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Abelia triflora  3LtLarge erect, vigorous shrub with deeply ridged bark.  Large clusters of small, very fragrant, pink tinged white, tubular flowers held in bronze tinted calyces; midsummer through autumn.  Fertile, well drained soil in sun. 3m+ NWHimalayas 1847£10.955.00
Abelia x grandiflora ‘Francis Mason’ (AGM)  3LtA vigorous, arching, semi-evergreen shrub the glossy dark green lvs having a golden-yellow margin – especially when hot & dry. Clusters of slightly fragrant white-pink flowers over a long period late summer. Reasonably protected site in full sun. 1.5×1.5m. (8-10)£10.5010.00
Abeliophyllum distichum roseum groupPink Forsythia 3LtFully hardy but best grown as a wall shrub. Fragrant star shaped soft pink flowers on bare stems in February & March. Oval leaves with rich autumnal colour. Slow growing when young. Fertile well drained soil in sun. 1.2×1.2m.£10.254.00
Abutilon ‘Ines’Flowering Maple 2LtA popular hybrid of megapotamicum from the USA. Arching stems with hanging, lantern like parchment yellow flowers, held in burgundy calyces all summer to the frosts. Glossy, maple shaped leaves. One of hardiest & can be grown as a wall shrub. Free draining soil in a sunny, sheltered spot. (6-10) 1.8×1.5mtrs.£10.952.00
Abutilon megapotamicum  (AGM)  3LtLantern-shaped red/yellow flowers April on Ht 6-8ft. Lax, graceful habit. Semi -evergreen. Half-hardy for well drained sunny, sheltered site or conservatory£11.251.00
Abutilon megapotamicum ‘Variegatum’Abutilon 3LtArching semi evergreen shrub often grown as a wall plant. Maple shaped dark green leaves are randomly blotched rich gold. hanging tubular gold flowers, held in persistent red calyces most of the year. Free draining soil in sun. (5-10) 2.0×2.0mtrs.£11.251.00
Abutilon Orange Hot Lava’  2LtA. megapotamicum hybrid forming a compact, multistemmed plant. A profusion of orange bells, net-veined in red, held in a prominent brick-red calyx, over a long period from July until frosts. Hardy with the shelter of a warm wall. Light free draining soil in sun. (7-10) 1.0×1.0mtrs.£10.951.00
Abutilon ‘Paddy’s Nephew’Glade Maple 3LtA slender, stemmed, arching, semi-evergreen shrub, usually grown as a wall shrub. Maple-shaped, deep green leaves. Hanging, long stalked, tubular. golden-orange flowers, protruding from large red bracts, from May to November. Needs a warm, sheltered spot in sun. (5-10) 2.0×1.0mtrs.£11.502.00
Abutilon ‘Patrick Synge’  2LtA vigorous hybrid potentially reaching about 3m on a sheltered wall. Attractive green foliage provides a good backing to the dangling, party dress shaped glowing red-orange with a deep purple-red interior, backed by a soft, matt, red-brown calyx. hardy in a sheltered spot on a sunny Wall. Ht to 3.0mtrs.£10.954.00
Acca sellowiana  3LtEvergreen for a warm site. Large, dark red   flowers, edged white, followed by fruits. 2.3×2.0m. Flowers: July-August Requires a sheltered, free draining, neutral to acid soil in full sun. Brazil & Uruguay. To: 2×1.5m.£10.451.00
Acer palmatum ‘Atropurpureum’Japanese Maple14ltA large shrub or small tree with a low, rounded head. Leaves 5 or 7-lobed are a beautiful bronzy-crimson throughout summer turning brilliant-red in autumn. Best in retentive yet drained loam sheltered from wind. Ht: to 4m£99.952.00
Acer palmatum ‘Atropurpureum’Japanese Maple 3Lt£19.953.00
Acer palmatum dissectum ‘Inaba-shidare’ (AGM)Japanese Maple20ltStrong growing, medium-large shrub the palmate, deeply lobed, finely pointed, purple leaves held on red stalks. Leaves turn crimson in autumn. Sheltered site in fertile, moist yet drained soil in sun or part shade. Protect from cold winds and llate spring frosts£99.501.00
Acer palmatum dissectum ‘Ornatum’Japanese Maple15ltMound forming shrub with arching branches.  The finely cut feathery, palmate, green leaves have white markings.  Requires a very sheltered site protected from cold winds and late spring frosts.  Fertile soil in sun or part share.  Ht to 2m.£67.253.00
Acer palmatum ‘Jerre Schwartz’Japanese Maple14ltUpright, bushy, compact variety the deeply incised, palmate green leaves heavily flushed pink when young turning to a striking red in autumn. Retentive, fertile soil out of cold winds and late frosts in sun or part shade. 2.0×1.5m£99.951.00
Acer palmatum ‘Katsura’ (AGM)Japanese Maple14ltLarge, deciduous shrub or small tree with finely cut, maple shaped leaves emerging pale orange in spring, more yellowish in summer with burgundy tips. Excellent autumn colour. Retentive soil in part shade out of cold winds. 6.0×4.0m.£99.952.00
Acer palmatum ‘Orange Dream’Japanese Maple15ltBeautiful, slow growing, narrowly upright deciduous tree with the new growth a warm orange, suffused red at the edges of the leaves. Greener by midsummer with spectacular red autumn colour. Rich soil in light shade out of cold winds & frost pockets. Ht to 4mtr£67.503.00
Acer palmatum ‘Osakazuki’ (AGM)Japanese Maple14ltElegant, rounded bush spreading with age. 5-7 lobed, palmate, finely toothed, green leaves turning brilliant scarlet in autumn. Slow growing. Fine specimen plant for borders or large containers. Moist, drained  soil in part shade. Avoid windy sites.£99.952.00
Acer palmatum ‘Shaina’ 1/2 standardJapanese Maple14ltA dwarf, ‘Witches Broom’ sport of ‘Bloodgood’, making a neat, compact habit. The deciduous leaves are much divided & open a rich plum purple, more burgundy-green by summer, finally turning a fiery scarlet-red in autumn. Best in a retentive soil in dappled shade, away from late frosts. 1.5×1.5mtrs.£99.952.00
Acer palmatum ‘Shirazz’Japanese Maple20ltDense, bushy, rounded deciduous shrub with finely palmate, grey suffused purple-red leaves with a fine candy-pink & cream margin.

Tends to loose the colour in summer, but fiery scarlet autumn colours./ Best in a retentive, neutral to acid soil, in part shade, out of cold winds.  3.0×3.0mtrs. 
Acer palmatum ‘Sumi-nagashi’Japanese Maple14ltOutstanding large shrub or small tree with lobed, palmate leaves, rich-purple flushed green when young then becoming umbrella-shaped with age; red in autumn. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade sheltered from cold winds & late spring frosts.£99.951.00
Acer palmatum ‘Trompenburg’ (AGM)Japanese Maple20ltLarge shrub with deeply cut, palmate leaves with margins rolled under; deep purplish-red maturing to green then red in autumn. Mulch roots in winter & protect young foliage from cold spring winds & late frosts. Fertile, moist, yet drained soil in sun or part shade.£99.501.00
Acradenia frankliniae  3LtSmall, bushy, upright, evergreen shrub, closely related to Choisya but from Tasmania. small, trifoliate, aromatic leaves. Flat clusters of white flowers during May. Seems reliably hardy in a sheltered spot in sun. Rare as very hard to propagate. 1.2×1.2m.£12.951.00
Amelanchier canadensisSnowy Mespilus 3LtLarge, deciduous shrub with upright branches. Clouds of white, star-like flowers in spring. Oblong leaves colouring richly in autumn. Prefers moist, well drained soil with added peat; avoid chalk. 4.0×2.5m.£10.252.00
Amomyrtus luma  5LtLarge, dense, aromatic, evergreen shrub with glossy, small, rounded, dark green leaves held on red stems. New growth a striking copper. Clusters of fragrant white flowers followed by black, edible fruit. Sheltered site in sun. 2.5×2.0m.£14.951.00
Arbutus unedo ‘Atlantic’Killarney Strawberry Tree 3LtChoice, slow growing evergreen shrub bearing pendant clusters of waxy, ivory-white bell-shaped flowers together with the ripening strawberry-like fruit from the previous season – Oct-Nov. Fertile, well     drained soil in sun or part shade. 2.5×1.5m£14.004.00
Arbutus unedo ‘Compacta’Strawberry Tree 3LtA small, dense, evergreen shrub with deep brown, shredding bark and ovate, leathery leaves. Produces clusters of bell shaped, white flowers simultaneously with previous years strawberry-like fruit in autumn. Lime tolerant. Reasonably drained soil.£14.001.00
Arbutus unedo ‘Red Grange’Strawberry bush 2LtA distinct form the evergreen leaves more rounded & toothed & smaller than the norm with bright red tints when young. Clusters of pearly, bell shaped flowers followed by orange-red strawberry like fruit. Large, angular shrub or small tree with flaking bark in free draining soil in sun or part shade. Origin unknown.£19.955.00
Ardisia japonica ‘Houkan’  2LtA new Japanese cultivar forming matts of glossy, evergreen, dark green leaves with a yellow-green centre. Leaves pink tinted when young. Small, star shaped, pink & white flowers in spring then persistent red fruit in autumn. A leafy woodlander for a sheltered site in shade. 30-45cms£10.952.00
Ardisia japonica ‘Ito-fukurin’  2LtSmall, creeping evergreen from Japan, spreading by . Pointed, leathery, grey-green leaves with a subtle creamy-white margin. Dislikes any sun really so best in a poor,  woodland soil in shade. Insignificant flowers. 20xx100cm.£12.501.00
Astelia nervosa ‘Westland’  2LtSpectacular evergreen for a very sheltered spot of cold conservatory . Fans of pleated, intensely silver haired leaves with a coppery-bronze overlay.  Insignificant flowers on mature plants.  Warm, well drained spot.£7.9012.00
Asterotrichion discolorTasmanian Hemp Bush 5LtLarge, narrow, semi weeping shrub or small tree native to ravines in wet forests of Tasmania. Male flowers small, white, delicately fragrant, 5 petalled, female smaller in hanging clusters; late autumn and winter. Plants usually bear either male or female flowers. Lanceolate green leaves hairy beneath. May need winter protection. £13.953.00
Azara microphylla  (AGM)  3LtStrong growing large evergreen shrub, possibly forming a small tree. Slightly weeping branches with small, rounded, glossy darkest green leaves. Tufts of highly scented creamy-yellow flowers in the leaf axils in spring. Sheltered spot in sun. 4.0×3.0mtrs.£12.501.00
Azara paraguayensis  3LtInvalid name possibly a lanceolata x serrata natural hybrid.  Strong evergreen shrub for a warm, sheltered wall. Glossy toothed leaved with whorls of small strongly vanilla scented yellow flowers in summer followed by small white berries. Sharply drained soil. 3.5×3.0mtrs£10.505.00
Azara paraguayensis  5Lt£15.002.00
Azara serrata (AGM)Azara 3LtLarge, evergreen shrub for wall or sheltered site. Clusters of vanilla-scented, yellow flowers with long stamens in July. Hardier than most in this family. Well drained, sunny position. 3m+.£10.501.00
Berberis cf. hamiltoniana H&M1919Barberry 3LtOnly tentatively identified as this species & yet to flower with us, so we will wait & see. Slow growing deciduous, rather small shrub with wedge shaped, holly like leaves, held on red flushed stems. Good orange scarlet autumn colour. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. 50x60cm.£14.953.00
Berberis darwinii  (AGM)  3LtExcellent, all-round, bushy, semi-formal shrub with small, very dark green, glossy, 3 pointed evergreen leaves. Superb display from clusters of bright orange, tinted crimson, flowers. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 2.0×1.5m+ (April-May)£10.253.00
Berberis darwinii ‘Compacta’Barberry 3LtA new compact form of this popular shrub. Well covered in neat, holly-like leaves which emerge with a red tint turning rich green with age. Clusters of orange flowers in spring. Ideal hedging or front of border shrub for reasonably drained soil. 90cms.£10.252.00
Berberis gagnepainii lanceifolia ‘Fernspray’Barberry` 3LtMedium sized evergreen shrub with small, holly like, glossy green leaves, turning rich red in winter. Long spines make it a good deterrent. Cup-shaped creamy yellow flowers followed red bloomy fruit. Any soil in sun or shade. (5-6) 1.5×1.5mtrs.£9.953.00
Berberis ‘Goldilocks’Barberry 3Lt(B.darwinii x B.valdiviana) Much stronger than both parents, this handsome evergreen shrub has arching stems crowded in glossy green leaves. Hanging panicles of rich golden-yellow flowers held on red stalks along the stems; late spring. Any reasonable, retentive soil in sun or part shade. 3.0×3.0m£9.953.00
Berberis microphylla ‘Pygmaea’Barberry 3LtA slow growing form making a dense mound of evergreen, rounded, `box-like’ leaves dark green above & glaucous grey beneath. Virtually thornless & rarely flowers. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 60x80cms.£8.957.00
Berberis thunbergii atropurpureaBerberry 3LtAttractive form of upright habit with rich bronzy-red leaves spring & summer turning vivid red in autumn. Sprays of yellow flowers in May. Any reasonable soil with best leaf colour in sun. 1.8×1.2m£9.254.00
Berberis thunbergii atropurpurea ‘Pink Queen’  3LtAn attractive deciduous shrub of broad, upright habit. Young, rounded leaves almost red turning a purplish-pink with distinctive white mottling. Sprays of straw-yellow flowers; May. Any reasonable soil with best colour in sun. 1.5×1.5m.£9.501.00
Berberis thunbergii atropurpurea ‘Red Chief’  (AGM)  3LtUpright, deciduous, shrub with bright red stems the narrow, bright wine-red leaves turning fiery red in autumn. Sprays of yellow flowers in late spring. Any reasonable soil with best colour in sun. 1.8×1.2m.£10.756.00
Berberis thunbergii atropurpurea ‘Red Pillar’  3LtMedium-size shrub of compact, very upright habit. Blood-red tinged leaves turn crimson in autumn. Clusters of straw-yellow flowers in early summer. Any reasonable soil with best colour in sun. 90x30cms.£10.753.00
Berberis thunbergii atropurpurea ‘Red Rocket’Barberry 3LtA very narrow, upright form the rich red, glossy leaves turing a fiery red & orange in autumn. Clusters of straw-yellow flowers in spring followed by blue black autumn berries. Any reasonable soil with best colour in spring. 150x40cms.£10.752.00
Berberis thunbergii atropurpurea ‘Rose Glow’  (AGM)  3LtEasy shrub with stiff branches of upright habit. Young leaves purple attractively mottled silver-pink & bright rose turning to plain purple later. Clusters of straw coloured flowers. Any reasonable soil in sun. 1.5×1.2m (May-June)£10.752.00
Berberis thunbergii ‘Kobold’Barberry 3LtDwarf, bushy shrub well covered in red tinged yellow flowers; early summer. Small green leaves, grey-green beneath, giving good autumn colour. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 60x60cms.£8.951.00
Berberis thunbergii ‘Orange Rocket’Barberry 3LtTidily upright, although not columnar deciduous shrub. The spring growth is a rich coppery-orange, greener by summer & flame red in autumn. Small cream flowers during late spring. Colours best with some sun. Retentive,w ell drained soil in sun or  light shade. 95-6) 100x60cm.£10.751.00
Berberis triacanthophora ‘Cally Rose’Barberry 3LtDense, spreading evergreen shrub with arching stems clothed in extremely spiny, narrow grey green leaves, flushed orange on the new growth. Clusters of small bell-shaped pink flowers with pink sepals during late spring, followed by oblong black fruit. Retentive soil in sun or shade. 1.5×2.0mtrs.£14.953.00
Berberis x frikartii ‘Amstelveen’  (AGM)Barberry 3LtExcellent, spiny, evergreen of dense habit with sprays of yellow flowers in May. Good ground cover for any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 90x90cms. Flowers: May£8.955.00
Berberis x stenophylla ‘Corallina Compacta’ (AGM)Barberry 3Ltdarwinii x empetrifolia. An amazingly small, compact bushy evergreen shrub with thin spiny stems & small glossy green leaves. Clusters of rich yellow flowers from coral-red buds in late spring. Ideal for the rockery. Not too dry soil in sun or shade. (4-5) 30x45cm.£8.952.00
Buddleja alternifolia  (AGM)  3LtLarge shrub or small tree the long, slender, arching branches bearing masses of very fragrant, dense sprays of lavender-blue flowers on the old wood; June. Lance-shaped green-grey leaves. Fertile, well drained soil in full sun. 4.0×4.0m.£10.955.00
Buddleja ‘Bressingham Bountiful’Butterfly Bush 2LtNewly introduced in 2022 this variety bucks the modern trend of dwarfer forms making a stately, large shrub with large, conical, lilac mauve, sweetly scented flowers over a long period from mid summer. Highly attractive to butterflies & bees. Large, elliptic, soft blue grey leaves. free draining soil in sun. 1.8m  Int; Bressingham, 2022£10.952.00
Buddleja colvilei ‘Kewensis’Butterfly Bush 3LtA medium to large, upright, semi evergreen shrub with oval, silver-grey leaves, more evergreen when established. Hanging panicles of bright reddish-pink flowers adorn the branches from mid to late summer. Needs a sheltered spot when young, but hardy when established. (7-9) 3.0×2.0mtrs.£11.252.00
Buddleja davidii ‘Butterfly Tower’Butterfly bush 3LtAs the name suggests a selection of this ever popular shrub naturally making and upright, fast growing ‘tower’ covered in long cones (panicles) of fragrant, blue-mauve flower over a long periodl: July on. Highly attractive to bees & butterflies. Large, ovate, grey green leaves. Very free draining soil in sun or part shade. 1.8m£10.955.00
Buddleja davidii ‘Flutterby Pink’Butterfly bush 3LtA compact variety bearing long, fragrant racemes of non-seeding, pink flowers from early into late summer. Attractive to butterflies & bees. Ovate green-grey foliage. Prune hard in late February. Easy, mound forming shrub for a reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. 1.5 x 1.5m£10.754.00
Buddleja davidii ‘Grand Cascade’Butterfly bush 3LtAptly named this fast growing shrub of mounding habit the semi-arching stems topped with huge (to 30cms) fat panicles of lavender-blue tinged purple, fragrant flowers over a very long period; July on. Adored by butterflies. Ovate grey green leaves. For a free darining, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 1.5×2.0m. Itrod: 2021£10.251.00
Buddleja davidii ‘Royal Red’  (AGM)Butterfly Bush 3LtMedium-large, deciduous, upright shrub bearing large, purple-red spikes; July-August. Attractive to butterflies. Ovate, grey-green leaves. Prune hard to 45cms in late February. Free draining soil in full sun. 2.0×1.5m.£10.955.00
Buddleja davidii ‘Wisteria Lane’Butterfly bush 3LtForms a compact, rounded shrub bearing very long, (to 50cms) hanging panicles of fragrant, pale lilac, wisteria like flowers, attractive to butterflies etc, over a long period; August-October. Felted, ovate, grey green leaves. For a free draining, retentive, fertile soil in sun or part shade. Prune hard late Feb. 1.5×1.5m.£10.753.00
Buddleja lindleyana  3LtMedium-size, arching shrub with long, slender, very attractive, curved racemes of purple-violet flowers; July-September. Ovate, dark green leaves. Any reasonably drained soil in full sun. 2x2m.£10.254.00
Buddleja ‘Lochinch’ (AGM)Butterfly Bush 3LtLovely form of bushy, compact habit.  Dense, conical panicles of scented violet-blue flowers with a deep orange eye; July-August. Young leaves felted silvery-grey becoming greener later. Prefers dry soil in sun. 2.0×1.8m.£10.756.00
