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Pot size

Height cm

 

Price

Plant code

BUDDLEJA

 

  Attractive to butterflies and bees

 

 

 

 

 

Alternifolia

 

Graceful weeping branches with narrow grey=green leaves on slender shoots. Neat purple fragrant flower clusters along shoots, early summer. Large to 2.5 m.

3L

80-100


6.21

SHB046

davidii White Profusion

 

Large pure white flower panicles with yellow eye, July-Aug. Large to 2 m.

3L

40-60

 

5.49

SHB069

CHAENOMELES

 

"Flowering Quince". Spreading shrub with showy flowers and fragrant fruit. Thorny with oval mid-green leaves.






x superba Crimson & Gold

 

Deep red flowers with golden-yellow anthers. Dense shrub, Small

2L

40-60

 

5.29

SHC182

x superba Jet Trail

 

Large single white flowers. Low spreading dense habit. Good for ground cover. Small.

2L

40-60

 

5.80

SHC183

CORNUS


Attractive to flies and beetles






sanguinea Midwinter Fire

 

Orange, yellow and red stems in winter, green leaves turn to give brilliant autumn colour

2L

15-20

 

7.00

SHC307


CORYLUS

 

"Hazel" . Attractive to birds, particularly wrens and finches

 

 

 

 

avellana Aurea

 

Leaves are yellow all season with yellow catkins in Feb. Large

3L

60-80

 

9.20

SHC326

CYTISUS

 

"Broom" Attractive to reed bunting, sparrow hawks, bugs, moths, spiders etc






x beanii

 

Low-growing with deep yellow flowers in arching sprays, May. Dwarf, ideal for rock gardens.

2L

30-40D

 

5.49

SHC381

x kewensis

 

Creamy white flowers in May. Semi-prostrate arching habit, useful for banks. Dwarf.

2L

40-60D

 

5.49

SSHC393

x praecox Allgold

 

Abundance of bright yellow flowers, May. Densely branched shrub. Medium.

3L

30-40

 

5.49

SHC402

ESCALLONIA

 

Evergreen bushy shrub flowering freely in June. Glossy ovate fine toothed edged leaves are mid green. Ideal for hedging in coastal areas. Attractive to bees, wasps and moths






laevis Gold Ellen

 

Rosy-red bell-like flowers Aug-Sept on distinctive evergreen golden foliage, aromatic when bruised. Compact habit, Small.

2L

30-40

 

4.70

SHE141

Apple Blossom

 

Profusion of pink and white flowers.

 

2L

30-40

 

4.70

SHE143

FUCHSIA


Birds such as linnet, dunnock, bullfinch and even yellowhammer may nest in thick bushes and the caterpillar of the elephant hawk-moth eats the leaves.






Lady Thumb

 

Bushy plant with semi-double red and white flowers. Dwarf.

2L


 

4.79

SHF042

magellanica Versicolor

 

Grey-green leaves tinted rose-pink when young, variegated cream-white with age. Broad habit.

2L


 

4.79

SHF045

Mrs. Popple

 

Large flowers have violet petals, spreading sepals and long protruding crimson stamens.

2L


 

4.79

SHF046

HEBE

 

Evergreen shrubs in wide range of size and habit liking sunny positions. Attractive to butterflies and bees

 

 

 

 

albicans

 

Short white flower spikes above glaucous grey-green leaves. Dense round habit. Dwarf.

2L

 

4.79

SHH021

Autumn Glory

 

Short spikes of violet-blue flowers Aug-Oct above small round leaves. Loose habit. Small.

2L

15-20

 

5.80

SHH024

Great Orme

 

Flowers are pink fading to white. Compact narrow leaves. Small.

2L

 

 

5.80

SHH033

Midsummer Beauty

 

Long lavender flower racemes above long narrow leaves which have reddish tint underneath. Medium.

3L

30-40

 

5.80

SHH036

Mrs Winder

 

Violet-blue flowers on short spikes July. Neat small leaves are copper tinted in winter. Fairly hardy with dense habit.

2L

20-30

 

5.69

SHH037

pinguifolia Pagei

 

White flowers in May-June. Small glaucous grey leaves.. Spreading habit good for ground cover. Dwarf.

2L

 

4.79

SHH041

Purple Shamrock


Dwarf, compact, evergreen shrub that has spear-shaped, green leaves with cream edges which have a purple tinge in spring and winter, and mauve flowers in summer.

