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Shrubs

We grow a range of interesting shrubby plants including many from the Caprifoliaceae.  A lot of the shrubs we grow will work very well when grown mixed into the herbaceous perennials and grasses that we grow in a naturalistic style and some can be pruned hard in spring to give fresh, whippy growth each year to keep their size down.  Feel free to ask for pruning advice on any of them as most have several options.

 

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Amorpha fruticosa

Amorpha fruticosa£8.50

An unusual shrubby member of the pea family with attractive ferny foliage and spires of dark purplish flowers with contrasting orange stamens. Drained soil in sun. Potentially 2.4m+ but usually less.


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Atriplex canescens

Atriplex canescens£7.50

Silvery-grey, narrow leaves on this evergreen shrub from western, north America. A lovely contrast to many of the taller Verbenas etc. Drained soil in full sun. 1.8m.


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Cornus sericea 'Flaviramea'

Cornus sericea 'Flaviramea'£7.50

Glowing greenish yellow winter stems are the main reason for growing this dogwood. Small clusters of white summer flowers followed by white berries. 2.4m if you don't cut back to a stump every year..


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Euonymus europaeus f. albus

Euonymus europaeus f. albus£5.00

Rare form of the native Spindle with white fruits that split open to reveal bright orange seeds in autumn that last into winter. Mostly deciduous shrub to 2.4m. "Divisions"!


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Euonymus fortunei 'Minimus'

Euonymus fortunei 'Minimus'£4.50

Amazing little hummocks of tiny leaves that slowly mound up to create self-supporting spires to 45cm. Evergreen, for sun or partial shade.


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Euonymus spraguei

Euonymus spraguei£8.50

Handsome evergreen foliage on this Taiwanese shrub with a habit a bit like a larger form of the common E. fortunei. 1.5m? Shade, even quite dry. Not seen flowers yet.


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Fuchsia 'Marlies de Keijzer'

Fuchsia 'Marlies de Keijzer'£4.50

An excellent half-hardy Fuchsia with tiny silvered leaves and miniature reddish flowers in late summer and autumn. ?75cm. Probably best grown in a pot and taken in overwinter.


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Fuchsia boliviana (Carriere)

Fuchsia boliviana (Carriere)£4.50

TENDER Stunning rich red long-tubed flowers in clusters amongst tropical looking large rounded leaves. Usually to c. 1m but could be taller.


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Fuchsia glazioviana

Fuchsia glazioviana£6.00

AGM A elegant species with slender bright reddish pink flowers with purple corollas and red filaments. Smallish but broad leaves try to be evergreen. Borderline hardy - drained soil in a sheltered position, light shade. 60cm?


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Fuchsia hatschbachii

Fuchsia hatschbachii£4.50

AGM Unusual lanceolate leaves on a willowy upright plant producing masses of elegant red and purple flowers from midsummer. Distinctive reddish stems. Should be hardy in drained soil, best in some shade.


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Fuchsia microphylla ssp. hemsleyana 'Silver Lining'

Fuchsia microphylla ssp. hemsleyana 'Silver Lining'£4.50

BSWJ10478 Collected in Costa Rica at 2800m. Neat twiggy bushes with small silvery leaves and small tubular pink flowers from midsummer into early winter. Round black berries in autumn. Probably hardy but take cuttings! 1m?


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Fuchsia x bacillaris

Fuchsia x bacillaris£4.50

One of the Encliandra types with tiny pink flowers and equally tiny deep green folaige on arching stems. Hardy in a sheltered spot in drained soil. 60cm.


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Gomphostigma virgatum

Gomphostigma virgatum£6.50

A splendid recent introduction this small shrub has bright silver lanceolate foliage and cup shaped white flowers from mid-summer. Prune in spring. Good soil in sun. 1m.


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Hedera helix 'Ivalace'

Hedera helix 'Ivalace'£5.50

Outstanding glossy crinkled leaves in a deep green on this ivy that is ideal for groundcover in shady places. Can also make a good container plant. Ordinary soil in shade or part shade.


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Hedera helix 'Koniger's Auslese'

Hedera helix 'Koniger's Auslese'£4.00

syn. 'Mini Heron'. A tight branching form with star shaped, narrowly divided leaves that makes a neat plant ideal for a pot or front of a border. Best in shade, most soils.


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Hedera helix 'Lightfinger'

Hedera helix 'Lightfinger'£4.00

Deeply divided leaves in a glowing lemon yellow on this attractive ivy that can climb or be left to cover the ground. Great for brightening up a shady corner.


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Hedera helix 'Little Luzii'

Hedera helix 'Little Luzii'£4.00

A very pretty compact ivy with mid green leaves heavily speckled and splashed creamy yellow. Not a great spreader or climber so good for a shaded pot or container. 15cm.


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Hedera helix 'Minor Marmorata'

Hedera helix 'Minor Marmorata'£4.00

An attractive and unusual form of ivy with bright white new leaves that develop dark green speckles that flood the leaf as it ages. Moderate growth that can climb or cover the ground.


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Hedera helix 'Minty'

Hedera helix 'Minty'£4.00

A very pretty variegated ivy with dark green, grey, white and bright lime green markings on the leaves often tinted red in cold weather. Evergreen groundcover and moderate climber.


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Hedera helix 'Russeliana'

Hedera helix 'Russeliana'£4.00

Upright, bushy, growth with distinct silvery grey veins and a glossier finish than other similar types. Ordinary soil in sun or light shade. 60cm.


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Hedera helix 'Silver Ferny'

Hedera helix 'Silver Ferny'£4.00

A delightful miniature ivy with white variegated foliage. 20cm. Probably best in at least part shade.


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Hedera hibernica 'Rona'

Hedera hibernica 'Rona'£4.00

A chunky, broadly lobed ivy with creamy new growth finely speckled with green that gets greener as the leaves age. A bold ivy ideal for deep shade.


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Hedera hibernica ex RBGE Type plant

Hedera hibernica ex RBGE Type plant£4.00

Propagated from the Type plant for the species at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. Silver-grey veined climber/groundcover, evergreen and tough but controllable.


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Hedera nepalensis 'Roy Lancaster'

Hedera nepalensis 'Roy Lancaster'£6.00

Stunning ruby red new growth that turns to green with grey veins as it matures. The leaves often multi-lobed on young growth, adult leaves are triangular. Ordinary soil under trees/shrubs.


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Helichrysum stoechas 'White Barn'

Helichrysum stoechas 'White Barn'£4.50

A delightful bright silver foliage shrublet from Beth Chatto. Narrow leaves on upright stems topped with yellow flowers if you let it. Full sun and well drained soil. 60cm.


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