Buddleja longifoliaButterfly bush 3LtUnusual species from high altitude (2000-3000ft) regions of Ecuador & N Peru. Vigorous, large shrub with, as the name suggests, long (to 25cm) grey-green, elliptic leaves and stems. Terminal panicles of tubular yellow-white flowers; mid summer on. Attractive to butterflies. Free draining soil in sun. To: 2m+£14.952.00
Buddleja loricataMountain Sagewood 3LtDense, bushy, deciduous shrub with narrow, elliptic matt green leaves. Clustered heads of honey scented, pale cream flowers with an orange eye held at the stem tips; mid summer on. Grows on mountain slopes above 1800m in S.Africa so very hardy. Free draining soil in sun. 4.0×2.0m£10.503.00
Buddleja ‘Miss Ruby’ (AGM)Buddleja 3LtAt the recent Wisley trial this won hands down as the best variety. Rather fat spikes of the most intense, vivid pink flowers, the closest to red to red to date. Flowers through summer into autumn. Intensely silver leaves. Ideal as it sets no seed. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (6-9) 2.0×2.0mtrs.£10.755.00
Buddleja nivea  5LtLarge, strong growing more or less evergreen shrub with large, heavily white felted leaves. Impressive, arching panicles of sweetly scented purple flowers from July to September. Best in a sheltered spot in sun or shade. (7-9) 3.5×3.0mtrs.£14.953.00
Buddleja salviifoliaSouth African Sage Wood 4LtRacemes of white or pale lilac flowers with an orange eye; summer. Medium-size, semi-hardy shrub with sage-like leaves. Free draining soil in a sunny, protected site – may require winter protection. 2.0m.£13.952.00
Buddleja speciosissimaDwarf Butterfly Bush 2LtNative to 2 mountains in SE Brazil and recently made available in the UK this medium size shrub has felted, soft grey, semi evergreen, ovate leaves and amazing, tropical looking orange, long tubed flowers held in 3s in the leaf axils. Proving to be remarkably hardy (to -14c) but still needs a very sheltered site & free draining soil in sun.£14.501.00
Buddleja wardii KR 4881  3Ltcollected Tibet. Superficially similar to B. alternifolia, this forms a twiggy round headed tree to 5m if left unpruned. Pale grey, narrow, toothed foliage on wiry branches. Wispy clusters of white, fragrant flowers with soft orange tubes in April. Hardy & easy. (4-5) 4.0×3.0mtrs.£14.951.00
Buddleja x alternifolia ‘Unique’Butterfly bush 3LtAn unusual, compact form of B.x alternifolia forming a well branched rounded shrub with small, ovate, silver-green, semi-evergreen leaves. Long racemes dotted with numerous clusters of lilac, tubular flowers over a long period; June on. Attractive to bees etc. Ideal for containers & bo0rders for a free draining soil in sun or part shade.. Bred by Peter Moore, 2009£10.2510.00
Callicarpa bodinieri giraldii ‘Profusion’  (AGM)  3LtUnusual, medium-size shrub. Tiny star-like, rose flowers in early summer followed by striking, dense clusters of violet fruit along with deep rose-purple foliage in autumn. Young foliage bronze-purple. Fertile, well drained soil in sun or part shade. 1.8×1.8m.£10.755.00
Callicarpa dichotoma ‘Issai’Beauty Berry 3LtBushy, rounded deciduous shrub with long, cascading branches weeping to the ground. The leaves are held in two distinct ranks with clusters of small pink flowers in the leaf axils during spring. They are followed by small, rounded purple berries all autumn. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (5-6) 1.6×1.7mtrs.£10.251.00
Callicarpa japonica ‘Leucocarpa’  3LtDense, upright, deciduous shrub, with narrow, oval, tapering, long pale-green leaves.  Clusters of white flowers in the leaf axils in late summer followed by clusters of white fruit.  Like long hot summers in well drained soil for good berrying.  1.5×1.5m (7-8)£10.755.00
Callicarpa kwangtungensisBeauty berry 3LtAn unusual and rarely offered Chinese species. Clusters of light pink-white flowers in spring followed by small clusters of light pink fruit. Well drained, fertile soil in a sunny, sheltered position.. Fruits better when planted in pairs. 1.5m.£14.955.00
Callistemon pallidusLemon Bottlebrush 3LtMedium sized evergreen from SE Australia & Tasmania. Willowy, woody stems with fine, needle like, glossy green leaves with pink flushed new growth. Bottlebrush like soft creamy-primrose flowers during early summer. Needs a sharply drained soil in a sunny, very sheltered spot. 2.0m£10.952.00
Callistemon ‘Perth Pink’  3Lt £10.953.00
Callistemon rigidus  3LtDensely crowded,cylindrical spikes of red flowers July on. 1.8mx1.2m. Upright habit. Tender plant requiring winter protection.£10.951.00
Calycanthus floridus ‘Athens’Allspice 3LtAn unusual soft butter-yellow form with a double row of strap like petals making star shape around a central dome. Strong fruity fragrance. May-June. Persistent urn shaped seed capsules from autumn through winter. Dark green leaves turn golden yellow in autumn. Fertile soil in sun or shade. 2.0m+  Int: Athens, Georgia USA 1985£15.953.00
Calycanthus ‘Venus’Chinese Sweetshrub 3LtExcellent hybrid bearing large, magnolia like, highly fragrant flowers the strap shaped, white petals, stained maroon at the base, forming a cup surrounding Venus – prominent white stamens. Large, elliptic green leaves turn bright golden yellow in autumn. Fertile, humus rich, reasonably drained soil in a sheltered position. 2.0×1.5m £16.952.00
Camellia japonica ‘Lady Campbell’  3LtBright red, almost double blooms from late spring. Evergreen shrub with oval, rich green, glossy leaves. Humus-rich, neutral to acid soil in sun or dappled shade – avoid early morning sun.£15.952.00
Camellia japonica ‘Matterhorn’Camellia 3LtA neat, upright variety bearing beautiful, pure white, formal double flowers; March to May. The slightly down facing branches clothed in rshiny, rich green, evergreen leaves..ark green leaves on downward sweeping branches. Ideal for the avaerage border or container in a fertile, retentive, neutral to acid soil in dappled shade avoiding early morning sun. 1.5m+ Int: David Feathers in California, 1981.£15.953.00
Camellia japonica ‘Moshe Dayan’  3LtWhite double flowers suffused pale-yellow at centre in early spring. Evergreen. Prefers humus-rich, lime-free soil & light shade. Avoid cold aspects & early morning sun.£15.952.00
Carmichaelia australisWeeping Broom 3LtNew Zealand native forming a medium size, rounded, broom like shrub with flattened green, often leafless stems, Trusses of blue-white, pea-like, fragrant flowers; mid summer.Free draining soil in sun  in a sheltered position. 2.0×2.0m+£12.505.00
Caryopteris incana ‘Sunshine Blue’  3LtA great improvement on `Worcester Gold’. Compact, deciduous shrub, with burnished gold toothed leaves. Whorls of spidery rich blue flowers during early autumn. Colours best in sun but tolerates part shade. (7-9) 1.0×1.0m.£10.755.00
Caryopteris x clandonensis ‘Dark Knight’  3LtCompact, deciduous shrub with woody stesm clothed in silver-grey leaves.  Whorls of intense purple-blue flowers in the upper leaf axils; late summer and autumn.  Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade.  (7-9) 1x1m.£10.301.00
Ceanothus ‘Blue Mound’ (AGM)Californian LIlac 3LtMound-forming evergreen shrub with glossy, dark green leaves. Large clusters of dak blue flowers smother the plant in late spring. Fertile, well drained soil in a protected, sunny position. 1.5×2.0m.£10.755.00
Ceanothus impressusThe Santa Barbara Ceanothus 3LtBushy, small to medium sized evergreen shrub with very small, darkest green leaves with deeply impressed veins. Small, densely packed clusters of deep blue flowers in spring. One of the hardiest of all the species. Can be wall trained if required. Free draining soil in sun. (4-5) 1.8×1.5mtrs.£10.955.00
Ceanothus impressus `Victoria’Californian Lilac 3LtA hybrid better grown as a free standing bush. A vigorous evergreen with small, wedge-shaped, dark-green leaves. Clusters of mid-blue flowers in late spring & early summer. Well drained spot in sun. (5-6) 2.5×2.5m.£10.955.00
Cercis canadensis ‘Forest Pansy’ (AGM)  3LtA lovely small tree or large shrub grown chiefly for its beautiful, deep reddish-plum rounded leaves that persist throughout summer. Small pink flowers are produced in May & June in good summers. Deep fertile, well drained soil in sun. 8m x 8m.£38.504.00
Cercis canadensis ‘Red Force’Redbud 5LtFrench selection from ‘Forest Pansy’ not so purple in leaf but much more robust. Forms a large, multistemmed shrub or small tree. The stems are clothed in oval leaves, remaining red all summer, scarlet in autumn. The bare stems have rich-pink flowers from February to April. Sheltered spot as wood is brittle, in sun. (2-4) 4.0×3.0mtrs.£24.955.00
Cestrum parqui (AGM)  3LtUpright shrub bearing large heads (to13cm) of night-gragrant, tubular, bright yellow-green flowers over a long period; summer to autumn.  Violet-brown berries.  Elliptic, mid-green leaves.  Fertile, well drained soil in sun or part shade 2x2m.£12.504.00
Cestrum x cultum ‘Cretian Purple’  3Lt £12.506.00
Chaenomeles speciosa ‘Kinshiden’Quince, Japonica 1.4LtBushy, deciduous form from Japan with fully double, bowl-shaped double sulphur greenish-white flowers, held on ripe wood from Christmas, through spring. Light apple-green leaves. Large inedible fruit. Can be free standing or grown as a wall shrub. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (12-4) 2.0×2.0mtrs.£10.955.00
Chaenomeles speciosa ‘Yukigotan’Japanese Quince 3Lt £10.953.00
Chaenomeles x superba ‘Crimson & Gold’ (AGM)Japonica or Flowering Quince 3LtDeep crimson cup-shaped flowers with gold anthers, March-April. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. Makes a hummocky bush or can be grown against a wall if required.  Ht.3-4ft. Spread 4-5ft.£10.458.00
Chaenomeles x superba ‘Pink Lady’  (AGM)Japonica or Flowering Quince 3LtHardy, adaptable shrub bearing pure rose-pink apple-like flowers March-May. Golden-yellow, edible quinces follow in autumn. Often grown as a wall shrub. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 1.2×1.5m.£10.451.00
Choisya dumosa arizonica ‘Whetstone’  2LtSmall, rounded, evergreen shrub the narrow, fingered, leathery, aromatic leaflets are tinged red in winter. Heads of fragrant, creamy white flowers in summer. For a free draining soil in sun or part shade. 90cms. Found growing in mountains of S. Arizona by S Hogan. New to Beeches in 2021£14.951.00
Choisya ternata  (AGM)Mexican Orange Blossom 3LtA medium sized, evergreen shrub of rounded habit. The leaves shine dark green & are aromatic when crushed. Sweetly scented white flowers are held in clusters throughout most of the summer & autumn. Sun or shade in reasonably drained soil. 2.0x 1.6m.£10.459.00
Choisya ternata ‘Apple Blossom’Mexican orange 3LtA compact, upright, evergreen shrub with dark green, aromatic foliage composed of three to five slender leaflets. Fragrant, white flowers open from pink buds, giving a two-tone effect, in mid- to late spring and often again in early autumn. 1.2m New 2022£10.253.00
Choisya ternata ‘Sundance’  (AGM)Mexican Orange Blossom 3LtA choice evergreen, slow growing shrub for a  sheltered site with the rich golden leaves held in whorls. Large clusters of fragrant white flowers are produced throughout summer. Best in sun or dappled shade in reasonably drained soil. Give protection in winter. 90x90cm.£10.456.00
Cistus x argenteus ‘Silver Pink’Shrubby Rock Rose 2LtFairly hardy form with long clusters of silver-pink, papery, single flowers. Small, neat, evergreen shrub with greyish green leaves. Well drained, sunny position. 80x80cms. (6-7)£10.959.00
Cistus x cyprius (AGM)Shrubby Rock Rose 3LtOne of the larger forms of this popular shrub & always sought after. Large, slightly sticky, dark green leaves. Very large, papery white flowers with a maroon blotch during May & June. needs a more sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (5-6) 120x90cm.£9.752.00
Cistus x dansereaui ‘Decumbens’Sun Rose 3LtVigorous, small, spreading evergreen shrub with wavy margined, sticky, dark-green leaves. Clusters of large papery white flowers with a red blotch at the base of each petal, during May & June. Best in a light, free draining soil in sun. (5-6) 60x120cm.£10.303.00
Cistus x dansereaui ‘Jenkyn Place’Sun Rose 3LtVigorous, small, upright shrub with dark-green, sticky, wavy edged leaves. Large, flat white flowers with cherry red splashes in the throat in late spring, often continuing throughout summer. Best in a poor, well drained soil in full sun. (5-7) 90x60cm.£9.752.00
Cistus x florentinusRock Rose 3LtLow growing evergreen with wavy edged, green leaves & covered in an abundance of silky PURE WHITE FLOWERS midsummer. Hot, dry, open soil in sun. 70x150cms.£10.302.00
Cistus x pulverulentus ‘Sunset’ (AGM)Shrubby Rock Rose 2LtCompact, shrubby evergreen with sage-green wavy leaves and vivid cerise flowers at intervals from June ’til October. Well drained, sunny position. Protect in very hard winters. 80x80cms.£10.956.00
Cistus x purpureus  (AGM)Shrubby Rock Rose 2LtLarge, rich rose blooms with a maroon centre and a boss of yellow stamens; May-July. Felted, grey-green, evergreen foliage. For a well drained soil in sun. 90x90cms.£9.958.00
Cistus x purpureus ‘Alan Fradd’Shrubby Rock Rose 2LtTaller growing variety covered in long, narrow, rich sage-green, evergreen foliage. Large, papery, saucer-like white flowers with a chocolate blotch. Prefers free draining soil in a sunny position. 1.2×1.0m  (6-7)£9.959.00
Citrus trifoliataBitter Orange 3LtWas Poncirus. Slow growing medium sized shrub with stems armed with spines. Trifoliate aromatic leaves & in spring is covered in pure white sweetly scented flowers like orange blossom followed by large 2-inch yellow fruits. Fully hardy in well drained soil in sun. 2.5×2.5m.£10.959.00
Clerodendrum trichotomum ‘Carnival’  3LtMedium sized deciduous shrub, initially slow but strong with age. The green leave sare splashed blue-green with a broad gold margin, cream by summer. Fragrant white flowers held in marron calyces followed by bright blue berries. Warm, sheltered spot in sun. 2x2mtrs£9.752.00
Clethra alnifolia  3LtCompact, decdiduous shrub with short, sweetly fragrant panicles of small white flowers; late summer.  cinnamon coloured, exfoliating bark and good yellow autumn colour.  Humus rich, retentive, not too chalky soil in dappled shade (7-8) 1.5×1.2m.£10.505.00
Clethra barbinervis (AGM)White Alder 3Ltsyn.C.canescens. Showy species with long, arching panicles of fragrant, small white flowers in late summer. Superb peeling bark & spectacular red & yellow autumn colour. Humus rich, not too chalky soil in dappled shade. 2.5×2.5m. (7-8)£9.253.00
Clethra delavayiSweet Pepper Bush 3LtStrong growing, upright deciduous shrub with arching shoots. Lance shaped rich blue-green leaves. 10′ panicles of cup-shaped white flowers from pink buds like a superb lily of the valley;- midsummer. Rich, moist,acid soil in part shade. (6-7) 4x4mtrs.£10.503.00
Clethra fargesiiSweet Pepper Bush 3LtLarge, slightly suckering deciduous shrub for moist, acid soils. Long spikes of scented, small white bell-shaped flowers, held erect during midsummer. Leaves have good yellow autumn colour. Best in light shade. (7-8) 2.5×2.0m.£12.952.00
Clethra monostachyaSweet Pepper Bush 5LtLarge, upright shrub or small deciduous tree with gently suckering stems clothed in narrow, glossy green leaves, turning rich colours in autumn. Very long, narrow, wispy, sweetly scented spikes of palest pink flowers at the tips during late summer & autumn. Needs a retentive, acid soil in part shade. (7-9) 4.0×3.0mtrs.£15.953.00
Clethra pringleiSweet Pepper Bush 5LtN.E Mexican species forming a large deciduous shrub, or a small tree. The leaves emerge reddy-bronze and turn to deep green with age. Long racemes of strongly cinnamon scented white flowers in summer. Seems hardy in a retentive, ACID soil in a sheltered spot. 5.0×4.0mtrs.£17.951.00
Cleyera japonica ‘Variegata’  3LtLow growing, evergreen with spreading densely leafed branches. Ovate, glossy, leathery leaves variegated butter yellow in spring & summer assuming rosy tints in colder weather. Numerous, small, fragrant, creamy-white flowers in winter followed by small red fruit ripening black. Fertile, rich, to too chalky soil in sun or pt. shade.£11.752.00
Cleyera japonica wallichii  3LtSlow growing, evergreen shrub of distinct habit. Leathery, dark green leaves often turn red in winter. Clusters of fragrant, bowl-shaped creamy-white flowers in the leaf axils; small red-black fruit. Fertile, rich, not too chalky soil in sun/pt.shade. 3mx3m£11.753.00
Colquhounia coccinea vestita  3Lt(syn C.mollis) A showy semi-evergreen shrub with aromatic large downy woolly leaves. Whorls of bright orange hooded flowers appear in autumn. May be cut back by hard frosts but re-shoots. Sheltered sunny site in well drained soil. 2m x 1.8m.£9.954.00
Cornus alba ‘Aurea’ (AGM)Golden Dogwood 3LtEasy shrub with attractive soft golden-yellow foliage & red stems in winter. Prune very hard in March for better colour in winter stems. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. 1.5×1.5m£10.256.00
Cornus alba ‘Elegantissima’  (AGM)Dog Wood 3LtAttractive medium-size shrub clothed in lovely pale-green & white leaves. Red stems from new growth in winter. Prune hard in late March for wood of good colour the following winter. Moisture-retentive soil sun or shade. 1.5×1.2m£10.256.00
Cornus alba ‘Gouchaultii’Dog Wood 3LtGood form massed with golden variegated leaves with pinkish tinge. Striking red bark in winter. Prune very hard late March to produce stems of good colour the following winter. Moisture retentive soil in sun or shade. 1.8×1.4m£10.251.00
Cornus alba ‘Siberian Pearls’Dog Wood 3LtMedium-size shrub of compact habit. Clusters of bright-white berries in late summer. Dark green leaves turn red in autumn. Glowing red stems in winter. Prune hard early spring to encourage good stem colour. Any reasonable soil, including moist, in sun or shade.£10.252.00
Cornus alba ‘Sibirica Variegata’Dog Wood 3LtAttractive silvery-white variegated foliage & bright red winter stems. Small heads of white flowers. Prune hard late March for best stem colour in winter.\nAdaptable plant for any reasonable site with moisture holding soil. 1.5×1.5m£10.257.00
Cornus canadensis (AGM)Creeping Dogwood 2LtGood ground cover quickly making dense mats of short stems of four, rounded leaves which turn wine-red in autumn.  Star-like large white bracts in summer followed by red fruits. Best in light soils rich in leaf mould in some shade 15cm x indefinite.£10.9512.00
Cornus controversa ‘Variegata’ (AGM)Wedding Cake Tree15ltOutstanding, slow-growing, large shrub or small tree with sweeping, horizontal branches clothed with broad clusters of cream flowers in May; striking silver-margined leaves turning rich red-purple in autumn. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 8x8m.£69.951.00
Cornus excelsaDog wood 4LtPosturing under several synonyms this large, upright shrub bears large heads of star-like, white flowers in early summer followed by large clusters of glossy, green fruit in autumn. Elliptic, pointed, glossy, mid green leaves held in pairs on long stems. Fertile, reasonably drained soil in a sunny, sheltered site. Native to Honduras & Mexico.£24.954.00