2L

15-20

 

8.80

SHH044

rakaiensis (subalpina)

 

Short upright white flower racemes June-July. Bright green small oval leaves in vertical rows. Compact dense shrub. Dwarf.

2L

 

4.79

SHH045

Red Edge

 

Similar to H. albicans except that leaf has thin red margin. Leaves turn deep red in winter.

2L

15-20

 

4.79

SHH046

Sapphire

 

Violet flower spikes July-Sept. Well rounded shrub branched to 120 cm. Small.

2L


 

5.40

SHH047

vernicosa



2L


 

4.79

SHH050

White Gem

 

Abundant white flowers June. Compact mound forming habit. Dwarf

2L


 

4.79

SHH051

Youngii (Carl Teschner)

 

Violet-blue flowers with white throat above small dark green leaves. Compact shrub suitable for ground cover. Dwarf.

2L


 

4.79

SHH052

LAVANDULA

 

Blue/purple/white flowers and blue/grey aromatic leaves. Evergreen liking full sun and good drainage. Attractive to butterflies and bees






stoechas subsp.pendunculata Papillon)

 

Similar to stoechas but more vigorous with longer magenta-purple bracts.

2L


 

4.79

SHL031

RHAMNUS

 

PLEASE NOTE: Harmful if eaten and a skin irritant. Garden form of wild plant. Attraftive to bees, moths, butterflies, birds


 

 

 

 


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

SAMBUCUS

 

"Elderberry" Attractive to butterflies, bees and birds which feed off the berries.

 

 

 

 


nigra Aurea

 

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

3L

40-60


5.00

SHS017

VIBURNUM


Attractive to bees and wasps






tinus

 

"Laurustinus". Clusters of pink buds open to flat heads of fragrant white flowers, Dec-March. Large dark evergreen glossy oval leaves on reddish twigs. Dense, bushy and upright habit. Large.

2L

30-40

 

6.21

SHV049

CLIMBERS








CLEMATIS








Hagley Hybrid

 

Shell pink flowers with brown stamens, June-Sept.

2L

60-80

 

8.84

CLI024

Mrs Cholmondeley

 

Large light blue flowers with pointed sepals, May-Aug.

2L

60-80

 

8.84

CLI033

Perle d'Azure

 

Azure-blue bell-shaped flowers with cream-green anthers, late summer.

2L

60-80

 

8.84

CLI035

Rouge Cardinal

 

Single vibrant velvet-crimson flowers, mid-summer. Likes full sun.

2L

60-80

 

8.84

CLI036

Ville de Lyon

 

Carmine-red flowers, deeper at the margins and with golden stamens, July-Oct.

2L

60-80

 

8.84

CLI039

armandii

 

Creamy white flowers, April-May, and evergreen long dark green leaflets, three to each leaf. Medium to fast rate of growth.

2L

60-80

 

21.60

CLI044

montana var.rubens

 

Pale rose-pink flowers, May-June.

2L


 

8.23

CLI050

HEDERA

 

"Ivy". PLEASE NOTE: Harmful if eaten and a skin and eye irritant.






colchica Dentata Variegata (Dentata Aurea)

 

Bright green large broad leaves blending to grey and with irregular creamy yellow margins.

10L

150-175

 

26.70

CLI078

helix Glacier

 

Small silver-grey leaves have narrow white margin.

2L

40-60

 

4.95

CLI090

helix Green Ripple

 

Jagged lobed small leaves, the central lobe being long and tapering.

2L

 

4.95

CLI098

helix Oro di Bogliasco

 

Self clinging climber with golden centre to leaf

2L

30-40

 

6.37

CLI110

hibernica

 

Large dark green leaves are five-lobed. Good for ground cover.

2L

30-40

 

4.10

CLI116

hibernica Sagittifolia

 

Neat growing form with pointed leaves

2L

30-40

 

4.95

CLI119

HUMULUS








lupulus Prima Donna

 


10L

 

 

37.05

CLI003

LONICERA

 

"Honeysuckle". Woody twining climbers ideal for large trellises or trees.






henryi

 

Terminal clusters of yellow flowers, stained red, June-July. Downy shoots and slender pointed leaves, dark green above, paler underneath. A vigorous evergreen/semi-evergreen climber.

2L

 

 

6.77

CLI139

japonica Halliana

 

Highly fragrant white flowers change to yellow from June. Evergreen/semi-evergreen oval to oblong pointed leaves.

2L

 

 

6.77

CLI143