly purplish-brown stems with blue-white bloom. Medium. Spreads by suckering.

2L

5.49

SHR050

tricolor

 

White flowers in July followed by edible red fruits. Evergreen glossy ivy-shaped leaves are green and white underneath on hairy stems. Vigorous trailing habit. Prostrate.

2L

20-30

4.00

SHR052

RUSCUS

 

 

 

 

 

 

aculeatus

 

"Butchers Broom". Upright dark green spine-tipped stems in thick clumps with red berries from September. Dwarf evergreen good on chalk.

3L

20-30

16.32

SHR054

SALIX

 

"Willow"

 

 

 

 

repens Voorthuizen


Creeping willow

2L

20-30

4.79

SHS011

SAMBUCUS

 

"Elderberry"

 

 

 

 

nigra Aurea

 

"The Golden Elder". Golden yellow young foliage deepening with maturity. Large

3L

30-40

5.00

SHS017

nigra f. porphyrophylla Eva



Black Elder

3L

40-60

7.69

SHS024

racemosa Sutherland Gold

 

Yellow flowers April-May followed by red berries and deeply cut golden foliage turning green if grown in shade. Large, hardy

3L

40-60

7.69

SHS026

SANTOLINA

 

"Cotton Lavender". Evergreen shrub preferring sun and light sandy soil. Produces yellow button flowers on 2 year wood but best pruned hard in April to keep shape and colour of foliage.

 

 

 

 

chamaecyparissus

 

Silvery thread-like foliage with bright lemon yellow button flowers in July. Rounded habit, Dwarf to 60 cm high.

2L

4.79

SHS027

chamaecyparissus var.nana

 

Similar to S. chamaecyparissus but with much whiter foliage and more compact. Prostrate, 20 cm high, 45 cm spread.

2L

4.79

SHS032

rosmarinifolia (virens)

 

Bright lemon yellow flowers on long stems in July and fresh green thread-like foliage. Dense hummock form. Dwarf.

2L

4.79

SHS038

SARCOCOCCA

 

"Christmas or Sweet Box". Evergreen shrub liking part to full shade and thriving in any soil, including chalk.

 

 

 

 

confusa

 

Highly fragrant creamy white flowers in Jan-Feb followed by black fruit. Glossy green leaves. Dense shrub with spreading habit. Dwarf/small.

2L

20-30

6.70

SHS041

SKIMMIA

 

Evergreen compact shrub tending to yellow in full sun. Plant 1 male to 3 females to ensure good berrying.

 

 

 

 

japonica subsp.Reevesiana (Hermaphrodite form)

 

White flowers in May followed by crimson long-lasting berries. Dark green leaves. Compact spreading habit, slow growing and not lime tolerant.

2L

15-20

8.21

SHS060

japonica Veitchii (Foremanii)

 

Female form with white flowers, April-May, followed by large red fruits. Broad leaves. Small.

3L

30-40

7.50

SHS065

SPIRAEA

 

 

 

 

 

 

Arguta

 

"Bridal Wreath". Profusion of small white flower flusters along branches, April-May, as small narrow leaves emerge. Medium shrub with slender arching stems.

2L

40-60

4.79

SHS072

japonica Anthony Waterer

 

Bright crimson flowers in flat panicles, July-Sept. Foliage often variegated cream and pink. Low twiggy shrub, Small.

2L

30-40

4.79

SHS076

japonica Goldflame

 

Violet-red flowers, July-Aug, with bronze-yellow leaves turning to golden yellow in summer. Small upright shrub.

2L

30-40

4.79

SHS082

japonica Goldmound

 

Golden leaves on twiggy mound forming branches. Clusters of mid-pink flowers in early summer.

2L

15-20

4.79

SHS084

japonica Little Princess

 

Rose-crimson flowers in July-Aug and small leaves in compact mound-forming habit. Dwarf-small.

2L

20-30

4.79

SHS085

nipponica Snowmound

 

White flowers cover branches in June. Upright mound-forming and dense habit. Small.

2L

20-30

4.79

SHS088

STEPHANANDRA

 

 

 

 

 

 

incisa Crispa

 

Greenish white flowers, May-June. Zigzag stems bearing small crinkled leaves turning to orange-red in autumn. Arching dense shrub good for ground cover in sun or part shade. Dwarf.

2L

 

4.21

SHS094

STRANVAESIA


 

See PHOTINIA

 

 

 

 

SYMPHORICARPUS

 

"Snowberry". Freely suckering shrub.

 

 

 

 

x chenaultii Hancock

 

Pink-white berries in autumn. Dense spreading shrub forming low mounds, good for ground cover in shady position. Dwarf-small.

2L

20-30

4.21

SHS099

x doorenbosii White Hedge


Upright deciduous shrub with ovate, dark-green leaves, greenish-white flowers in summer followed by white fruits in autumn

3L

40-60

4.21

SHS103

SYRINGA

 

 

 

 

 

 

meyeri var. spontanea Palabin

 

Pale lilac or lilac-pink flower panicles, May-June. Small rounded leaves, rounded dense compact habit. Small-medium. Good for small gardens.

2L

30-40

8.80

SHS107

x josiflexa Bellicent



Lilac 'Bellicent - large shrub with large loose panicles of rose pink flowers in early summer.

3L

40-60

10.48

SHS111

vulgaris Madame Lemoine

 

Creamy buds open to produce large double white flowers in compact panicles.

10L

80-100

26.27

SHS117