Cornus florida ‘Cherokee Chief’ (AGM)Dog Wood10LtLarge shrub or small deciduous tree with slightly twisted leaves taking on spectatcular autumn colour.  Tiny flowers are surrounded by spectacular, large pinkish-red bracts; late spring.  Easily grown on any soil except shallow chalk. 4x3m.£64.951.00
Cornus florida rubra 10LtLarge, deciduous multi-stemmed shrub, with the new growth flushed red and wonderful autumnal colour.  large showy rosy-pink bracts smother the bush in late summer.  Humus-rich, fertile, well drained not too chalky soil in sun or part shade (5-6) 3m.£64.952.00
Cornus kousa ‘Miss Satomi’ 10LtA Japanese selection of this large, deciduous shrub.  In late spring the whole bush is covered in large, dark-pink bracts.  The autumn colour is a wonderful show of plum & burgundy.  Humus rich, well drained, not too chalky soil in sun or prt shade (5-6) 4m.£67.501.00
Cornus macrophyllaDogwood 4LtAs the name suggests this Dogwood has very impressive, large, glossy, broadly ovate green leaves forming a crown above which stands a corymb of cream-white flowers in summer followed by edible blue-black fruit. Small tree with a wide, flat topped canopy with age. 3m+. Hardy, Central Asia. £25.952.00
Cornus masCornelian Cherry 3LtLarge, rounded, densely branched shrub studded with an abundance of small yellow flowers, in tufts, in February. Clusters of edible, bright-red fruits. Leaves turn reddish-purple in autumn. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 3.0×2.5m.£10.254.00
Cornus sanguinea ‘Midwinter Fire’Dog Wood 3LtLovely dwarfer form with very attractive yellow and orange-red stems in winter. Bushy, compact habit.\nLong lasting autumn foliage. Very effective in groups. Moisture holding soil in sun or shade. 90x90cms.£10.952.00
Cornus sericea ‘Kelseyi’American Dogwood 3Ltsyn. ‘Kelsey Dwarf’. A dwarf form of this quick growing, suckering shrub. Dense habit with small crowded leaves. Winter shoots yellow-green & red near the tips. Small white flowers producing heads of white fruit in late winter. Any reasonably drained, fertile soil in sun or shade. 60c60cms.£8.952.00
Coronilla valentina glauca (AGM)Crown Vetch 3LtDense, evergreen, bushy shrub with blue-grey compound leaves. Clusters of fragrant, pea-like, bright yellow flowers smelling of peaches produced intermittently throughout the year. Requires shelter of a wall in a well drained, sunny position. 1.3×1.3m (5-8)£11.952.00
Coronilla valentina glauca ‘Citrina’ (AGM)  3LtMedium-size, dense, rounded, evergreen shrub with clusters of pale yellow, fragrant, pea like flowers in the leaf axils; late winter, early spring and late summer. Pinnate, bright green leaves. Light, well drained soil in full sun; shelter from cold winds. To: 1.5m.£11.254.00
Corylus avellana ‘Contorta’  (AGM)Contorted Hazel 3LtCuriously contorted form of our native Hazel carrying typical male catkins and small female flowers in February followed by nuts in the autumn. Especially effective as an architectural winter feature. Any aspect; thrives on chalky clay. To 1.5×1.0m.£13.954.00
Corylus maxima ‘Purpurea’ (AGM)Purple Filbert. 3Ltsyn.’Atropurpurea’. Strong growing, large upright deciduous shrub or small tree. Heart shaped, deeply veined, dark-purple toothed leaves, turning red & gold in autumn. Hanging purple tinged yellow catkins in late winter followed by edible nuts. Fertile, well drained soil in sun or part shade. 5.0×5.0mtrs.£11.758.00
Cotinus coggygria ‘Royal Purple’  (AGM)Smoke Tree 3LtA beautiful, open shrub of rounded habit. Smooth, oval leaves of deep wine & rich red veining, turning fiery red in autumn. Clouds of soft pink, wispy flowers; June-July. Especially effective against the light. Free draining, sunny position. 1.8×1.5m.£10.952.00
Cotinus coggygria ‘Smokey Joe’Smoke Tree 3LtA more compact variety & being well branched produces an excellent show of large. intense pink, ‘smoke’ flowers in summer. Fresh green, rounded leaves turn fiery red & orange in the autumn. For a reasonably drained, fertile soil in a fairly sheltered site in sun or part shade. 1.8×1.5m.£11.502.00
Cotinus ‘Grace’Smoke Tree 3LtLarge, vigorous, bushy shrub or small tree the large, oval, purple leaves turning a brilliant translucent red in autumn – spectacular with sun shining through. Feathery panicles of pink flowers; summer. Any reasonably drained soil – best colour in sun. To: 5x5m.£10.958.00
Cotoneaster atropurpureus ‘Variegatus’ (AGM)Variegated Herringbone Cotoneaster 3LtCream-margined leaves on fan-like branches become suffused red in autumn. Masses of small, white flowers May-June then red berries in autumn. Any reasonable soil/aspect. Good for north & east walls & covering banks etc. 0.5 x 1.5m£9.254.00
Cotoneaster dammeri  (AGM)  3LtExcellent, prostrate, evergreen shrub with long, trailing shoots studded with clusters  of white flowers in May followed by red berries in autumn. Ideal for covering banks or underplanting shrubs. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. 15cms.x3.0m+£10.252.00
Cotoneaster frigidus ‘Cornubia’  (AGM)  3LtSuperb, tall, hardy, semi-evergreen shrub the arching branches clothed in heads of white flowers in May then huge bunches of bright red berries in autumn. Abundance of long, rich-green leaves. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. 3.0×3.0m.£10.255.00
Cotoneaster lacteus  (AGM)  3LtUseful arching, dense, evergreen shrub with oval, dark green shiny leaves. Heads of milky-white flowers followed by large clusters of persistent red fruit. Good structure shrub or hedge. Prefers chalk clay in sun or shade. 3.0×2.5m (June)£10.758.00
Cotoneaster procumbens ‘Queen of Carpets’  3LtProstrate, evergreen ground covering shrub.  Massed with small white flowers in spring then large, glossy, red berries in autumn.  Any reasonable soil in sun or shade 10cm x 2ms£9.753.00
Crinodendron hookerianum ‘Ada Hoffmann’Lantern tree 3LtSelection by the famous Chilean botanist. A dwafer, more compact evergreen with narrow, dark green leaves. Narrow, pale-pink lanterns, held on long stalks; summer. Best in lime free soil in a partly shaded, sheltered spot.  2.0×2.0mtrs.£10.952.00
Crinodendron hookerianum ‘Alf Robbins’Lantern Tree 3LtSuperb selection with white, lantern-like, long stalked, pendent lowers hanging thickly along the branches in May. Narrowly elliptic, pointed & toothed evergreen leaves. Needs careful siting in milder areas in a lime free soil in part shade. 2.0m£17.509.00
Cytisus decumbensBroom 3LtBright yellow pea-like flowers in May\n& June.A flat growing shrublet suited to\nthe rock garden.Free drained/sun.£10.501.00
Cytisus x kewensis ‘Niki’  3LtLow growing, wide spreading form the trailing stems massed in pea-like, deep sulphur-yellow flowers.  Well drained soil in full sun.  30x120cms.  Flowers: May.£8.952.00
Daphne laureola philippiSpurge Laurel 2LtChoice, dwarf, evergreen shrub for a shady rock garden. Spreading basal rosettes of oval, leathery, shiny green leaves. Clusters of highly fragrant, yellow-green flowers amongst the leaves, February. Good, loamy, well drained yet retentive soil. 30x45cms.£19.951.00
Daphne odora ‘Rebecca’  2LtA hardier form of ‘Aureomarginata’. Slow growing, small evergreen with whorls of glossy green leaves with a very broad gold margin. Terminal clusters of strongly scented pink flowers, white on the inside, from January to March. Retentive, free draining soil in sun. CHALLENGING, PLEASE ASK! 80 X 100CM.£15.952.00
Daphne tangutica  (AGM)  2LtBushy, small evergreen shrub of very slow growth. Elliptic, leathery, glossy green leaves on thick stems. Terminal clusters of pinkish-white flowers from purple buds during spring, followed by red berries. Moist, yet free draining soil in sun or light shade. (4-5) 1.0×1.0mtrs.£16.957.00
Desmodium elegans  – Dark form  2LtUpright sub-shrub well covered in terminal panicles (to 20cm long) of pea-like flowers of purple-pink (darker than the norm); late summer to autumn. Leaves, dark green above & grey beneath, held in 3’s. Well drained soil in full sun – best given wall protection. To: 1.5×1.5m. China£10.955.00
Deutzia calycosa ‘Dali’  3LtNamed by Roy Lancaster & selected fo4r it’s particularly large, pink tinged white flowers in late spring. Grey green leaves. Medium sized deciduous shrub, upright when young, spreading with age. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (5-6) 1.2×1.2m.£12.955.00
Deutzia calycosa ‘Dali’ SBEC417  3Lt£13.952.00
Deutzia glomeruliflora BSWJ 7742  3LtChinese species the arching branches bearing congested clusters of stra-like, pale pink flowers; May-June. Small, matt leaves greyish beneath. Any reasonable, fertile soil in sun or part shade..1.8m. Seed collected B&S Wynn-Jones,  2900m, Yunnan, China.£14.954.00
Deutzia longifolia  3LtBushy, medium, deciduous shrub from Western China with unusual, cup-shaped white flowers with almost a small central ring of smaller petals around the yellow stamens. Equates to l.var. farreri. Flowers June & July. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. 2.0×2.0mtrs.£11.952.00
Deutzia multiradiataDeutzia 3LtFrom Sichuan, China, collected by Mikinori Ogisu. Low growing evergreen shrub. Small, star shaped white flowers with golden anthers are borne in loose corymbs in June. Most remarkable for its evergreen foliage, glossy green above and white-glaucous beneath. Needs a sheltered spot. (6-7) 1.0×1.5mtrs£10.501.00
Deutzia pulchraDeutzia 3LtUpright, deciduous shrub with arching branches & striking, peeling brown-orange bark. Narrow, lance-shaped leaves. Clusters of star shaped white flowers, tinged pink, held in slender panicles;- late spring & early summer. Retentive or moist soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 1.8×1.5mtrs.£10.954.00
Deutzia pulchraDeutzia 5Lt£15.953.00
Dichroa ‘Long March’ (?)  2LtA very rare form from Guishou, SW China with evergreen, elliptic, glossy green leaves.Terminal clusters of white buds open to long lasting blue or pink (pH dependent) waxy flowers followed by persistent glossy pinky purple berries. Prefers a fertile, retentive, acid soil in sun or part shade. Hardiness not proven. Challenging£17.951.00
Dichroa ‘Long March’ (?)  3Lt£17.952.00
Distylium ‘Blue Cascade’  3LtSpreading, evergreen shrub with elliptic, glossy, leathery, glaucous blue leaves. Apical clusters of purple stamens, held in red calyces; early Spring. Protected site with retentive, rich soil in part shade. Hardy to -5c. Lime tolerant member of the Hamamelis family. SE China. 1.2×1.2m£12.952.00
Elaeagnus communata ‘Zempin’Silver berry 3LtLarge, deciduous, upright shrub well covered in long, lance shaped, silver grey leaves. Clusters of small, very fragrant, pale yellow flowers in summer. Good foliage plant for back of the border. Free draining soil in sun. To: 3.0m+£10.754.00
Elaeagnus x ebbingei ‘Compacta’Oleaster 3LtAlthough smaller than the species, this by no means a miniature. Strong  growing upright evergreen with leathery, silver-green leaves, the new shoots heavily rusty brown felted. Small, sweetly scented cream flowers in the leaf axils in November. Ideal for screening. Easy in any soil in sun or shade. (10-11) 3.0×2.0m.£10.705.00
Elsholtzia flava  5LtA member of the mint family this medicinal sub shrub from the Himalayas & S.China. Multiple, stems lined with large, heart shaped, aromatic, soft green leaves. Terminal racemes of densely packed, tubular, yellow-bronze flowers held in a large, green calyx. £14.502.00
Enkianthus campanulatus (AGM)  3LtFlowers: cream & red. May\nHt 6-8ft Deciduous. Good aut colour\nHumus-rich, moist yet free draining ACID TO NEUTRAL soil in sun or part shade.£11.955.00
Eucalyptus gunnii divaricataMiena Cider Gum 5LtAmong the hardiest of Genus the young leaves of this fast growing medium size, evergreen tree are rounded & very glaucous becoming waxy blue with age. Produces a sweet sap, similar to Maple syrup. Endangered in the wild – forests of central Tasmania. Very free draining soil. To 15m.£30.003.00
Eucryphia milliganii  3LtA delightful, relatively hardy species making a large, slender shrub with small, shiny, evergreen leaves. Fragrant, pendulous white flowers freely produced; July-September. Fertile, moist yet free draining NEUTRAL TO ACID soil in sun but roots in shade. Shelter from cold winds.£10.752.00
Eucryphia x hillieri ‘Winton’  3LtEvergreen hybrid of lucida x glutinosa, generally evergreen with pinnate leaves on wiry stems. Beautiful-cup shaped creamy-white flowers during June & July. Possibly the hardiest of all Eucryphia. Best in a not too dry, ACID soil with some shade. (6-7) 3.0×2.0mtrs.£15.952.00
Eucryphia x intermedia ‘Rostrevor’ (AGM)  3LtLarge evergreen shrub or small, upright tree bearing masses of saucer-shaped, fragrant, white flowers with a boss of yellow stamens; early to mid-summer. Glossy, dark green, oblong leaves, pale green beneath. Fertile, moist yet drained, neutral to acid soil in sun; shelter from cold winds. 10x6m.£16.509.00
Euonymus alatus ‘Compactus’  (AGM)Winged Spindle 3LtCompact, bushy shrub the 4-angled shoots having broad, corky ‘wings’. Ovate, toothed dark green leaves turn a brilliant dark red in autumn. Rounded, reddish-purple fruit split to expose orange seeds. Reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. To: 1x1m.£10.753.00
Euonymus clivicola rongchuensis  5Lt(syn. E.clivicola) A small, slow growing evergreen shrub collected by Seiju Yamaguchi in China & tentatively identified. Slender stems with slim, leathery, shiny green leaves. Heads of tiny deep red flowers are followed by white seed capsules which split to show orange fruit, during autumn. Any reasonable soil in part or full shade. 1.0×1.0mtrs.£24.954.00
Euonymus fortunei ‘Dart’s Blanket’Euonymus 3LtVery useful evergreen either for ground cover, especially on dry banks in shade or grown as a climber. Strong stems with pairs of leathery, elliptic, deep green leaves, paler on the new growth & turning burgundy red during autumn. Insignificant flowers are loved by bees. Any soil in sun or shade. 45x120cm.£10.252.00
Euonymus fortunei ‘Emerald Gaiety’  (AGM)  2LtA small, compact, bushy shrub with attractive evergreen leaves of green margined cream, pink tinged during winter. Effective in borders, especially in groups or containers. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. 60x90cms£8.2512.00
Euonymus fortunei ‘Silver Queen’  (AGM)  3LtAttractive evergreen with white margined dark green leaves becoming pink-tinted in winter. Upright, bushy habit to Ht:2.5m. or 6.0m when grown as a climber. Any reasonably retentive soil in sun or part shade out of cold winds.£10.508.00
Euonymus fortunei ‘Silver Queen’  (AGM)  2Lt£9.402.00
Euonymus fortunei ‘Wolong Ghost’Euonymus 3LtIntroduced from Wolong Panda reserve in China this is excellent quick spreading evergreen ground cover & a vigorous evergreen climber. Unusual, very narrow dark green leaves with a strong central silver vein on mature leaves. Ideal for the most difficult spot. Ht to 2.5£10.503.00
Euonymus grandiflorus ‘Ruby Wine’Spindle 3LtMedium-size, semi arching shrub the ovate, leathery, serrated green leaves turning a brilliant rich ruby red which with the splitting orange-red fruit make a superb splash of autumn colour. Clusters of small white flowers in spring. Prefers a well drained soil in sun or part shade. 1.8m£11.757.00
Euonymus hamiltonianaus sieb. ‘Coral Charm’  3LtA dense, bushy deciduous shrub with the leaves taking on rich yellow autumn colour. Insignificant flowers are followed by show pink fruit, which split to reveal orange seeds & persist from mid autumn into winter. Colours best with some sun. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. 2.5×2.5mtrs.£9.755.00
Euonymus lucidusSpindle 3LtRarely seen Himalayan species with large, toothed, glossy, leathery green leaves, rich salmon-red on the new growth. Insignificant flowers. Slowly forms a large evergreen shrub. Needs the shelter of a very warm wall in a sheltered spot. 3.0×2.5mtrs.£9.254.00
Euonymus trapococcusWinged Spindle 3Lt(syn E.mackii ?) Very hardy deciduous Korean species the largish, elliptic, green leaves turning an amazing yellow-red & pink in autumn. Inconspicuous greenish flowers in summer then splitting pink fruit capsules revealing orange seed. Any reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. To 3m £14.953.00
Euonymus verrucosusSpindle 3LtMedium size, deciduous shrub the stems densely covered in ‘warts’. Clusters of inconspicuous brownish flowers in spring followed by striking pink fruit with orange seed capsules – like a chinese hat. Ovate green leaves with suoerb pink red autumn colour. Any reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. 1.8×1.5m.£17.502.00
Fatsia japonica  (AGM)Fatsia 3LtA handsome, evergreen shrub of spreading habit with large, glossy, palmate leaves giving an exotic look. Panicles of milky-white, globular flowerheads. Fertile,  well drained soil in sun or part shade in a  protected site. 1.5×1.5m+ (Oct-Nov)£17.5010.00
Fatsia japonica ‘Spider’s Web’Fatsia 3LtStunning architectural evergreen from Japan with rosettes of very large, leathery, much divided leaves heavily speckled & streaked white. Heads of white flowers in summer followed by heads of black berries. Needs good living in a sheltered spot, out of cold wind, preferably in part shade. 1.0×1.2mtrs.£12.954.00
Forsythia x intermedia ‘Goldrausch’Forsythia 3LtCompact, erect & tidy deciduous shrub with the branches smothered in very large starry golden-yellow flowers on the bare stems during March and April. Yellow autumn colour. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. (3-4) 1.7×1.4mtrs.£10.501.00
Forsythia x intermedia ‘Lynwood Variety’  (AGM)  3LtLarge, deciduous shrub clothed in golden yellow flowers; March April. Glossy, ovate leaves. Cut flowering shoots ideal for forcing in February. Prune if required immediately after flowering. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. To: 1.8×1.8m.£10.251.00
Fuchsia ‘Alice Hoffman’ (AGM)Hardy Fuchsia 2LtSemi-double flowers of rose pink with white, veined red, skirt all summer. Well branched, neat habit. Reasonably drained soil in a sunny position. May die back to soil level in winter. Prune hard in spring. 45x35cms.£8.953.00
Fuchsia ‘Coralle’Bush 2LtUpright bush the clusters of long, tubular, salmon-orange flowers tone beautifully with the ovate, bronzed leaves. Flowers continuously from end of May into frosts. Excellent for containers of front of border in a fertile reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. Requires winter protection. 45cms.£9.9512.00
Fuchsia ‘Gartenmeister Bonstedt’Triphylla fuchsia 2Lt(Triphylla) Upright stems with dark reddish-green leaves, purple beneath. Clusters of pendulous. slender trumpet-shaped bright orange-red flowers to 4cm long. Fertile retentive soil, best in dappled shade. May need winter protection. 5cms£9.9510.00
Fuchsia ‘Madame Cornelissen’  (AGM)Hardy fuchsia 3LtUpright, deciduous shrub well clothed in good sized, rich scarlet & white, semi-double flowers from mid summer until late autumn. Reasonably drained soil in sun. Protect crowns in sever winters. 90x90cms.£9.252.00
