• Eleagnus limelight

    Eleagnus limelight

    Eleagnus limelight

    The leaves have a bold splash of gold in the centre, but the plant is as tough and drought resistant as the plain green. Suitable for hedging or screening.

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  • Euonymus alatus

    Euonymus alatus

    Euonymus alatus

    Euonymus alatus: A large, spreading, deciduous shrub, the branchlets often developing conspicuous corky wings. Leaves oval, turning rosy-crimson in autumn. Flowers small, greenish, followed by purplish-red fruits splitting to reveal orange seeds

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  • Hydrangea Annnabelle

    Hydrangea Annabelle

    Hydrangea Annnabelle

    Hydrangea Annabelle: A small, bushy deciduous shrub with broadly oval leaves and very large, spherical heads of white sterile flowers to 25cm across in summer .

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  • Ilex altaclarensis Golden King

    Ilex altaclarensis Golden King

    Ilex altaclarensis Golden King

    Ilex altaclarensis Golden King: Variegated holly. A large shrub or small tree, growing well on most sites. It has quite large spine-free leaves, the edges daubed with a broad gold splash. It is in fact female, bearing red berries in winter.

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  • Ilex aquifolium

    Ilex aquifolium

    Ilex aquifolium

    Ilex aquifolium: Common holly. We have various different types of Ilex, as standards and half standards – ideal for formal situations.

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  • Ilex aquifolium Silver Queen

    Ilex aquifolium Silver Queen

    Ilex aquifolium Silver Queen

    Ilex aquifolium Silver Queen: A large shrub or small to medium tree. Happy on most sites. The spiny leaves have a prominent cream margin. Makes an eye-catching, dense screen when clipped. A male form.

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  • lex aquifolium Alaska

    Ilex Nellie Stevens

    lex aquifolium Alaska

    Ilex Nellie Stevens: A good even green holly with fewer spines than the type, this smaller female selection is quick to start bearing bright red berries

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  • Laurus nobilis

    Laurus nobilis: Bay laurel. A medium to large evergreen shrub or small tree, with a dense habit. It takes well to close clipping. The deep green leaves are aromatic when crushed. Tiny white flowers are carried in spring.

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  • Magnolia grandiflora

    Magnolia grandiflora: A breathtaking evergreen, a large shrub or medium sized tree. Succeeds on most soils. Glossy leaves make a foil for the huge creamy-coloured flowers in summer. Best planted against a wall or in full sun.

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  • Magnolia in variety

    Provide them with good moisture retentive soil, good drainage and a sheltered position and they will repay you handsomely, with prominent flowers ranging from brilliant white through to deep rose pink depending on variety.

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  • Malus evereste

    Malus evereste

    Malus evereste

    Malus evereste: A small deciduous tree, broadly conical in outline, with more or less lobed leaves. Flowers 5cm in width, white, opening from red buds; fruit to 2.5cm in length, yellowish-orange

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  • Malus royalty

    Malus royalty

    Malus royalty

    Malus royalty: A spreading deciduous tree with ovate deep purple leaves reddening in autumn, and clusters of purplish-red flowers in spring, followed by small, deep purple fruits

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