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From the ever faithful Forsythia, Ribes, and Viburnum to Pires and Camellias and much more.
We have a wide, varied selection for all seasons.
If you are looking for a particular plant please contact Jane and she will try our best to find it for you.
If you are looking for more information please see out trees and shrubs page.
Most rhododendrons are hardy, evergreen shrubs; many varieties have spectacular flowers. They are ideal plants for barrels, large pots and semi-shade corners.
Tip: If your soil is heavy, lighten it with hop manure or leaf mould before planting.
Do you have a north-facing wall or fence? Its the best place to grow a Camellia! Turn it into a real feature with a Camellia!
With evergreen leaves and large pink or white flowers in the spring, this is a must-have plant for many gardens.
Olives are small, evergreen trees from the eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East.
Olives are so important economically that our word ‘oil’ comes from ‘olea’, the scientific name for olives.
Skimmias are hardy, evergreen slow-growing shrubs. Best in sun or partial shade.
Choisya ternata, known as Mexican Orange, is an evergreen shrub best grown against a wall. It has small, pretty white flowers and a wonderful orangey aroma from the leaves.
Sarcococca confusa is a medium sized shrub from China. It grows best is sheltered, shady spots where the soil does not dry out.
Recommended fruit tree varieties
- Egremont Russet
- Worcester Permain
Also available cherry, pears, plums and nectarines
Fruit trees are mainly grown on a semi dwarf root stock and are suitable for small gardens.
Fruit trees cost £26.00 potted in 350mm deep pots 440mm wide
For great value buy before the end of February and save 20%
Soft fruit: up to 15 varieties available
Prices for potted fruit from £ 5.99
Watch this space for more info.