Fuchsia magellanica ‘Lady Bacon’Fuchsia 2LtLovely variety well covered in small, dainty, dancing, single flowers with flared white sepals and violet corolla; July into autumn. Medium size, bushy shrub for a reasonably drained yet retentive soil. Best in dappled shade. Stems may suffer winter damage but soon re-grows from old wood. 100x75cms.£11.252.00
Fuchsia magellanica ‘Logan Woods’  2LtUpright, bushy, deciduous shrub with ovate, toothed, dark green leaves. Throughout summer, slender flowers with dark pink tubes. Single, green-tipped pink sepals with a purple corolla, to the frosts. hardy form for  well drained soil in part shade. (6-10) 1.2×1.0mtrs£9.953.00
Fuchsia ‘Mrs Popple’ (AGM)  2LtReliable variety bearing large flowers with carmine sepals and a deep violet skirts; July until frosts.  Arching, bushy habit.  May die back to soil level in winter.  Prune hard in late spring.  Fertile, moist yet well drained soil in sun.  80x80cms.£8.955.00
Fuchsia ‘Riccartonii’  (AGM)  3LtFlowers: red & purple. July-Oct.\nHt 4-6ft Spread 2-4ft. Deciduous\nAny soil. Sun or partial shade£10.505.00
Fuchsia ‘Spion Kop’Semi hardy fuchsia 2LtA bushy, upright, free flowering with a reflexing crimson-red corolla & a double ‘fluffy’ white skirt with some pink veining; mid summer until frosts. For a ertile, reasonably drained yet retentive soil in sun or part shade.May need winter protection. 1m £8.952.00
Grevillea ‘Canberra Gem’ (AGM)  3LtWaxy pinkish-red, honeysuckle-like flowers held in short, dense spikes; April-Nov.  Vigorous, evergreen shrub crowded with needle-like rich green leaves.  Fertile, ACID TO NEUTRAL soil in sun.  Avoid winter wet.  2-4×2-5m.£10.953.00
Griselinia littoralis ‘Brodick Gold’  3LtLarge, upright, evergreen shrub with a dense covering of ovate, leathery, glossy, dark green leaves heavily and irregularly variegated from lime green to cream.  Inconspicuous flowers late spring.  Fertile drained soil in sun – avoid cold winds. 5m.£10.954.00
Griselinia littoralis ‘Green Horizon’Griselinia 3LtStrong growing, upright evergreen, ideal for forming a quick, dense hedge. Elliptic, polished, glossy green leaves. Rather insignificant creamy flowers. Responds well to hard pruning. Excellent wind tolerance. Best in a not too rich soil in sun. 3.0×2.0mtrs.£10.956.00
Griselinia littoralis ‘Redge’  3LtA more compact form the ovate, glossy, evergreen leaves held on near black stems. Clusters of small, yellow-green flowers in spring. Nedds a free draining, fertile soil in a sheltered sunny position. 1.2m (PBR)£10.954.00
Griselinia littoralis ‘Variegata’  3LtShapely evergreen shrub of upright habit. Large, oval, white variegated, shiny foliage. Attractive foliage plant for a very sheltered, sunny position in reasonably drained soil – avoid heavy clay. May need winter protection. 3.0×1.8m£9.353.00
Griselinia ruscifolia  3LtMulti stemmed, evergreen shrub the upright stems well clothed with glossy, ruscus-like, rich green leaves. Small, white flowers. A species originating from Argentina, Chile & SE Brazil. Prefers a reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade sheltered from cold winds. Useful background / screening shrub to 1.5m.£9.256.00
Halimium calycinumShrubby Rock Rose 3Lt(syn. H.libanotis) A dwarf, evergreen shrub of semi-erect habit massed with linear, rich-green leaves, silver-green beneath. An abundance of saucer-shaped, golden-yellow flowers. Very well drained, sheltered, sunny site protected from cold winds. 45x45cms. Flowers: June.£8.952.00
Halimium lasianthum formosum ‘Sandling’Shrubby Rock Rose 2LtCistus relatives from South Portugal.  Low bushy evergreen with elliptic, silky hairy leaves.  Papery, cup-shaped lemon-yellow flowers with red blotches at the eye in late spring and early summer.  Free draining soil in full sun.  (5-6) 30x60cm.£10.958.00
Hamamelis x intermedia ‘Arnold Promise’ (AGM)Witch Hazel12LtLarge, vase-shaped shrub bearing curious, spidery, large, fragrant, yellow flowers on the bare stems, mid & late winter. Hazel-like leaves turn yellow in autumn. Moist, yet drained, ACID TO NEUTRAL OR HUMUS-RICH SOIL in sun or part shade. 3.0m.£74.951.00
Hamamelis x intermedia ‘Diane’ (AGM)Witch Hazel12LtSuperb variety with clusters of dark red, fragrant, strap-like flowers on bare stems; late winter. Ovate, rich green leaves turn yellow, orange and red in autumn. Vase-shaped shrub for a fertile, reasonably drained, neutral to acid soil in sun. 4m.£74.951.00
Hamamelis x intermedia ‘Pallida’  (AGM) 12LtVase-shaped shrub bearing large, very fragrant, sulphur yellow, strap-like flowers on the bare stems; Jan -Feb. Best in humus rich, moist yet drained, acid to neutral soil in sun or part shade. To 4m.£74.952.00
Hebe ‘Beverely Hills’Hebe 2LtRounded evergreen shrub forming a dense mound of small elliptic green leaves, red flushed when young. Numerous panicles of pale lavender flowers produced on slender stems in summer – attractive to bees & butterflies. Ideal for containers or border. Prefers a retentive yet drained, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 60cms.£11.955.00
Hebe cupressoides ‘Boughton Dome’  2LtRounded evergreen shrub forming a dense mound of small elliptic green leaves, red flushed when young. Numerous panicles of lilac flowers produced on slender stems in summer – attractive to bees & butterflies. Ideal for containers or border. Prefers a retentive yet drained, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 60cms.£11.955.00
Hebe ‘Dark Angel’Hebe 2Lt£11.953.00
Hebe ‘Eyecatcher’Hebe 2LtSmall, rounded, bun-forming evergreen with narrow, silver-grey leaves with a wide, irregular creamy white margin. Dainty, wispy spikes of blush-pink flowers, ageing white during midsummer. needs a warm, sheltered, well drained spot in sun or part shade. (6-8) 60x75cm.£11.952.00
Hebe ‘Garden Beauty Blue’Hebe 2Lt(Garden Beauty series) Small, bushy, compact evergreen shrub with narrow, glossy green leaves. Very profuse in it’s long panicles of rich-blue flowers over a long period through summer. Reasonably hardy in a retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-8) 60x75cm.£11.956.00
Hebe ‘Garden Beauty Purple’hebe 2LtGarden Beauty Series. Compact, mound forming evergreen shrub with black stems having small, rounded, fleshy deep green leaves. narrow spikes of rich purple flowers from June to September. Hardier form for a sheltered, well drained spot in sun or shade. (6-9) 60x60cm.£11.955.00
Hebe ‘Garden Beauty White”Hebe 2Lt(Garden Beauty series) Small, bushy, compact evergreen shrub with narrow, glossy green leaves. Very profuse in it’s long panicles of white flowers over a long period through summer. Reasonably hardy in a retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. 60x75cm.£11.955.00
Hebe ‘High Voltage’Hebe 2LtRounded evergreen shrub forming a dense mound of small elliptic green leaves, bronze flushed when young. Numerous panicles of pale violet fading to white flowers produced on slender stems in summer – attractive to bees & butterflies. Ideal for containers or border. Prefers a retentive yet drained, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 60cms.£11.955.00
Hebe ‘Marie Antoinette’Hebe 2LtBushy, small to medium sized evergreen shrub with narrow, elliptic, leathery olive green leaves, flushed purple-red on the new growth. Narrow spikes of deep-pink flowers at the tips, fading white with age. Flowers mid to late summer. Retentive, well drained soil in a sunny, sheltered spot. (6-9) 75x75cm.£11.955.00
Hebe pinguifolia ‘Pagei’  (AGM)  2LtLow growing evergreen with attractive      glaucous-blue leaves & short spikes off white flowers in June & again in late summer. Goodground cover for well drained, sunny position. 30x80cms. (June & September))£11.9511.00
Hebe ‘Purple Queen’Hebe 2Ltsyn.`Amy’. Small, upright, evergreen shrub of compact habit, strongly suffused purple, especially on the new growth & very glossy. Spikes of violet purple flowers during summer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or light shade. (6-8) 75x75cm.£11.952.00
Hebe ‘Purple Shamrock’Hebe 2LtIrish cultivar, with wands of rich purple flws all summer.Radiating stems with dark-green lvs having a gold margin& the new growth heavily flushed purple. Evergreen foir well drained soil in a sunny, sheltered spot.  (5-8) 60cm.£11.951.00
Hebe rakaiensis (AGM)  2LtDwarf, very hardy form making a dense, compact mound of evergreen, neat, pale green leaves.  Short, crowded spikes of WHITE FLOWERS.  Good ground cover for reasonably drained soil in full sun.  60x80cms.  Flowers: June & July.£11.956.00
Hebe ‘Ronda’Hebe 2LtRounded evergreen shrub forming a dense mound of small elliptic green leaves, pink flushed when young. Numerous panicles of pale blue, white flowers produced on slender stems in summer – attractive to bees & butterflies. Ideal for containers or border. Prefers a retentive yet drained, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 60cms.£11.955.00
Hebe speciosa ‘Tricolor’  2Lt(syn Hebe speciosa ‘Variegata) Small, bushy, evergreen, well branched shrub with broad, spear-shaped, glossy, grey-green leaves with irregular cream margins. Spikes of reddish-purple flowers much loved by insects; July to December.Free draining soil in sun in a sheltered position.. to 90cms.£11.951.00
Hebe ‘Starlight’  2LtA rounded, compact, bushy, evergreen shrub with lance-shaped, narrow, variegated grey-green leaves with creamy to light yellow margins. Dense racemes of white flowers in early summer to autumn. Loved by bees & butterflies.Free draining soil in a sunny, reasonably protected position. 75cms.£11.958.00
Hebe vernicosa  2LtSlender panicles of pale lilac to white flowers are produced all summer. Upright stems are clothed in rounded dark green, evergreen leaves. A very hardy dwarf shrub from South Island of New Zealand. Moist yet well drained soil in sun. 60x75cms.£11.956.00
Hebe ‘Winter Glow’Hebe 2LtRounded, compact, evergreen shrub forming a dense mound of small elliptic green leaves, red- purple flushed in winter. Numerous panicles of violet flowers produced on slender stems in summer – attractive to bees & butterflies. Ideal for containers or border. Prefers a retentive yet drained, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 60cms.£11.955.00
Hebe ‘Wiri Mist’  2LtCompact, evergreen shrub clothed in small, lime-green leaves. Short spikes of white flowers, with lilac stamens, cover the plant in summer. Free draining, sunny site. 45x45cms.£11.951.00
Hebe ‘Youngii’ (AGM)  2Ltsyn: ‘Carl Teschner’. Hummock-forming, evergreen shrub with numerous, small, dark green leaves on almost black stems. Short spikes of violet-blue & white flowers. Good ground cover or in sinks & tubs. Well drained soil in a sheltered, sunny position. 25x80cms.£11.955.00
Helwingia chinensis broad-leaved  3LtA strange, medium sized glossy evergreen shrub with thick, leathery, glossy green leaves, finely toothed & glossy red on the new growth. Small green-purple flowers sit in the middle of each leaf followed by a glossy red fruit. Easy in a rich soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 2.0×2.0mtrs.£10.955.00
Heptacodium miconioides (AGM)Seven Son Flower of 3LtA large, vigorous,very hardy shrub with peeling bark. Bold, conspicuously 3-veined leaves often held into early winter. Whorls of small, fragrant white flowers; the calyx often turning bright red. Fertile, reasonably drained soil in sun. Flowers: Late summer.£14.951.00
Hibbertia aspera  3LtWoody based, sub shrub with spreading stems which could be trained as a small climber. Clusters of four petalled rich yellow flowers in profusion from late spring often through summer. Best in greenhouse but proving to be quite tough. To 60cms.£8.751.00
Hibiscus syriacus ‘Diana’ (AGM)  3LtLarge, to 12cm, pure white flowers with crinkled margins to the petals; mid-August through to autumn. Triangular, pale green leaves are late to emerge.. Rich, well drained soil in full sun. Slow growing, upright shrub to 3x2m£13.502.00
Hibiscus syriacus ‘Jeanne d’Arc’Hardy Hibiscus 3LtA medium, strongly upright, deciduous shrub with leaves emerging yellow, turning mid-green & maple-shaped. Clusters of fully double, pristine-white flowers, freely borne during late summer & early autumn. Light, free draining soil in sun or part shade. (8-9) 2.5×1.2mtrs.£13.501.00
Hoheria ‘Glory of Amlwch’ (AGM)Ribbonwood 3LtSpectacular in flower, this semi evergreen shrub has pointed, toothed, smooth green leaves. The branches are smothered in crowded clusters of mallow like white flowers during midsummer. Well drained soil in sun or part shade out of cold, drying winds. 7.0×6.0mtrs.£14.954.00
Hydrangea arborescens ‘Candybelle Bubblegum’Hydrangea 3Lt A beautiful, compact, bushy shrub the strong stems topped with large, domed heads of very pale salmon pink, long lasting flowers; August on. Broadly ovate, soft, green leaves.fertile, retentive yet drained soil in sun or part shade. 1.0m£11.502.00
Hydrangea aspera ‘Macrophylla’ (AGM)Scabrous Hydrangea 3LtSmall to medium, slow growing deciduous shrub with exceptionally large, oval, hairy leaves. Lacecap like heads of infertile mauve-blue flowers surrounded by a ring of white fertile ones, during early autumn. Best in a sheltered spot in a retentive soil in part or full shade. (7-9) 2.0×2.0mtrs.£10.951.00
Hydrangea aspera ‘Sapa’  3LtMedium sized deciduous shrub with hairy stems & much narrower leaves. Lacecap like heads of blue fertile flowers surrounded by a ring of white sterile ones, Flowers midsummer. Collected near the village of Sapa in North Vietnam. Best in a retentive soil in a sheltered, shady spot.(6-7) 2.0×2.0mtrs.£11.955.00
Hydrangea aspera sargentiana (AGM)  3LtBeautiful upright shrub, the shoots & undersides of the large leaves covered in a grey down. Large, flat flowerheads the inner florets blue-purple & the outer white flushed pink; August-September. A hardy strain for sheltered woodland conditions out of strong wind.£11.752.00
Hydrangea aspera sargentiana ‘La Fosse’Lace cap hydrangea 3LtA distinct variety from the La Fosse Arboretum, France. Large, rounded shrub with big, more rounded, velvety, rich green leaves. Brown stems with peeling bark. Heads of large, blue & white, lacecap flowers; July-August. Fertile soil in an airy, reasonably sheltered position£11.954.00
Hydrangea aspera ‘Velvet & Lace’Lacecap Hydrangea 3LtRounded shrub with beautiful semi-domed lacecap flowers the central fertile florets violet-blue the outer sterile white flushed mauve; August-September. Large, ovate, furry leaves. Fertile, humus rich, reasonably drained yet moist soil in part or full shade. 1.5m£10.252.00
Hydrangea aspera Villosa Group  (AGM)  3LtDelicate, large, lace-cap flowers of porcelain blue & lavender with toothed marginal sepals; August-September. Medium size, spreading shrub the large, pale green leaves and stems covered in fine hairs. Retentive, fertile, cool soil in part shade. 1.8×1.8m£11.955.00
Hydrangea ‘Garden House Beauty’Hydrangea 3LtAn unspecified hybrid from the Garden House, Buckland Monachorum, Devon. Elegant, airy, lacecaps the outer petal star-like, sky blue the inner a delicate soft cream; July – Sept. Glossy, rich green, elliptic leaves. Fertile, retentive soil in part shade. Retains blue only on acid soil otherwise pink. 1.2×1.2m£14.951.00
Hydrangea ‘Garden House Glory’Hydrangea 3LtA hybrid between macrophylla x serrata, found at the Garden house in Buckland Monachorum. The leaves emerge with a red new flush, taking on superb autumn colour. Attractive lacecap like cherry-red flowers during late summer & autumn. Retentive or moist soil in sun or shade. (7-9) 1.2×1.2mtrs.£12.953.00
Hydrangea ‘Garden House Glory’Hydrangea 4Lt£14.952.00
Hydrangea ‘Glyn Church’  3Lt(H.serrata x H.macrophylla?) Compact, deciduous shrub with very showy heads of white. fringed flowers turning red as they age; late summer & autumn. Leaves emerge with a rich burgundy edge. Best in retentive soil in sun or part shade. 1.2×1.2m£12.501.00
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Madame Emile Mouillère’ (AGM)Mop Head Hydrangea 3Lt(Mop Head) Possibly the best white cultivar bearing large globular heads of large white florets with pink or blue eyes; July-September. Prune if required after flowering. Fertile, humus-rich, moist yet drained soil in sun or part shade. 1.5×1.8m.£10.505.00
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Miss Saori’Mop head hydrangea 3LtVery unusual, striking double flowered, mophead the pointed white petals edged and suffused rose-pink; mid summer on. Rich green foliage takes on a burgundy hue in autumn. Bushy shrub for a fertile, reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. To: 1.0 x 1.0m.£10.756.00
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Sharona’Mophead Hydrangea 3Lt(Dutch Lady Series) Medium size variety bearing large, rich blue, mop head flowers (on acid soils else mauve-pink) from late July into autumn . Spent heads last well into winter. Large, rich green serrated glossy leaves. For a fertile, retentive yet drained soil – best in part shade. 1.5m £10.652.00
Hydrangea macrophylla stylosa  3Ltsyn. Hydrangea stylosa. A rare form collected from West Yunnan highlands bearing striking chocolate coloured leaves in summer and heads of lacecap flowers with frilly white to palest pink ray florets around bright blue (on acid soils) centre; summer. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. 1.5m+£14.957.00
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘White Wave’ (AGM)Lacecap Hydrangea 3Lt(Lacecap) A small, deciduous, strong growing shrub with flattened heads of sterile pale bluish pink flowers surrounded by pearly white ray florets. Very free flowering sport of H. mariesii. Well manured, moisture holding soil in part shade. 1.5×1.8m (7-9)£10.257.00
Hydrangea paniculata ‘ Diamantino’Hydrangea 3LtEasy, mid size shrub the firm, semi arching stems topped with long, dense panicles of yellow-green florets turning through white to pink over a long period from early July. Old flowers add interest through winter. Lime-green, felted, ovate leaves. Prune back hard in early spring. For a fertile, retentive yet drained soil in sun or part shade. 120 x 90cms.£11.457.00
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Early Harry’  3LtA welcome. very early flowering variety with large panicles of white-cream blooms from late May. Flowers turn pink purple with age and spent heads still look attractive into winter. Multi upright stems clothed in fresh green, ovate leaves. Any reasonable retentive, fertile soil in sun or shade. 1.2×1.0m. Introduced 2018£11.504.00
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Kyushu’ (AGM)  3LtFlws: Creamy-white cone-shaped; Aug-Sept.\nHt.6-7ft.Spread 6ft. Strong, compact grower. Deciduous. Well drained, manured soil. Cool roots.£10.505.00
