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.
A dense bushy shrub with smallish, narrow dark green leaves with felted undersides. Clusters of creamy, scented flowers in autumn and early winter. Should be hardy in the UK. Drained soil in sun, 1.8m.
Delicate looking palest pink flowers, fading to white, with very light lavender blue corollas on a bright green bushy plant. Hardy once established. Potentially to 1.2m, best in drained but good soil in part shade.
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?
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.
AGM Beautiful narrow golden leaves on this elegant hardy fuchsia, often tinted red with cooler weather. Delicate looking red flowers drip from the stems in summer and autumn. Potentially to 1.5m but usually less.
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?