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Levana’  3LtFirm, upright stems topped with large (to 50cm) cone shaped, white flowers fading pink in late summer. Rich green, ovate, toothed leaves. For a fertile, moist yet drained soil – best in dappled shade. Cut back hard in late winter. 2×1.5m£11.957.00
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Limelight’ (AGM)  3LtLarge, upright shrub bearing large, terminal, cone-like panicles of lime to cream-white flowers; August on. The heads persist for a long period. Pruned in early Spring if wished. Moist yet drained, humus rich soil in sun or dappled shade. Ht: 3m+£11.4522.00
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Limelight’ (AGM)  7.5lt£21.501.00
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Little Lime’Conical coneflower 3LtGreat for where space is limited, this half size form of the popular ‘Limelight’ has fat, conical spikes of soft creamy-green flowers, ageing cream & finally taking on a palest pink flush. Flowers midsummer into autumn. Prune hard if wanted. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 1.5×1.5mtrs.£11.452.00
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Phantom’ (AGM)  3LtPossibly the largest flowered of all the paniculatas with fat pyramidal spikes of creamy white flowers, ageing with a soft pink tinge;- mid to late summer. Flowers brst if pruned hard in spring. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 2.5×2.5mtrs.£11.455.00
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Pink Diamond’ (AGM)  3LtUpright stems topped with impressive large cones of very pale pink florets turning purple-red; August-September. Prune back laterals to within 7cms. of last years growth in early spring.  Humus-rich, moisture retentive soil in part shade. 2.5×2.0m.£11.452.00
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Polar Bear’  3LtBushy, compact deciduous shrub with large, fat, pyramidal panicles of flowers emerging lime green, turning pure white as they mature. They can be up to 30cm long. Flowers mid to late summer. Prune hard in spring. Retentive soil in sun or shade. (6-8) 1.5×1.5mtrs.£11.456.00
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Sundae Fraise’Hydrangea 3LtA dwarfer form of this deciduous shrub. Large, conical panicles of sterile white flowers ageing raspberry pink as they age ;- mid to late summer. Best pruned hard in spring for larger flowers. More adaptable to drier soil in sun or part shade. (6-8) 1.2×1.2mtrs.£11.5010.00
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Tardiva’Hydrangea 3LtMedium sized deciduous shrub with large, pyramidal panicles of lacecap like creamy white flowers in profusion;- mid to late summer. Prune hard in spring for larger flowers. Tolerates drier conditions than most Hydrangea in sun or shade. (7-8) 2.0×1.8mtrs£8.953.00
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Unique’ (AGM)  3Lt £10.505.00
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Vanilla Fraise’  3LtErect, deciduous shrub with fat, pointed panicles of creamy-white flowers just taking on a slight pink tinge with age;- mid to late summer. Matt green leaves, yellow in autumn. Tolerates drought more than most. Any soil in sun or shade. (7-9) 2.5×2.0mtrs.£11.505.00
Hydrangea paniculata ‘Wim’s Red’  3LtFast growing, upright shrub bearing long (to 30cms) panicles of fragrant white flowers which age through pink to a rich wine red over a long period from July on. Mature heads also dry well for indoor use. Prune hard in early spring. Fertile, reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. To: 2.0×2.0m.£11.755.00
Hydrangea ‘Preziosa’ (AGM)Hydrangea 3Lt(Mophead) A more compact, bushy variety with smaller flower heads of glistening salmon-pink turning to warm red. Young leaves & stems are reddish-brown. Well drained, manured soil in a sheltered site with a moist root run. Part shade. 1.2×1.0m (July-September)£9.954.00
Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Alice’Oak Leaf Hydrangea 3LtSlow growing, gnarled deciduous shrub, much stronger growing & larger than the parent. Flaking stem with large, red oak like, lobed leaves taking on spectacular red autumn colour. Conical panicles of white flws, ageing pink. Sun or part shade. (7-9) 2.0×2.0£13.502.00
Hydrangea ‘Sandra’Mountain Hydrangea 3Lt(Dutch Lady Series) Plantfinder lists this as a macrophylla, but has a great deal of serrata in it’s breeding. A small, upright, deciduous shrub with the leaves almost permanently stained brownish-red. Lacecap like heads of white flowers, with the edges of the petals picoteed red, borne during autumn. Retentive soil in part shade. (8-9) 1.2×1.2mtrs.£10.504.00
Hydrangea scandens chin. ‘Golden Crane’Hydrangea 3LtIntroduced by Dan Hinckley from China, this is one of the most fragrant Hydrangeas available. Forms a medium, bushy deciduous shrub with lacecap like heads of white flowers, surrounding small, fertile, creamy yellow ones. Narrow, leathery, deep green leaves, gold in autumn. Retentive soil in part or full shade. (7-9) 1.2×1.2mtrs.£14.9510.00
Hydrangea scandens chinensis angustipetelaLacecap Hydrangea 3LtA distinct, rarely available species with heads of lace cap flowers the inner petals a soft yellow surrounded by white fading to cream outer florets; mid summer. Willow like, dark green leaves. Prefers a retentive, fertile, humus rich soil in part shade. 1.5m. Indigenous to the Far East.£12.952.00
Hydrangea serrata ‘Bluebird’  (AGM)Lace-cap Hydrangea 3LtSmall to medium sized shrub with lacecap heads of acid blue flowers, if grown on acid soil. Locally they will be reddish-purple. Narrower leaves turning yellow in autumn. Retentive, never dry soil in sun or shade. (7-9) 1.5×1.5mtrs.£9.951.00
Hydrangea serrata ‘Daredevil’Hydrangea 3LtLovely intense pink lace cap flowers, glowing rich purple on acid soils, becoming more fiery red later in the season; July to September. Attractive dark bronze, almost black foliage held on near black stems, turn fiery red in autumn. For a rich, fertile, retentive yet drained soil in semi shade. 1.2m£11.655.00
Hydrangea serrata ‘Fuji-no-taki’Japanese Mountain Hydrangea 3LtVery delicate, small deciduous shrub. Lacecap like heads of starry, fully double pure-white flowers, green on the exterior & fading palest blush-pink ;- late summer & autumn. The name translates as ‘Fuji Waterfall. Retentive soil with some shade. (7-9) 1.0×1.0mtrs.£12.505.00
Hydrangea serrata ‘Kurenai’Japanese Hydrangea 3LtA  little Japanese gem the white lacecap flowers maturing through pink to red & offset by the central creamy sterile florets. Rich green leaves assume maroon tints with age. For a fertile, retentive yet reasonably drained soil in dappled shade. To: 100x60cms.£12.501.00
Hydrangea serrata ‘Magical Pillow’Lace cap hydrangea 3LtAn unusual, ground covering Hydrangea forming well branched, pillow like hummocks spreading via underground stems. Heads of lacecap blue & pink flowers from July on. Rich green, ovate leaves turning red in autumn. Fertile, reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. 1.2×2.0m£10.502.00
Hypericum ‘Hidcote’  (AGM)  3LtPopular, easy, hardy, semi-evergreen, compact shrub covered in large, golden-yellow, saucer-shaped flowers from July to October. Sunny well-drained site. 90x90cms.£10.254.00
Ilex aquifolium ‘Alaska’Holly 3Lt(Female) Compact, evergreen variety bearing clusters of red berries in autumn. Glossy, spiny leaves. Prefers fertile, humus-rich soil in sun or shade. 1.8×1.2m.£11.755.00
Ilex aquifolium ‘Argentea Marginata’  (AGM)Holly 3Lt(Female) A handsome green-stemmed form the broad, evergreen leaves margined cream; young growth pink. Free-fruiting – requires a male form for pollination. Reasonably drained soil in sun or shade. 2.5×1.8m.£11.755.00
Ilex aquifolium ‘Ferox Argentea’ (AGM)Silver Hedgehog Holly 3Lt(MALE FORM) A very slow growing variety with purple young shoots & oval, glossy, dark green leaves that have creamy white margins & spines over the leaf surface. A good pollinator for female varieties Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 5m x 3m.£9.952.00
Ilex aquifolium ‘Golden van Tol’Holly5lt(Self fertile) Excellent ‘sport’ from ‘J.C.Van Tol’ the almost spineless, dark green leaves margined gold; evergreen. Red berries in winter. Fertile, humus-rich, reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. 4x3m.£10.751.00
Ilex aquifolium ‘Madame Briot’  (AGM)Holly 3Lt(Female) Large, spiny, evergreen leaves mottled & margined dark yellow. Attractive purple stems. Red berries in winter if pollinated by a male form. Bushy, pyramidal habit. Reasonably drained soil in sun or shade. 3.0×1.8m+.£11.755.00
Ilex perado platyphylla (f)Canary Island Holly 3Lt(Female) Hardy, slow growing, spreading evergreen shrub with stout stems having large, broadly elliptic, only very finely spined, leathery, deep green handsome leaves. This female form will have very heavy clusters of red fruit if pollinated by a male. Best in a sheltered, woodland garden with some shade. 3.0×3.0mtrs.£13.502.00
Ilex x meserveae ‘Blue Angel’Blue Holly 3Lt(Female) Slow growing, dense, compact evergreen shrub of pyramidal habit with dark purple stems & dark blue-green leaves. Clusters of glossy, red berries – if pollinated. Humus-rich, moist yet drained soil in sun. 4.0×2.0m£9.952.00
Illicium anisatumJapanese Anise 3LtSlow growing, medium sized evergreen shrub with oval, thick textured, glossy leaves. Creamy-white flowers like small stellata Magnolias in spring even when young. Any soil except excessively chalky in sun & shelter. (3-5) 2.0×1.6mtrs.£9.951.00
Illicium oligandrumAnise 3LtAn obscure species from SW China where it grows as an evergreen forest tree to 12m. In our colder climate restricted to probably a very large shrub. Large, up facing, paddle-like leaves. Small pale yellow flowers are seen in summer. The seed pods open to form the ‘star of anise’. Requires a sheltered site in a retentive, fertile soil – hardiness ???£12.953.00
Illicium ‘Woodland Ruby’  3LtUnusual hybrid between a white flowered form of I.floridanum and I.floridanum mexicanum resulting in larger red-pink flowers; spring. Medium size, aromatic, evergreen shrub with large, leathery, ovate glossy leaves. With both parents originating from southern USA & S.America a very sheltered, sunny, preferably lime free site essential.£20.004.00
Jasminum humile farreriYellow Jasmine 3LtHardy, semi climbing shrub from N Burma. Wiry stems with semi-evergreen, fine, ash like leaves. Terminal clusters of single, bright yellow, star like flowers; early summer. Any reasonably drained, fertile soil in sun or part shade. Coll: Farrer, Upper Burma, 1919£13.953.00
Kerria japonica ‘Pleniflora’ (AGM)  2LtVigorous, graceful shrub bearing large, double, orange-yellow flowers in April-May. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. Prune immediately after flowering. Ht.8-10ft Spread 6ft.£9.954.00
Lagerstroemia indica ‘Violet’Crepe Myrtle 3LtLarge, semi-evergreen shrub capable of forming a small, single stemmed tree with a smooth, grey-cinnamon peeling bark. Large panicles of crepe like bright violet flowers from late summer to autumn. Hardy but best planted against a wall in a very sheltered, well drained spot in sun.  250x150cm.£14.958.00
Laurus nobilis  (AGM) 1/2 StdSweet Bay 4LtAromatic evergreen with dark, glossy green leaves with wavy edges much used for flavouring. Erect, well branched stems form a natural pyramid. Trim to shape in April & August. Plant in sheltered site in a well drained sunny position. 2.5×1.5m£39.9510.00
Laurus nobilis  StandardSweet Bay10Lt£79.957.00
Lavandula angustifolia ‘Essence Purple’Lavender 1LtBlooming some 10 days earlier than most lavenders with long spikes of highly aromatic, rich blue flowers over many weeks in early summer. The stems are just the right length for cutting. Forms a perfect rounded ball-shaped, uniform, dense clump of green, aromatic foliage. Free draining soil in sun. 45cms.£4.755.00
Lavandula angustifolia ‘Essence Purple’Lavender1.5lt£5.951.00
Lavandula angustifolia ‘Folgate’Lavender1.5ltA compact form with narrow, grey-green, aromatic, evergreen leaves. Heads of very fragrant, lavender-blue flowers opening early July. Well drained soil in a sunny position. 60x60cms. (7)£5.9511.00
Lavandula angustifolia ‘Havana’Lavender 2LtAttractive in both flowers & leaf, this strongly aromatic, small evergreen shrub has linear, intensely silver woolly leaves. Spikes of vibrant purple-blue flowers are persistently held through summer & autumn. Light, rather poor, free draining soil in sun. (6-9) 50x50cm.£8.257.00
Lavandula angustifolia ‘Hidcote’  (AGM)Lavender 1LtOne of the best dwarf lavenders forming a compact mound of narrow grey green leaves. Violet flowers are produced  in dense spikes from July. Prune after flowering. For a well drained sunny site in sun. 45x45cms. (July-September)£4.752.00
Lavandula angustifolia ‘Hidcote’  (AGM)Lavender1.5lt£5.9531.00
Lavandula angustifolia ‘Hidcote’  (AGM)Lavender9cm£4.251.00
Lavandula angustifolia ‘Imperial Gem’ (AGM)Lavender1.5ltAbundant spikes of deep blue flowers; July-\September. Dwarf, bushy, evergreen, highly aromatic shrub. Well drained sunny position. 60x60cms.£5.9513.00
Lavandula angustifolia ‘Munstead’Old English Lavender 1LtPopular form with spikes of fragrant, dark   lavender-blue flowers June-Aug. Silvery grey, aromatic, evergreen foliage. Prune after flowering. Best in light, well drained soil in a sunny position. 60x60cms.£4.751.00
Lavandula angustifolia ‘Munstead’Old English Lavender9cm£4.2522.00
Lavandula angustifolia ‘Rosea’Lavender1.5ltSyn.L.a.Jean Davis.£5.952.00
Lavandula angustifolia ‘Twickel Purple’Old English Lavender9cmBushy, medium sized lavender with slender spikes of tubular, rich purple flowers from June to the frosts. Woody based shrub with narrow, silver-grey aromatic leaves. Good form for informal hedging. Best in a light, free draining soil in sun. (6-10) 60cm.£4.2522.00
Lavandula angustifolia ‘Twickel Purple’Old English Lavender 2Lt£8.454.00
Lavandula x hybrida ‘Phenomenal’  1LtA very free flowering hybrid. Bushy, aromatic evergreen with long spikes of lavender blue flowers, much loved by bees & butterflies, held on stiff stems; June-July. Attractive, grey-green, evergreen leaves. Free draining soil in sun. 75x60cms£4.752.00
Lavandula x intermedia ‘Grosso’Lavender1.5ltSlightly different form of this popular cottage favourite. Very fragrant heads of pale blue flowers on a dense mound of highly aromatic, evergreen, narrow silver leaves. Responds well to regular clipping. Well drained soil in full sun. 1.0×1.0m (6-9)£5.9511.00
Lavandula x intermedia ‘Walbertons Silver Edge’Lavender 1LtUnusual variegated form with the narrow grey leaves having a creamy white variegation. Short spikes of soft blue flowers on stems just above the leaves. Warm, sheltered spot in sun. (5-9) 30cm.£4.752.00
Lavatera x clementii ‘Barnsley’Shrubby Mallow 2LtA vigorous, semi-evergreen sub-shrub with soft grey, downy leaves. Continuous display of large, very pale pink flowers from midsummer. Prune in early spring. Best in a  warm, sunny position. 3.0×3.0m (6-10)£6.752.00
Lavatera x clementii ‘Rosea’  (AGM)Shrubby Mallow 2LtVigorous, semi-evergreen sub-shrub with grey green foliage & an abundance of rose-pink flowers from June on. Prune if required in early spring. Best in poor, well drained soil in a sheltered, sunny position.         3.0×3.0m (6-10)£6.956.00
Lespedeza thunbergii ‘Little Volcano’Bush Clover 3LtOne of the most attractive autumn flowering shrubs with 6″ drooping racemes of pea like, purple-rose flowers. Long, wiry, arching, but self standing stems forming a graceful, fountain like shape – more upright than the species. For a free drainging soil in sun. Origin:Ryukyu Island, Japan. £12.956.00
Leycesteria formosa (AGM)Pheasant Berry 3LtA quick growing, deciduous, upright shrub with blue-green shoots & oval leaves. Funnel-shaped white flowers are produced in,clusters from wine coloured bracts in summer & autumn. Black berries. Fertile well drained soil in sun. Prune hard in Spring.£10.258.00
Lonicera fragrantissimaShrubby Winter Honeysuckle 3LtGraceful, wide-spreading, semi-evergreen shrub bearing wonderfully scented, small creamy-white, waxy flowers during mild spells throughout winter & spring. Prefers a good, fertile soil in sun. 1.8×1.8m.         (Dec-March)£10.252.00
Lonicera involucrataTwinberry Honeysuckle 3LtThe Twinberry honeysuckle is a medium sized deciduous from from N.W N.America, Pairs of narrowly tubular, golden-yellow flowers hang from swollen, persistent burgundy-red bracts from late spring into summer. They are followed by glossy black fruit. Good autumn colour. Retentive soil in sun or part shade. (5-7) 2.5×2.5mtrs.£10.951.00
Lonicera nitida ‘Red Tips’  2LtSmall-leaved, evergreen shrub of dense habit. The glossy leaves are tinged reddish-bronze when young fading with age. Fertile, free draining soil in sun or part shade. 1.0m.£11.3514.00
Lonicera x purpusiiShrubby Winter Honeysuckle 3Lt(A twiggy, wide-spreading, deciduous hybrid producing a mass of beautifully fragrant creamy-white, waxy flowers during mild spells throughout the winter. Prefers a fertile, reasonably drained soil in sun. 2.5×2.5m. Flowers: December-March)£10.255.00
Luma apiculata ‘Glanleam Gold’Myrtle 3LtA strong growing, upright shrub with aromatic, evergreen, bright green leaves edged yellow. Slightly fragrant white flowers then red-purple fruits. Fertile, well drained soil in full sun. Half hardy – requires winter protection. 4x3m. Flowers: Midsummer.£9.353.00
Magnolia figo  5Lt(syn. Michelia figo) Rounded, evergreen shrub with smooth, dark green leaves and downy stems. Cip-shaped, banana scented, ivory-white flowers with dark red petal margins; spring & summer from rusty-brown bracts. Ferttile neutral to acid soil. Not frost hardy. 6m.£24.951.00
Magnolia ‘Genie’Tulip tree 5LtPossibly the darkest red black available this large shrub / small tree carries globular dark burgundy-red, waxy flowers from very dark buds; April-May. Large, elliptic, felted leaves. For a deep, fetile, retentive yet drained soil in a sheltered sunny / part shaded site. 4m+. Intod: Hooper, NZ 2006£35.952.00
Magnolia liliiflora ‘Nigra’ (AGM) 15ltStunning variety with large, tulip like, dark purple-red flowers, paler within, in spring.Flowers when quite young. Upright, compact, open branched habit with glossy, ovate leaves. For a fertile, retentive soil in sun or dappled shade.£54.951.00
Magnolia maudiae  3LtLarge evergreen shrub or small tree closely related to Magnolia. Large, (15cm), well scented, pure white, goblet-like flowers held in the upper leaf axils; early spring. Large, grey-green leaves. Requires a sheltered site in humus-rich, neutral to acid soil. 5.0×3.5m.£24.953.00
Magnolia sieboldii  3Lt(syn.M.parviflora) Bears large, cup-shaped flowers with 12 white petals & crimson anthers, May-June; upright from bud becoming horizontal. Spectacular clusters of crimson fruit. Large, spreading shrub with long, ovate, dark green leaves. Humus-rich, retentive soil; lime tolerant. To: 8x12m.£16.951.00
Magnolia stellata ‘Royal Star’Magnolia 3LtVery slow growing, compact, deciduous shrub flowering much later than the species making it ideal for colder gardens. Fragrant, many petalled, larger white flowers from pink buds; April-May. Retentive, not too chalky soil in a sunny site. 2.0×2.0m.£15.953.00
Magnolia tamaulipanaMagnolia 5LtNot dis-similar to M.grandiflora this imposing Mexican species has large, fragrant, open globular, cream ‘tepals’ creamy brown on the exterior from black buds; mid summer. Large, lustrous, ovate green leaves with a glaucous hue beneath. Mountain gullies to 1900m. Hardy to -18c. Fertile, retentive soil. Endangered in the wild. Medicinal. 8m+£39.903.00
Magnolia x loebneri ‘Leonard Messel’  (AGM) 15ltMagnificent shrub or small tree bearing numerous fragrant, lilac-pink flowers with strap-like petals from deep pink buds, April. Any reasonable soil, including chalk, in sun or part shade avoiding early morning  sun. Protect flowers from night frosts.£54.952.00
Magnolia x proctoriana  5Lt(salicifolia x stellata) Large, conical, deciduous shrub with oval, aromatic leaves. Starry, white flowers with narrow, strap-shaped petals; mid spring. Retentive, humus-rich, neautral to acid soil in sun or part shade. To: 8x4m.£24.952.00
Mahonia japonica Bealei groupJapanese Mahonia 3LtShort, dense, erect racemes of fragrant yellow flowers in winter. Medium to large-size, evergreen shrub with fine architectural leaves, the lower leaflets overlapping. Any reasonable, fertile, retentive soil; prefers some shade. 2.0×1.5m.£10.952.00
Mahonia moranensisMahonia 3LtSmall Mexican species, often considered a subspecies of pinnata. Whorls of soft spined sea-green leaves, attractively mottled copper-red on the new growth. Arching whorls of soft yellow flowers, usually during late winter & spring. Light scent. Needs a warm, sheltered spot in sun or part shade. (2-4) 2.0×2.0mtrs.£14.953.00
Mahonia nitens ‘Cabaret’  3LtA lovely, new compact form the upright racemes of orange-red flowers buds opening to rich yellow; late August-November then masses of blue-grey berries to follow. Leathery, pinnate, glossy rich green leaves emerge with bronze tinting. Fertile, free draining soil in sun or part shade. To: 100x80cms.£11.7510.00
Mahonia oiwakensis lomariifolia tenuifoliolaOregon or Holly Grape 3LtProbably the most elegant of the species making an imposing large shrub with erect stems topped with rosettes of very long, pinnate, evergreen leaves more narrow than the sub species. Upright, dense panicles of fragrant yellow flowers in winter. Sheltered site in fertile, drained soil in part shade. 3.0×2.0m+  Yunnan, China£14.951.00
Mahonia Pan’s Peculiar’  3LtThere is no other Mahonia that looks like this! Relatively short, congested, pinnate leaves arching downward to form hummocks of foliage on the upright stems. Racemes of large soft-yellow, well scented flowers in winter. A hardy hybrid between M. duclouxiana and M. japonica introduced my Nick Maser.£14.952.00
Mahonia Pan’s Peculiar’  2Lt£13.954.00
Mahonia trifolia EKB4618  3LtA very little known, but very hardy species from high altitude in C Mexico. Slow growing to 3 or 4 metres. Very dark green, hard, rigidly spiny leaflets held in threes or fives which turn to deep plum shades in cold winters. Rich yellow flowers are held in clusters up the stems in spring. Closely related to M. moranensis.£14.953.00
Mahonia x media ‘Charity’  3LtStriking, evergreen architectural shrub with rosettes of glossy pinnate foliage. Large, semi-erect, terminal spikes of highly fragrant, lemon-yellow flowers from late January. Prefers moisture retentive soil in  full or part shade. 1.8×1.5m. (Jan-March)£10.952.00
Mahonia x media ‘Winter Sun’  (AGM)  3LtCompact, evergreen shrub bearing erect, densely packed, fragrant yellow racemes; late autumn & winter. Ruffs of handsome, large, pinnate leaves. Well drained, fertile soil – prefers part shade but will grow in sun. 1.5×1.2m..£10.503.00
Mahonia x wagneri ‘Fireflame’Oregon grape 3LtA striking evergreen shrub with bright green, pinnate, leathery, glossy leaves, marbled coppery-bronze turning bright red & orange in autumn & winter.. Showy clusters of bright yellow, fragrant flowers over a long period, late winter & early spring, followed by blue black berries. Prefers a retentive, woodlandy, fertile soil in part or full shade. Slow to 1.5m. .£10.954.00
Mahonia x wagneri ‘Pinnacle’Oregon grape 3LtA striking evergreen shrub with bright green, pinnate, leathery, glossy leaves, coppery-bronze when young. Showy clusters of bright yellow, fragrant flowers over a long period, late winter & early spring, followed by blue black berries. Prefers a retentive, woodlandy, fertile soil in part or full shade. Slow to 1.5m. .£10.501.00
Metapanax davidii  3LtA slow-growing, medium to large, evergreen shrub. The leaves may be simple, or divided into two or three lobes, or leaflets. Large terminal sprays of small, pale green, ivy-like flowers are followed by flat, black berries£28.951.00
Musa ‘Malbogh’  3LtImpressive fast growing tree like perennial the very large (to 1.2m), fleshy,, paddle-shaped green leaves with burgundy mottling. Stalk-bases form a false stem, Clusters of tubular flowers with colourful bracts, followed by cylindrical fruits. Needs copious water &  generous feeding. Protected site in sun or part shade in a fertile, humus rich soil. Protect from frost. 3m+£19.951.00
Nandina domestica ‘Blush Pink’Heavenly Bamboo 3LtRather small form of this attractive evergreen shrub with cane like stems having soft green leaves, the new growth being coral pink. Rich pink & copper autumn colour. rather shy flowering with its spikes of white flowers & small red fruit. Best in a sheltered, retentive soil in part shade. 60x60cm.£12.759.00
Nandina domestica ‘Brightlight’ ‘Heavenly Bamboo 3LtAn elegant, upright, evergreen shrub the luminous, lime green,  ovate leaves being longer & more slender than the type. Clusters of small, white flowers. Excellent feature plant for containers or borders for a retentive, fertile soil in sun or part shade. Hardy to -18C. To: 1.5×0.9cm in 5 years +£12.951.00
Nandina domestica ‘Flirt’Sacred Bamboo 3LtSmall, bushy evergreen with whorls of bamboo like, glaucous leathery leaves flushed coppery pink-red on the new growth in spring, even stronger in autumn. Spikes of starry white flowers followed by rich red fruit. Imported from japan under the name ‘Murasaki’. Humus rich, well drained soil in partly shaded, sheltered spot. (8-10) 75x75cm.£12.7512.00
Nandina domestica ‘Obsessed’Sacred Bamboo 3Ltsyn. ‘Obsession’. Small, slow growing evergreen for some shade with whorls of leathery, pinnate leaves, flushed rich burgundy red on the new growth. Conical panicles of starry white flowers in autumn followed by small red fruit. Retentive soil out of cold winds. 1.0×1.0mtrs.£12.955.00
Nandina domestica ‘Twilight’Sacred Bamboo 2LtA small, very slow growing, evergreen shrub with erect, woody stems & whorls of finely pinnate, mid-green leaves, strongly mottled silvery-white & pink when growing well. Has cone-like spikes of white flowers in spring but has not produced any red fruit to date. 60x60cm. (4-5)£12.505.00
Nandina domestica ‘Twilight’Sacred Bamboo 3Lt£12.955.00
Osmanthus armatus  3LtHandsome, large, dense evergreen shrub with thick, rigid, erectly held, leathery green leaves with spiny teeth. Clusters of sweetly scented, tubular white flowers in autumn. Easy in any soil in sun or shade. (7-9) 4x4m.£10.504.00
Osmanthus heterophyllus ‘Purpureus’  3LtSlow growwing, compact evergreen with Holly like dark green leaves, flushed black with the new growth strongly suffused deep purple. Small clusters of sweetly scented white flowers in autumn. Good for hedging. Sun or part shade. 1.0×1.0m.£10.502.00
Osmanthus heterophyllus ‘Variegatus’  (AGM)  3LtAttractive evergreen shrub the shiny, holly-like leaves bordered creamy-white. Clusters of small, very fragrant, tubular white flowers; late summer to autumn. Very slow. Reasonably drained, sheltered position in sun or part shade. 1.5×1.2m.£10.505.00
Osmanthus yunnanensis (AGM)  2LtStriking, large, evergreen shrub or small tree with olive-green, leathery, coarsely toothed leaves. Intensely fragrant, ivory-white flowers in late winter. Needs a warm, sheltered, well drained site in sun or part shade. 4.0×3.0m£14.951.00
Parahebe catarractaeDigger’s Speedwell 1LtSmall, low mound forming sub-shrub with elliptic, glossy green toothed leaves. Short spikes of speedwell like, soft-blue flowers with a small red eye during summer. Lightly prune in spring to maintain shape. Light, free draining soil in sun. (6-8) 30x45cm.£4.759.00
Perovskia atriplicifolia ‘Little Spire’Rusian Sage 2LtShorter form of this deciduous shrub with toothed, more entire, intensely silver-white leaves. Spikes of small, two-lipped, mid-blue flowers in late summer & autumn, held in persistent violet bracts. Prune hard in spring. light soil in sun. 60x60cm.£7.251.00
Perovskia ‘Blue Spire’ (AGM)  2LtA beautiful, small, Himalayan, aromatic shrub of erect habit with deeply cut grey foliage & whitish stems. Long panicles of lavender-blue flowers late summer. Light, well drained soil in full sun. 90x90cms.£10.9511.00
Perovskia ‘Blue Spire’ (AGM)  1.4Lt£6.9510.00
Philadelphus ‘Belle Etoile’  (AGM)  3LtWonderfully fragrant, single, large white flowers flushed maroon at the base; June-July. Arching habit. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. Compact shrub to 1.2×2.5m.£10.7514.00
Philadelphus ‘Casa Azul’  3LtChance seedling found growing between 2 Mexican ‘parents’. Arching branches bearing a profusion of sweetly scented, cup shaped, white flowers subtly stained purple red at centre. Dainty, green foliage. Any reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. Probably medium size shrub. Introduced by Nick Maser.£12.951.00
Philadelphus coronarius ‘Aureus’  (AGM)  3LtMedium-size, strong growing easy shrub with clusters of richly scented, 4-petalled, creamy-white flowers: June – July Leaves bright yellow when young maturing to greenish-yellow. Well suited to very dry soils; protect from full sun. 2.0×1.0m.£10.304.00
Philadelphus delavayiMock Orange 3LtUpright, deciduous shrub, with arching branches . tapered dark-green leaves. Racemes of single, cup-shaped white flowers with purple flushed reverses in early summer. Fertile, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-7) 3m x 2.5m.£9.953.00
Philadelphus ‘Frosty Morn’  3LtA compact variety bearing abundant clusters of double, pure white, highly fragrant flowers; May July. Rich green, ovate leaves. Versatile, hardy shrub for any reasonable, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 1.2m Origin: USA£10.505.00
Philadelphus ‘Manteau d’Hermine’  (AGM)  3LtDense shrub the twiggy stems laden with vanilla-scented, double, creamy-white flowers. Well clothed in small, fresh-green leaves. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 90x90cms.£10.955.00
Philadelphus ‘Minnesota Snowflake’  3LtRounded shrub with arching branches massed with very fragrant, double, white flowers; June-July. Any reasonable soil, including chalky, in sun or part shade. 1.5×1.5m.£10.752.00
Philadelphus ‘Mrs E.L. Robinson’Mock Orange 3LtLong established, popular variety forming a medium size shrub well covered in fragrant, pure white, single or semi double flowers (to 3cm) with a boss of lemon  stamens; early summer. Versatile, hardy shrub for any reasonabley fertile soil in sun or part shade. 1.5m£10.302.00
Philadelphus purpurascensMock Orange 3LtBeautiful medium sized deciduous shrub with horizontal to arching branches having scented white flowers held in persistent purple calyces;- summer. Initially slow but worth the effort. Retentive, well drained soil in sun. (7-8) 2.0×2.5mtrs.£10.951.00
Philadelphus ‘Starbright’Hydrangaeceae 3LtWell covered in larger than normal, very fragrant, cup shaped, single white flowers with a boss of yellow stamens & a contrasting purple calyx; May -June. Dark stems and fresh green, ovate leaves provide an effective contrast. Any reasonably drained yet retentive, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 2.5 x 2.0m.£10.251.00
Philadelphus ‘Virginal’  (AGM)  3LtLarge, deciduous shrub the strong, upright, well branched stems clothed in heads of very fragrant, semi-double, pure white flowers; June-July. Easy shrub for any reasonable soil / aspect. To: 3.0m x 1.5m.£10.754.00
Phillyrea angustifolia  3LtA compact, rounded, medium-size, evergreen, olive-like shrub heavily clothed in narrow, glabrous, dark green leaves. Clusters of small, fragrant, creamy-yellow flowers held in the leaf axils; late spring. Any fertile soil in sun or part shade – prefers a site protected from frost winds. To: 2mx2m.£11.506.00
Phillyrea angustifolia rosm. ‘French Fries’Oleaceae 2LtCollected by Mark Fillan in S.France, this is probably the true rosmarinifolia. rather open, whippy evergreen shrub with red flushed stems with dainty, needle like glaucous leaves. Clusters of scented cream flowers along the stems in May & June. Very drought tolerant. Light, rather poor soil in sun. (5-6) 3.0×2.5mtrs.£10.504.00
Phillyrea latifolia  3LtAn elegant, evergreen, olive-like, large shrub or small tree the branches bowed by the weight of luxuriant, small, elliptic, glossy, dark green leaves. Clusters of small, fragrant, white-green flowers held in the leaf axils; late spring. All fertile soils in sun or part shade – prefers a sheltered site. To: 9mx9m.£13.503.00
Phlomis anatolica ‘Lloyd’s Variety’  3LtReliable, small evergreen for a sheltered, gritty, free draining position in full sun.  Silver leaves are heavily felted in a white  wool. Whorls of hooded, deep yellow flowers  in calyces all summer. 60x60cm.£10.251.00
Phlomis fruticosa  (AGM)Jerusalem Sage 3LtSemi-shrubby perennial with thick, hairy sage-like grey-green leaves &  whorls of deep yellow flowers in the leaf axils. Well drained soil in sun. 90x60cm. Flowers:May-July.£10.304.00
Phormium ‘Alison Blackman’New Zealand Flax 3LtA lovely variety with fans of upright, evergreen, chocolate-brown, leathery leaves with a broad creamy-white margin. Ideal feature plant for borders or pots. Fertile, retentive yet drained soil in sun or part shade. Bred by the New Zealand national collection holder.£14.252.00
Phormium ‘Chocomint’New Zealand Flax 3LtSmaller form of this popular evergreen with broad, sword like chocolate-brown leaves with a wide, mint-green margin. Ideal as a centrepiece in pots. Will flower when mature. Best in a sheltered, well drained spot in sun or part shade. 1.0×1.0mtrs.£14.251.00
Phormium cookianum hookeri ‘Tricolor’ (AGM)New Zealand Flax 3LtBold, clump forming perennial the lance shaped, evergreen, bright green leaves conspicuously margined creamy yellow & red. Striking architectural plant best given winter protection – preferably under cover. Any reasonably drained soil in sun. Ht: 90cms.£14.955.00
Phormium ‘Maori Maiden’New Zealand Flax 3Lt(syn.P.’Rainbow Maiden’) A bold, imposing    evergreen with fans of sword-like leaves almost entirely apricot-red with striping & edging of dark green-bronze. Excellent structure plant for well drained, sunny position. May need winter protection. 90x90cms.£14.954.00
Photinia davidiana – dwarf form  3Lt(syn Stranvaesia d.) A more compact form of this versatile hardy, evergreen shrub.The elliptic, rich green leaves sometime turning red in autumn. White hawthorn-like flowers are followed by red fruits. Ordinary soil in sun or part shade. 1.5m£17.955.00
Photinia x fraseri ‘Louise’  3LtFound in Scotland, this medium sized evergreen is a sport of the popular ‘Red Robin’. Grey flushed deep green leaves with a broad irregular cream margin. When growing quickly the new growth is a rich plum-pink. Sparse flowering. easy in sun or shade colouring best in sun. 2.0×2.0mtrs.£12.352.00
Photinia x fraseri ‘Red Robin’  (AGM)  3LtA spectacular evergreen raised in New Zealand. The glossy leaves are brilliant red when young maturing to green. Prune hard to induce new colour during summer. Becomes vigorous with age. Small clusters of white flowers in spring followed by red berries. Sun or part shade in ordinary soil. 2.5×2.0m£10.7039.00
Photinia x fraseri ‘Red Select’  3LtA improved form of the popular ‘Red Robin’ having more intense, bright red, glossy young leaves. Heads of white flushed pink flowers in May-June. Evergreen,, open bushy shrub with leathery, ovate, rich green glossy leaves when mature. Any reasonable soil in sun or parts shade. 1.8m.£10.9510.00
Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Red Baron’Ninebark 3LtBushy, strong growing , medium sized deciduous shrub with maple like, rich purple-red leaves, held on purple-red stems. Domed heads of pinky-white flowers during June & July followed by red-black fruit. Can be pruned hard. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or shade, colouring best in sun. (6-7) 2.0×1.7mtrs.£9.251.00
Pittosporum bicolor  3LtFrom wetland forests of SE Australia this can grow into a large evergreen shrub with distinct leathery, sabre like, rich green leaves with rolled edges and felted beneath. Clusters of small, very fragrant, bell shaped, cream flushed maroon flowers with recurving lips; summer. Prefers a sunny site in reasonably drained, fertile soil.£15.951.00
Pittosporum daphniphylloidesPittosporum 3LtRemarkable large evergreen shrub from W.China with very large dark green leaves, 20cm long. Terminal clusters of sweetly scented cream flowers;- April to July & red fruit. Shelter of a warm wall in sun.  (4-7) 4.0×3.0mtrs.£17.951.00
Pittosporum eugenioides )  3LtLarge, evergreen shrub or small tree the dark twings clothed in ovate, pleasantly aromatic, glossy, undulated green leaves. Terminal clusters of honey scented, pale yellow flowers; spring. New Zealand species for a reasonably drained, fertile soil in a not too exposed position.£11.159.00
Pittosporum omeiense  3LtA collection by Harry van de Lar on Emei Shan, Sichuan, China. This evergreen shrub has dark shiny green oblanceolate foliage clustered towards the ends of the branchlets. Terminal clusters of sweetly scented yellow flowers are seen in summer. Needs a warm, sheltered garden in sun. (6-8) 3.0×2.5mtrs.£14.951.00
Pittosporum tenuifolium ‘Croxton’  3LtUpright evergreen shrub well clothed in elliptic, slightly wavy edged, glossy, mid green leaves held on twiggy, black stems. Small, fragrant, brownish flowers in spring. Subtle, elegant, medium size shrub for a sunny, reasonably drained & sheltered position in sun. 1.5m+£10.954.00
Pittosporum tenuifolium ‘French Lace’  3LtCompact, rounded, evergreen shrub well covered in small, pale green leaves maturing to dark green. Leaves have an unusual wavy edge giving a shimmering effect. Small, honey-scented, black-red flowers; late spring. Fertile soil in a sheltered site.£10.955.00
Pittosporum tenuifolium ‘Golden Ball’  3LtNaturally rounded variety the glossy, evergreen leaves variegated, golden-yellow when young contrasting with older yellow-green leaves. Small, purple flowers in May and June which smell of honey. With its natural globular shape, and suitability for topiary & possible alternative to Buxus balls. Reasonably drained. fertile soil in sun. 1.0m£11.255.00
Pittosporum tenuifolium ‘Golf Ball’  3LtA dense, compact form growing naturally into a rounded ball of glossy, elliptic, fresh mint-green, evergreen leaves. Small, chocolate purple flowers in late spring into summer. Excellent feature shrub for a reasonably drained, fertile soil in a sheltered sunny / part shaded position. 80x80cms.£11.151.00
Pittosporum tenuifolium ‘Green Thumb’  3LtDwarf, rounded, evergreen shrub clothed in small, ovate, glossy, mid-green leaves – flushed and spotted purple when young. Small, fragrant flowers in spring. Requires a well drained, sheltered site in sun.£10.958.00
Pittosporum tenuifolium ‘Irene Paternson’  (AGM)  3LtAttractive, slow growing evergreen with creamy-white leaves pnk tinged in winter. Small, chocolate, honey-scented flowers in spring. Fertile, reasonably drained, sheltered site in sun or part shade. 2.0×1.3m.£11.253.00
Pittosporum tenuifolium ‘Pompom’  3LtSmall, rounded evergreen shrub with narrowly elliptic, pale-green leaves on dark stems, paler on the new growth. Small, tubular chocolate purple sweetly scented flowers in the leaf axils in late spring. Sheltered, well drained spot in sun. (5-6) 85x100cm.£11.253.00
Pittosporum tenuifolium ‘Silver Ball’  3LtSmall, evergreen shrub  of tidy, ball shaped habit. Rounded, shimmering, glossy, silver-green leaves. Clusters of small. fragrant flowers. Prefers a reasonably drained, fertile soil in sun or part shade. Suitable for container growing or borders. To: 60x60cms.£10.955.00
Pittosporum tenuifolium ‘Silver Magic’  3LtVery attractive, ‘airy’ variety with slender, erect stems & small, evergreen, mid-green leaves margined cream & silver – the leaves are pink flushed in winter. Clusters of small flowers. Reasonably drained soil sheltered from cold winds in sun. Ht: 2.0m.£11.256.00
Pittosporum tenuifolium ‘Silver Queen’  (AGM)  3LtNeat, handsome specimen shrub with silver-grey evergreen leaves margined white. Small honey-scented flowers in spring. protected, well drained site. 2.0m£11.254.00
Pittosporum tenuifolium ‘Silver Sheen’Pittosporum 3LtAn elegant, upright shrub the thin, wafting, jet black stems well covered  in small, ovate , glossy, silver green, evergreen leaves. Small, purple-black, insignificant flowers in late spring. Makes a fine specimen ‘highlight’ shrub in the bordr anor large container (with pruning). For a reasonably sheltered, sunny site in fertile soil. 3m+£11.2514.00
Pittosporum tenuifolium ‘Variegatum’Kohuhu 3LtAttractive evergreen shrub well covered with ovate, wavy-edged, moss green leaves irregularly edged cream held on black-purple stems. Small, black-red, honey scented flowers late spring. Fertile, moist yet drained soil sheltered from cold winds – best colour in sun. Ht: 1.5m+.£11.256.00
Pittosporum tenuifolium ‘Victoria’  3LtMedium-large, bushy, evergreen shrub well clothed in small, oval, soft lime-green leaves with irregular cream-green edges; leaves mature to softer tones. Small, fragrant, black-red flowers. Fertile soil in a sheltered site in sun or part shade.£10.957.00
Pittosporum tobira ‘Nanum’  3LtA very slow growing, evergreen, bushy-headed, small shrub. Oblong, glossy, dark green leaves are produced in whorls. Fragrant star-shaped white flowers in late spring. Very drought resistant. Well drained soil in sun or part shade. 1.2 x 1.2m£11.501.00
Platycrater arguta ex Ingo Germany  3LtDainty little deciduous woodland shrub from Japan & China. Long, slim willow leaves on arching stems. Clusters of white flowers with a boss of yellow stamens throughout summer. Best in a retentive soil in part shade. (6-8) 1.0×1.0mtrs.- ex Ingo, Germany£12.954.00
Poliothyrsis sinensis (AGM)  3LtBeautiful, deciduous, very rare shrub with red stalked, slender pointed leaves. Large, pyramidal panicles of creamy-yellow flowers open from white buds;- July & August. Flowers best in hot summers. Introduced by wilson from China in 1908. Fertile soil in sun. 5m.£29.952.00
Potentilla fruticosa ‘Abbotswood Silver’  3LtSmall, bushy shrub the small leaves variably silver-edged. Clusters of buttercup-like, white flowers over a long period from May on; very free. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 90x90cms. Flowers: May-October.£10.7515.00
Potentilla fruticosa ‘Goldfinger’  3LtVery bushy, compact deciduous shrub well covered in golden-yellow, buttercup-like flowers over a long period from June on. Small, neat, green foliage. Trim all over in early April to maintain a good shape. Easy for any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. To: 75x75cms.£10.251.00
Potentilla fruticosa ‘Grace Darling’  3LtCompact, bushy shrub massed with large, buttercup-like, pale pink flowers against attractive feathery grey-green foliage over a long period from June on. Trim all over in early April. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 90x120cms.£10.503.00
Potentilla fruticosa ‘Katherine Dykes’  3LtEasy, popular shrub massed with primrose-yellow flowers, like small single roses, from May to September. Trim 15cms. all over in early April. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 1.5×1.5m.£10.7516.00
Potentilla fruticosa ‘Pink Beauty’ (AGM)Cinquefoil 3LtSmall, compact, bushy deciduous shrub with very small, glossy green leaves. Clear pink flowers over a very long season from May to August. Clip in spring to encourage new growth. Any soil in sun. (5-8) 40x80cm.£10.252.00
Potentilla fruticosa ‘Primrose Beauty’  (AGM)  3LtCompact, bushy shrub massed with large, buttercup-like, primrose-yellow flowers against attractive feathery grey-green foliage over a long period from June on. Trim all over in early April. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 90x120cms.£10.255.00
Potentilla fruticosa ‘Tangerine’  3LtEasy, adaptable, wide spreading, bushy shrub with small leaves massed with striking coppery-yellow single flowers from June-October. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade (where colour holds best).        60x120cms. (June-October)£10.253.00
Potentilla fruticosa ‘Tangerine’  2Lt£10.254.00
Prunus ilicifolia lyoniiCatalina cherry 3LtEvergreen large shrub or small tree with holly like finely toothed, leathery, glossy, dark green leaves. Candle like heads of fragrant white flowers in summer followed by cherry-like, dark red fruit maturing to .black. Attractive to bees etc. Native to Californian region, USA requires a sheltered sunny site – may need winter protection..£14.953.00
Prunus laurocerasus ‘Zabeliana’  3LtLow, spreading, ground covering, tough evergreen with long, narrow, willow like, rich green leaves. ‘Candles’ of fragrant, white flowers in spring – very free flowering. Highly adaptable, ground coverer for almost any situation in a reasonably fertile soil. 45x150cms.. £9.252.00
Prunus ‘The Bride’ (AGM)Flowering Cherry 4LtA highly sought after, slow growing medium shrub, possibly a small tree, always scarce as it is very difficult to propagate. the bare stems are wreathed in very large, single white flowers with contrasting red stamens during February & March. Rich bronze autumn colour. Easy in any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. (2-4) 4.0×2.5mtrs.£23.955.00
Pseudopanax  ‘Adiantifolius’  3LtVery dark green, lustrous, unusually shaped, 3 lobed tough leathery leaves give the plant an overall tropical appearance but is surprisingly tough. A slow growing evergreen shrub from New Zealand. Needs a very sheltered spot in a sunny, well drained spot. 2.0×2.0mtrs.£17.954.00
Pseudopanax crassifolius trifoliolatusAraliaceae 2LtRather strange & unusual evergreen shrub with stout stems & very fine, trifoliate, dark olive green leaves with a white central mid-rib held sparsely on ochre stems. Insignificant flowers. Rarely seen in cultivation, needing a very sheltered spot.
Pterostyrax hispida (AGM)Epaulettte Tree 4LtLarge, deciduous shrub or small tree with oval, bristly leaves. Long (to 30cms), hanging panicles of fragrant white flowers in midsummer followed by winged, spindle-like fruits. Rich, fertile, deep soil.£12.951.00
Pterostyrax psilophyllus levellei  5LtSmall, deciduous tree from China with very distinct, oval green leaves with three forward pointing lobes. Hanging clusters of white, narrow petalled, almost pompom like flowers in branched heads during mid to late summer. Retentive, neutral to acid soil in light shade. (6-8) 8.0×6.0mtrs.£25.958.00
Quillaja sapaonariaSoap bark tree 3LtThis very rare evergreen tree has smooth, leathery, ovate leaves to c. 4cm & dense coryms of white flowers in summer. The inner bark has long been used by the Andeans as a soap substitute & medicinal uses & extracts are widely used in cosmetics etc. From high altitude central Chile it needs a very well drained soil in sun. Hardy to -12c.£12.955.00
Rhamnus alaternus ‘Argenteovariegata’ (AGM)Italian Buckthorn 3LtAn excellent, evergreen, fast-growing, large shrub the glossy, green leaves marbled grey with a creamy-white margin. Clusters of small yellowish-green flowers April then red-black fruit. Requires a sheltered site in any reasonable soil in full sun.£11.758.00
Rhaphithamnus spinosus  3LtBeautiful, medium sized, evergreen shrub for a warm, sunny wall. Myrtle-like, glossy, toothed leaves with clusters of small, tubular, soft blue flowers in April, followed by deep-blue berries. Rare Chilean native, worth a try.  2.5×2.5m.£10.952.00
Rhodoleia henryiHong Kong Rose 3LtA beautiful, rarely available, rhododendron like shrub bearing numerous drooping clusters of bell-shaped, vibrant rose-pink flowers in spring. spring. Large, leathery, glossy, evergreen leaves glaucous beneath. Fertile, acid soil in dappled shade. May requires winter protection. 3m China.£24.953.00
Rhus trilobataSkunk bush 3LtA medium size, rounded, deciduous shrub from central & SE USA with aromatic, dark green, glossy leaves divided into 3 oval, scalloped leaflets with good autumn colour. Yellow catkins in spring the edible, sticky red fruit. Reasonably drained soil in sun. Leaves may cause irritation. 1.8m£14.952.00
Rhus typhina (AGM)Stag’s Horn Sumach 3LtSparsely-branched large shrub or small tree. Open reddish-brown stems topped with dense spikes of crimson fruit on female plants in autumn. Large, pinnate leaves with good autumn colour. Best in light soil in sun or part shade. 3.0×3.0m+.£11.252.00
Rhus typhina ‘Dissecta’ (AGM)Stags Horn 3LtA striking large shrub  the angular, spreading growth and palmate, deeply cut, ferny, light green foliage giving a ‘tropical’ feel to the appearance. Leaves turn a fiery red, yellow & orange in autumn. Upright cones of red seed heads often persist until winter. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. Can be grown in large containers or borders. To: 3.0×3.0m.£11.251.00
Rhus typhina dissecta `Tiger Eyes’Cutleaf Staghorn Sumach 3LtBushy, compact form the delicate, finely cut, drooping leaves initially emerging green, quickly turning butter yellow through summer, held on purple-pink stems. Spectacular autumnal colour. One of the best foliage plants for a well drained spot. To: 2x2m.£15.251.00
Ribes laurifoliumLaurel-leaved Currant 3LtExcellent, dwarf, evergreen freely bearing drooping clusters of palest creamy-green flowers; late winter to early spring. Large, smooth, leathery, dull-green leaves. Fruit edible. Fertile, well drained soil in a sheltered, sunny site. 1.0×1.5m.£9.957.00
Ribes odoratumBuffalo Curant 3Ltsyn. R.aureum. Erect shrub bearing pendent clusters, to 2cm long, of tubular, fragrant, yellow flowers; mid-late spring. Small, rounded black fruit. 3-5 lobed, toothed, bright green leaves. Leaves have good autumn colour. Any reasonable, drained soil in sun or shade. To: 2.0×2.0m.£10.502.00
Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Miss Jessop’s Upright’ (AGM)Rosemary 2LtVery aromatic, bushy, evergreen shrub of stiff, upright habit & narrow dark green leaves with white undersides. Small, blue hooded flowers in May. Leaves are used for flavouring. Well drained soil in a sunny position. 1.8×1.2m (5)£9.957.00
Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Miss Jessop’s Upright’ (AGM)Rosemary1.5lt£5.252.00
Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Roman Beauty’Rosemary 3LtLow, spreading form, not prostrate but a good edger. Low, spreading woody stems with needle like, aromatic, dark green leaves. Whorls of hooded, bright violet-blue flowers during spring. Has many culinary uses. Light, free draining soil in sun. (3-5) 40x75cm.£10.701.00
Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Roman Beauty’Rosemary 2Lt£9.951.00
Rosmarinus officinalis ‘Roseus’Rosemary 2LtA good compact, evergreen shrub with narrow, silver-grey linear leaves white felted beneath. Clusters of lilac-pink flowers from March to May on the previous year’s growth. Clip regularly. Well drained sunny site. 75cms.£9.953.00
Rubus formosensis B&SWJ1798  3LtAlmost scrambling evergreen shrub with alternate, handsome, rough textured dark-green leaves, two toned with silver-blue margins. Solitary, small white flowers in summer are followed by orange fruit which ripen red. Even dry shade. (6-7) 1.6×1.6mtrs.
coll;- Taipingshan, N.W.China.
Ruscus colchicusButcher’ Broom 2LtA rare, evergreen small, sub shrub with elliptic, glossy leaves (actually flattened stems) to 13cm long. Small green flowers in the axil of the true leaves followed by red berries. ‘Colchicum’ from it’s origin around the Black Sea port of Colchis. Slow spreader via rhizomes for moist, woodland conditions. 45cms.£24.956.00
Salix acutifolia ‘Blue Streak’Willow 5Lt(syn.S.daphnoides ‘Blue Streak’) A large deciduous shrub with purple, vividly white-bloomed stems looking especially good in winter. Narrow, dark green leaves. Slender silvery catkins to 5cm in length, with yellow anthers in early spring. Can be pruned hard to maintain shape. Any reasonable retentive soil in sun or  shade.£14.951.00
Salix integra ‘Hakuro-nishiki’Willow ‘Albomaculata’ 3LtSmall deciduous shrub, grafted on to a standard, forming a small round headed tree ideal for the smaller garden. Slender, bright red stems clothed in narrow, lance-shaped bright-green leaves, irregularly splashed white with shrimp pink new growth. Slender catkins in April. Moist soil in sun. 2.5×1.5mtrs.£10.251.00
Salix moupinensisWillow 4Lt(Clone TH ex Vietnam)  An attractive, large, deciduous shrub the large (to 12cm) oblong, glossy leaves green above with yellow-green underside. Young shoots glossy & green maturing to red brown.Red buds add winter interest. Catkins in spring. Any retentive soil in sun or shade. 2x2m+. Wilson, China, 1910£9.954.00
Salix serpyllifoliaThyme leaved Willow 2LtA tiny, woody stemmed, slowly creeping deciduous willow with mats of very small, thyme like, glossy, dark-green leaves, grey on the reverse & turning yellow during autumn. Tiny cream catkins are held amongst the leaves from May to August, Retentive soil on a rockery is best. (5-8) 5x30cm.£5.951.00
Sambucus nigra nigra ‘Golden Tower’Black Elder 3LtA great feature plant this elderberry forms an upright tower-like shrub well clothed in ferny, golden yellow leaves all summer. Heads of fragrant, creamy-white flowers  followed by succulent berries – much loved by birds. reasonably drained, fertile soil in sun. 2m+£11.256.00
Sambucus nigra porphyrophylla ‘Black Lace’ (AGM)Black Leaf Elder 3LtVigorous, deciduous shrub with large, deeply cut, fern like, lacy dark purple leaves held on black burnished stems. Flattened heads of pale pink flowers in summer age deep pink. Will colour best with some sun but tolerates shade. (6-7) 2.5×2.5m£11.256.00
Sambucus racemosa ‘Sutherland Gold’ (AGM)Golden Cut-leaf Elder 3LtA medium sized deciduous shrub of upright habit with large, finely-cut, rich-golden foliage. Conical heads of white flowers, April, followed by red berries in autumn. Less likely to scorch in sun than ‘Plumosa Aurea’. Ordinary soil  in sun or part shade. 2.5×2.0m. April.£11.254.00
Santolina pinnata neapolitana (AGM)Cotton Lavender 3LtHighly aromatic, small shrub forming a dense, rounded mound of soft stems lined with small grey-green leaves. Button heads of bright yellow flowers; midsummer. Ground coverer for the front of border, gravel areas etc. Best in poor, well drained soil in sun.£10.256.00
Santolina rosmarinifoliaCotton Lavender 3Lt £9.757.00
Sarcococca confusa (AGM)Christmas Box 3LtA lovely hardy, evergreen shrub with elliptic, pointed, glossy, dark green leaves and a dense, spreading habit. Clusters of very fragrant, feathery, white flowers during late winter & early spring followed by black berries. Part or full shade in fertile soil. 1.2x1m.£9.951.00
Sarcococca hookeriana digyna ‘Purple Stem’Christmas or Sweet Box 3LtSlow-growing, medium-size, thicket-forming shrub with slender, tapered, evergreen leaves. Clusters of highly fragrant, small, white flowers in winter followed by blue-black fruit. Humus-rich, moist yet drained, soil in full or part shade – avoid cold, windy sites. 90cms.£10.251.00
Sarcococca orientalisChinese or Christams Box 2LtIntroduced to the UK in 1980 by Roy Lancaster this small evergreen has oval, taper pointed smooth green leaves. The flowers are just pink-red tinged anthers in small tufts in winter. Excellent ground cover for rich soil in part shade. 90x90cm.£10.301.00
Schefflera delavayi  2LtSaid to be one of the hardiest & attractive this Chinese species has very large mature leaves, rich green, glossy, usually lobed and held in ‘heads’ of 5. Amazing long, terminal panicles of white flowers in summer. Slow growing large shrub for a sheltered spot in a fertile soil  in part shade.£45.001.00
Schefflera rhododendrifoliaUmbrella Tree 2LtStout cane like stems with whorls of long, narrow, finger like lobed leathery dark green leaves. Insignificant flowers followed by showy black berries. Can form a 10mtr tree in the wilds of Nepal but bushy here. Hardy in sheltered gardens or cold greenhouse in winter.£35.005.00
Schefflera taiwaniana (AGM) 20-30cms  2LtFrom higher altitudes in Taiwan, forming an exotic looking large shrub with beautiful, digitate, evergreen foliage, consisting of dark, glossy green leaflets. The new growth is covered in pale silky hairs. For a sheltered, not too hot position in sun or semi-shade. One of the better ones for the UK climate.£30.0013.00
Schefflera taiwaniana (AGM) 45-60cms  2Lt£45.002.00
Skimmia japonica ‘Nymans’ (AGM)  3Lt(Female) Slow-growing, character shrub with leathery, evergreen foliage. Sweetly scented panicles of cream flowers in spring then clusters of red berries if pollinated. Humus rich, moist yet drained soil in dappled shade. Ideal for containers. 1.0×1.0m.£10.254.00
Sophora ‘Sun King’ (AGM)  3Lt £15.753.00
Sorbus wattiiMountain Ash 4Lt(S. wallichii) From high mountain region of Nagaland, NE India this large shrub, small tree has very rich green, pinnate leaves, pale green-white beneath. Brilliant orange & red in autumn. Heads of fragrant white flowers in spring – probably red fruit. Reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. 3m+. Kingdom Ward in 1955.£27.952.00
Spiraea japonica ‘Anthony Waterer’ (AGM)  3LtLarge, flat clusters of small carmine flowers over a long period. Dense, bushy plant of upright habit. Deep fertile soil, sunny situation. 90x90cms. Flowers: July-September£10.253.00
Spiraea japonica ‘Genpei’ (AGM)Japanese Spiraea 3Ltsyn.S.j.Shirobana. Easy to grow, compact, mound-forming, deciduous shrub with small, fresh-green foliage. Heads of white mixed with pink flowers over a long period in summer. Any reasonably drained, fertile soil in sun or part shade. 75x75cms£9.253.00
Spiraea japonica ‘Goldflame’ (AGM)  3LtEasy small, bushy deciduous shrub especially attractive in spring when the young leaves are a striking reddish-orange maturing through yellow to green. Flat heads of red flowers. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 80x80cms. (7-8)£10.504.00
Stephanandra incisa ‘Crispa’  3LtA small, graceful shrub the slender, arching, zig-zag stems making a dense mound. Fresh-green,  heavily toothed and crinkled leaves. Crowded panicles of small white-green flowers. Excellent ground cover for sun or part shade. 60x80cms. Flowers: June.£9.251.00
Stewartia monadelphaStewartia 3Lt(S.sericea) A broadly columnar, conical deciduous tree or v large, multi-stemmed shrub from Japan bearing creamy- white, camellia like flowers and violet purple anthers in summer. Attractive peeling grey,red and brown bark. Glossy green leaves change to excellent autumn colours of red, purple and yellow. Fertile neutral to acid soil. 8m+£24.953.00
Styrax americanus – Kankakee formAmerican snowbell 4LtMedium size shrub native to damp area of SE USA the slender branches forming a wide, open crown.. Abundant clusters of white, fragrant,  bell shaped flowers with reflexed petals; early summer. Ovate, glossy, fresh green leaves. Lime free, humus rich, damp soil in sun or part shade.£29.951.00
Styrax japonicus ‘Pendulus’Styrax 3LtMedium shrub or very small tree with stiffly weeping branches. The undersides of the branches are covered in small, bell like white flowers with a yellow beak during midsummer. Stunning & choice shrub for a sheltered spot in a moist, acid soil. (7-8) 3.0×2.5mtrs£24.953.00
Styrax japonicus ‘Sohuksan’Japanese Snowbell 3LtA medium, broadly conical, deciduous tree from Japan with spreading stems clothed in veined, turning rich yellow during autumn. Hanging clusters of fragrant, bell-shaped white flowers adorn the undersides of the branches during summer. Retentive, neutral to acid soil with some shade. 7.0×4.5mtrs. (6-8) Seedling grown£24.954.00
Styrax japonicus ‘Wespelaar’Japanese Snowbell 5LtNew selection from the Wespelaar Arboretum, Belgium having distinctly wider leaves than the species. Large shrub / small tree the fan like branches festooned with clusters of pendulous, bell shaped, white to pale pink flowers; June. Glossy, green leaves maturing to dusky purple. Retentive, lime free soil in sun or part shade. 4m+£29.954.00
Styrax shiraianusJapanese Snowbell 3LtRelatively unknown in cultivation this delightful Japanese species carries short racemes of funnel shaped, white flowers in June. Rounded, toothed, green leaves. Makes a large shrub or small tree for a well sheltered site in a neutral to acid, retentive soil in sun or part shade.£24.954.00
Styrax wuyuanensisSnowbelle 3LtA mid-sized deciduous shrub with elliptic, papery bright green leaves that are slightly serrated at the tips. Pendent, bell like, white flowers, singly or in small clusters in late spring and early summer followed by round, hairy seed pods. For a neutral to acid, humus rich, retentive soil in sun or part shade. 2m+ Rare in cultivation. Mountain forested areas of Wuyuan, China.£30.002.00
Syringa tomentella  3LtMedium sized deciduous shrub from S.W China of upright habit. Oval leaves with yellow autumn colour. Well branched spikes of rich pink, narrowly tubular flowers during May & June with a pleasing scent. easily grown in any reasonable soil in sun or light shade. (5-6) 3.0×2.0mtrs.£14.953.00
Syringa vulgaris ‘Andenken an Ludwig Spath’ (AGM)Lilac 3Ltsyn.’Souvenir de Louis Spaeth’. Slender spikes of deep wine red flowers, during May & June. They have a very sweet scent. Strong growing deciduous shrub with smooth green, heart-shaped leaves. Ideally suited to local soils. Sun or light shade. (5-6) 3.0×2.5mtrs.£10.951.00
Syringa vulgaris ‘Katherine Havemeyer’ (AGM)Lilac 3LtDense, broad, compact, upright heads of deep purple-lavender flowers with a wonderful scent; late May. Superb variety of erect, strong growth. Well suited to local soils. Best in a sunny position. 1.8×1.5m.£10.954.00
Syringa vulgaris ‘Krasavitsa Moskvy’ (AGM)Lilac 3Lt(Syn.’ Beauty of Moscow’). Medium large, multi stemmed shrub well covered in large pyramidal panicles of highly fragrant, pearly- white, double flowers from softest pink buds; early to mid May. Flowers over longer period than most in this group. Any reasonable, fertile, moist yet drained soil in sun or paart shade. To: 3m.£10.502.00
Syringa vulgaris ‘Madame Lemoine’ (AGM)Lilac 3LtLarge, upright, deciduous shrub the woody, well branched stems topped with conical heads of very fragrant, pure white blooms; May. Ovate, mid green, glossy foliage. Well suited to chalky, loam clay soils. Thrives in sun or part shade. To: 2.5×1.5m+.£10.751.00
Syringa vulgaris ‘Nadezhda’English Lilac 3LtUpright deciduous shrub, the name translating into ‘Hope’ from Russian. Erect panicles of double, lilac-blue flowers, emerging from purple buds, during May & June. Easily grown in retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (5-6) 2.5×2.0mtrs.£10.952.00
Syringa yunnanensisYunnan lilac 3LtA beautiful species from Yunnan, China bearing slender panicles of highly fragrant lilac-pink blooms from pink buds; June. A tall shrub of open habit the elliptic green leaves glaucous beneath. Any reasonably fertile, free draining soil in sun or part shade. Int: Forrest 1907£14.952.00
Tamarix ramosissima ‘Pink Cascade’  3LtAn excellent large shrub or small tree for windy exposed sites. The long arching branches are clothed in an airy froth of soft-pink flowers which mingle amongst the tiny heath-like leaves over a long period.   Any reasonaly drained soil in a sunny site. 3x2m. (May & June)£10.255.00
Tamarix ramosissima ‘Pink Cascade’ 10Lt£54.951.00
Tamarix tetrandra (AGM)  3LtFlws:Pink racemes May on prev.years wood\nHt.12-15ft.Spread 7-8ft.Fast grwg.Decid.\nWell drained,sunny pos.Avoid wet clays£10.251.00
Trochodendron aralioides  3LtSlow growing, large spreading evergreen shrub with glossy, dark green leaves. Long racemes of petalless bright green ‘flowers’ with numerous stamens; May-June. Fertile, neutral to slightly acid soil in sun or dappled shade sheltered from cold wind. To: 10x8m.£19.951.00
Ugni molinaeChilean Guava 3Lt(syn Myrtus ugni) Upright, evergreen shrub the nodding, fragrant, bowl-shaped, pink tinged white flowers produced in the leaf axils; late spring. Elliptic, glossy, dark green leaves to 3.5cms. Fertile, retentive yet drained soil in sun protected from cold wind. 1.5m.£10.255.00
Ugni molinae ‘Villarica Strawberry’Chilian Guava 2Ltsyn. Myrtus. A selected clone bearing delicious aromatic, edible, dark red fruit in autumn preceded by bell-like, white pink flowers. Small, slow growing, rounded, evergreen shrub with small, elliptic, aromatic, leathery glossy leaves. Seems to be a hardier form. Sheltered, free draining spot in sun. 100x100cm.£12.953.00
Viburnum aff. calvum WWJ12012  3LtMedium size, evergreen, rounded shrub with large (to 15cm) elliptic, waxy, rich green, heavily ribbed leaves. Terminal clusters of white flower in spring followed by elliptic, waxy, black fruit. Collected China / Vietnam border in damp, rough grazing area. To: 1.0 x 1.0m ?£12.954.00
Viburnum betulifolium – Wilson’s formBirch Leaved Viburnum 3LtSelected from one of Wilson’s earliest introductions, this large, deciduous shrub has small heads of white flowers in May. At it’s best in autumn with long, hanging strings of orange-red fruit like a redcurrant. Quite outstanding. Rich soil in sun or shade. 4.0×3.0mtrs.£17.956.00
Viburnum casssinoidesWitherod 3LtFrom damp, woodland areas of NE USA & Canada this unusual, upright shrub has flat topped cymes of white flowers in June followed by impressive clusters of green, maturing through white, pink, rose to blue-black berries. Leaves bronze tinted maturing to green. Used medicinally by the Cherokee. Moist, neutral to acid soil in sun or shade. 2×1.5m.£12.954.00
Viburnum davidii (AGM)  3LtMakes dense, low mound of attractive, glossy, heavily veined evergreen leaves. Terminal clusters of small white flowers June then bright blue berries on female plants if cross pollinated by male forms. Any reasonable soil in part or full shade.£10.502.00
Viburnum davidii angustifolia  3LtSmall compact, evergreen shrub with spreading stems & long, narrow, leathery dark green leaves. Heads of white flowers in spring followed by metallic blue berries. Good ground cover for well drained soil in part or full shade, out of cold winds. 45x100cms.£10.951.00
Viburnum dentatum ‘Blue Muffin  3LtCompact, rounded, dense shrub with flat heads of creamy-white flowers in June followed by clusters of brilliant blue berries in the autumn. Largish, ovate, dark green, toothed, heavily veined leaves have good autumn colour. Impressive in small groups. For a fertile, moist yet drained soil in sun or part shade. 100x75cms.£10.954.00
Viburnum erubescens ‘Milke Danda’  3LtDelicate, hanging clusters (not usual in Viburnum) of small, tubular fragrant, white flowers tipped with pink, appear with the leaves in spring followed by small oval, red then black. A deciduous or semi-evergreen shrub with elliptic, serrated green leaves held on purplish stems. Leaves flushed bronze when young then red and purple in autumn. 3m From the Milke Danda, Nepal.£14.955.00
Viburnum harryanum  3LtUpright, bushy, evergreen shrub the rounded, dark green leaves often in whorls of three. Flattened heads composed on tiny, tubular white flowers in late spring; glossy black fruit. fertile, moist but well drained soil in sun or part shade. 3.0×2.5m.£13.501.00
Viburnum hoanglienenseViburnum 3LtCollected on Mt, Fansipan in Vietnam by the Wynn Jones’, this high altitude evergreen has widely spaced, rounded, softly hairy, dark-green, deeply veined leaves. Heads of greenish-white flowers in July, followed by prominent red fruits. Sheltered, fertile spot in sun or part shade. 1.5×1.5mtrs. (6-7)£14.953.00
Viburnum japonicumJapanese Viburnum 5LtJapanese evergreen species with leathery, alternate, rounded, glossy leaves. Flattened heads of small white tubular flowers in summer followed by bright red fruit. Never too dry soil in a sheltered spot out of cold winds in sun or shade. (6-8) 4.0×4.0m.£17.503.00
Viburnum nudum ‘Pink Beauty’Viburnum 3LtMedium sized, upright deciduous shrub with the large leathery leaves initially bronze, atking on excellent autumn colour. Flat heads of white flowers tinged pink in June, followed by red-pink fruit ageing black. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 3x2mt.£10.753.00
Viburnum plic. toment. ‘Kilimanjaro Sunrise”Wedding Cake Tree 3LtChoice form of this layered deciduous shrub as it has a very narrow, upright habit. Profuse heads of white lacecap flowers, maturing to a soft pink, along the stems in late summer & autumn. Beautiful red fruit & burgundy red autumn colour. Easy in any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 1.5×1.5mtrs+.£12.504.00
Viburnum plicatum tomentosum ‘Kilimanjaro’Wedding Cake Tree 3LtDistinct from other forms of this layered deciduous shrub as it has a very narrow, upright habit. The branches are still layered & carry the profuse heads of white lacecap like flowers all along the stems in late summer & autumn. Burgundy red autumn colour. Easy in any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. (7-9) 1.5×1.5mtrs.£10.951.00
Viburnum plicatum tomentosum ‘Lanarth’  3LtChoice large shrub with branches forming horizontal, tiered layers & massed with large flat heads of snow-white ‘lacecap’ flowers, Apr-May. Fresh-green, ribbed leaves turn maroon in autumn. Any reasonable soil,  inc. chalky, in sun or part shade.£10.503.00
Viburnum plicatum tomentosum ‘Mariesii’ (AGM)  3LtA superb feature shrub forming tiered layers of horizontal branches laden with large,rounded heads of lacecap flowers late spring. Dark green, ribbed leaves turn reddish purple in autumn. Any reasonable     soil in sun or part shade. 1.8×2.5m (Late May-June)£10.251.00
Viburnum plicatum tomentosum ‘Pink Beauty’ (AGM)Japanese Snowball Bush 3LtLarge, spreading, bushy shrub bearing heads (to 8cm) of lace-cap like, white flowers maturing to pink; summer. Heart-shaped, deeply veined, dark green leaves turning red-purple in autumn. Reasonably fertile, retentive yet drained soil in sun or part shade. To: 3x4m.£10.952.00
Viburnum propinquum propinquum Guiz 222  3LtA medium sized evergreen for a sheltered spot, large deep green foliage with a faded red petioles. white flowers is followed by dark berries. good for a sheltered site out of cold winds part shade 4mx4m £14.954.00
Viburnum sambucinum HWJ838  5LtStrong growing, large evergreen shrub with reddish-brown stems & white lenticels. Large, widely spaced, elliptic leaves with conspicuous veins. Very free flowering with small heads of white flowers, followed small, flattened red fruit. Retentive site out of cold winds. 3.0×3.0mtrs. (5-9)£14.952.00
Viburnum setigerumTea Viburnum 3LtMedium sized, spreading deciduous shrub with deeply veined leaves that have medicinal properties & were used for tea. Glaucous leaves have good autumn colour. Heads of white flowers during April, following by hanging strings of pink-red fruit. Best in some shade in a reasonable soil (4-5) 2.5×2.5mtrs.£14.955.00
Viburnum tinus ‘Eve Price’ (AGM)  3LtDense, bushy, upright evergreen massed in dark green, glossy leaves. Clusters of carmine buds opening to pale pink & white flowers over a long period. Blue berries may follow. Any reasonable soil including chalk  in sun or shade. 2.5×1.5m (December-March)£10.504.00
Viburnum tinus ‘French White’  3LtA strong-growing form of this popular shrub. Makes a medium-large, dense, rounded, evergreen bush massed with large heads of white flowers throughout the winter. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade.£10.952.00
Viburnum tinus ‘Gwenllian’ (AGM)  3LtLarge, rounded, bushy evergreen shrub massed with flat heads of blush-white flowers from  rich-pink buds, Dec-Mar. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. 3.0×3.0m£10.503.00
Viburnum x bodnantense ‘Charles Lamont’ (AGM)  3LtA selected form of this hybrid bearing dense clusters of very fragrant, tubular, bright pink flowers on the bare stems; late autumn to spring. Upright shrub with oblong, heavily veined leaves, bronze when young. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 2.5×2.5m.£10.956.00
Viburnum x bodnantense ‘Dawn’ (AGM)  3LtA large, erect, deciduous shrub with clusters of waxy,  sweetly scented soft-pink flowers on the bare stems over a long period throughout winter. Ribbed leaves have a reddish tinge in autumn. Fertile, not too dry soil in sun. 2.5 x 2.0m£10.502.00
Viburnum x burkwoodii  7.5ltRounded, evergreen shrub of open habit with glossy, dark green leaves. Terminal heads of fragrant, white, tubular flowers followed by flattened fruit, red turning to black. Moist, yet drained, soil in sun or part      shade. 2.5×2.5m. Flowers: Mid-late spring.£26.951.00
Viburnum x carlcephalum (AGM)  7.5ltBushy, rounded shrub bearing very large (to 15cms), fragrant, terminal heads of trumpet-shaped, white flowers from pink buds. Heart-shaped, dark green leaves. Fertile, moist, yet drained, soil in sun or part shade. 3.0×3.0m. Flowers: Late spring.£26.951.00
Vinca minorLesser Periwinkle 3LtLong, trailing shoots forming a mat of evergreen, shiny, dark green leaves. SINGLE, BLUE-MAUVE flowewrs over a long period; mid-spring to autumn. Good ground cover for any reasonable soil in sun or shade (flowers best in sun). 10-20cms x indefinite.£10.451.00
Vinca minor ‘Atropurpurea’ (AGM)  1LtFlws:Plum-purple,May onwds.Evergn. Ht 2-4ins. Spreading ground cover plant for any aspect,any soil£4.751.00
Vinca minor ‘Ralph Shugert’ (AGM)Lesser Periwinkle 3LtLow, mat forming evergreen, even for the driest & difficult of spots. Trailing stems with glossy, evergreen leaves regularly margined silver-white. During spring, into summer has rich-blue flowers in profusion. Ideal for covering banks. Any reasonable soil in sun or shade. (3-5) 20cm.£10.451.00
Vinca minor ‘Ralph Shugert’ (AGM)Lesser Periwinkle 1Lt£4.757.00
Weigela ‘Florida Variegata’ (AGM)  3LtEasy shrub with attractive creamy-yellow   variegated, fresh looking leaves all summer. Pale pink, scented, foxglove-like flowers.  Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade; not too dry. 1.5×1.2m (June)£10.301.00
Weigela ‘Moulin Rouge’Weigela 3LtVigorous yet compact deciduous shrub with the dark green leaves having an irregular gold margin & a fine red edge. Heavy clusters of soft red flowers during early to midsummer. Retentive, well drained soil in sun or part shade. (6-7) 2.4×2.2m.£10.252.00
Weigela ‘Picobella Rosa’  3LtA compact, bushy variety forming  a rounded, deciduous shrub to 60cm+ tall with oval, mid-green leaves. Clusters of bright red-pink, trumpet-shaped flowers, attractive to bees, are borne over a long period from late spring into autumn. Ideal for containers or border in a fertile, reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. 60cm+.£10.652.00
Weigela ‘Wings of Fire’  3LtGiving all summer interest this compact, well branched variety is clothed in funnel shaped, pink flowers in spring against a background of lush green, elliptic leaves.. By mid summer the leaves assume a bronze flush intensifying to a  glorious fiery red in autumn. Any reasonably drained soil in sun or part shade. 1.2×1.0m.£10.501.00
x Sycoparrotia semidecidua  3LtParrotia x Sycopsis. Medium sized, spreading, often evergreen shrub in mild winters. Dense clusters of filament like, orange & yellow flowers, opening from chocolate buds during mild spells throughout winter & early spring. Retentive, neutral to acid soil in sun or shade. (12-3) 3.0×4.0mtrs.£11.951.00
x Sycoparrotia semidecidua  5Lt£15.954.00
Yucca filamentosa (AGM)  3Ltsually stemless this shrub forms a crown of stiff, sword like, fleshy, evergreen leaves with white thready filaments along the margins. Stout stems to 2m+ tall topped with hanging, bell like, white flowers in late summer.Prefers a very free raining soilin sun.£10.955.00
Zanthoxylum simulansToothache Tree 4LtLarge shrub, or small tree, with large, pinnate, shiny green, aromatic leaves held on stout, spined branches. Small, green-yellow flowers, May-June, followed by small, reddish fruit. Any reasonable soil in sun or part shade. 2.8×2.0m.£12.855.00